How Much Is Too Much Plastic Surgery?

Published on: November 30, 2017

There are TV reality series dedicated to plastic surgery gone wrong, and people who have went overboard with plastic surgery. While most people who choose to get plastic surgery prefer a natural, tasteful appearance, there are others that have changed so many features that they no longer look like themselves. If you have already had one or two procedures, should you be concerned about having too much plastic surgery?

There are many people who have undergone several cosmetic surgeries, yet you would never guess if you just met them. Especially when managing the signs of aging, cosmetic surgery can be done at different stages. A mini-facelift may be done in the 40’s, a neck or eye lift in the 50’s and a complete face lift in the 60’s. If performed by a talented plastic surgeon, the results can look natural; the goal in lift procedures is to retain the same appearance, only more youthful. The same person may have also had liposuction or a tummy tuck, to keep their body looking young to match their face.

When done correctly, there may not be such a thing as too much plastic surgery. However, when a person begins to look unnatural or puts themselves in a financial bind due to plastic surgery, it may be time to consider limiting trips to the plastic surgeon.

There are many plastic surgery procedures that can help boost your confidence and look your best. Deciding how many surgeries you want to consider is a personal choice, but it is important to have a plastic surgeon you trust and that cares about your health and well being. A reputable plastic surgeon will advise against too many procedures that will make you look unnatural or jeopardize your wellness.

Posted on behalf of:
Beverly Hills Center for Plastic & Laser Surgery
120 South Spalding Drive #236
Beverly Hills, CA 90212
(310) 288-0641

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