Aesthetics is the science of assessing and evaluating beauty; it is both a concept and a practical skill that is influenced by a variety of personal, professional, and social prejudices. These conclusions are based on our unique skills to distinguish between sensory experiences and interpret them in the context of our wider social context. Procedures that improve the appearance of the face and body are referred to as aesthetic plastic surgery (also known as cosmetic surgery). They include rhinoplasty (nose reshaping), abdominoplasty (tummy tuck), breast augmentation, breast reduction, eyelid surgery, face lift, and fat removal (liposuction). Cosmetic surgery can be performed on practically every part of the body, but it is not a decision to be made lightly. As the outcomes are generally permanent, it is critical to be certain of your decision, to work with a qualified practitioner, and to have the right motivation.