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Plastic surgery is the surgical specialty dedicated to the reconstruction of facial and body defects due to birth disorders, trauma, burns, and disease. Cosmetic surgery is an elective surgical operation and meant to enhance one's appearance, while plastic surgery is necessary and reconstructive in nature.
It's a big decision to have cosmetic surgery but it can have a significant impact on your life. Only Wyoming cosmetic surgeons who have satisfied our tough criteria will be listed on our website. Our tips and advice will provide impartial advice about choosing a hospital and a cosmetic surgeon in Wyoming.
Searching for high quality cosmetic surgeons is a difficult and time-consuming task. This website can help you find the best Wyoming surgeons to perform your cosmetic surgery procedure. Search by location and procedure type to find a quality cosmetic surgeon near you.
According to the American Society of Plastic Surgeons, over 8.7 million cosmetic surgery procedures were performed in 2003. The number of cosmetic surgery procedures is increasing, with more women getting plastic surgery in Wyoming than men.

You will want to know that your Wyoming surgeon is experienced and qualified to perform the operation. Many surgeons have taken special training and passed exams given by a national board of surgeons. Ask if your Wyoming surgeon is "board certified" in surgery. Some surgeons also have the letters F.A.C.S. after their name. This means they are Fellows of the American College of Surgeons and have passed another review by surgeons of their surgical practices.

Special skill and knowledge are essential and specialists in Wyoming cosmetic surgery are competent in the anatomy, physiology, pathology and basics sciences. The educational profile of Wyoming surgeons is unique in that it begins with a fully trained and certified surgeon. Through continued post-residency education training, and experience, cosmetic surgery is taught and learned across traditional disciplinary boundaries. The subspecialty fully incorporates the participation and knowledge from all contributing disciplines to attain a high level of skill and understanding. Contributing disciplines include dermatologic surgery, facial plastic surgery, general surgery, plastic surgery, otolaryngology, oculoplastic surgery, oral-maxillofacial surgery and other.

If you or a loved one are thinking about having cosmetic surgery, you need to speak with an experienced Wyoming doctor or surgeon as soon as posisble. You probably have alot of questions, and chances are you may be nervous or afraid. Good Wyoming cosmetic surgeons in your area can help relieve this anxiety and stress. An experienced cosmetic or plastic surgeon can evaluate your individual situation and give you their professional advice and opinion. The fact is, you won't know until you speak with a Wyoming surgeon directly.

Understading Cosmetic Surgery Limitations:
• Don't expect perfection. 
• Have realistic expectations. A cosmetic surgery can reshape your body, but not your life. 
• Know the Wyoming cosmetic surgery risks. 
• Don't do it on the cheap. Pay what it takes for safe cosmetic surgery. 
• Make sure your Wyoming cosmetic surgeon is certified by the American Board of Plastic Surgery. 
• Do your homework. If it sounds too good to be true, it probably is. 

Tips for Choosing a Wyoming Surgeon:
• Check into the experience of the surgeon you are considering. Does he or she specialize in the cosmetic surgery procedure in which you are interested? 
• How many cosmetic surgery procedures of this kind has the doctor done? 
• How many is the Wyoming doctor currently performing per year? 
• Wyoming cosmetic surgery before-and-after pictures can give you some indication of a surgeon's ability, although you must realize that they cannot be construed to guarantee the result you will achieve. 
• Make sure you are comfortable with the personal support between you and your Wyoming surgeon. You should always feel that your concerns are being addressed. Do not be satisfied with an incomplete answer from anyone. 

Types of Wyoming Cosmetic Surgery:
Botox Injections
Some wrinkles are caused when a muscle contracts (tightens up). Botox™ is injected through the skin into the muscle with a needle. The Botox™ keeps the muscle from contracting. When the muscle can't contract, the wrinkle doesn't show as much.

Breast Augmentation
Breast augmentation is an operation to enlarge, or change the shape of a woman's breasts. This is done by putting saline implants under the breast tissue or under one of the chest wall muscles. Breast augmentation surgery is one of the most common surgeries performed in the US each year, and a majority of patients are very satisfied with their results.

Breast Lift 
Breast lift is usually performed for drooping breasts, which may occur after a woman has had children. Mammograms (breast X-rays) and a routine breast exam are required before breast lift surgery.

Brow Lift 
Brow lift procedures correct forehead wrinkling and drooping eyebrows by tightening the loose skin, removing part of the muscle that is responsible for the deep vertical frown lines between the brows.

Butt Lift
A butt lift is a procedure to remove excess skin and fat from either the inner or outer thighs of individuals in whom liposuction alone will not correct the aesthetic deformity. Candidates for a butt lift are usually those who have had extreme weight gains and losses or have developed laxity due to age.

Cellulite Treatment
Cellulite refers to deposits of body fat, especially on the buttocks, legs, and thighs. Except for cellulite treatment, there is not a lot that can be done to get rid of cellulite once it sets in. However, exercise and weight control can go a long way to prevent the problem and keep it from getting worse.

Collagen Injections
Collagen injections enhance the contour of the lips, giving them a full and well-defined appearance. Collagen is also used to decrease the appearance of wrinkles or scars.

Chemical Peel
The chemical peel procedure involves a chemical solution that is applied to the skin. The solution causes a layer of skin to separate and peel off. The new, regenerated skin underneath is usually smoother, less wrinkled, and more even in color than the old skin.

Chin Augmentation
A chin augmentation is a surgical procedure to reshape or enhance the size of the chin to restore facial harmony and chin projection. Facial implants can alter your face to enhance an area or bring it into balance.

Ear Surgery
Ear surgery, or otoplasty is performed on adults, adolescents and children to relieve the mental stress and embarrassment associated with large or protruding ears by altering the shape and contour of the ear to complement facial structure and head size.

Eyelid Lift
Eyelid lift surgery is used to correct drooping upper lids that make the patient look older or tired or that interferes with vision. Eyelid repair (blepharoplasty) is sometimes done alone or with other facial surgery such as a browlift or facelift

Face Lift
A face lift is a surgical procedure to repair sagging, drooping, and wrinkled skin of the face and neck. Face lifts performed to improve visible signs of aging, poor diet, or heredity; it is performed by removing excess fat, tightening underlying muscles, and redraping facial and neck skin.

Forehead Lift
Forehead lift procedures correct forehead wrinkling and drooping eyebrows by tightening the loose skin, removing part of the muscle that is responsible for the deep vertical frown lines between the brows.

Hair Replacement 
Hormonal changes such as menopause can cause both thinning and hair loss in women. There are a number of hair replacement techniques that are available, although hair replacement surgery cannot help those who suffer from total baldness. Candidates for hair replacement must have a healthy growth of hair at the back and sides of the head. The hair on the back and sides of the head will serve as hair donor areas where grafts and flaps will be taken.

Laser Skin Resurfacing 
Laser skin resurfacing removes wrinkles and fine lines that come from age or sun exposure. Some acne scars also can be treated with lasers. Unlike a chemical peel, laser skin resurfacing offer precision, concentrating only on the areas that need treatment. Wrinkles that in years past would have been considered untreatable can now be safely removed. Skin should be fully regrown two weeks after treatment.

Lasik Eye Surgery
Lasik eye surgery is capable of correcting a wide range of nearsightedness (myopia), farsightedness (hyperopia) and astigmatism. Lasik is the acronym for laser in situ keratomileusis, sometimes referred to as laser assisted in situ keratomileusis. Lasik eye surgery refers the use of a laser to reshape the cornea without invading the adjacent cell layers. In situ is Greek for "in the natural or normal place." Medically, in situ means confined to the site of origin without invasion of neighboring tissues. Kerato is the Greek word for cornea and mileusis means "to shape."

Lip Augmentation
Enlarging the lips may be accomplished with lip augmentation surgery or by injecting the lip with a filler material such as collagen including Zyplast and Cymetra. These fillers can be injected in an office lip augmentation procedure to give a fuller look to the vermilion, which is the visible pink portion of the lips. You may resume normal activities immediately. Collagen injection may provide lip augmentation for 3 to 6 months, but is not permanent.

Liposuction 
Liposuction is the removal of excess body fat by suction with specialized surgical equipment, typically performed by a plastic surgeon. Liposuction has achieved the distinction of being the most popular cosmetic surgical procedure. By removing unwanted deposits of excess fat, liposuction improves body appearance and smoothes irregular or distorted body shapes. The liposuction procedure is sometimes referred to as body contouring.

Nose Job
Cosmetic nose jobs are also known as rhinoplasty. The procedure can reduce or increase the size of the nose, narrow the span of the nostrils, change the angle between the nose and upper lip, and/or change the tip or bridge of the nose. Nose jobs can also correct some breathing problems. Rhinoplasty involves the resculpting of the bone and cartilage.

Thigh Lift
A thigh lift is a procedure to remove excess skin and fat from either the inner or outer thighs of individuals in whom liposuction alone will not correct the aesthetic deformity. Candidates for a thigh lift are usually those who have had extreme weight gains and losses or have developed laxity due to age. The thigh lift removes lax skin and fat and places the scars in locations that can be hidden within the bikini line. Like any surgical procedure there are thigh lift risks and benefits that will be discussed at your consultation.

Tummy Tuck
Tummy tuck surgery is optional surgery to treat flabby, stretched-out abdominal muscles and skin to improve appearance. Excessive fatty tissue and loose skin are removed from the middle and lower sections of the abdomen and the abdominal muscles may be tightened. Note that this is a different procedure than liposuction. Cosmetic repair of the abdomen can be helpful in improving appearance, especially after massive weight gain and loss.

Upper Arm Lift
With age, upper arm skin can become loose and flabby. Upper arm lift surgeons will discuss brachioplasty with patients who want to tighten this skin and look as good as they feel. In some cases your cosmetic surgeon may suggest that liposuction be used alone or in conjunction with an upper arm lift to remove excess fat in the upper arms.

Varicose Veins
Varicose vein are formed by the dilation of a small group of blood vessels located close to the surface of the skin. Although they can appear anywhere on the body, varicose veins are most commonly found on the face and legs. They usually pose no health hazard but may produce a dull aching in the legs after prolonged standing.

Weight Loss Surgery
The Weight Loss Surgery operation works in two ways – by decreasing food intake and by altering food digestion and absorption. First, the small receiving pouch limits the amount of food that can be consumed, resulting in an almost immediate sense of satisfaction and fullness when a patient eats.