Aesthetic medicine is an umbrella term for specialties that focus on improving aesthetics by treating conditions including scars, sagging skin, wrinkles, liver spots, excess fat and cellulite, unwanted hair, pigmentation of the skin, and varicose veins. Aesthetic medicine in traditional thought includes dermatology, reconstructive surgery, and plastic surgery, but in fact, it is not limited to these areas only. And aesthetic medicine includes all of the surgeries such as liposuction, facelift, breast implants, and ablation with oscillating waves. And non-surgical procedures such as skin tightening with oscillating waves, liposuction, and chemical peels, and specialists may use a combination of the two together. Although aesthetic medicine operations are optional, they can improve the quality of life without posing a threat to it, and enhance psychological happiness and social role.