[Guest Post]: Do you feel beautiful?

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Hi Beauties!

This is a guest post courtesy of Your Guide to Plastic Surgery.

If you do not feel beautiful, consider a plastic surgery procedure to enhance those areas of the body that you are not pleased with, or to trim excess fat from those problem areas. Plastic surgery can improve your appearance and provide you with an emotional boost at the same time.

Physical Effects of Plastic Surgery

Plastic surgery is a great option for those who have had an issue with their body over many years. For example, if you are not happy with the size or shape of your nose, rhinoplasty can reshape and contour your nose more to your liking. If you have always thought that your ears stick out too far, having your ears pinned to make them appear more sleek and sexy is always an option. If, no matter how much weight you lose on a diet, your thighs never seem to shrink, liposuction may be just the procedure for you.

Some common cosmetic procedures include:

* Breast Augmentation
* Rhinoplasty (nose job)
* Lip Enhancement (Botox is often used)
* Face Lift
* Chin Implants
* Brow Lift
* Tummy Tuck
* Liposuction
* Butt Lift
* Lap Band

Some less common cosmetic procedures might include:

* Buttocks Implants
* Calf Implants
* Breast Reduction
* Gynecomastia (Male breast reduction)

In most cases, the problems that you identify with your appearance may be improved with a cosmetic procedure. Cosmetic procedures make individuals appearance more to their liking resulting in more self confidence and a better perception of their bodies.

Cosmetic Surgery is for Men and Women

Plastic surgery procedures may be performed for both men and women. Certain common procedures decrease the signs of aging, reduce visible wrinkles and correct body issues that interfere with an individual’s ability to be the best they can be. If an individual has been self-conscious about a certain body issue over a long period of time, plastic surgery can rid them of the issue, giving them a whole new outlook on life.

Though more women opt for cosmetic procedures, plastic surgery is gaining in popularity for men as well. As men age, “jowls” begin to appear around the jawline. “Love handles” may appear around the waist line. Other issues may provide observers with tell-tale signs of a man’s true age. Plastic surgery can easily correct such issues, allow a man to look and feel younger and sexier.

Plastic Surgery for Physical Health

Some surgeries, such as Lap Band procedures, may actually enhance the patient’s health. Lap Band surgery installs a band around the stomach, limiting the size of the stomach. The individual gets full on a smaller amount of food at meals and, as a result, they lose weight. Lap Band surgery is an option for individuals who have dieted unsuccessfully in the past, and for those who may be morbidly obese. Many individuals have had Lap Band surgery for weight loss, and have subsequently lost the weight they have tried for years to lose. Lap Band surgery is highly successful and results from the surgery are astounding.

Plastic Surgery for Emotional Health

Plastic surgery will enhance an individual’s self-esteem and boost their confidence. More confidence and self-esteem causes the individual to experience a greater sense of well-being. Many recipients of plastic surgery report that their procedure changed their lives. You can visit this website to watch one woman’s
recovery from breast augmentation surgery.

Plastic Surgery Risks and Complications


All surgeries carry with them a certain level of risk. First and foremost, there is a risk of being anesthetized. For a small percentage of people, anesthesia presents greater risks than with the general population. Anesthesia risks increase with age. Heart problems may also increase risks of anesthesia. Discuss your personal risks that you may encounter while under general anesthesia.

Blood Loss

Many surgeries carry with them a risk of blood loss. If excessive blood loss occurs during surgery, the surgeon and anesthesiologist are alerted by a drop in blood pressure.


Surgery risks include infection. As with any surgery, there is a small risk of infection - actually less than 1%. Antibiotics are used to decrease the risk of infection during and after surgery.


A fairly uncommon risk with cosmetic surgeries is asymmetry. Asymmetry is where one side of the body is not perfectly matched with the other. For example, in a breast augmentation, one breast may appear larger or smaller than the other. Usually, a second surgery is required to correct this condition.


Seroma is a condition where fluid collects at or around the surgery site. Seroma may occur with liposuction, tummy tucks or breast augmentations. Seroma may be alleviated by your physician.

Though cosmetic surgery does carry some risk, the benefits far outweigh the risks. For better mental, emotional and physical health, cosmetic surgery provides many benefits for individuals who want to look better and feel better about themselves.
I hope this post was helpful to all out there who want to opt for plastic surgery. And last but not the least a bundle of thanks to the team of Your guide to plastic surgery for chosing my blog for guest post. Stay healthy and beautiful. Take care!

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