Detroit, MI – You’re looking to improve your life through the wonders of plastic surgery.
But you’re torn.
What if something goes wrong? What if you can’t afford it? What if…What if…What if…
If you keep asking ‘what if’ questions, it’s probably because you’ve been taken in by all the pervasive myths that surround this amazing and life-changing industry.
Before you consider going under the knife to boost your appearance and your self-esteem, it’s time to get the facts straight.
Here are the most common myths that people actually believe about plastic surgery.
By learning the truth, you’ll be much better informed and well prepared to give yourself the body and/or face makeover you widely deserve.
Common Myths Debunked
Myth #1: Plastic Surgery is Risky and Dangerous
The Truth: You know what’s risky and dangerous? Getting plastic surgery in a third world country for pennies on the dollar.
You know what’s not? Having your procedures performed by a skilled and trained surgeon with a proven track record.
As long as you are in good health, and you are a good candidate for plastic surgery, your procedure will be safe and the risks minimal.
Of course, plastic surgery is still surgery, so infection and other complications can always occur, but as long as you engage in self-care and listen to your surgeon’s instructions post-surgery, you’ll most likely recover just fine.
Choose your surgeon carefully, listen to his or her instructions, and your plastic surgery procedure is very likely to go off without a hitch.
Myth #2: Plastic Surgery is Only for Rich People
The Truth: People from all walks of life are engaging in plastic surgery, and it’s becoming more common than ever.
From non-surgical techniques like Botox to remove lines and wrinkles to breast augmentations and tummy tucks, men and women of all ages and socioeconomic statuses are undergoing plastic surgery, and the trend only seems to be increasing.
If plastic surgeons only operated on the super wealthy, the industry wouldn’t be booming like it currently is.
Myth #3: Plastic Surgery is Only for Women
The Truth: More men are opting for plastic surgery than ever before.
In fact, Botox, dermal fillers, laser treatments and liposuction are becoming favorites of men everywhere to give them a leg up in the workplace. Plastic surgery helps men look younger and feel more virile, making them more competitive amongst their professional counterparts.
Guys who have excess breast tissue also choose to go under the knife for a procedure called gynecomastia surgery.
The bottom line is that men have body issues, too, and plastic surgery can help men everywhere overcome those issues, just like women have for years.
Myth #4: Plastic Surgery is Only for the Vain
The Truth: Just because you choose to get plastic surgery doesn’t mean that you’re full of yourself.
Far from it.
Going under the knife means that you’re into self-improvement.
When diet and exercise aren’t enough to get rid of belly fat, which can happen with age and multiple pregnancies, a tummy tuck and/or liposuction can help you get your pre-pregnancy body back.
Everyone ages, that much is true, but you don’t have to allow time to take its toll. If you feel young inside, you should look that way, too. Plastic surgery can help you do that.
But plastic surgery isn’t all about looks. Studies have shown that tummy tucks, for example, can have medical benefits too.
You then you have to consider all the plastic surgery procedures that are designed to help people overcome birth defects, such as cleft palates, or post-cancer breast reconstruction.
Plastic surgery isn’t only for the vain. It’s for individuals who want more out of life.
It’s sad to think that these myths, as common as they are, have kept people from undergoing surgery that could have positively changed their lives.
By choosing a highly-decorated plastic surgeon and by making the decision to better your life through plastic surgery, you might find yourself feeling like an entirely different person.
You might reach for goals you never considered. You might take on an entirely different attitude.
And you just may see a massive boost in your self-confidence and how you feel about yourself.
Don’t let these myths take hold, learn the truth, and you’ll feel much better about your decision to have plastic surgery, whatever procedures you may be considering.
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