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What Am I Going To Look Like After Breast Augmentation Surgery?

When it comes to breast augmentation surgery, a significant concern for many individuals is the uncertainty of knowing what their appearance will look like post-surgery. Fortunately, advancements in technology offer us the ability to visualize and discuss potential outcomes before undergoing the procedure. From 3D imaging to virtual reality simulations, we can show you almost exactly how your body is going to look after a breast enhancement procedure.

This will allow you to better visualize the implants on your own body and help you to make the right choice in terms of size and shape of your new breasts.

Visualizing Your Body Before Breast Augmentation Surgery

3D Imaging: A Peek into the Future You

3D imaging technology has revolutionized the breast augmentation consultation process, providing a detailed and personalized glimpse into your potential post-surgery appearance. During a consultation, your surgeon utilizes this innovative tool to create a virtual model of your body based on photos taken with the machine. This not only assists in exploring different implant sizes and shapes but also ensures a realistic representation of your unique physique.

The benefits of 3D imaging consultations extend beyond mere visualization. They empower you to actively participate in decision-making, offering a tangible experience that aligns your expectations with achievable results.

This is something that we offer to all of our patients, and it has been a game changer. Not only do our patients get to see their new breasts on their actual body, but it allows us to make changes on the fly with regards to shape and size, before the actual surgery is even scheduled.

The Power of Before and After Photographs

Before and after photographs also serve as a valuable resource in understanding the transformative impact of breast augmentation. These visual records provide a concrete representation of successful outcomes, allowing you to gauge the potential results and set realistic expectations based on past clients. During your consultation, take the time to review these photos with your surgeon, engaging in a discussion that delves into the specifics of each case.

Photographs act as a storytelling medium, showcasing the evolution of individuals who have undergone breast augmentation. Observing the transformations of others not only aids in visualizing your own potential results but also fosters a sense of connection and relatability. It’s more than just comparing images; it’s about gaining insights into the emotional and physical journey of individuals who have traveled a similar path.

Virtual Reality Simulations

The introduction of virtual reality simulations adds an immersive layer to the breast augmentation consultation experience. Imagine stepping into a virtual world where you can not only see but also feel the potential outcomes of your surgery. This technology transcends traditional visualization methods, offering a lifelike experience that allows you to explore different options and make decisions in a virtual space.

Virtual reality simulations enhance patient understanding by providing a holistic view of the potential results. It’s not just about the size and shape of the implants; it’s about how they harmonize with your overall body structure. The interactive nature of these simulations encourages a more profound engagement with the decision-making process, ensuring that the choices made align seamlessly with your vision.

Talking With Your Doctor and Accepting Suggestions

Communication plays a pivotal role in the pre-surgery visualization process. Interactive discussions with your surgeon go beyond the technological aspects, creating a space for open dialogue and collaboration. This collaborative approach allows you to express your preferences, ask questions, and make real-time adjustments to your treatment plan.

Building confidence through open communication is a cornerstone of a successful breast augmentation journey. By actively participating in discussions with your surgeon, you not only contribute to the planning process but also build a foundation of trust. This open dialogue ensures that both you and your surgeon are on the same page, fostering a positive and informed experience.

Remember, most people have never undergone breast augmentation surgery before stepping foot into the surgeon’s office for a consultation, but the surgeon has performed hundreds of these types of procedures. Listen to what they say and take their advice and suggestions to heart. They know what looks good and what doesn’t for a lot of different body types and will be able to help you make the best decision for the outcome you are looking for.

Choosing the Right Technology for You

As you embark on your breast augmentation journey, evaluating available technologies becomes crucial. Each visualization method offers unique advantages, and selecting the right one for you involves considering factors such as personalization, the immersive experience, and flexibility in decision-making.

Understanding the factors to consider when selecting a visualization method ensures that the chosen technology enhances your confidence and understanding. By discussing these considerations with your surgeon, you can make an informed decision that aligns with your preferences and expectations.

Managing Expectations

While visualization technologies offer remarkable insights, maintaining realistic expectations is key to a satisfying post-surgery experience. It’s essential to acknowledge the potential limitations of these tools and understand that the final outcome may vary based on factors such as skin elasticity and individual healing processes.

Addressing potential limitations requires open discussions with your surgeon. By gaining a comprehensive understanding of what these technologies can and cannot achieve, you contribute to a more informed decision-making process. Managing expectations ensures that you approach the breast augmentation journey with a sense of realism and confidence.

Technology Can Help Aid in Visualizing Post-Surgical Results

In conclusion, the question “What am I going to look like after breast augmentation surgery?” is now met with clarity and assurance. From 3D imaging to virtual reality simulations and computer-generated models, technology empowers you to actively participate in the decision-making process. As you explore these visualization methods, remember that each one contributes to a more informed, confident, and personalized breast augmentation journey.

Ready to embark on your breast augmentation journey? Schedule a consultation with our experienced team at Dr. Adams Plastic Surgery to explore these different visualization methods and ensure your expectations align seamlessly with the possibility’s technology can offer.

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Breast Implant Myths and Plastic Surgery Misconceptions – Who Should You Trust?

The internet is a great place to start when you’re thinking about having plastic surgery. There is an endless supply of resources and materials available right at your fingertips, whether you’re looking for a breast augmentation or just a non-surgical skin care procedure, the information is endless.

But among all the information out there, how can you be sure what you’re reading is really truthful?

We live in the age of disinformation. We’re seeing it every day, not just on the internet, but on our TVs and from people in our lives. Because the media networks these days seem to be all about ratings as opposed to facts, we’re often bombarded with news outlets trying to give us the news first, as opposed to fact checking everything and waiting to break a story until they have all of the information.

It’s for this same reason that the internet and people on the internet are spreading myths as truth at an alarming rate. Since the news cycle is so quick, once something hits Twitter (X), Facebook, or news outlets, it begins spreading like wildfire without people doing any sort of research to determine whether or not something is true.

How to Avoid Breast Implant Myths

When it comes to plastic surgery information, including breast implants, we always recommend that you talk with your doctor before jumping to any conclusions or decisions made based on what you read on the internet or even hear from friends. It’s totally ok for you to do your own research into the different procedures and treatments that you may be interested in but use that research as a foundation for questions to ask your doctor.

And please, listen to your doctor.

Just because you read something on the internet does not make it true. If your doctor disagrees with the information you found, and you don’t think your doctor is correct, then consider a second opinion. But keep in mind that your doctor has gone through extensive schooling and years of practice to get where they are now. Be respectful and ask intelligent questions and your doctor will treat you the same.

As much as we’d like to be able to tell you exactly how to weed through the misinformation on the internet, there’s no easy way. What you can do though, is make sure to get your information from credible websites, like those of doctor’s offices, researchers, and government sites. And not from places like Facebook, YouTube or other social media outlets.

With that in mind, what we can do is take a look at some of the biggest plastic surgery and breast implant myths and try to help you understand why these myths are not truthful.

5 Common Breast Implant Myths

Myth 1: Breast Implants Last Forever

Some people think that breast implants are like magical devices that never need to be changed. But that’s a myth! In reality, breast implants don’t last forever. Over time, they can get damaged or change shape, which might mean they need to be replaced.

Myth 2: Breast Implants Always Look Fake

You might have heard that breast implants make your breasts look and feel fake. Well, that’s not true for everyone. Today, there are different types of breast implants, and when done by a skilled surgeon, they can look quite natural.

Myth 3: Breast Implants Cause Breast Cancer

The truth is, there’s no direct link between breast implants and breast cancer. However, implants can make it a bit harder to find breast lumps through regular exams, so it’s important to talk to your doctor about the best way to stay healthy.

Myth 4: All Breast Implants Are the Same

Not all breast implants are created equal. Some people believe that all implants are alike, but that’s not the case. There are two main types of breast implants: saline and silicone implants, each with its own characteristics. Choosing the right one depends on what you want and what’s best for your body.

Myth 5: Breast Implants Are Maintenance-Free

Some think that once you have breast implants, you can forget about them. But that’s not true! Just like cars need check-ups, breast implants need to be monitored over time. You’ll need to see your surgeon for regular check-ups and be ready for the possibility of replacing or removing them in the future.

5 Common Plastic Surgery Misconceptions

1. Plastic Surgery Does Not Leave Scars

One of the most common misconceptions about plastic surgery is that the procedures do not leave scars. Unfortunately, anytime that you cut into the skin you’re going to leave a scar. However, plastic surgeons have the skills to minimize the amount of scarring as well as how to hide the scars in a way that they won’t be noticeable in most circumstances.

There are things you can do after your surgery to help minimize the scars as well. Your doctor can give you advice on how best to care for your incisions after your surgery to ensure that scarring is kept to a minimum.

2. Plastic Surgery is Reserved for the Wealthy

While the prices vary depending on what sort of procedure you are looking to get, or what outcome you’re looking for, in general plastic surgery is fairly affordable. Some plastic surgery may even be covered under your health insurance if it directly benefits your long-term health. For example, breast reductions and rhinoplasty, as well as reconstructive surgeries after an accident or illness are often covered, to some degree, by most health insurances.

The idea that all plastic surgery is only affordable to those with a lot of money is a common myth. However, you should take your time and consult with a few different doctors before undergoing any major plastic surgery. Just because someone is cheaper than the next guy, doesn’t mean it’s not worth spending the extra money. The cheapest option may not always be the best.

3. Recovery Is a Long, Painful Process

With any type of surgery there is going to be a recovery process, and in most cases, it’s not going to be an enjoyable experience. But the idea that all plastic surgery requires a long and painful recovery is simply not true. The recovery process will vary for different types of plastic surgery. Obviously the more involved the surgery the more difficult the recovery process. But plastic surgery methods continue to advance, making things a lot less painful and uncomfortable for the patient during the surgery as well as during the recovery process.

This is evident in Dr. Adams’ 24-hour fast track breast augmentation. By adjusting the way that a traditional breast implant surgery is performed, you will no longer be confined to bed or home for days after the surgery.

Doctors are always finding new methods to perform procedures that help lessen the stress on the body, and help reduce the amount of downtime a patient needs before they can resume normal day-to-day activities.

4. Plastic Surgery is Only For Women

Another common misconception about plastic surgery is that it is only for women. This idea stems from society putting such pressure on women to look a certain way, but the reality of the matter is that those social stereotypes pertain to men as well. And in the age of the internet and social media, everyone is trying to look their best for the camera, which includes men.

Between 2000 and 2018 the American Society of Plastic Surgeons reports that male cosmetic procedures rose 29%, and continues to trend upwards. The procedures men are getting may be different from the ones that women are getting, but the fact of the matter is more men are getting plastic surgery today than ever before.

5. Plastic Surgery is Unsafe

With any sort of surgery there is always going to be an inherent risk associated with it. Whether that comes from the procedure itself, the anesthetic, or the care afterwards, there is always going to be a risk of adverse side effects. But with the advancements in technology and the better understanding of the procedures being performed today, plastic surgery is safer than it has ever been.

If you’re concerned about the safety of a procedure, be sure to seek out only qualified doctors that can show you their credentials as well as their past work. There is always going to be someone out there looking to scam you or mislead you into taking your money without having the proper accreditation, training, or professionalism, and this is where you’ll run into problems.

There are thousands of plastic surgery procedures performed every single day, but the ones that you hear about in the media, the bad ones, usually come from an under skilled individual performing a procedure that they had no right to perform in the first place.

As long as you do your due diligence, speak with multiple doctors, ask questions, and verify that they are indeed licensed to perform the surgery you want, then plastic surgery is very safe.

Ask the Right Questions, Don’t Believe the Myths

As plastic surgery techniques and education continues to advance around the world, it will continue to become safer for everyone.

Be sure to seek out all the information you can, from reputable sources, as you begin to explore the world of plastic surgery. If pricing from one doctor seems too good to be true, when compared to other doctors in the area, there’s probably a reason for that.

Remember, this is your health you’re talking about. It’s the most important thing that we have in this world. Don’t risk your life by trying to save a few dollars. Always make sure that you do your research and ask the right questions before undergoing any sort of plastic surgery procedure.

If you’re looking to have a plastic surgery procedure done, or want to setup a consultation with Dr. Adams, please contact us via our website today!


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Celebrity Plastic Surgery Talk – Has Taylor Swift Gotten Plastic Surgery?

Arguably the biggest thing to happen to the NFL this year was Aaron Rodgers going down in his first drive as a New York Jet… The second thing would be Taylor Swift attending NFL games to see her “boyfriend” Travis Kelce.

Having Taylor Swift at any event or location is guaranteed to bring the media attention, whether good or bad. And whether or not you agree with the way the NFL has handled the new relationship, there’s no doubt that she has brought a lot more non-fans into the game of football than any other marketing campaign could have.

That being said, Taylor Swift is no stranger to attention and scrutiny. A star as big as her and as popular as her is going to be pulled through the media and dragged for any possible misstep she makes. But aside from the fact that she’s dated a few guys (which isn’t a misstep in any sense of the word), there haven’t been many, if any, negative aspects to her life that have come out in the media.

However, when it comes to beautiful celebrities who are constantly in the spotlight, there’s always that question about whether they’ve had plastic surgery or not. And since she’s the talk of the town right now, we decided to sit down, as plastic surgeons, and as fans, to talk about whether or not we feel she has any plastic surgery done over the years.

Taylor Swift and Plastic Surgery

As plastic surgeons in a lot of cases we can tell, or have a good idea, when a person has gotten plastic surgery over the years. In some cases, when the surgeon has done a great job, and the patient hasn’t requested to go overboard, it is much harder to tell.

Good plastic surgery should not be obvious while bad plastic surgery is going to be noticeable.

In the case of Taylor Swift, we do NOT believe that she has had any major work done over the years. Her facial structure and overall appearance has not changed drastically since she came onto the scene as a young teenager, and there is nothing obvious that stands out to us in terms of surgical work done on her face.

Is it possible that she’s had some botox or filler work in her face, absolutely, but from her facial appearance alone we do not see any indication of Taylor having any major work done over the years.

Yes, this could always be because she has a great, board-certified, plastic surgeon doing her work, but we’re leaning towards the more obvious answer.

In terms of the rest of her body, that is a little harder to determine. There have been talks over the years of her having a breast augmentation, but if she has, she still has a very natural look that suits her body type.

In our expert opinion, Taylor Swift has not had any major plastic surgery procedures done on her face, but may have had some minor filler work to remove aging lines and things of that nature.

She’s a very natural beauty.

Celebrities and Plastic Surgery

It is not uncommon for celebrities to go under the knife in order to maintain a certain level of beauty or youthfulness that their jobs require. Many celebrities have come out and said that they’ve had plastic surgery, while many others keep that aspect of their lives a secret from the public.

In some cases it can be very obvious when a celebrity has had some work done, but in other cases you’d never know. But the fact that these people are in the public eye and in front of our faces all the time, it’s easier for us to recognize more subtle or drastic changes in their appearance.

Anytime a celebrity comes out looking slightly different than what we recall of them, everyone automatically assumes plastic surgery, but that may not always be the case. People age differently, medical issues can cause changes in the way people look, and just the fact that maybe a person has retreated from the public eye for a while can change our we perceive them in our minds.

Plastic surgery is a great tool when in the hands of a great surgeon, however when in the wrong hands, the results begin to look more unnatural and can be more obvious.

Choosing the right plastic surgeon, one that specializes in the area you want to improve, is extremely important when it comes to the results you will experience.

If you’re thinking about having plastic surgery, please contact us today to setup a consultation. Dr. Adams is a board-certified plastic surgeon who specializes in breast augmentation among other procedures. And if he doesn’t feel that he’s right for your specific needs, he will be able to refer you to other surgeons that he trusts.

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5 Plastic Surgery Safety Tips Every Woman Should Know

We stress this all the time, the number 1 most important thing to us, when it comes to performing surgical procedures is safety.

Yes, we are also concerned about how you’re going to look and feel after the procedures are done, we want to make sure we properly manage expectations and discuss all the different options available to you. But at the end of the day, or goal is to make sure you are as safe as possible when going under the knife.

There are a number of risk factors to consider when it comes to plastic surgery whether it’s health, lifestyle, body type, current medication, etc. All of these things should be taken into account when a doctor is consulting you on having a surgical procedure of any kind.

Since plastic surgery is typically a voluntary operation, and not necessarily lifesaving, we need to consider more things before undergoing the procedures. If we, as doctors, don’t believe that the rewards outweigh the risks then we may recommend that you opt for a non-surgical procedure or some other kind of alternative solution to your problem.

This isn’t always because we don’t think you’ll benefit from plastic surgery, it’s just because, in our professional opinions, there may be too many risks involved with performing non lifesaving procedures on you due to varying reasons of concern.

How to Find a Qualified Plastic Surgeon

The 5 tips that we’re going to outline below all have to do with finding the right plastic surgeon for the procedure you wish to undergo. While pricing is a concern of a lot of people, finding the cheapest option is not going to be the best option, in most cases.

Just like getting a tattoo, plastic surgery is typically a permanent procedure that you are going to have to deal with for the rest of your life. If you go with the cheapest option, you may end up with less than stellar results after the procedure as well as down the road as your body continues to age.

You wouldn’t go to the cheapest tattoo artist who has done less than 10 tattoos in their life, you would go to the experienced artist who has credibility in the tattoo world, a portfolio of work, and years of experience.

1. Find a True Board-Certified Plastic Surgeon

We can’t stress this enough. Make sure you find a plastic surgeon that is board certified by the American Board of Plastic Surgery.

If your plastic surgeon is not certified by the American Board of Plastic Surgery, then you may want to look elsewhere. Just because a doctor tells you they are board certified does not mean that they are board certified from the American Board of Plastic Surgery. There are other boards out there that can certify doctors, but the ABPS requires significantly more in order to become certified.

Being a board certified plastic surgeon requires the following:

  • Medical School Degree
  • 3-5 year residency of general surgery and another 3 years of fellowship.
  • Specialty experience of at least 2 years in the field.
  • Member of the ASPS, ASAPS, or both

The difference between a plastic surgeon and a cosmetic surgeon is that a cosmetic surgeon is only required to complete medical school and have a 1-year fellowship in order to start performing procedures.

2. Find an Expert For Your Needs

The next thing you need to do in order to protect yourself and receive the best care possible is to find a board-certified plastic surgeon who specializes in the procedure you wish to have.

This means that if you’re looking to have breast augmentation a surgeon like Dr. Adams should be higher on your list than a doctor that typically focuses on rhinoplasty’s or something other than breast augmentation.

Going back to our tattoo analogy, you wouldn’t go to a tattoo artist who specializes in thin line, flower tattoos if you’re going to be getting a realistic portrait tattoo. It just doesn’t make sense.

Find an expert in the specific field of plastic surgery that you’re considering and then make sure they are board certified with the American Board of Plastic Surgery.

3. Look at Society Membership Members

Another great way to find qualified surgeons is to look at the two main plastic surgery societies. The Aesthetic Society and the American Society of Plastic Surgeons only accept members that are board certified from the American Board of Plastic Surgery and also operate in an accredited facility (which we’ll talk about next).

So, if you’re looking for a great starting place when searching for a doctor, these two societies are a great place to look as there are strict requirements for being a member.

4. Operate in an Accredited Facility

While we understand that price is a factor when choosing a plastic surgeon, you want to make sure that your surgeon works out of an accredited facility and not a backroom or sketchy office.

Accredited facilities are actual operating rooms with strict safety and health procedures in place. They are inspected regularly and held to very high standards when it comes to sterilization and cleanliness.

Finding a surgeon who operates out of an accredited facility will help keep you safe from any outside infection or issues that you may run into during or after surgery. They also allow for proper, registered, anesthesiologists to be in the room monitoring you as you undergo the procedure.

5. Do Your Research on The Surgeons

The last thing we recommend that you do, when it comes to plastic surgery safety, is to make sure you visit with a few different doctors before deciding who you’re going to go with.

Setup 3-4 consultations and sit down and talk with the actual doctor. Ask questions about their practice, education, portfolio, and more. You want to be able to get a feel for the doctor and get to know them a little bit before deciding on who is best suited to operate on you.

In the same sense, talking with the doctor also allows the doctor to get to know you and understand exactly what you’re looking to get out of a surgical procedure. It can help them manage results and provide you with a better understanding of how the procedure works and what is realistic.

Safety Should Come First in Plastic Surgery

The main thing you want to remember is that plastic surgery is still surgery, even though it’s cosmetic and voluntary. You want to make sure you’re in the best hands possible and in the safest environment.

Yes, there are many plastic surgeons around the world that will perform some of these procedures for a lot cheaper than you may find in your area, but is the price worth the risk when it comes to your life?

Remember, the skill of a plastic surgeon will make your results better and will also make the healing process less miserable. A skilled plastic surgeon knows the proper way to make incisions and the proper way to manipulate the body in a way that results in less pain and less recovery time.

Doing your research ahead of time and choosing a real board certified plastic surgeon who operates out of an accredited facility, with the proper skillset to ensure your procedure goes as smoothly as possible, may cost a little bit more, but your body will thank you in the end.

If you would like to setup a consultation with Dr. Adams regarding a surgical procedure, please contact us today!

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5 Things and Procedures We Wouldn’t Do as a Plastic Surgeon

As the plastic surgery industry continues to grow and as technology and procedures advance, a lot of times we get asked the question, “Are there any things or procedures that you wouldn’t do as a plastic surgeon?” And as you grow as a surgeon and gain more experience, you start to realize which procedures have the best outcomes, which produce the best results for our patients, and which ones are most cost effective and produce the best results.

Every surgeon out there, as they gain experience, will tell you that there are certain procedures that they just will not do anymore. This can be for several reasons, whether it’s that they don’t see the results that they like, most patients aren’t happy with the outcomes, or it could just boil down to the fact that the surgeons just don’t like performing them. If you find a plastic surgeon out there that will just do anything that the patient asks, you might want to take a step back and reconsider your surgeon and/or seek out a second opinion.

Plastic surgery is an extensive practice with procedures that span all spectrums of the surgical field, but if you really want to get the best-of-the-best when it comes to plastic surgery, which you should be looking for, seek out a surgeon who specializes in what you’re looking to have done.

Now of course this might not pertain to all plastic surgeries, including non-surgical enhancements, but for complex surgeries like breast augmentation, butt lifts, tummy tucks, and more, it’s important that you find a surgeon that you are comfortable with and understands the intricacies of the procedure that you’re looking to have done.  

You probably don’t want to go to a hand surgeon specialist who just so happens to also offer breast lifts, if that’s the procedure you’re seeking out.

Knowing that, let’s look at 5 things and procedures that Dr. Adams and Dr. Rohrich wouldn’t do anymore as seasoned veterans in the plastic surgery world.

Plastic Surgery Procedures We Will No Longer Perform

Thread Lifts

Thread lifts have come and gone over the years, and many plastic surgery offices still offer this procedure to this day. A thread lift is a non-surgical facelift procedure that uses threads under the skin to help pull the skin into place and help to produce collagen.

This is supposed to help reduce wrinkles and help your face look tighter and more youthful, but in our opinion they don’t work very well, they don’t last very long, and can be prone to infection. Not to mention they are quite expensive for what you’re getting.

Foxy Eye Procedure

Have you noticed these days that a lot of celebrities and media personalities have that “cat eye” or “foxy eye” look? You know the one, where the outside corners of the eyes almost appear to be pulled back into more of an exaggerated point than looks natural? In some cases people are getting surgical procedures to permanently have that look.

Don’t do it. You can get a similar look from using make-up and you won’t be stuck with the foxy eye look once the fad goes out of style. This is one of those procedures that does not look natural, and it changes the whole look of your face, and it’s permanent.

Overdone Fillers

This has been an issue for a while now and the patients that have received too much filler stick out in a crowd. There’s nothing wrong with a little botox or fillers to remove aging lines, wrinkles, or to plump up your thin lips or cheek bones, but there’s a way to make it look more natural and a lot of people go too far overboard.

Some of these fillers do not dissolve as easily as others, and this can cause all sorts of problems down the road and make it much harder to return to your original look if you choose to. Fillers should be used in a way that presents the patient with the most natural look possible without reaching the point of no return.

Permanent Fillers

Most fillers used during non-surgical procedures are technically considered temporary. Some of them dissolve on their own over time and some of them can be dissolved using an injectable agent, but there are some fillers out there that are considered permanent.

While there is only one approved permanent filler in the United States, we do not like to use permanent fillers in our patients for a couple reasons. For one, people go overboard, as we mentioned above. They want this plumped lip look or high cheek bones, that just don’t appear natural on them and if we do that, there’s no going back. Secondly, the face is always changing. No matter what procedures you do, surgical or non-surgical, your face is going to continue to age with you and just because your face looked good with permanent fillers at age 40, doesn’t mean that your face will look good with them at age 50 or 60.

Overdone Plastic Surgery

We pride ourselves in the work that we do as plastic surgeons, so we refuse to overdo plastic surgical procedures on anyone, even if they are begging for it. Plastic surgery should be used in a way that creates a natural look that the patient can be happy with for years to come.

We’ve all seen videos and pictures of plastic surgery horror stories from people that get addicted and can’t stop having procedures done, and they look extremely unnatural. Extremely large breast implants don’t look good, especially if you have a smaller, more petite frame. Overdone facial procedures can have you looking completely unnatural and can take a huge toll on your self-esteem as well as your body over time.

There are also many other health complications that can come from overdoing plastic surgery. Tissue can stretch out to the point where it’s no longer fixable, having multiple surgical procedures can take a huge toll on your body and your overall health, and not to mention it can slowly become a true addiction that can be hard to break.

Having a doctor that can help you understand what will look good and what won’t is extremely important in selecting a surgeon. If you’re talking a surgeon who is consistently telling you that they can do whatever you want, then you may want to seek out a new doctor, one that actually has your best interest in mind instead of their own bank account.

Plastic surgery is an art form. It requires precision, skill, and a great understanding of what will look good for certain people and what won’t. It also requires the ability to withdraw yourself from a situation, or communicate with your patient, when you don’t feel that a certain procedure is the right one for them.

Not everyone is going to like hearing no, but in the long run you’ll be a better surgeon and you’ll get more positive feedback from patients that will outweigh all the people you may have to turn away.