- Cosmetic Surgery
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Friday, October 12, 2018
In the article, titled “The Surgeon to the Stars Who is Changing the Face of Plastic Surgery” Mr Tiryaki talks about the motivations and differences between the genders for having cosmetic procedures. He also discusses the inability to achieve perfection through surgery, "If a patient asks me for perfection, they are a candidate to not be operated on because it is not possible," he says. He also mentions that there is a growing number of patients requesting slight imperfection, wanting to look better rather than completely perfect. As a perfectionist in his work and fully understanding human anatomy, patient safety and outcomes, Mr Tiryaki says that 40% of his patients are unable to have the procedure they originally wanted.
Mr Tiryaki is a regenerative plastic surgeon with a special interest and expertise in the field of stem cells and was one of the first surgeons in the word to deliver this specialised treatment to patients. Mr Tiryaki believes that "Stem cell technology is going to change our lives over the next 20 years.”
The feature also showcases Mr Tiryaki’s humanitarian work. As Chair of Humanitarian Programs at the Internal Society of Aesthetic and Plastic Surgeons, Mr Tiryaki actively leads and delivers much-needed emergency medical and surgical care to victims of natural disaster.
Having pioneered surgical innovations such as a faster abdominoplasty and suspension and micro-lifting techniques, Mr Tiryaki is a leading plastic surgeon of his generation.
Read the full article.
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