Nowadays, cosmetic surgery is seen as much more than a mean to correct a physical defect. More and more people around the world are opting for this solution to regain their self-confidence, in addition to embellishing one or more parts of the body. Here’s how cosmetic surgery can make you feel better today.
Numerous studies have shown that people who seek cosmetic surgery are primarily looking for a way to get rid of a physical defect that bothers them in their daily lives and has a negative impact on their mental state.
Whether it’s to make a small chest look bigger, to rejuvenate the face or to redo the nose, many people say they need it to feel better in their daily lives.
In many cases, a person goes so far as to exclude themselves from society, and cosmetic surgery can give them that extra push to get back into a better social life.
It is therefore impossible to deny today the psychological impact of cosmetic surgery on the individuals who had recourse to it. Keeping in mind that the result of a cosmetic surgery also allows the adoption of a better lifestyle, as the patient is motivated to do sports and to eat better in order to keep the results stable as long as possible.
When first seeing a surgeon, many patients confess to being disheartened by the shape of their breasts. Many women naturally have small breasts, but others experience sagging and loss of firmness for a variety of reasons: pregnancy, repeated weight gain and loss, or simply old age.
Plastic surgery offers appropriate solutions to this situation, allowing women to have larger breasts with more attractive curves.
The results obtained are very satisfying for most patients, who regain a taste for seduction, the desire to wear cleavage, and this can even renew the flame of passion in many couples.
Different solutions can be proposed according to the needs and morphology of the patient: fitting of prostheses (silicone gel implants), breast lipofilling (injection of fat into the chest), breast lift… it is even possible, for patients who suffer from overly large breasts, to request a breast reduction procedure.
Who has never wanted to have the ideal figure? Due to a lack of exercise or a poor diet, it is easy to end up with bulges or a belly that is far from flat. Not to mention genetic factors or old age, which are the main cause of a flat or sagging buttock, for example.
A simple physical defect can weigh heavily on a person’s mind, especially in an age when the cult of the beautiful body is everywhere.
In some countries of the world, things can even go farther: for example, in South Korea, when it comes to a successful professional career, it has been shown that an advantageous physique makes it easier to climb the ladder; it is no coincidence that the land of the “calm morning” is the third country with the most cosmetic surgeries in the world. The same goes for Brazil, where aesthetics is a religion in its own right, and where having a dreamy butt is considered one of the keys to success in seduction.
Therefore, cosmetic surgery offers a solution for enhancing each part of the body: abdominoplasty to have a flat stomach, liposuction to eliminate excess fat, buttock augmentation (by prosthesis or lipofilling) to have a more rounded buttock, and various other procedures that will allow the patient to have a more harmonious silhouette and gain a better self-esteem.
The nose is a central element of the face, it is one of the most visible parts of a person’s face. A nose, whether it is small or large, flat or pointed, will contribute greatly to the appearance of the facial features and the beauty of the whole face.
It is therefore no coincidence that today, nose surgery (rhinoplasty) is widely requested for purely aesthetic requirements, not functional ones (rhinoplasty can be indicated to treat respiratory problems).
Many patients hope to look at themselves in the mirror without being demoralised.
Thus, rhinoplasty is increasingly demanded by people who do not feel confident about their nose. And in many cases, this complex is not necessary since the nose has the right dimensions.
However, it is possible to have this procedure to get rid of an unsightly bump or to remedy an asymmetry of the nose. The psychological impact of this operation is important, and the result is definitive, so it is important to prepare yourself mentally for this operation.
A nose job is also one of the most popular cosmetic surgery procedures for teenagers today. Young people are the most likely to be criticized about their nose, faced with the mockery of their peers or simply because they want to change their face, they ask their parents to pay for the procedure.
Teenagers have high hopes for rhinoplasty and consider it as the best way to gain self-confidence. But the procedure must be justified, and the young patient must show that he or she is mature enough to undergo the operation.
For this reason, the surgeon will take the time to discuss the matter with the teenager and assess his or her expectations. The young patient may be asked to consult a psychologist if he or she has major complexes about their nose.
The time is long gone when cosmetic surgery was considered more for women than for men. Nowadays, men do not hesitate to take the plunge in order to get rid of a complex and to gain a better self-esteem.
Indeed, men are also claiming the right to have a rejuvenated face and a better figure. Thus, the various face lift operations are increasingly requested by men in the hope of regaining a second youth for example, forehead lift, temporal lift, cervico-facial lift. However, it should also be noted that some procedures are specifically intended for men, in particular gynecomastia surgery. gynecomastia surgery allows to remedy the excessive development of mammary glands in a man and to give him a more “masculine” chest.
Women or men, teenagers or adults, cosmetic surgery has become one of the best solutions to regain that much sought-after self-esteem, and to be able to display oneself in public without discomfort. The most important thing, however, is to be in tune with one’s new appearance and to have the necessary mental resources to accept the change made to a particular body part, because in many cases this change is permanent.