Sharon Osbourne Plastic Surgery Sharon Osbourne, who is married to rock star Ozzy Osbourne, had previously fought colon cancer. She had a mastectomy on both breasts. Because she learned that she had a gene with a high probability of developing breast cancer. For this reason, the silicones she carried were taken with her breasts. Sharon Osbourne had also undergone multiple plastic surgeries in the past years and made a big change on her face. We can say she had the most of the surgery types; abdominoplasty, eyelift surgery, body lift, boob job… She also had mastectomy twice and has gone under knife to remove some of implants.

Who is Sharon Osbourne?

The celebrity Sharon Rachel Osbourne was born on October 9, 1952. Her family comes from London and she was also born there. After appearing in the MTV reality series, Sharon and her family attracted the media. She took place on the show with the Osbourne Family. She was more than just Miss Osbourne: She was caring mother for her children and charming wife for her husband. The show ended, she went on to lead the career of her daughter Kelly Osbourne and to judge the reality contest. Osbourne has been a panelist on a daytime talk show since 2010.

Sharon also made a deal with the MTV cable network for a reality drama featuring her family. Before filming on the show’s second season, Sharon Osbourne discovered she had colon cancer. Instead of canceling the show, but Sharon let the cameras film her treatment. She had said ‘’we do not film the show for children’’ and so proved it. Osbourne underwent surgery and eventually went into remission. Sharon Osbourne founded the Colon Cancer Foundation to help others. She knew how hard it was to fight that disease. Along with that, the show continued and Sharon received two Emmy Award nominations because she is the producer.

Plastic Surgery

Plastic surgery is a surgical intervention performed to eliminate the disorders in the face and various parts of the body. The full name of this branch is “Plastic Reconstructive and Aesthetic Surgery”. A physician specialized in this field is called a “plastic surgery specialist” or “plastic surgery specialist”. Many people think that the main goal in the plastic surgery is to “beautify” but this is not true. Plastic surgery also aims to cure patients with the treatment of diseases that can be considered vital in this area of surgical intervention. Plastic, the word has meanings such as “to shape”, “to fit into a mold”. Plastic surgery treatments are applied in almost every hospital and most health institutions. A large number of diseases and disorders are examined in the plastic surgery department, which tries to eliminate problems that affect the body image with various congenital or acquired shapes and function disorders.

Plastic surgery is a surgical specialty involved in both the improvement of the person’s appearance and the reconstruction of facial and body tissue defects. These defect are mostly caused by disease, trauma, or comes with birth. Plastic surgery can be broadly classified as reconstructive or aesthetic surgery, depending on whether it is performed primarily to restore function or change physical appearance. Reconstructive plastic surgery is a treatment used to heal dysfunctional body parts (related to a disorder in the functioning of a structure or organ). It is used primarily to restore function, although it can also change the individual’s appearance. For example, it can be used to reattach limbs severed by trauma.

Cosmetic plastic surgery procedures, techniques, and principles are entirely focused on improving the patient’s appearance. Main goals in plastic surgery are improving the aesthetic appeal, proportion and, symmetry of the area. Anesthetic surgery can be performed on the head, neck, and every part of the body.

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Advantages of Plastic Surgery

Plastic surgery methods are more than one: It is divided into many areas such as Rhinoplasty, Facelift surgery, Tummy lift, Liposuction, Blepharoplasty, Eyebrow lift surgery. All types of plastic surgery have their own advantages and disadvantages.

Physical deformities can have negative effects on mental health and personality. For example, someone who complains about the size of their breasts may experience various problems by feeling different from other people. With the elimination of body deformation, an increase in school and career success, improvement in social relations and an increase in self-confidence can be seen. Facial deformities, asymmetries, craniofacial, maxillofacial anomalies, rare facial clefts, cleft lip, bone, and soft tissue traumas of the face, chest, and abdominal wall defects can be recovered with plastic surgery. 

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Choosing the Surgeon

Plastic surgery does not always offer success. If the patient does not want to regret it, he should be very careful about the choice of the doctor. For example, if an almost non-formed breast is made by plastic surgery, or if a nose with a remarkable curvature and difficulty in breathing is made functional and aesthetic, the patient satisfaction of these surgeries is very high. The success of these surgeries, depends on an experienced plastic surgeon and surgical team, and the quality of the hospital. The patient’s careful compliance with the recommendations during the healing process, affects the success and provides successful result.

After the Plastic Surgery

Depending on what procedure you have, your recovery time can range from a few days to a few weeks. Plan how your recovery time after surgery will affect your work, family responsibilities, and social timing. Also, have a family member or friend look after you for 48 to 72 hours after surgery. You may believe you can resume your normal routines right away. But having someone there to help will give you peace of mind and help you focus on your recovery. If there is no one to meet your post-operative needs, you can seek help from the hospital staff.

As a general rule, patients who smoke should quit smoking at least eight weeks before a plastic surgery procedure is performed. Once the surgery is over, that doesn’t mean you can start again. Because it affects your circulation, smoking significantly delays the healing process and can cause serious complications during recovery.