Getting plastic surgery, especially on your precious face, is a big decision. It is best that before you make this kind of life-altering decision, you do your homework. Small Business Promote found this article at WebMD that offers a lot of valuable information about facial plastic surgery. The article offers ten tips to consider before making your decision. One of the most important tips included in that article is your motivation for having plastic surgery done on your face.
“You don’t want to be thinking, ‘I must have this surgery because it will give me a new life,'” Dr. Michael Powell, a facial plastic surgeon, and consultant at WebMD had to say, “It has to be the other way around — I’m already comfortable with who I am, but my body image isn’t right. I look old, angry, tired, and would feel more confident, feel better if I improved myself a bit.”
Of course, unless you have been in a serious accident and your face was damaged, the decision to have facial plastic surgery is about the way you look. There’s no getting around that. We all want to look, and thus feel, our best as we age. There are other ways to age gracefully other than facial plastic surgery, as discussed in this blog post from a renowned facial plastic surgeon, Dr. Farrior.
And speaking of Dr. Farrior, our research led us to believe that Farrior Facial Plastic Surgery is your best bet for a facial plastic surgery procedure.
Dr. Farrior is a sixth-generation physician and facial plastic surgeon who has lived and worked in Tampa, FL for most of his life. He has been in practice since 1987 and has operated out of his own surgical center, Farrior Facial Plastic Surgery, since 1995.
Due to the complex anatomy of the face, head, and neck and its visibility to all, Dr. Farrior has chosen to focus exclusively on facial plastic surgery, including cosmetic and reconstructive procedures. He continually refines his knowledge and skills through teaching and his association with the American Academy of Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery (AAFPRS) and the American Board of Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery (ABFPRS) and is actively involved in the Tampa Bay community. He is also an active member of the international facial plastic surgery community, contributing his knowledge at major events like the International Symposium of Facial Plastic Surgery.
After reading this blog post, if you are considering having facial plastic surgery, please by all means leave a comment below and let’s discuss any questions or issues you may be having before making this life-altering decision.