How to Choose the Best Plastic Surgery for Your Body

If you have chosen to get plastic surgery, you likely want to find a good surgeon.


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Plastic surgery has drastically improved over the past few decades, including its safety and the techniques that are used. Additionally, social acceptance of plastic surgery has changed. Both men and women see plastic surgery as a viable way to enhance their appearance. If you have chosen to get plastic surgery, you likely want to find a good surgeon. Here are some tips to help you choose the best plastic surgery and surgeon for your body.

  1. 1 Are You a Candidate for Plastic Surgery?

    Before identifying the surgeries that are right for you and the top plastic surgeon, you will want to know if you are a good candidate for cosmetic surgery. Cosmetic surgery candidates are in good physical and mental health. They have reasonable expectations for the procedure and the risks involved. People with serious health problems, including diabetes, heart disease, and high blood pressure, may not be the best candidates. This depends on the severity of their condition. A person with severe mental health or emotional disorders may not qualify for plastic surgery.

    On the physical health front, your physician may request that you make some changes to your health routine before surgery. For example, smokers are often asked to quit smoking a few weeks or months before the surgery. This is because smoking inhibits the body's ability to heal correctly. It is even recommended that people avoid secondhand smoke in the weeks and months leading up to their surgery.

    To determine if you are a candidate, you should talk to your plastic surgeon about your daily habits, such as exercising, substance use, and smoking. You should also disclose any medications you are taking. This includes herbal supplements. Providing accurate information will help your doctor determine if plastic surgery is right for you.

  2. 2 What Procedure Is Right for You?

    Your physical characteristics will factor into what procedure may be proper for you. For example, if you seek skin resurfacing techniques, they tend to work better on people with lighter-colored hair. Lip augmentations may improve your appearance if you have thin lips. This procedure may not be suitable for you if you have recently used some acne medications, if you are dealing with autoimmune diseases, or if you have diabetes or herpes. You will also need to be sure that you are not allergic to the implanted material.

  3. 3 Cheek Implants

    Cheek implants can add volume to your face if you have flat cheekbones or if your cheeks are sagging prematurely. However, cheek implants will not correct excess sagging skin. If that is your problem, you may be better off with a facelift. Also, you have to accept the fact that your body can reject the implant, you can have an allergic reaction to the implant material, or the material may shift in an abnormal way post-surgery.

  4. 4 Breast Augmentation

    Breast augmentation is one of the top cosmetic surgeries performed in the United States. Breast augmentation is a positive step that boosts many women's body image, sexual satisfaction, and self-esteem. However, you will want to have careful screening by your doctors before breast implant surgery. Studies have shown links between individuals with psychiatric or substance use problems before surgery and emotional issues post-surgery. It is essential to have realistic expectations about how your body will look and feel post-surgery.

  5. 5 Rhinoplasty

    Rhinoplasty may be used after an injury to address breathing issues, to address congenital disabilities, repair a person's nose after trauma, or help someone unhappy with the appearance of their nose. Rhinoplasty can change the size of your nose, its angle, and the nostrils. It can reshape the tip of the nose and strengthen the bridge. When rhinoplasty is done as a purely cosmetic procedure, it is recommended that a person waits until their nasal bone has fully grown. For girls, this is between the ages of 15 and 16. For boys, it is between 17 and 18. Rhinoplasty is a safe procedure. However, it does take some time to recover. You need to be patient and know that it can take up to a year before you see the results.

  6. 6 Conclusion

    Most cosmetic surgical procedures are permanent. It is essential to take the time to research the surgery you want and the surgeon who will perform the procedure to make sure that you will be happy with the result.

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