Just because you can do something does not mean that you should. That statement may be more true when it comes to plastic surgery than anywhere else.
The American Society of Plastic Surgeons (ASPS) is making concerted effort to emphasize this to its member surgeons in recent months. Cosmetic surgery continues to grow in popularity, more and more patients are requesting surgeries that border on the edge of normalcy.
Unfortunately, patients making these requests often do not understand the potential future repercussions of their desires. Probably the most common example is a woman requesting unusually large breast implants. While they may achieve their desired look, it is unlikely that they will be happy with their decision long term. Unfortunately the future fix is not only expensive, it cna never make it as good as what it once was.
At Advanced Aesthetic Laser Surgery in Columbus, Ohio, I recently turned down a patient who had 800cc breast implants and wanted them re
Whether it is a relatively minor injectable procedure such as Botox or a major body contouring surgery, one of the most important decisions you as a patient is going to make is, “Who is performing the procedure?”
Waiting until after your surgery to find out if your surgeon will do everything to give you your best result is simply too late!