Plastic Surgery

What Is Plastic Surgery?

Plastic surgery is the process of restructuring or repairing areas of the body due to accident or injury. It is often used to restore form and function to the body or specific areas of the body. Common areas of focus include surgery to treat burns, congenital deformities, or other issues that can make an individual feel uncomfortable.

Plastic surgery can also involve enhancing or augmenting areas of the body for cosmetic reasons. Common procedures in this area include breast enhancement or reduction and facelifts or other surgery in the facial area including chin, brow, ear, nose, and cheek.

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Dr. Aycock is always happy to meet with you to review your unique needs. Please fill out the form on this page to request a consultation.

Benefits of Plastic Surgery

In addition to improving the area(s) of the body that may need restructuring or repair, our patients tell us that the biggest benefit of plastic surgery is the surge of confidence they experience as they fall in love with their bodies – the way it should be!

  • Their self-esteem improves.
  • Their personable and friendly nature shines through.
  • They find it easier to talk to and approach people.

Plastic Surgery Before and After

Dr. Aycock has helped a variety of patients with a wide range of plastic surgery needs improve their bodies and their quality of life. Please take a look at these photos as a testament to his expertise and experience.

Keep in mind that each individual is unique and no two surgeries are exactly the same. At your free consultation, you’ll learn precisely how your procedure will be performed, as well as the recovery time and other important details.

All before and after photos on this site are patients of Dr. Aycock and reflect his work as such. Individual results may vary.

Plastic Surgery in the Bay Area with board certified plastic surgeon Robert Aycock, MD, FACS

Preparing for Plastic Surgery

When preparing for plastic surgery, it’s completely normal to feel nervous or apprehensive. Dr. Aycock highly values patient needs and welcomes questions of all kinds. If anything, it may be difficult to contain your excitement about starting on the journey to the new you!

How Is Plastic Surgery Performed?

Good plastic surgery practices often center around the removal of skin or tissue from one area of the body and possibly transplanting it to another. Other types of plastic surgery involve making adjustments to the core structure of the body, such as abdominoplasty (“tummy tuck”), mastoplasty (“breast lift”), and blepharoplasty (“eyelid lift”) in which fat or other kinds of tissue are removed or reshaped to enhance the natural appearance and contour of the body.

Much of the emphasis on plastic surgery techniques deal with the proper placement and size of incisions as well as the handling of wounds. In both types of plastic surgery, understanding both cosmetic and reconstructive surgical principles are crucial to a successful and speedy recovery.

Plastic Surgery Recovery

After the surgery, you may be advised to wear specific kinds of compression garments or take steps to deal with swelling or bruising that may accompany the procedure. Minimal scarring is to be expected, but any scars will fade over time and with proper care. Be sure to follow the specific instructions you are given after your surgery takes place.

Take The First Step – Request A Consultation

To schedule your consultation, please fill out the form on this page or call Dr. Aycock’s office at (925) 854-4174 (Walnut Creek) or (415) 903-8463 (Greenbrae).

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The content of this website is intended to be general information. It is provided only as a service. It is not medical advice and not intended to be taken as medical advice. The content of this site should not be used to diagnose or treat a medical or health condition and is in no way meant to be a substitute for or delay the seeking of appropriate or professional medical care. Individual results may vary.