When Enough Is Enough: Deciding When You Need Plastic Surgery
- Posted on: Apr 15 2017
Everyone knows that as you age, your skin starts to lose elasticity and your body just won’t look the way that it did in your teens and twenties. However, with so many people opting to get things like Botox and breast augmentation surgery done at a very early age, it can be hard to know when it’s necessary and when it’s just a luxury. If you have started to notice that things like your self-esteem and personal self-image just aren’t as positive as they once were, then you may want to consider getting plastic surgery. Here are three indicators that it may be time to throw in the towel and let Dr. York Yates help you out.
1.You Aren’t Confident
Nothing is quite as sexy as someone who has confidence. However, if you have started to notice that as you are aging, you are losing your confidence because you aren’t happy with the overall aging process, then it is an indication that you should consider getting some work done. After all, nobody deserves to feel unhappy with their appearance and the sooner you start to feel confident with yourself again, the better.
2. You Are Fixating
Have you noticed that everytime you look in front of the mirror you think something like, “If I could just fix these lines in my forehead I would be happy” or “If my breasts were just perkier then I would be happy”? If you are fixating on a simple-to-fix issue such as getting Botox injections or a breast augmentation done, then why wait any longer? Get that one thing done to your face or body that you have always wanted in order to get your self-esteem back to where it used to be.
3. You’ve Been Waiting
Do you have something on your face or body that you have always wanted to have augmented but you just have never pulled the trigger? If the answer is “yes”, then don’t wait another minute and get the procedure done. After all, you might as well live a life without regret and full of happiness.
If you have been debating whether or not you should get a plastic surgery procedure done, look at the above indicators as a sign. To learn more about both invasive and non-invasive procedures, contact Dr. York Yates’ office today to schedule a consultation.