Are You Considering Cosmetic Surgery?
Considering Cosmetic Surgery?
Well….. on the face of it a Cosmetic surgery procedure (or two) might seem a great solution.
However, it’s only right to point out; there are certain and very real inherent risks involved as well as limitations on what can be achieved.
A few tips and pointers for you.
Let’s consider it!
That although your chosen surgery will, of course, improve your appearance, it’s still playing around with nature.
You are adjusting various parts of your body that is already working fine and OK but don’t quite look as how you would wish.
What will a cosmetic surgery procedure do for me? Also, what will it not do for me?
Yes, it will, of course, bring about some improvement. However, do not expect a “miracle transformation” here!
It’s not likely to suddenly propel you to instant stardom in a TV series. Or launch you to some level of celebrity status.
Do not bank on it rescuing a struggling marriage, or a relationship, or enhancing work and social status.
Yes, there will improvement but nothing dramatic or absolute perfection.
If you expect cosmetic surgery to turn you into a movie star you’re bound to be disappointed.
Finally, your surgery will not help gain a promotion at work or improve your social life.
When considering cosmetic surgery what are the risk factors?
1)Actually there are many! One of the most commonplace is by your own perceptions – you are simply -dissatisfied.
2)You don’t look as young as you expected. There are still lots of facial wrinkles remaining etc. etc.
3)Post plastic/cosmetic surgery, there are some highly narcissistic types who will never be happy with the outcome.
4) Moreover, of course, complications with the actual surgery itself can occur.
5) Healing is very individual. It can range from a few days to many weeks and sometimes it can stretch to months. This could render you unable to work for much longer than you anticipated.
However, these recovery issues are inherent in your organisms. Not to be mixed up with it being seen as the fault of your surgeon, who it’s far too easy to blame.
Although looking and feeling good about yourself is very uplifting. Psychologically cosmetic surgery is unlikely to solve any deep rooted mental issues.
When Considering Cosmetic Surgery We hope to be your first port of call!
Revised March 2023Leave a reply