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Plastic Surgery before and after actress

Plastic surgery

Plastic surgery or cosmetic surgery is becoming increasingly popular around the world. Because every time people are going to become more beautiful and attractive than ever before. Yes, literally plastic surgery is changing a person's appearance. It is very nice to see a man who looks ugly. But history says that this type of surgery is not a completely fashionable fashion. Its roots are 100 years deep.

The First World War began on July 28, 1914, in Europe and lasted until 11 November 1918. Dr. Robert Krabi remembered the centenary of the war.

This professor of surgery at the University of Kille said that 100 years ago, during the First World War, the operation of plastic surgery was introduced. Later, ancient research has led the hand of plastic surgery or 'prosthetic' technology. This information was given in a report of Anandabazar.

Robert Karbie said that, in the UK, in the first world war, the type of surgery started in the United Kingdom to fix the wounds of the injured soldiers.

He said that after the first World War, 16 percent of the nearly seven and a half million British soldiers wounded were severely wounded. Many of the pieces of the shell were disqualified to recognize a large part of the face.

New Zealand's nose, ear, and throat specialist (ENT), a doctor named Harold Glitz, treated those soldiers with injuries. Glitz felt the need to make 'cosmetic surgery' on the first burned or completely wounded face.

The first plastic surgery unit in the United Kingdom was made in Aldershire in 1916. In the face of British soldiers injured in Cambridge army hospital, the first 'skin grafting' was started by doctors, Gilgit. Initially, 200 patients were expecting Gillette But the number is then more than two thousand. Since the wounds of the injured soldiers started working on the skin from other parts of the body,

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