Thinking of Cosmetic Surgery


It is not uncommon to have people walk into the clinic for consultation holding tightly to a portrait of how they want to look immediately after waking up from anesthesia.”Doctor , this is how i want to look”. It would seem as though cosmetic surgery would transform an alligator into a butterfly.

People get cosmetic surgery for many reasons. Some want to look younger. Others seek to change a body feature they’ve never liked, some aim at restoring their confidence after losing their former selves to natural events like pregnancy, ageing or previous botched surgeries while some others just totally want to run away from themselves into a brand new body.

While the decision is a personal one, it is important to note that one of the keys to sailing through this ship is to set realistic expectations. However wild or unrealistic they might seem, after a first consultation with your surgeon, your perspective is most definitely going to be polished.
Cosmetic surgery will not create a totally different person, such as ,walking into surgery with a Nigerian accent and coming out with an American accent. It will not solve personal problems or leave you looking totally like someone else. But , you will most definitely be a better looking YOU, with greater self-confidence and additional sense of well-being.

This is very important because most people who are not pleased with their outcomes might not necessarily mean that a great job was not done, but, because they had an unrealistic picture of a complete physical, emotional, and possibly magical racial transformation. If they look in the mirror and not see a kardashian, then they are not satisfied despite accepting they look way better.

Successful results often depend, in part, < on how well you and your surgeon communicate. Make sure you feel comfortable with your surgeon and that you are open with him or her about your goals and questions. You must also be open for an honest professional opinion. Here below are some of the few things we like to highlight to our intending clients. Why Do You Want a Cosmetic Surgery? Many people have good reasons for seeking cosmetic surgery. They've thought it over carefully, are in good health, have good self-esteem, understand the risks of the procedure they're considering, and are doing it for themselves. Others, however, want to please someone else -- often their spouse or partner -- and the problem with this is that their hopes may go way beyond what the procedure can do and they might not realize it initially until after a beautiful procedure, the relationship they are hoping to save is still not salvaged. Ask yourself; What is it about yourself you want to change? What is your motivation for wanting the procedure? Are you doing it for someone else, or for yourself? How long have you wanted to do this or is it just spontaneous? What are your expectations and are they realistic? Does your surgeon agree that your goals are reasonable? This is very important because your surgeon definitely understands more about your anatomical make up than you might know. For instance, While all you see is a butt that needs a lift, your doctor sees an A-shaped, V-shaped ,H-shaped buttocks etc. These natural anatomical differences are unique and definitely affect the outcome of cosmetic procedures. It is important to note that while holding on to a portrait of your expected outcome, also have an open mind and think in the perspective your Surgeon brings on the best procedure to chose in order to have a better outcome.

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  • Lara

    How much does it cost to do a butt surgery

  • Funmi Fagbemigun

    Doctor I have scars on my butt and they’re really disfiguring the shape of my butt. Is there any way I can get rid of the scars and also get a liposuction?

  • Omowunmi’

    How much does Liposuction Cost

  • omowunmi

    how much does consultation fee costs

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