Who doesn’t want to look great at a wedding? In the age of social media, photo sharing and tagging; that pressure is doubled. Everyone has a digital camera, and if you are not posting images of yourself online on some social network, your friends (and possibly your enemies) are posting them for you.
Whether in the wedding party or just hoping to party in the wedding, you can ensure you look your absolute best – which can include options for plastic surgery.
New medical statistics are showing that the number of brides getting pre-marriage plastic surgery is steadily on the rise. Dr. Carlin Vickery has confirmed these trends in pre-wedding plastic surgery procedures and treatments.
In a recent interview release with PR.com, the leading New York City Surgeon described a recent case with a patient: “I did a scar revision on a really ugly shoulder disfigurement caused by an earlier shoulder surgery. The bride wanted to wear a strapless Oscar de la Renta gown but felt self-conscious about the scarred shoulder. Post-surgery the scar went from beet red to flat and white. She looked and felt gorgeous in her wedding gown.”
Extensive surgery is not the only order of the day either. Dr. Vickery has also removed several unsightly raised moles from the face of a bride to be with gorgeous results.
Is plastic and cosmetic surgery a new trend in pre-wedding planning? In a recent survey, it was revealed that whopping 10 per cent of future brides now undergo some kind of plastic and cosmetic corrective surgery or treatment before their wedding. This includes pre-marital injections of Botox and fillers.
The surge in pre-wedding plastic surgery is attributed not just to social media but the growing diversity of plastic surgery options available today. Plastic and cosmetic surgery is safer and more cost effective than ever before. Likewise, the technology is becoming so advanced that the period of time necessary for recovery has become greatly reduced. Nevertheless, if these recent statistics are true, it seems more and more brides are going to be getting plastic surgery in the future.
Whether you are the bride to be or someone who just wants to look their best for all those wedding photos on Facebook, there are plastic surgery options available for your consideration. Contact one of our representatives and we can arrange for a free consultation with a local board certified professional. We want to give you the service you want and the treatment you deserve. Call or contact us today!