Plastic Surgery and Confidence – A Candid Look at the Procedure

Plastic surgery, what? It’s a bit like opening a “can of worms”, but the worms are all these questions regarding beauty, your identity, and what you’re willing endure in pain for a killer chin homepage. Let’s take a look, shall we?

Let’s begin by discussing why people elect to have their face or body altered. Some want to fix a problem that they notice every time they glance in the reflection. Perhaps it’s an ear that makes them feel like Dumbo or a nose so big that Pinocchio would be jealous. Others have experienced a tough time, perhaps an accident or illness. They simply want to feel their old selves again.

This is where it gets hot: the beauty debate. Instagram filters and Photoshop are setting some pretty crazy standards. Is plastic surgical treatment just another way of chasing an impossible fantasy? Or is it a matter of feeling good in one’s own skin? Honestly, I think it’s a combination of the two.

The surgeons are the true magicians. These are not only doctors; they are also artists using paintbrushes instead of scalpels. Instead of painting sunsets and still lifes they reshape the noses and tuck in the tummies. It takes them years to learn how to do this, and it is no easy feat.

The decision to undergo plastic surgery isn’t the same as deciding on what to eat at breakfast. This is a major decision. You’ve got to do your homework–researching procedures, finding the right doctor (someone who knows their stuff and isn’t just looking to make a quick buck), and understanding all the risks involved.

Even the best surgeons can have complications. Even the best surgeons are not immune to complications. Also, you could be disappointed with the results. Ever heard of a buyer’s guilt? Imagine feeling like that about your new nose.

Funny thing is, despite these potential risks, people still flock to plastic surgery in the same way they would on Black Friday. Why? The confidence boost you get when things go well can be incredible! Imagine yourself looking into the mirror and being happy every single time. Many individuals who are willing to make this leap into the surgery world, it will become their reality.

It’s up to you whether you decide to get work done, or if you just want an answer as why anyone would choose to be poked and prodded.

If you feel like you need to alter something, or if you are happy with what Mother Nature has provided you, then go ahead! If someone feels great after getting a nose job, lip filler or other cosmetic procedure, then why not? What do you think?

But what about the feeling of being beautiful? The beauty goes to your toes. What if we were all wrapped like mummies post-op, then when could we do that?

Then, let’s get started! Our little talk on plastic surgeries is over.

Keep in mind: beauty may be only skin deep, but how do we decide to look (pun intended), at our reflections on a daily basis? That goes straight to the heart.

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