It is true that “beauty” is the most misunderstood defined word in any language. We often heard the sentence “Beauty is in the eye of the beholder” but we need to see more deep… the perception is the most important element when you are talking about beauty.
We all have different tastes, likes and dislikes, and this affects our definition and perception of beauty with regard to the woman and the job of a plastic surgeon is advice patients about their perception of beauty because so many misunderstanding exist.
With the globalization, in this time of life we see that the perceptions of beauty change, when a patient are choosing a cosmetic surgery procuring a survival advantage or maybe they are setting a new standard for beauty.
People understand that self-esteem, self-perception and self-confidence are intertwined, and they are taking advantage of the latest and innovative procedures and techniques for remedying a fat body, a sagging tummy or a prominent nose.
A plastic surgeon sees his patients and the importance of self-esteem, the new standard of beauty is focus in a healthy levels of self-esteem, to feel attractive, with a well-groomed appearance, including wearing flattering clothing, staying healthy and fit and eating nutritiously, having a great hobby and good social friendship and if any treatment exist which can result in someone feeling better about how they present themselves to the world is welcome.
Patients coming to find themselves, they want to look good . The treatments are more accessible and affordable than ever and are intended to give a younger, more vital look.