Going Under the Knife or Needle
What’s it all about?
For many people the idea of getting some sort of plastic surgery or Botox can seem a scary thing, as with most things that may scare us, I believe it is a lack of understanding. There is an endless quantity of reasons as to why someone may decide to use these approaches, and to shine some light on them I will go through some of the more understandable explanations.
Maybe not the kindest name for Something which has improved so many lives worldwide, botulinum toxin (more commonly called Botox) has been raising and holding portions of people’s bodies and faces in a type of natural stasis since the late 80s. Although this chemical compound has existed for longer, it wasn’t until Richard Clark used it to resolve a forehead asymmetry which occurred because of a left-sided forehead nerve paralysis that occurred during a cosmetic facelift.
With that story, we’ve got the first and among the most common reasons why many people opt for Botox, which is to achieve symmetry. We don’t want perfect symmetry, as we’ve all seen the Photoshop versions of celebrity face mirrored on themselves and they just don’t look right. What we want is healthy symmetry, and surprisingly enough that may be simple enough to lose especially in the facial build that’s held together by such delicate muscles.
When something disrupts the naturally-occurring symmetry in a face it becomes immediately noticeable and can affect anyone’s life detrimentally.
Using Botox to restore symmetry is Surprisingly straightforward and can help restore confidence or defeat insecurities that might come with a disturbance to your face’s symmetry.
How many times have you smiled or frowned in your life? A fast way to measure this is to examine the lines that form around your lips and eyes, lines that tell a story of an emotional journey that brought you to this moment.
Something about this might have been sacred to people of the past, but today a visage of childhood is simply seen as more desirable. Botox is a fantastic way to eliminate any wrinkles or lines which aren’t due to sun-damage or gravity.
Although some might believe it’s easy enough to do this kind of treatment by themselves, I believe it is always best to go to a professional to avoid the cost and embarrassment of a botched injection removal.
As the title would suggest, a lip flip Is the injection of Botox into the upper lip to flip the appearance of the lips, giving the best one a fuller and therefore more attractive look. It tends to create a natural pout that verges on a grin, this may be very useful for those in the modelling community.
Thankfully the use of Botox has replaced the previously used silicone, which at its time was great for those working in the silicone injection removal marketplace. Just like a line or wrinkle removal through Botox, I highly suggest going to a professional and not risking the repercussions of a mistake on your part.
Cosmetic surgery is often split into two different parts which function quite different functions, reconstructive surgery attempts to literally rebuild parts of the body back to a more ‘normal’ form, whereas cosmetic surgery attempts to improve the individual’s beauty. From rhinoplasty being practiced in India to Romans developing early techniques in earlobe repair operation, these practices have their roots in reconstruction but are practiced now in both forms of plastic surgery.
Whether reconstructive surgery or Cosmetic surgery the efforts are made in an attempt to improve or re-enhance the quality of life of the individual. The reasons why someone pursues any plastic surgery might be greatly contentious, but there are plenty of reasons which can be understood by anyone given they put themselves in the shoes of their pursuer.
More commonly known as a “tummy tuck“, abdominoplasty is a practice that removes excess skin or fat from the middle or lower abdomen in order to tighten the underlying muscle and fascia. This is typically acceptable for patients who have recently gone through a pregnancy or a major weight loss that has left the extra skin.
With three general goals being Desired through mammoplasty, we can divide it into what’s called a”boob job”, “breast reduction”, and”breast lift”.
A breast augmentation or”boob job”, which augments the breasts through the insertion of grafted fat, silicone gel, or saline. This was initially used to treat macromastia in women.
Next of course is reduction Mammoplasty or”breast reduction” which does the reverse of a”boob job” by eliminating black or skin tissue. This has and continues to be used to treat back and shoulder pain in women experiencing gigantomastia.
Eventually a mastopexy or”breast lift” Describes lifting or reshaping of the breasts to reduce the saggy appearance. This is typically used after large weight loss or pregnancy, much like abdominoplasty.
Also often just called lipo, is the elimination of Excess fat through a surgical vacuum that literally sucks unwanted fat from areas of the body. While this is perhaps the most common plastic surgery in the United States, it has been proven that it only has a short-term effect and if long-term results are desired there are not as invasive techniques.
Another common cosmetic surgery after Pregnancy, vaginal rejuvenation post-childbirth can greatly restore a woman’s confidence in their self-image after the effects of one or more births. It has been achieved in a myriad of ways over time, but in modern times it can be accomplished with no needle or knife through the use of cryogen-cooled monopolar radiofrequency technology that delivers volumetric heating at precise temperatures to stimulate robust neocollagenesis.
So whether you are considering one of These many options or just wish to know why people choose these avenues, I hope This article has been a useful guide or tool in your own enlightening. Remember Whenever you pursue any plastic surgery or Botox to do your due diligence into The legitimacy of this clinic and practitioners before you go under the knife or needle.