Does your 2017 New Year’s Resolution include Plastic Surgery?
As every new year comes and goes, do you still find yourself feeling insecure about certain aspects of your body? Although going to the gym is great for your health, you still may not be able to work off those problem areas. You can keep putting off plastic surgery and when next year rolls around you will be wishing that you had made it one of your 2017 resolutions. Here are a list of a few resolutions that we think you should consider this year.
1. Change the things you can and DO NOT accept the things that you cannot change:
Although diet and exercise are important for a healthy lifestyle, they do not eliminate unwanted excess skin. We know that you love your babies, but maybe you don’t love the way pregnancy left your tummy. Considering an abdominoplasty (tightening the abdominal muscles that are stretched from pregnancy while getting rid of loose skin) might be a great option for you.
2. Permanently get rid of unwanted hair:
Laser hair removal is the best way to get rid of any of your unwanted hair, and what better time than winter to begin this process so you’ll be shorts season ready!
3. Stop obsessing over your flaws and actually DO something about them:
We are all notorious for worrying about what we look like. Every woman has that one thing (at least) that they don’t like about themselves—your forehead wrinkles, your small breasts, your “meaty” thighs, or maybe the cellulite on your legs. Constantly worrying about these aspects of your body that you do not like, takes your focus off of the important things in life such as your family, your friends, and your job. Consider making the steps necessary to change those things that make you unhappy with your body. If you are skeptical, make an appointment for a consult with one of our board-certified surgeons to discuss your options. Whether it be Botox, breast augmentation, liposuction or Edermologie—now is the time to put those worries about your body behind you and focus on the things in life that really matter.
Plastic or cosmetic surgery is truly a life changing experience. Why keep putting off what you know could make you feel better about yourself?