Keeping It Real

If you are walking down the street, or are on the beach and can tell in two seconds that someone has had cosmetic surgery, it is not good plastic surgery.  While some people may like the overly done look, or high round fake breasts, that is not what most people want in my practice.

The real challenge is to improve your patients’ appearance dramatically without it being obvious to the world that they are surgically enhanced.  A believable lie, or beautiful secret, whichever you prefer.  It is, however, not an easy task.

Breast implants should look like breasts, not implants.  Liposuction is not a procedure to remove every fat cell from your body, but to enhance your natural curves.  Facial surgery should not make you look different or 30 years younger, but should make you appear fantastic for your age.

I urge you to be very careful when seeking out a provider for your plastic surgery.  Make sure they are Board Certified by the American Board of Plastic Surgery, and that they do a lot of the procedure you are requesting every month.  Also, make sure they are used to treating your ethnicity and skin type, and understand your beauty ideals.  Look at at least three before and after pictures that they themselves did recently on similar appearing patients and make sure you like the results

When considering plastic surgery, try to “keep it real.”  

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