When you feel confident in your outward appearance, that confidence can spill over into all aspects of your life, personal and professional. In addition to enhancing natural beauty or correcting perceived imperfections, elective cosmetic surgery can also rejuvenate your self-esteem. Patients should be making a plastic surgery decision to reach their personal goals and not the expectations of others, though, so talk to your plastic surgeon to see if and which procedure is right for you.
- For women who have gone through pregnancy, delivery and breastfeeding, the toll of motherhood often reveals itself on the body. This guide to the mommy makeover discusses which procedures are involved and how the process can help tired moms feel younger and more confident again.
- While not all patients feel this way, many women who have undergone breast augmentation say the procedure helped to bolster their self-esteem. This WebMD guide to breast implants and confidence explores if and how breast augmentation impacts patients.
- Do you feel self-conscious about wearing a swimsuit in the summer? Do you try to cover up stomach flab with extra fabric or larger sizes? A tummy tuck can tighten up the abdominal walls and excess skin to help you look and feel great in your clothes.
While plastic surgery is not a solution for psychological issues, it can help patients to look as young or refreshed as they feel. Talk with your plastic surgeon to discuss your reasons for seeking out plastic surgery and to see if a procedure is right for you.
Dr. Scott Yarish is a leading, board-certified plastic surgeon in Houston with over sixteen years of experience and expertise in surgical and non-surgical procedures. Contact us today at (713) 469-3449 to schedule a consultation.
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