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Facial Plastic Surgery : Choices In Life And In Surgeons

Each person is unique and tackles life’s challenges in his or her own way. Just as there are differences in the way we do things, there are also differences in the way we see things, like beauty. As it turns out, our perception of beauty and what we look like does not match. The difference between the way we see beauty and our own looks has driven many to the point of plastic surgery, and this trend has been increasingly in demand.

Our daily interaction with other people fostered the need to better care for our appearance so that others will perceive us better. The face is the first thing that catches the attention, especially if it is your first meeting. This face-centered thing we do is one of the reasons plastic surgery’s industry is constantly growing. The truth is, even the number of male clients are constantly growing.

In many areas of the world, facial plastic surgery has become common. Plastic surgery is becoming increasingly prevalent. People view physical appearance subjectively and it is constantly shifting. People’s view of beauty is also subject to what is popular at different periods of time. Each surgery is different, with the results depending on the client’s beauty preference, facial bone structure and discussed expectations. Since clients pay for their surgeries out of the pocket, they are entitled to the result that they wanted to achieve based on their preference.

You can opt for any facial plastic surgery you want, but the most common ones and the one we always hear about are noselifts or rhinoplasty, facelifts, eyelid surgery, cosmetic ear surgery and chin implants. And then there are also non-invasive procedures like botox injections and ulthera, along with many other injections that smoothens and improves surface areas of the face, improving wrinkles and dark circles.

The involvement of skeletal shape manipulation is a cause of worry to some people. A surgeon who has plenty of experience, credible and reputable is who you need to find. Research is crucial in finding such a surgeon, and of course, you should also know what are the questions you need to have answered.

Once you found a surgeon to your liking, there are three vital questions you need to ask. First, is he a facial cosmetic surgery board certified? Surgeons do different kinds of surgery so the second question should determine if he does more bodywork than facial plastic surgery or is he focused on facial surgeries. Third, ask the number of surgeries he does in a year.

These three questions can help you weed the fake ones from the reputable ones, as well as aid in the selection of a surgeon you can work with.

Source: Dr. Constantinides FACS