The Fading Stigma of Plastic Surgery… and Why It Should Matter to You

The body of your dreams awaits… with a little cosmetic help, of course. Once a highly guarded secret, plastic surgery has undergone a perception transformation. Getting a bit of work done is no longer something to hide; celebrities and even regular men and women proudly tell the world. The stigma behind plastic surgery is fading and if you want to look and feel great, now’s the time to book your consultation with Dr. Singer. What’s holding you back?

The popularity of plastic surgery is on the rise. Let’s take a quick look at a few of the driving factors.

Minimally Invasive Options

Cosmetic surgery used to involve big cuts, long scars and missed work for recovery, but things are changing. Minimally invasive treatments greatly exceed the number of surgical treatments performed each year. For example, last year, there were almost 14 million minimally invasive cosmetic treatments, compared with just 1.6 million cosmetic surgical procedures performed in the U.S. Botox alone saw a record setting 6.7 million treatments performed.

Minimally invasive options make cosmetic enhancement more accessible. They often require a shorter recovery period than their surgical alternatives and tend to be more affordable. Best of all, the results are more subtle than surgery, allowing people to look better without making a drastic change. Minimally invasive options like injectables, minimally invasive body contouring and IPL make cosmetic surgery available to the masses.

For those surgical options that are available, results are looking better than ever. Breast augmentation looks surprisingly natural (when done correctly, of course) and a facelift no longer looks tight and pulled. New techniques and better surgical methods mean stunning results whether you opt for minimally invasive treatments or surgical options.

Celebrities Love Cosmetic Surgery

Another one of the driving forces behind the increasing acceptance of plastic surgery is Hollywood. Celebrities are known for the red carpet good looks, but most can’t achieve them without a lot of help. Celebrities are well known for their love of Botox (Kelly RipaSimon CowellJenny McCarthy, and many others admit to using it) and Iggy Azalea recently admitted to breast augmentation. If you love the look of your favorite celeb, remember, they didn’t get there alone. And you don’t have to either.

The stigma of plastic surgery is fading and we love the possibilities that this opens up. No longer do you have to endure a nose you don’t like or breasts that are too small. You can proudly create the body of your dreams. Call Dr. Singer today and schedule your appointment.

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