Is plastic surgery right for you?

Article Written by : I Europe Fashion

Choosing plastic surgery should be a carefully considered decision. The decision should be made in consultation with a qualified plastic surgeon. Your needs and desired outcome should be considered when consulting a reputable and qualified professional. To begin with you should be in good health. People with diabetes, high blood pressure, depression, heart problems and bleeding disorders should not consider plastic surgery. People who smoke should stop smoking several weeks prior to any surgery. Your expectations should be reasonable. You also need to have clear understanding of risks involved with cosmetic surgery.


Plastic surgery includes Liposuction, Tummy Tuck, collagen injections, lip and breast augmentation, arm lifts, body contouring, skin surfacing, rhinoplasty (nasal surgery), cheek and chin implants, forehead/brow lifts, eyelid surgery (blepharoplasty), face and neck lifts (rhytidectomy) and many other cosmetic and reconstructive procedures. The facility where surgery will take place should be part of the decision process. Reports indicate multiple violations at a facility in New York where prominent comedian and TV personality, Joan Rivers went into cardiac arrest during a similar surgery and later succumbed to it. Most of these procedures come with a time line. Facelifts last about 10 years. No surgery will stop your aging process.