Amanda Bynes has been under the spotlight a bit recently, and not least because she’s revealed that she had a nose job to correct a marginal (at best) fault – in her words ‘remove skin that was like a webbing in between my eyes’.
It’s a topic of hot debate on the Internet as to whether the surgery was necessary, and the jury is still out, but some of her recent tweets have been very revealing. She’s commented on every aspect of the way that she looks, from her hair, make-up, style and weight through to her recent foray into cosmetic surgery. Whether using Twitter as a kind of surrogate style psychologist in this way is a good idea remains to be seen, but the message to people who are considering going under the knife is pretty clear.
It’s about the whole package.
A good surgeon, who is part artist, and part technically gifted surgeon, can change small aspects of your looks to reveal a new, better looking you. Dr. Naderi is one of the best in the business, specializing in rhinoplasty and revision rhinoplasty, as well as ethnically sensitive cosmetic surgery, but even he can’t correct your dress sense!
Joking aside, surgery isn’t the complete solution in the quest for perfection. For example, surgery can help you to lose weight fast (think liposuction) and can even help you keep the weight off (think gastric band), but it can’t help you eat well and healthfully. Only you can do that.
Your body, and your surgeon, will thank you. Taking care of your body, your health and your total well-being are all part of the solution. Give your artist (surgeon) a great canvas, and the result will be so much more impressive.
To learn more about facelifts, revision and plastic surgery, and non-invasive procedures, please contact us at 703-481-0002 in Virginia or 301-222-2020 in Maryland for a consultation today.