Every new year, it’s the same thing. People get excited about how they’re going to change or improve for the better. They make countless new year’s resolutions.
Then February rolls around and it’s business as usual, the new year’s resolutions mostly forgotten. But there are some resolutions that are easier to keep than others. If you’ve been thinking about plastic surgery, 2018 is as good a time as any to take the first steps and learn more about specific procedures. Here are a few surgeries you might want to resolve to think about in the new year.
Put the Finishing Touch on Your Weight Loss Goal with Liposuction
One of the biggest myths about liposuction is that it’s a surgery that helps you lose weight. If that were true, don’t you think more people would be trying to have it? In truth, liposuction won’t help you lose weight. But it will put the finishing touch on your weight loss journey. If you worked hard in 2017 and lost quite a bit of weight, but still have lingering areas of fatty deposits, liposuction can be the ideal option for you.
Make it your resolution to speak with a plastic surgeon to learn more about the surgery and whether or not it’s right for you.
Turn Back Time With Facial Surgery
Few things can make you feel more self-conscious or down on yourself than looking in the mirror and seeing sagging and drooping that wasn’t there yesterday. While plastic surgery like a brow lift or facelift won’t actually make you younger, either or both will make you feel and look younger. If you’re getting tired of seeing the signs of aging work their way across your face, resolving to learn more about your options when it comes to anti-aging, facial rejuvenation surgery can be the perfect resolution to make this new year’s.
Get More Comfortable With a Breast Reduction
Although for years, it seemed that all any one wanted was to have large breasts, the reality is that when breasts are too large, they make life really difficult. Overly large breasts are physically uncomfortable and can contribute to neck, shoulder or back pain.
If you’re thinking “you don’t have to tell me that,” then it might be time for you to consider a breast reduction. Breast reduction surgery involves removing excess fat and tissue from the breasts, reducing their size and altering their position on the chest. The result is smaller, perkier breasts. You’re also less likely to experience pain and discomfort. Plus, it will be easier to find bras and shirts that fit.
Feel More Confident with Rhinoplasty
While you don’t want to look at plastic surgery as the answer to all of your problems nor do you want to look at it as a “magic fix,” surgery can make you feel better about yourself. One way it does that is by changing something that you’ve long been unhappy about.
For many people, the one feature they feel unhappy with is the nose. Noses can be too big, too small, an unusual shape or crooked. No matter what your specific nose issue is, if it’s been bringing you down for years, make 2018 the year you do something about it.
Resolve to schedule a consultation with an experience plastic surgeon to discuss your options for nasal surgery. It might be that your nose isn’t the issue, your chin is. Or it could be that you’d benefit from a quick fix in the form of a liquid rhinoplasty. Of course, for plenty of patients, surgical rhinoplasty really is the best solution to their problem.
Plastic surgery is often a great new year’s resolution because it is easy to get started on the path towards achieving it. The first step is to book a consultation with a board certified plastic surgeon. Dr. Paul Vitenas is one of the highest rated surgeons in Houston, Texas. He specializes in breast and body procedures and performs a variety of facial plastic surgeries as well. To learn more about your surgical options, call 281-484-0088 to schedule a consultation with Dr. Vitenas today.