When It Comes to Plastic Surgery, You Decide

At our plastic surgery practice in Louisville, we believe that you are the most important person in your decision for cosmetic enhancement. Plastic surgery is a personal choice that is selected for many different reasons. Several of my patients are hoping to look as youthful and vibrant as they feel, while others want to change something that has bothered them for years. No matter the motivation, cosmetic surgery should be a personal decision made in your best interests.

Inevitably, friends and family members will have their own opinions regarding your decision for plastic surgery. Although dealing with unsupportive loved ones can be challenging and frustrating, it’s nevertheless important to listen to their concerns. Oftentimes, friends and family respond out of fear because they have outdated or false conceptions about plastic surgery procedures. You can help ease their worries by thoroughly researching your treatment and choosing a qualified plastic surgeon. By carefully planning for your procedure, you are likely to have a successful surgical outcome.

Another equally important opinion that you should take into consideration is that of your surgeon. You will need to schedule a consultation with an experienced plastic surgeon who can evaluate your physical and emotional readiness for surgery. Through in-depth discussion, your surgeon will determine your motivation for surgery, set realistic expectations, and assess whether or not cosmetic surgery is the right choice.

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