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The Basics of Facial Plastic Surgery

Each person is unique and tackles life’s challenges in his or her own way. A person’s physical appearance is subject to other’s opinion that is based on his personal perception. However, most of of the time, our definition of beauty is based on things we do not have. It is this gap between reality and how we perceive things that has increased the demand for facial plastic surgery.

The desire to be perceived in a better light is only natural since we are in a constant interaction with other people. If it is your first time to meet someone, it would be his face you would scrutinize. Our tendency to create a first impression based on facial features is the major driving force behind facial plastic surgery. And this is true for both genders, especially since the number of male clients are also on the rise and at the moment holds quite a chunk of percentage in the plastic surgery market.

Facial plastic surgery has become commonplace in many parts of the world. It’s popularity is going strong. People view physical appearance subjectively and it is constantly shifting. People’s view of beauty is also subject to what is popular at different periods of time. These basic types of preferences, along with client expectations and the existing physical

anatomy are some of the considerations plastic surgeons must think about. Since clients pay for their surgeries out of the pocket, they are entitled to the result that they wanted to achieve based on their preference.

There are different kinds of facial plastic surgery procedures but the most popular ones are facelifts, rhinoplasty or nose job, blepharoplasty or eyelid surgery, otoplasty or cosmetic ear surgery and ear implants. If you prefer non-invasive procedures, there are also plenty of injections available like botox and ulthera.

For some, facial plastic surgery can be a cause of worry because it entails skeletal shape manipulation. It is therefore imperative that you take the time to find a surgeon who is reputable, well-experienced and can present valid credentials. You also need to research and know what to ask.

In selecting a surgeon, three important questions must be answered. Credibility is necessary, so ask if he is certified by the board to do facial cosmetic surgery. Because there are different types of surgery, the second question to ask is if he specializes in any procedures or more of a generalist? Lastly, you need to establish if he has a well know reputation so ask the range of number of his yearly surgeries.

The answers for these three questions can help you select best from among the sea of surgeons.

Jason Brown

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