Plastic Surgery Simulator

Plastic Surgery Simulator

Kaeria Eurl is a multimedia company involved with high tech websites and software creations. It was founded almost a decade and a half ago and it is located in Saint-Germain Paris in France. They are creative and competent in the work that they undertake. This qualifies them as trustworthy and a dynamic company. The plastic surgery simulator for windows is a simple but powerful application that will allow you to modify photos to simulate plastic surgery results on anyone's face and body. As a specific purpose software, a custom and convenient interface were developed more suited for virtual plastic surgery. This would enable you to view the possible outcome of the real surgery. The product comes in the format of an application software that has to be installed in your device. The intended party to use the said software must be adults according to the applicable legislation. Minors may only use this software application only with the assistance of a parent or a guardian. For you to use the application software, you should have editorial skills and a bit of drawing. This is one of the reasons it is limited to adults only and not persons under the age of thirteen.

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Highly Recommended

The interface is user friendly with its intuitive layout. Also, the addition of the prompt, with expert advice sets it apart from all the other similar programs. The Plastic Surgery Simulator installation process is clean and without any unpleasant surprises like hidden toolbars, adds or anything like that. However, the installation process takes a bit longer than expected and you actually have to go through ten steps before the installation is complete, but that can hardly be considered a downside though.

I personally recommend to buy this software. The quality is excellent and for this low price and 100% Money back guarantee, you have nothing to lose.

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Implants and Plastic Surgery

Plastic surgery to reduce the size of breasts may interfere with breastfeeding, especially if the nipples were transplanted. If you have had plastic surgery on your breasts, it may be that the only way to find out whether or not you can productively breast-feed is by trying.

Plastic surgery Benefits

There are no systematic reviews or RCTs of the role of plastic surgery in the treatment of cutaneous sarcoidosis however, several case reports were found. In 1970, O'Brien described two patients successfully treated with plastic surgery for lupus pernio.75 In 1984, Shaw etal.76 described a man with a 6-year history of treatment-resistant lupus pernio successfully treated with surgical excision and split skin grafting the result remained good 2-5 years after surgery. Collison et al77 described a man with extensive ulcerative nodules of the lower extremities, which were resistant to topical intralesional steroids, oral steroids, hydroxychloroquine and methotrexate. He was treated with vigorous operative debridement and partial-thickness skin grafting. While the grafts were well accepted (80 ), the patient developed new ulcerating nodules in previously uninvolved skin 2 months after surgery. Stack etal.78 report on a black male with extensive facial lesions who was treated with CO2 laser...

Settings For Plastic Surgery

Once the method of anesthesia is chosen it must be delivered in the appropriate setting. Patients undergoing facial plastic surgery rarely require an overnight stay. Most procedures are performed in an accredited ambulatory care center or in an office-based facility. Only low-risk surgical procedures should be performed in an office setting. Categorization of surgical procedures based on their complexity and requirements for anesthesia is one method to stratify risk. The Board of Medicine classifies surgeries as level I, II, and III. Level I surgery is considered minor and is performed using topical or local infiltrative anesthesia with or without a mild tranquilizer. Level II surgery may involve a minor or relatively superficial procedure that is performed with intravenous consciousness-altering medication. Monitoring of vital signs is required and supplemental oxygen is often needed. Level III surgery entails a moderate-to-complex surgical procedure usually performed under general...

Plastic Surgery

The dual aims of plastic surgery in children with Down syndrome are to improve function and to improve appearance and acceptance. Improved speech intelligibility, swallowing, and possibly respiratory function have been suggested as consequences of tongue reduction (Parsons et al., 1987). The set of multiple procedures advocated in Germany and Israel are intended to normalize facial appearance, thereby reducing stigmati-zation and enhancing social acceptance. On the premise that the features of the Down syndrome phenotype diminish the expectations of families, friends, and teachers, plastic surgery would promote higher achievement and more natural integration of people with Down syndrome. Evidence. The surgeons performing the operations carried out most initial studies of the effectiveness of plastic surgery in Down syndrome. In these studies 75 of the parents and nearly all of the surgeons were very satisfied with the results (Lemperle and Radu, 1980 Olbrisch, 1982)....

Digital Tip Injuries with Exposed Bone

Volar angulation without bone exposure. B. Volar angulation with bone exposure. C. Transverse or perpendicular angulation with bone exposure. D. Dorsal angulation with bone exposure. From Russell RC Fingertip injuries, in McCarthy J (ed) Plastic Surgery. Philadelphia Saunders, 1990, p 4479, with permission.

Imagination In Love Versus Imaginary Love

However, Tolstoy unconsciously begins to be intrigued by his sinner. She moves him, disturbs him, disarms him. He is on the verge of declaring his love. Suddenly he can no longer deprive her of her beauty. Plastic surgery is called for the operation is a resounding success. The troll with the turned-up nose emerges a sylphide

Gridsupported Medical Digital Library

Telemedycyna Wielkopolska is a project run in an interdisciplinary collaboration between Poznan Supercomputing and Networking Center, the Institute of Computing Science of Poznan University of Technology, and the Division of Trauma, Burns and Plastic Surgery of Poznan University of Medical Sciences, which aims to design and develop a system for provisioning telemedical services in the Wielkopolska province 1 . The objective of the project is to propose a set of remote services that will support the regional health care. Although the system and the tools are designed to be used by various medical domains, the pilot use case scenario is based around services for the support of trauma treatment. To this end a system of medical teleconsultations in the area of trauma has been designed and deployed as a pilot for use within several hospitals in Wielkopolska. Further works of the project focus on developing a multimedia Medical Digital Library that will store and enable information and...

Delayed Operative Procedures

For small full-thickness defects, rotational flaps from within the upper extremity provide adequate blood supply and coverage (Fig. 1). For some injuries, myocutaneous rotational flaps in the upper extremity are limited, as mobilization of one or more muscular components can significantly impair the patient's postoperative function. That is why fasciocutaneous flaps are preferred. There are a number of island pedicle flaps available for the hand. These are the reversed radial artery forearm flap, posterior interosseous flap, ulnar forearm flap, radial or ulnar perforator flaps, etc. The groin flap is another option but has the drawbacks of restricting the extremity, requiring a second surgery for division, and keeping the limb in a dependent position. In massive defects, a free flap must be considered. For the forearm, the latissimus dorsi is used as an island pedicle flap to the elbow. For areas distally, the latissimus must be taken as a free flap. Wounds over the elbow and humerus...


Analgesics and sedation in plastic surgery. Clin Plast Surg 1985 12(1) 74. Source From Pratt JM. Analgesics and sedation in plastic surgery. Clin Plast Surg 1985 12(1) 74. Source From Pratt JM., Analgesics and sedation in plastic surgery. Clin Plast Surg 1985 12(1) 74. Source From Pratt JM., Analgesics and sedation in plastic surgery. Clin Plast Surg 1985 12(1) 74.

Crushed Tissue

As a general rule, crushed tissue should be excised. Crushed tissue leads to additional edema, fibroplasia, and more scarring. Ihe extent of crushed tissue may not be easily visible. One way to demonstrate the extent of crushed tissue is to use hydrogen peroxide, which will produce a white patch wherever the wound edges were crushed. However, full excision of all crushed tissue may create more problems in the long run, particularly if excision will leave defects that cannot be covered with available skin. During the repair of traumatic lacerations in the ED, excision should be limited and completely avoided on the nose, vermilion-cutaneous junction, or eyelid. Wounds in these areas should be closed while preserving as much tissue as possible. Ihe most important principle in repairing crushed tissue is to do most of the work at the subcutaneous level and use very few percutaneous sutures. Another principle is to position the pieces so that they heal in proper relation to each other so...

Occlusive Dressings

Occlusive and semiocclusive dressings have gained tremendous popularity in the field of facial plastic surgery for the postoperative management of skin resurfacing procedures such as laser resurfacing and chemical peels. At one point, sheeting materials (Saran Wrap, Vigilon) were commonly used postoperatively after resurfacing. These materials have been generally abandoned due to difficulty with application and adherence and the potential of causing more extensive injury by allowing

Metals and Alloys

The strength and rigid properties of metals render them excellent implant materials for the repair and augmentation of skeletal defects. Stainless steel, vitallium, and titanium are all examples of metals that have been used for implantation. Stainless steel was likely the first modern implant used in facial plastic surgery dating to the era before World War II it was introduced in the 1920s. Another popular metal for implantation, vitallium is a cobalt-chromium alloy introduced in the 1930s that is composed of 60 cobalt, 30 chromium, and 10 nickel. Titanium is implanted in almost pure elemental form and is currently the most commonly used metal for implantation. The major disadvantage of metal implantation is the inevitable corrosion of the implant material (66). Although stainless steel is highly susceptible to corrosion, vitallium and titanium are highly resistant to corrosion because of their natural tendency to form an oxide film. This film both prevents local corrosion of the...


The intrinsic complex molecular mechanisms involved in wound healing, the external factors that augment or impede healing, and the effect of the implantation of material for augmentation all play important roles in the final appearance of facial surgical procedures. Extensive knowledge of these factors is imperative when considering the surgical management of facial defects. Many materials are available to the surgeon and the appropriate selection may make the difference between an acceptable result and an exceptional result. Newer implantable materials and treatments to promote organized wound healing promise improved aesthetic results in the hands of skilled surgeons. Only through further basic science and clinical research will this vital aspect of plastic surgery continue to advance at a rapid pace.


Solid polymers include solid silicones and polymethylmethacrylate. Silicones have been used in a variety of procedures in facial plastic surgery. Silicones have a repeating unit of dimethylsiloxane that dictates the viscosity of the material (71). 3 Injectable polymers include silicone and PTFE paste, and while initially promising, these materials have shown various problems in clinical use. Injectable sili-cone was widely used in facial augmentation when first released, however, major problems with migration and extrusion were noted. Case reports of systemic and severe local allergic and inflammatory reactions were published. As a result, injectable silicone is not approved for facial augmentation and is not widely used. PTFE paste (Polytef paste) has been used successfully in vocal cord augmentation, however, its use in facial augmentation is limited due to foreign body reaction and difficulties in injection due to its high viscosity. Injectable collagen and Alloderm have generally...

Historical Review

At the beginning of the twentieth century, advances in tumor surgery with the establishment of radical neck dissection and the experiences during and after World War I boosted head and neck surgery. The modern father of plastic surgery Sir Harold Gilles outlined a series of principles for reconstruction, such as the replacement of like with like. During the 30s and 40s he relied on tubed flaps transferred sequentially from one part of the body to another.