14 Mar Plastic Surgery goes Mainstream
It is becoming apparent that plastic surgery is becoming less of a privilege for the well to do and famous, and is becoming more common among everyday people.
Overall, we seem to be a much more youthful society than our parents generation, and both invasive and non-invasive cosmetic procedures have played an integral role in our fountain of youth.
Plastic Surgery and minimally invasive treatments are about improving lifestyle. Of course on the visible level it is about changing aspects of appearance, but on a deeper level it is about feeling good about yourself, as well as sometimes also being able to do things that you might not have been comfortable doing before.
Both surgical and non-surgical procedures are becoming more popular, and becoming part of day-to-day maintenance. Views have been shifted and anti-aging procedures are commonly seen as an important investment and part of an enhancement plan for the rest of our lives. Botox® treatments and filler treatments of Beautical®, Restylane® or Juvederm® have been compared by some as to having their hair cut and color maintained.
One should have realistic expectations of the results. While the signs of aging cannot be prevented, they can be minimized to create a more youthful appearance.
Please contact our office to arrange a plastic surgery consultation with Dr. Leonard Harris, or to arrange a non-surgical facial consultation with our nurse injector Angie Taplin.