The Basics of Facial Plastic Surgery
As one of the saying goes, different people have different approaches in life. 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. To reach the standard of beauty, many have turned into cosmetic surgery and this trend has been on the rise for the past decade.
The desire to be perceived in a better light is only natural since we are in a constant interaction with other people. If it is your first time to meet someone, it would be his face you would scrutinize. Because of this, plastic surgery is popular, and a lot of people are assisting it. You might think that women are more likely to opt for this, but if you look at the current market, you will see that the male clientele’s number is also steadily increasing.
Facial plastic surgery has become commonplace in many parts of the world. It’s popularity is going strong. People view physical appearance subjectively and it is constantly shifting. How we perceive beauty is also partially dependent on time. These basic types of preferences, along with client expectations and the existing physical anatomy are some of the considerations plastic surgeons must think about. Just like in other professional service, in most cases the payment for the surgery is shouldered by the client, and this is another reason why there are individual tastes.
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. There are also plenty of non-surgical procedures like botox injections and injections that can help improve facial appearance like wrinkle-smoothing injections and injections for drooping lips.
Since skeletal shape manipulation is part of a plastic surgery, this is a source of worry for some. A surgeon who has plenty of experience, credible and reputable is who you need to find. To find such surgeon, research is important, along with the right questions to ask.
There are three important questions to answer before you finally decide on the surgeon. First, is he a facial cosmetic surgery board certified? Two, does he specialize in a certain procedure, or is he a generalist? And the third question he needs to answer is how many surgeries does he do in a year, as the answer can help you ascertain if his reputation is established or not.
The answers for these three questions can help you select best from among the sea of surgeons.
Source: Dr. Constantinides