Dr. Shalom Kadosh graduated from the Faculty of Medicine of the Carol Davila University of Medicine and Pharmacy in Bucharest.
He entered the residency exam in the specialty of plastic and reparative surgery.
Specialized in the largest clinic in the country, at the Emergency Hospital for Plastic, Reconstructive and Burn Surgery in Bucharest.
Beauty, art, naturalness, self-confidence, youthful rendering are some of the most common concepts currently used to describe medicine and cosmetic surgery. All these are suggestive representations, but it is important not to lose sight of an essential detail, it is SURGERY, which involves besides benefits and certain risks.
Proper information of all those who want cosmetic interventions is the first step towards avoiding most complications. Health precedes health before any aesthetic result. No matter how much talent and experience we put to work, no doctor will be able to reach perfection. We are not God. That is why patients' expectations must be discussed leisurely and understood as well as possible.
When their desires exceed the limits of current medicine, it is our duty to point this out to them. Thus, those who turn to us to improve or recover what nature has given them will be able to make informed decisions and together we will be able to create the best possible results.
It is not only our efforts as doctors that determine the success of the interventions, it will also be due to the patient's cooperation. Establishing a trusting relationship between doctor and patient is therefore essential. That is why I advise all people interested in cosmetic interventions to look for not the best surgeon but to look for the best surgeon for them.
Beatrice Anton studied Fine Arts (PICTURE) at the National University of Arts in Bucharest, Faculty of Fine Arts. She continues her studies in Dermopigmentary Art and Science, being trained by the best trainers in Romania and Israel. Dermopigmentation is a SCIENCE. A well-informed technician must know both skin histology, skin type analysis, technique, anatomy and the basics of drawing, the basics of color, the basics of composition and language analysis, the study of color for painting, two- and three-dimensional representation techniques, research structuring principles. in the visual arts. I believe in cosmetic medicine and cosmetic surgery, they are beautiful, difficult, innovative areas that help women psychologically, when they do not feel well and are aware of a major defect.
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