Plastic Surgery and Confidence: An Honest Exploration

Plastic surgery huh? This is like opening up a can full of worms. But instead of worms there are all these questions regarding beauty, identity and how much pain one would be willing to endure to achieve a killer facial structure go here. Let’s jump in, shall we?

Let’s first talk about the reasons why people choose to undergo surgery. It’s to fix something they see in the mirror that bothers them. Some people have a nose or ears so distorted they feel like Dumbo, the long-lost cousin of Pinocchio. Some people have suffered a traumatic event, like an accident or illness, and they want to feel normal again.

It’s time to get spicy. The beauty debate. Instagram filters, Photoshop and other tools have created a crazy world. Plastic surgery is just one more way to achieve an impossible goal. Is it more about being comfortable in your skin? It’s probably both.

Don’t forget the real wizards: the surgeons. These people aren’t only doctors. They’re artists using scalpels instead of paintbrushes. They don’t paint sunsets or even still lifes; they reshape noses and tuck tummies. They have to train for years before they can do this.

Plastic surgery is not the same as choosing your breakfast. It’s not a small deal. You’ve got to do your homework–researching procedures, finding the right doctor (someone who knows their stuff and isn’t just looking to make a quick buck), and understanding all the risks involved.

But let’s not be naive: there are risks. Even the best surgeons in the world can experience complications. You might also not be satisfied with the final results. You’ve probably heard the term “buyer’s remorse”. Imagine feeling the same way about your brand new nose.

It’s funny, but despite all of the possible downsides people are still queuing up for plastic surgeries like it’s Black Friday on Best Buy. Why? It can boost your confidence to the sky! Imagine that you love what you see in the mirror each and every time. It becomes a reality for many people who decide to take the plunge into surgery.

As we wrap up our roller-coaster tour through Plastic Surgery Land(patent-pending), let’s not forget that it’s ultimately a matter of personal choice.

Do what you want, no matter if it’s to tweak something or change that which Mother Nature provided you with. Hey, what if someone chooses to get a nose job or lip injections and ends up feeling fantastic? They should be commended!

You may not be able to implant anything in your feet, but you can feel good about yourself. It goes down to your toes. No surgeon can implant that. No need to use a scalpel. If we can’t get wrapped like a Mummy post-op, when can?

All right then! It’s time to wrap up this little heart-to -heart about plastic surgery.

You should always remember that beauty isn’t just about the surface. How we choose to face our reflections every morning can make a big difference. It goes to our very core.