is it okay to improve looks with cosmetic surgery

When it comes to appearance, people never want to stop looking lovely. Whether you are a 20 year old wanting to have a sharper nose or a 70 year old looking to get rid of your turkey neck, cosmetic surgery has come a long way in the last 20 years and so has the people’s attitude towards it.

Where earlier, it was mostly the celebs and people in the media or entertainment industry who sought cosmetic procedures to enhance their looks, today almost everyone, from frazzled moms to young college girls don’t hesitate going under the knife to change their looks.

According to plastic surgeons in Pune, rhinoplasty, liposuction, breast augmentation and mini face lift are much more popular today, than they were a decade ago. After all, what’s wrong in desiring to change the way you look?

If some people do this through diet, exercise, and other lifestyle changes, there are some who want to change appearance with the help of cosmetic surgery, especially if they are unhappy with a certain aspect of their bodies that cannot be changed.

However, even though people’s attitudes towards cosmetic procedures have changed over the years, cosmetic surgery can still be a scary option.
“While we ensure complete safety of the treatment, one must think twice before considering any kind of surgical procedure” opine most cosmetic surgeons in Pune.


So if you are doubtful about a treatment, don’t have it done. The best thing is to speak to someone who is well qualified about your fears, expectations, actual process involved and results of a procedure you are considering.

Also, understand being unhappy with something about your appearance—such as a large nose, small breasts, wrinkles, or fat around your belly or hips is normal.
After all, we are surrounded with images of such perfection all around that it is not unusual to feel the pressure.

And the minor things we feel bad about our appearance, most people don’t even notice and don’t think of them as flaws at all. But if these minor issues about your appearance are affecting your social life, self-esteem and confidence, there is also nothing wrong in getting them corrected surgically, especially if you feel comfortable and confident about whatever you are having done.


Moreover, cosmetic surgery is not always about creating that wow factor about one’s looks. Most of the times, corrective surgery in Pune is typically done to improve a visible scar, skin condition, or malformed body part caused by an injury, a surgery, a disease, or a birth defect.

These problems if not corrected can affect one’s day-to-day life, including job, relationships, and self-esteem.
Hence, corrective surgery is performed to improve both a person’s physical functionality and emotional and social well-being.

So if you think you are mature enough to know what you’re doing and handle the consequences in the rare event something should go wrong, there is nothing wrong in getting surgery to improve the way you look and feel more confident and good about yourself.

Written by Anshulika Chawla

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