Secrets Plastic Surgeons Want You To Know: Don’t Nit And Pick
12 January 2015
Plastic surgery is great when you know exactly what you desire to correctively or cosmetically alter.But, sometimes it’s important to take a step back and analyze the procedure’s honest necessity. People tend to get fixated with the smallest things; that one eyebrow is higher than the other, or that their nose slightly tilts to the left.
Sure, it’s true that you’re your own worst critic, you look at yourself in the mirror everyday before getting ready for work or an outing. You scrutinize and notice the smallest things, picking at the unnoticeable. That tiny bridge on your nose, or the way your elbows curve, their all possibilities or reasons you could be contemplating cosmetic surgery, no matter how trivial they may seem. With such professional and modern technologies and practices, who wouldn’t?
The pursuit of beauty is a double edged sword, but, ultimately, if you don’t absolutely need it, leave it alone. You’d be surprised at how minor those fixations appear to your friends, family or even your surgeon!
The decision making process should be concluded from your diligent research on the type of procedure you want, your budget and the surgeon you pick. Don’t get a Botox fix because its at reduced price, or pick a surgeon based on a friend’s recommendation, always do your homework.