Feb 23rd 2012 · by Dr. Charles Sarosy
Notwithstanding popular belief, choosing whether to do plastic surgery or what procedures to do isn’t something one would hop directly into without any thought. If undefined some type of plastic surgery, there are three main questions you need to consider while making your decision.
- What’s your incentive?
- Seeking to aid Mother in an area that causes you social anxiousness and low self-esteem is a good excuse to consider cosmetic surgery..
- If your beau criticizes the scale of your bazongas or picks on you about your crows feet, undefined a good motivating factor. That could be a great motivating factor to get a better partner!
- What are your expectations after the surgery?
- undefined looking for instant wealth and fame, a sudden rush of interested partners, or success on the job, you might like to discuss more realistic expectancies. Not that fame and fortune and a regular flow of partners can’t occur, but that cannot be your one expectancy.
- If your plans are to totally commit to eating better, exercising more frequently, and doing what it takes to maintain a healthly way of life, then your expectations about how you feel and look after the op will be realistic.
- Realizing that maintaining a good appearance will require some effort and work on your side and not only your surgeon will provide you a larger amount of success and self esteem post-surgery.
- What are the anticipated costs and how do undefined on paying?
- After your primary consultation with your cosmetic consultant, she could have offered several different options that likely have several different price-tags attached.
- Do not make the gaffe of putting your appearance ahead of pragmatic budget inhibitions.
- You don?t want to fix an apparent issue or defect only to be sad trying to escape from debt later.
- If required, work with a finance advisor who can show you how you can realistically fit in plastic surgery.
Don’t permit public opinion or other’s ideals sway you on undefined best for you and your body. Spend a little bit of time to ask yourself the hard questions. It is a good idea that you seek the advocacy of a therapist to help sort out these questions and the facts of the answers. There is nothing wrong with plastic surgery, just be sure you are doing it for you, not for anything else or other misguided wants.