How to have a safe Plastic Surgery?

First of all, make a thorough list, or perhaps diagrams, of which attribute(s) you don't like or want to improve. Pictures of your body parts can be used to convey your ideas with your physician. However, bear in mind that photos are just referenced points. Features you may discover attractive on someone else may not seem natural to you.

A: Evaluate your readiness for operation.

Am I mentally, physically and financially ready for surgery? Do I have sufficient time set aside for appropriate recovery?"
It's ideal to have relative stability in your life before undergoing plastic surgery. In case you've got serious issues such as a recent loss of a loved one, divorce, or unplanned occupation or career changes, it might not be the ideal time to consider for plastic surgery.

1."I wish to look good and feel better about myself."

If you can make yourself look good and smart through exercises then try it first before going for a plastic surgery.

2. "Someone else is whining about my look."

This isn't a good reason to have plastic surgery. You have to be confident and should never underestimate yourself.

3. "I'm depressed."

This is not a very good reason to consider plastic surgery. As stated earlier, psychological stability is the key to having a successful operation.

4. "I want it to save my job, relationship or marriage."

While one's job or marriage may be well worth keeping, getting surgery is certainly not the solution. If you believe your work or marriage is in peril, try to get to the cause of the issue. You might realize that once things are solved or are resolving you might no longer wish to have plastic surgery.

5. "I can see an issue."

This may be a great reason to undergo an operation. But, I advise caution because it might cause an ongoing desire for more operation only because you believe you find a problem.

6. "I anticipate improvement but not perfection."

There's nothing wrong with wanting to enhance what you already have.

7. "I have support from my loved ones and friends."

Having support from family and friends is important when undergoing any surgical procedure. Bear in mind that seeking support differs from wanting approval.

8. "I'm financially stable."

It isn't worth getting plastic surgery only to be left in debt. Not only do you will need to plan for the operation financially but also, you have to prepare for the possibility, unlikely as it may be, of complications, which might add to recovery time and financial responsibilities.

9. "Can I have the time?"

When assessing their recovery, most patients believe only the amount of the real operation. I'm constantly reminding patients that operation includes inspection, preoperative preparation, the surgery itself and the recovery interval. Physical recovery alone can last anywhere from a few weeks to months and, in some instances, longer.


In this way, you will for sure have a safe surgery and chances of plastic surgery fails are reduced. I wish you a best of luck with your surgery if you are planning for it.

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