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Cosmetic Surgery

 

 

“There is no excellent beauty that hath not some
strangeness in the proportions.”
    - Francis Bacon


It is often seen that the person who can project the best self-image makes the best impression In today’s competitive society, modernization and changing life-styles have made people realize the necessity for an improved and better self-image.

Self-image has many components, but one of the most-important is “appearance”. Appearance has become an important aspect of modern-life. People today would not only want to look good from outside but would also like to feel good from inside. A change in the appearance of an individual would mean a change in one’s personality and a change in one’s personality would lead to success in one’s life and career. Current research suggests that beauty is vital in terms of mate selection and competitiveness within society. Exercise, skin care and nutrition are important, but can only do so much. Real structural change requires more. The availability of aesthetic surgery (or cosmetic surgery) offers many patients a chance to correct congenital aesthetic defects as well as defects brought on by ageing and environmental factors.

There is nothing wrong with wanting to change the way you look. Some people do this through diet, exercises and other life style changes. Some opt for surgery, especially if they are unhappy with a specific aspect of their body or appearance that cosmetic surgery could alter.

People with a good self-image tend to function effectively in their work, feel secure in their relationships and interact positively with others. Sometimes, the correction of even a minor cosmetic defect can make a major positive change, substantially increasing feeling of well-being and self-worth.

Post-operative subways find that those satisfied with the results perceive benefits including.

 

Greater self-confidence
Improved social-lives as well as inter-personal relationships.
Success and recognition.
    Whilst there are no clear dividing lines between the ‘normal’ and ‘abnormal’ studies have shown that attractive people

    perform more successfully and are accepted more readily by other people.
Emotional & physical wellbeing
   An improved appearance has a direct positive effect on one’s self-confidence & image, which inturn affects emotional

   and physical well-being.
Happiness
   Whatever you are unhappy with, your face, your eyes, your neck, your nose, your breasts, your chest, buttocks & thighs,

   your hair on back of it, you will be amazed what can now be achieved with minimum risks and maximum

   results – obviously safely. Your happiness can be returned to you for the asking.