This may seem a little strange, but have you ever wondered why women - aka human females - are the only mammals to have full breasts at all times, even when not pregnant or nursing?
Now I could go into the evolutionary or adaptive theories as to why this is so, but your eyes would begin to glaze over and you’d toss this article aside.
In the last article, we talked about some of the emotional changes you’ll go through when deciding about and then having an elective plastic surgery. Now let’s talk about some of the physical aspects that will impact your results.
You walk into my office that first time feeling a mixture of excitement, anticipation, and yes - a little fear. You've waited for this moment for months, often years, and now, it's actually here. You are finally about to discuss that part of your body that you want changed, altered, fixed. It doesn't matter whether you're thinking about something as involved as a facelift or Mommy makeover or a "smaller" procedure such as fillers or Botox.
You've taken the first step away from just imagining it towards realizing your desire.
Exhilarating. And scary.
As you may already know, the best candidates for plastic surgery are those who are already living a healthy lifestyle, exercise regularly, and want to look and feel their best. This is a good thing, because while plastic surgery can do a lot of things, it cannot guarantee dramatic weight-loss, remove dangerous visceral fat that surrounds the organs, or consistently alter or improve blood chemistries such as cholesterol or triglycerides.
Choosing plastic surgery is a big decision. Please feel free to review a few important articles we've written. We're here to answer your questions.