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Who’s Getting Plastic Surgery? The Results Will Surprise You..

Whenever we see hot viral stories online about plastic surgery usually 8 out of 10 times its an article about a celebrity; hopefully not about something gone..! We all have seen the stories as a plastic surgeon, we know it doesn’t tell the while story. First, they don’t represent the the the majority of people who get plastic surgery. Most are hardworking men and woman who want to look and feel better. Some have problems that cause great distress and self-conscious behavior.

  1. Who gets plastic surgery? The tabloids want you to believe that celebs and reality stars are carrying the industry, but ASAPS statistics spell it out for you. Men and women age 35-50 were 40% of the total. They are focused on recovering their bodies, remaining competitive in the job market and anti-aging.
  • Breast Augmentation: 330,631
  • Liposuction: 313,011
  • Abdominoplasty: 156,508
  • Eyelid surgery: 153,171
  • Rhinoplasty: 143,801

Results surprise you yet? People are getting surgical and non-surgical procedures done every day, the key is you may just not know it! There are not many people that can confidently say they have never thought about it. Though it should be for the right reasons. An aesthetic surgery procedure can help you boost your confidence and get the body you’ve always dreamed of, but the decision to go under the knife should not be one entered into lightly. Before you set up a consultation with a board-certified plastic surgeon, you must make sure that the reason you want a little nip and tuck is a good one. Plastic Surgery can help boost your self confidence when what you see on the outside is what you feel on the inside. But when you don’t feel good on the inside many times plastic surgery will not fix your problem. Here are two situations that just won’t make the situation any brighter, or tighter.

Revenge Surgery. Feeling scorned? Going through a divorce? Don’t rush to a surgeon to get back at any one to try and show them what they are missing.

The Because He/She wants me to Surgery. In a healthy relationship, you will respect your partner’s opinions. However, if your significant other tells you to get a breast augmentation or liposuction, you shouldn’t go running off to the plastic surgery clinic as fast as you can. Once again, the decision to get an aesthetic procedure should be yours and yours alone. There’s no harm in asking your partner to weigh in on your feelings about plastic surgery, but if you are feeling pushed to go under the knife, it’s time to put on the breaks and think about what you truly want.

So remember folks, you could be a celebrity or an average woman walking down the street, but everyone is getting some sort of plastic surgery, the question would be how apparent is it?


25, July, 2013Dr. Richard Schwartz

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