Make me look like Jennifer Anistonl! It’s one thing to refer to a picture of a celebrity nose, or cheeks or other feature – but, if a patient walks into a plastic surgeon wanting to be transformed into a specific celebrity, it is a red flag. Realistic expectations and healthy choices are an important part of cosmetic enhancement. The motivation behind procedures should be to make the most of what we have, not to copycat others.
OUCH!!!! You’ve broken your nose. Quick, grab some tissue, a steak and head for the ER or doctor – to reduce your chances of looking like a boxer or former hockey player. Once there, they can check you out. In some cases, your nose can be set on the spot. If that is not the case, you may be looking at nose surgery. If you were considering a nose job before this happened…it might be the time to have a few modifications done, while it is being repaired.
No matter how experienced and efficient we are at our job – how we are perceived, image-wise, has a great deal to do with our ability to be hired, promoted and our earning potential. It’s a tough, cut-throat job economy right now and our attractiveness and ‘perceived-youthfulness’ are much more important than Corporate America is letting on. Many workers are looking at this factor and ‘stepping up their game’ with cosmetic procedures and body enhancement – considering the treatments and maintenance to be ‘Just Good Business Sense’.
Summer is approaching quickly. Bathing suits and summer fashions can make even a normally-confident person start feeling a bit shy and self-conscience. No one wants to be thought of as lumpy, bulgy or furry. What to do? Lasers and modern plastic surgery technology can remove the hair, smooth the cellulite and remove fat from areas we do not want it. Don’t hide.. Rock a hot bathing suit, proudly!
Beauty is a mathematical equation? In fact; it is! Researchers have conducted many studies that all come to the same conclusion. If the space between a woman’s eyes is 46% of the width of the face and the space between the eyes and lips is 36% – those surveyed, chose the photos over others. You’d be surprised to find who makes the list…and who does not. One thing is for certain…18-year-old Florence Colgate has just been chosen as Britain’s most perfect face. Congratulations Florence! The ‘beauty’ of cosmetic surgery is that it ‘evens the odds’ for the rest of us.
Come on Barbie, Let’s go Party! Seriously…a Ukrainian Barbie Girl? Maybe… But, most people don’t believe it. They think 21-year-old Valeria Lukyanova and her Facebook site may be just as unreal as Barbie’s former bust-to-waist ratio. Is she computer-generated, photoshopped, a hoax…or is she a manufactured product of copious plastic surgeries? Hard to tell…but, one thing is for certain – the message she is sending is that ‘the impossible CAN be obtained’. There’s nothing wrong with wanting to look our best, but let’s keep it realistic. While Barbie is a wonderful fantasy toy, she is not the standard women should be expected to attain…
Remember having a crush on a school teacher? Well, Buffalo, New York has an insurance rider for many of its public servants that includes paying for plastic, reconstructive and cosmetic surgeries for its teachers, firemen and other civil employees. For the teachers, it is due to an old law, called the Triborough Amendment – and even though they are willing to give up the perk that helps make up for the fact that teachers are woefully underpaid; the structure of contract renegotiations does not allow for giving up a portion of of their agreement, without restructuring everything. So, for the time being…Teacher is looking HOT…and the school district is happily picking up the tab!
What part of the face provides the most ‘structure’? The cheek area. High cheekbones are the most prominent structural component of the face (or should be, at least). Advanced plastics technology is using ‘plumping’ in the mid-face area to achieve amazing results. Cheek implants, dermal fillers, fat transfer and similar combinations are utilized to fill out the mid-face area. Read on, and watch the video to see how this is accomplished.
Why did a 5’10″, leggy, beautiful 29-year-old woman, who attends spinning classes 7 days a week…need liposculpture? Because, even though she spent 5 years working out like a fiend – she still had blocky hips and saddlebags…because they were hereditary. We don’t always get to choose the body we inherit – but, we have a say in whether we feel we should get to see a payoff for our diet and exercise. Even tall, slender women who work out til they drop don’t always get the results they think they deserve. That’s where Laserliposculpture steps in. Read on…and consult with a plastic surgeon in your area to add some ‘positive reinforcement’ to your body image.
Do you like your nose…but, wish you could make just a few tiny corrections? Maybe lift the tip, or make it more symmetrical – without having to undergo a complete rhinoplasty surgery? Then, read on. Non-surgical nose surgery can straighten, redefine and correct irregularities and it is a great choice for people who want ‘just a little work done, yet wish to retain their ethnicity. There is no anesthesia; it takes about 15 minutes and costs much less than a traditional nose job. Check your area to find out who does non-surgical nose surgery.