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Cosmetic Surgery – Will It Really Change Your Life?

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Summary:
Thanks to recent advances in surgical techniques and equipment, cosmetic
surgery is more specialized than ever. You can literally have the fat
sucked out of your thighs through liposuction or your breasts enlarged to
your idea of perfection with saline or silicone implants within just a
few hours.

And cosmetic surgery isn’t just a predominately female deal any longer.
Men are having all sorts of cosmetic surgical procedures done these days.
Everything from nose jobs (rhin...


Keywords:
cosmetic surgery,plastic surgery


Article Body:
Thanks to recent advances in surgical techniques and equipment, cosmetic
surgery is more specialized than ever. You can lit erally have the fat
sucked out of your thighs through liposuction or your breasts enlarged to
your idea of perfection with saline or silicone implants within just a
few hours.

And cosmetic surgery isn’t just a predominately female deal any longer.
Men are having all sorts of cosmetic surgical procedures done these days.
Everything from nose jobs (rhinoplasty) to face lifts to eye lifts are
fair game in the male arena these days.

The technological advances that have made cosmetic surgery easier and
less expensive, not to mention a great deal less painful than in the
past, do not account for the meteoric rise in the number of people having
plastic surgery, nor for the fact that it has now become common for both
genders.

This rise is, in fact, more due to the fact that in American culture
there are few things more highly prized than a person’s looks. Studies
have been done that prove the more attractive a person is the more likely
they’ll get a job, regardless of how much more skill and experience other
people applying for the same job may have.

Images of perfect men and women on television, in print ads, movies,
music videos and everywhere else have made people in our culture believe
that if they just look a certain way, then everything else in their lives
will be fine, even great.

And with famous celebrities touting their cosmetic surgery in front of us
daily on television and in movies, it’s easy for anyone to believe that
if we just looked better, our lives would be perfect.
Now the reality is that a nose job changes just that: the nose. It does
nothing to lift a burden of debt or exchange a lackluster love life for
the romantic adventure of a lifetime.

Yes, having cosmetic surgical procedures done can give someone a quick
boost to their self-esteem, but it won’t last as long as the nose job
will unless they do some serious positive thinking and inner work along
with it. Confidence and self-esteem come from the inside, and changing
the outside will only bring temporary relief for those who suffer from
deep feelings of inferiority.

So before rushing out to the nearest cosmetic surgeon, anyone considering
cosmetic surgery should take a good look at their inside first! If having
a cosmetic surgical procedure done will add to their life, great. It’s
probably a good idea and will enhance their self-esteem and bring them
pleasure.

But. If a person thinks that any cosmetic surgery procedure will change
their life and make their life perfect (or make them instantly successful
and eliminate all their problems), they are in for a rude awakening, I’m
sorry to say. Unless the necessary inner work is done to match the outer
work, a person can actually become even more insecure than before which
often leads to deep depression.

Why? Because they’ll ultimately be disappointed over the fact they’re
still pretty much stuck with their same old self. The person in the
mirror may look better, but if they haven’t taken stock and gotten rid of
negative thinking about themselves, they won’t really feel better —they’ll
just have a perfect sexy cleft in their chins or bigger boobs that they
didn’t have before.

Cosmetic surgery is not something to undertake lightly or to be used as a
method for changing your life, but when done to enhance your life and
give you a feeling of satisfaction and/or pleasure, then by all means,
find a properly licensed cosmetic surgeon.

Ask for their advice and counsel, as well as their credentials and
experience in whatever procedure you want to have done. If the fit
between your desires and the cosmetic surgeon’s expertise is right, by
all means, have your cosmetic surgery and enjoy—just don’t expect it to
change your life!

				
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