To undergo cosmetic surgery, your overall health must be proper. Also, your expectations need to be reasonable and understand the possible risk factors linked to it.If the person has serious health issues like high blood pressure, a bleeding problem, depression, high blood pressure, or diabetes then should consult the doctor for better understanding. To make the final decision read this blog in detail.
How to make the final choice to have cosmetic surgery?
Your skin type and additional features should be kept into consideration while making the final decision. The given below list on different cosmetic surgery will make it easier to learn whether you are a suitable candidate or not:
- Lip augmentation
For a good candidate who is young & wants to change the look of the lips then consider undergoing lip augmentation. If you have one of these conditions then you are not a suitable candidate:
- Autoimmune disease
- Rheumatoid disease
- Allergic reaction
- Chin Implant
You are a suitable candidate if you have a weak chin or if the chin is not in balance with the nose. If your dental bite is impacted, you need to consider the option of jaw realignment. It is important that you focus on the risk factor or how it can get infected, or rejected by the body.
- Cheek implants
You are a suitable candidate if you are facing the issue of early sagging of the cheeks or the cheekbones are flat. You are not allowed to get the surgery if the skin sagging is in excess, and in that case you should get the facelift. It is important to learn about possible risk factors.
- Forehead/brow lift
Candidates with heavy eyebrows, frown lines, or deep forehead wrinkles can get this surgery. You are not a suitable candidate if you have an issue of scar or balding. After the surgery, it is normal to experience numbness on the scalp and forehead.
- Eyelid surgery (blepharoplasty)
Eyelid surgery is an ideal choice for candidates with puffiness, bags, or droopy eyelids. People with dark circles, crow’s feet, and fine lines are not able to get benefit from this surgery. Make sure to understand the blindness risk, visible scars, dry eyes, and eyelid pulling.
- Nasal surgery (rhinoplasty)
You are a suitable candidate if your nose is crooked or large, droopy, or bumped. You are not a suitable candidate if your skin is thick, children cannot get the surgery, or play contact sports. In around 15% to 20% of cases, additional surgery is required to get the best results.
- Face/neck lift (rhytidectomy)
You are a suitable candidate if the soft tissues and skin on the face & neck start sagging along with a double chin, jowls, and deep wrinkles. Your skin elasticity is an important factor, and your weight needs to be according to BMI.