The New Age Institute
While art involves media such as the canvas and marble, aesthetic plastic surgery deals with the human body. It is altering the face and body to more aesthetically and artistically desirable standards. Both transferring art onto a canvas, and changing the body and face aesthetically require intense knowledge of aesthetic principles. But what, in addition to aesthetic principles, is required of the aesthetic plastic surgeon? We are not talking about proper training, certification, and experience. Needless to say, any surgeon who devotes their life to aesthetically improving the face and body of another individual has to be appropriately trained, certified, and experienced.
The artist or sculptor does not have to accept a work they have created. An artist can redo an artwork until they are satisfied. The cosmetic plastic surgeon who deals with the face, body, and spirit of an individual does not have this option. A surgeon has only one shot at aesthetically improving an individual’s appearance, uplifting their spirit, and making them a happier individual. Many factors are at play when dealing with the human body because the human body is not just skin, flesh, and bone.
IT IS THE KNOWLEDGE OF THESE FACTORS ALONG WITH A CLEAR UNDERSTANDING OF AESTHETIC PRINCIPLES THAT MAKES THE AESTHETIC / COSMETIC PLASTIC SURGEON THE ULTIMATE ARTIST.