Executives And Plastic Surgery
Posted December 14, 2021 in Injectables & Fillers, Plastic Surgery News, by Dr. Fiorillo
Business thrives on competition. In order to succeed, many executives are now focusing more on their outward appearance in addition to their inner knowledge. Young and fresh faces can sometimes become a threat to those who have been working hard for many years in their particular industry. A new trend is on the rise for executives and highly paid professionals to receive cosmetic surgery.
Most people want to look as good as they feel; so many high paid executives are now flocking towards cosmetic procedures to give them an extra boost in competitive fields. A fresh outlook physically gives men and women a boost in confidence, as they feel like they can look as good as their younger rivals.
Some cosmetic surgeons are surprised at the number of executives who are receiving outpatient procedures on their lunch hours! A few years back, many people would opt for plastic surgery and the recovery time would be lengthy. As procedures are becoming more and more advanced, plastic surgery outpatient recovery is conveniently speedy.
Even though there is still a recession in the United States, there has not been a real decline in plastic surgery use. Most likely, this is due to the fact that it is now more critical than ever for executives to compete against their younger competitors and thrive in an economic downturn. Quick outpatient procedures such as Botox and microdermabrasion are now readily available, and require little to no pain and recovery on the patient’s behalf. People are finding the benefits to looking their best through cosmetic surgery is both painless and worth the extra money to look better.
Although statistics show that women are still more likely to get a cosmetic procedure than men, there are an increasing number of male patients now opting for plastic surgery. Men are no longer embarrassed to admit they want to look the best they can. The most commonly requested procedures from men are rhinoplasty and liposuction.
New developments in the industry may also increase the types of procedures that men are opting for. As research and technology continues to develop, plastic surgery is becoming more and more advanced. Stem cell research has even made a breakthrough in cosmetic procedures, and may soon be able to replace Botox and fillers. Using one’s own stem cells as opposed to synthetic materials being injected into the body will become a preferred naturalistic approach to millions. New fat burning and freezing procedures that are non surgical are also being researched, eliminating surgery altogether. As the industry continues to blossom, so do the advantages of cosmetic applications and procedures. All of these mentioned procedures can be performed by Dr. Fiorillo.
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