ARBONN CONSULTANT ONLINE Featured Article
By Bobby Ryatt
CONSIDERING PLASTIC SURGERY
Regardless of where you are on life journey, we know
why you are here right now. Whether you are considering
plastic surgery, looking for a plastic surgeon,
researching plastic surgery procedures, or just plain
ready to leap into plastic surgery, you are here because
you want to make a change in your life that requires
more than just positive thought.
Whatever cosmetic procedure you are currently
contemplating, we understand why you are here. You ve
lived with it, tried to accept it, hoped others wouldn t
notice it, and hated several times over before finally
reaching your decision to go under the knife and make
some physical changes.
Before you proceed any farther, we want to share a few
thoughts with you to hopefully enhance your cosmetic
surgery experience and create a basically enjoyable
transition from the old you to the new you. Learn about
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THE NEW YOU
First and foremost, no matter what, you are you. You are
a unique individual with gifts and talents and
weaknesses and faults. You are human, and by the very
definition, imperfect. By no means are we suggesting
that you have to accept your weaknesses and faults, just
as if you had a short temper would we dissuade you from
trying to alter that short fuse we are not trying to
convince you to reconsider your plastic surgery choice.
Rather, we want to help you prepare.
First, it is recommended that every individual
considering undergoing plastic surgery for any reason
consult a licensed psychologist. This process does two
things. One, it eliminates the question of why you want
to alter your body. Once you can define it
satisfactorily for a clinical practitioner, then you
have also defined it for yourself. This makes a huge
difference when explaining to family and friends your
decision, especially when it s mom s carbon copy nose
you re trying to change.
Second, it helps prepare you for the changes you can
expect to go through should you decide to proceed with
reconstructive plastic surgery. Regardless of the
procedure, you are about to alter a piece of your body
that has been with you since birth. However, you are
only altering a piece of your body, the person you are
will remain the same. A professional can just check in
and make sure that you are really internalizing the
THE BASIC FACTS
Rhinoplasties, otherwise known as nose jobs, are among
the most common reconstructive plastic surgery
procedures performed. The procedure is fairly simple,
though not pleasant to talk about. The very basic
description of the nose job involves a precise
fracturing of the nose, which is then reshaped into
place to form a more appropriate nose for the face. Care
is taken to be sure nasal passages are not obstructed
and finished project is basically taped into place while
the fracture heals. When healing is complete, the nose
now takes on a different shape.
Nose jobs are considered one of the easiest and
reasonably priced reconstructive procedures to have
done. They are also among the most popular, aside from
accumulated body fat it is one of the body parts that
people are most likely to notice. One that is too large
is pointed out from the time we are in grade school.
Rhinoplasty has fallen under multiple categories
according to the specific procedure required. Nasal
augmentation, revision rhinoplasty, nasal surgery, nose
surgery, nasal plastic surgery, and secondary
rhinoplasty are all various forms of the same procedure.
A few, though rarely, fall under partially covered
medical insurance claims.
The average age of the nose job recipient is rapidly
decreasing. Twenty to thirty years ago, nose jobs were
the distinction of wealthy women in their early
thirties. Today, young ladies are requesting nose jobs
instead of cars for their sixteenth birthday. This has
some critics up in arms. There are those who proclaim we
are teaching young women to resent their bodies in
pursuit of perfection and turn to cosmetic surgery
instead of self acceptance and self love.