I was curious about different cosmetic procedures for the face, body, breasts for men and women and in researching, I some FAQ’s I thought were interesting Id like to share should you ever need some information. I have written and shared many articles over the years on cosmetic procedures but these are facts and faq’s to consider.
There are so many cosmetic procedures available today and they are improving the outcome and that’s a good thing because no one wants to be a guinea pig whether it is for a cosmetic procedure or even a prescription. And that is a whole other topic I have an opinion about.
First I found that you have to decide if you are a candidate for a particular procedure like:
A Face Procedure like a peel, Lip Fillers, Non-Surgical Eyelid Lifts or Microdermabrasion
For the body: Skin Tightening Thermage, Coolsculpting, Fat Dissolving Injections
Then, of course, there are procedures for breasts to include Augmentation or Breast Reduction, Areola and Nipple Reduction Surgery and some of these procedures are available for men as well as women.
So in making a decision on any of these procedures or the many others that could be offered you would want to decide if the results would suit patients’ age and lifestyle. It is recommended to choose procedures to help you look good for your age rather than try to “look younger”. As for how you look can help you feel better about yourself and the way others treat you.
Cosmetic procedures are not for everyone, but cosmetic procedures are not only gaining interest, becoming more popular and are being more refined.
And when you start a consultation there are many online questionnaires that can be taken to show patients that they may be suffering from depression, body dysmorphic disorder, or other personality disorders. A patient having surgery to please someone else, or in reaction to a major life stressor is not a good candidate to proceed. Luckily most patients are doing it for the right reason – themselves.
Then before having a procedure, you would need to read and understand agreements they would be required to sign before proceeding. And how you would prepare before the day of a procedure, like fasting, what not to drink or eat, can all cause complications.
What should I do after the treatment?
They would give you a set of instructions as with any procedure to follow once you get home.
I actually found FAQ’s and this information at Absolute Cosmetic Medicine and I am sure all clinics would have different sets of guidelines, questionnaires, services, and procedures. So you would want to take some time to decide on any kind of cosmetic procedure and understand what you would be having performed. It may take more than one consultation and would be great to have written questions to ask the doctor, even on a second consult to satisfy all of your questions and concerns before moving forward for your choice of procedure.
I have many articles related to cosmetic procedures that are interesting and informative, see here and I hope this has been a bit of useful information when considering any kind of cosmetic procedure.
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