How To Become A Plastic Surgeon
Plastic surgery is a specialty of medicine that deals the correction and restoration of the body. It is divided into two main fields: reconstructive surgery and body modification. Plastic surgeons are specially trained doctors that perform these procedures on a variety of patients for many different reasons. Plastic surgeons must complete a bachelor degree and attend medical school to obtain the Doctor of Medicine (MD) degree. Medical school education focuses on learning all of the aspects of the human body, patient care, and medical conditions. Employment of all physicians and surgeons is projected to grow faster than average for all professions, increasing 14% from 2006 to 2016. The increased demand for reconstructive and cosmetic surgery will drive job growth.