Shedding the Stigma Surrounding Cosmetic Surgery

I'm on a personal mission to get rid of the stigma that still surrounds cosmetic surgery in many regions. Why am I on this mission? A small surgery changed my life, and I have never regretted it. I was a very shy child with little confidence due to my protruding ears. It sounds like such a small problem to many people, but it affected me and my self esteem greatly. I saved up in high school while working a part-time job, and as soon as I could afford it, I got my parents to agree to let me have my ears "pinned back" when I was 16. My confidence skyrocketed immediately, and I finally began enjoying life for the first time. I want to help others facing similar problems know that they are not alone, and I hope I can touch many lives with my new blog!

Considering Cosmetic Surgery? Here's How To Make The Process More Convenient


If you're thinking about getting cosmetic surgery, you may wonder how you can make the process more convenient and results less obvious. Here are a few things you can do to make sure that your plastic surgery experience is a pleasant one overall:

Plan Plenty of Time Off

Before scheduling any appointments to talk about having plastic surgery done, it's important to make sure that you have plenty of time off from work and other commitments. Request a week or two off from work, and once approved, reschedule all your other commitments within that timeframe, so it's completely free.

You can then work on scheduling your plastic surgery and recovery period within this timeline and ensure that you aren't overworked or too stressed out to recover properly. If you don't have the downtime for recovery after your surgery, you may find that it takes days, if not weeks, longer than it should to feel like yourself again.  

Hire a Concierge

Hiring a cosmetic surgery concierge is an excellent way to make sure that everything goes smoothly and that you have the resources you need to properly plan, execute, and recuperate from your cosmetic surgery. Your service provider will do everything from recommending doctors and book your appointments to plan a recovery regimen and get your meals prepped for you until you're ready to get back to "regular" life.

All you have to do is tell your concierge what type of work you'd like done when you want it done, how much time you have free before and after the surgery, and the kinds of rejuvenating options that are attractive to you, then they will take care of all the details.

Create a New Overall Look

If you're worried about how people will react when seeing you for the first time after having plastic surgery, consider changing your look a bit so there are many changes to notice and people can't pinpoint the surgery itself. For example, you can get a new haircut and style right before your surgery or replace your glasses with a different color and style.

Alternatively, you could dye your hair at home, shop for a few new pieces to add to your wardrobe, get your ears or face pierced, or change your makeup in some way to make yourself look different after you have plastic surgery. The more visual changes you make to your appearance, the less likely it will be that people notice the surgery you've gotten. Everyone will gradually begin to recognize and get to used to your changes, and before you know it people won't question your new look at all. 


28 December 2016