5 Things You Should Stop Doing Now If You Want Plastic Surgery

October 6, 2014

If you are thinking about having plastic surgery, there are some things you should stop doing before undergoing the procedure. This is major surgery we’re talking here, not just a haircut. You have to take it seriously or you run the risk of jeopardizing your health. Our trusted Des Moines plastic surgeons have compiled a list of of what NOT to do prior to getting a plastic surgery procedure. One thing to note prior to reading this list, is that this applies to every type of procedure, even the seemingly minor ones.

 

1. Expensive does not mean better

 

Plastic surgery can range in price. Many patients automatically assume that the most expensive surgeons will be the most qualified. This is simply not true. There are plenty of Des Moines plastic surgeons that are quite affordable and offer quality services. Instead of looking mainly at the price tag, instead inspect before and after pictures and reviews from past patients. This is the only way to truly get a grasp on the capabilities of the surgeon.

 

2. Don’t have unrealistic expectations

 

Plastic surgery isn’t a magical fix for all your appearance problems. Things can go wrong and there is some risk involved. Every procedure will involve some sort incision site which will likely result in scarring. Some surgeons are more experienced and can do a decent job at hiding the scars, but it’s nearly impossible to hide them entirely. It’s also important to understand that most procedures aren’t permanent. You’ll likely have to get it redone years later.

 

3. Don’t be afraid to ask questions

 

This is your body. A stranger is going to be literally cutting into your body. You can’t be afraid around them. You need to ask questions and get comfortable with the surgeon. It’s likely you don’t have medical knowledge so a lot of what the surgeon will initially explain to you will be confusing. They will assume you understand them if you don’t ask questions. You need to thoroughly understand the procedure so you can better take care of yourself afterwards.

 

4. Stop comparing yourself to others

 

Every person’s body is different from one another. You may love Britney Spears’ nose but that doesn’t mean it’s going to look right on your face. Just as you may think that getting double D implants is the right choice but, if you have a small body frame, it will look odd. The size of implant, shape of nose and outcome of any other procedure need to be individually designed for your body type for the best results.

 

5. Stop watching plastic surgery on the Internet

 

It’s actually surprising but a lot of patients will spend the week prior to their surgery watching endless videos on the Internet about the procedure. Again, we will stress that every person is different so therefore every procedure is unique. Don’t scare yourself watching plastic surgery horror stories online because that will unlikely be the outcome of your procedure.

 

When considering Des Moines plastic surgery, schedule a free consultation with Dr. Franks at WDF Plastic Surgery. He is a well experienced plastic surgeon with a board certification. He can calm your nerves regarding the procedure and inform you of all the necessary facts and risks. For more information about plastic surgery in Des Moines, contact 515.421.4299.

 

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