I have been thinking about cosmetic surgery procedures recently. No… not necessarily for myself! I have a couple of friends (one in Canada and one in the US) who are considering the prospect of having Botox and Liposuction. Both my friends want to know more and knowing how I love to research stuff, they have asked me to check it out. I have found some quite interesting and differing opinions about many procedures available today.
A lot of people spout there are NO health benefits to cosmetic procedures like botox and liposuction. I tend to disagree with that train of thought. Some folks who opt for these kind of treatments, it is more of an esteem issue. When a person diets and exercises regular, but still have these little fatty deposits in their belly and such, they tend to get discouraged. So if a little liposuction to remove the deposits help boost morale, then a person can and will feel better about themselves. It is well-known that a person who feels good about themselves are usually healthier. I am not advocating either of these procedures, because every person should find their own path to self-acceptance. I am just saying I can not hold it against anyone for choosing cosmetic surgery.
Now we are left with the questions… What Doctor to choose? What are the risks? What is the cost? You might think cost is the most important feature to look for, but I do not believe it is. First, and foremost, you want an accredited doctor. One who will take the time to answer your questions and concerns like this site on Lipo Montreal . You can also find information on Botox Montreal, as well. In the end, it boils down to what knowledge and experience your doctor has and what you can gain from it. Cosmetic procedures should not be taken lightly…. Educate yourself before undertaking this choice.
Most reputable doctors can be found on the internet and I suggest you start there when considering any procedure. They will also proudly display their accreditation in some sort of format like this below…
I firmly believe everyone has their own beauty. So I say to each his own. I am proud of my wrinkles (by golly, I earned every one). My love-handles (well it has been some time since I have had a waistline), so maybe I may think more on this.