Quick Comment: Regular People in “Sin City”

regular people get plastic surgery in Las Vegas

Most people associate Las Vegas with excess and glamour. The city is known for catering to all kinds of vices and has a reputation as a place where “anything goes.” However, even in one of the most glamorous cities in the world, the majority of people having cosmetic surgery are just regular folks looking for natural results. Often when I tell an acquaintance or colleague that I’m a plastic surgeon in Las Vegas, they immediately presume that all my patients look a certain way. But nothing could be further from the truth. I see men and women from all walks of life who have a wide range of cosmetic goals.

Bigger Isn’t Always Better

The majority of women seeking breast augmentation want their new breasts to look proportional to their body type and appear as natural as possible. The very large, plastic look most commonly associated with Playboy playmates is not the norm in Las Vegas, or at least not at my practice. A natural look is increasingly popular.

Aging Gracefully

Facial rejuvenation treatments are increasing in popularity, especially those that deliver subtle results with minimal recovery time. For example, people interested in facelifts prefer the natural, “did she or didn’t she?” look of Demi Moore to Joan Rivers’ extreme, pulled-back features. A face that appears to have aged gracefully is desired over one that does not show emotion or appears even waxy.

If you are considering plastic surgery in Las Vegas or another in-style metro area, I’m sure there are plenty of highly-qualified plastic surgeons who can refresh and enhance your appearance with a natural result.

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