As women we all have parts of our body which we would like to change, we may want to lose a bit of fat here and there or get rid of that cellulite that’s suddenly appeared out of nowhere. If nothing you do is working, and you tired of your strict diet and gym classes all week, you may start to consider plastic surgery.
There are many different kinds and forms of cosmetic plastic surgery – from liposuction to tummy tucks to breast enlargements or reductions. Some of these surgeries are necessary for your well being, for example a breast reduction- this is usually done if a person has back problems caused by large breasts, but often people have cosmetic plastic surgery, because they want it and they can, like Botox or liposuction.
We all want the perfect figure and body and having this cosmetic surgery is one way to get what you desire. However, there are also risks involved with this, as there are with any surgery so before you make up your mind, be sure that plastic surgery is what you want and is worth it in your mind. Don’t forget that with beauty, comes pain and initially, after your operation – whatever it is, there will be some pain involved so make sure it’s going to be worth it.
Once you have thought long and hard about it and have made the decision to go for the surgery, you need to prepare yourself for the operation and the aftermath.
Here are a few tips
- Like any surgery, you must not eat after 12pm the night before the operation, because of the possible effects of the anaesthetics on the body.
- Make sure you have someone with you at the clinic or hospital, especially for after the procedure- to drive you home or just sit with you in the hospital if it is one of the more major operations.
- You also need to ensure you have any necessary medicine or supplies which you may need when you get back from the hospital. Your doctor will have given you strict instructions for after your surgery and you must follow these carefully as a cosmetic plastic surgery is not something you want to go wrong.
- Once your body has healed and you are up and well and showing off your new figure/ body/ look, you must remember to take care of yourself and maintain that look.
Nicola has recently undergone cosmetic plastic surgery and wanted to highlight a few important factors to remember.