Diagnostic Atlas of Common Eyelid Diseases

 
 

Great Tips for Anyone Thinking about Cosmetic Surgery

 

Getting cosmetic surgery is not a light decision. You need to take your time and research the surgery you are having done, before committing to it. It is important that you find out as much as you can beforehand. Here are some things you need to consider, when you are deciding to have cosmetic surgery done.

 

You will probably have to remove hairs before the operation; ask your surgeon what method is best. Usually, waxing is the best solution, but you might be able to shave if you do not have a lot of hairs. Your surgeon should be able to recommend the better method and the best products.

 

When contemplating cosmetic procedures requiring surgery, it is wise to request a fair number of before and after photographs prior to scheduling your operation. By assessing the true potential as well as the limitations of your chosen procedure, you will head into the process with realistic expectations of what is achievable, thereby avoiding possible disappointment.

 

Before you decide on plastic surgery, consider other options that are available to you. Sometimes there are measures far less severe that could be taken to address the issue. You might be able to get satisfactory results by simply using make-up, going to a dermatologist or developing a better beauty regimen.

 

Check to see if your surgeon is qualified. When considering cosmetic surgery, you want to be sure that the surgeon you are using is competent. Check online reviews. Contact the medical board. If the surgeon is board-certified, and ask about any complaints. Checking the surgeon out now can save you a lot of grief later.

 

Before going under the knife, always seek out a board-certified cosmetic surgeon. It is imperative that you get to know your surgeon. Ask about his qualifications, and certifications. Request before and after photos. If possible, speak with former patients. A good surgeon will be proud to show off his best work, and will always be forthcoming about qualifications.

 

You should keep your expectations of the results of plastic surgery realistic. Most procedures are about just an improvement over what you already look like and will not create a new face. If the procedures are centered around body contouring, remember that this is not a weight loss procedure but will merely improve the shape of your body by a few degrees.

 

Finding out what you need to know, before you have cosmetic surgery, is important. Use the tips in this article to help form a foundation of knowledge about the surgery. Then you'll have a better idea of what to expect. Find out as much as you can, and you will make smart decisions about your surgery.

 
 

2 thoughts on “Diagnostic Atlas of Common Eyelid Diseases

  • 3.0 out of 5 stars
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    Jerry

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    An excellent book,however I am disappointed with lack of color photographs,the black and white ones are of good quality but color photographs are the norm these days when stained tissue sections or histological ones are presented.
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    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Excellent book, February 8, 2008
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    A. Kahana (Ann Arbor, MI, United States) –
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    This review is from: Diagnostic Atlas of Common Eyelid Diseases (Hardcover)
    This is an excellent book. The photographs are well chosen and of high quality, the writing is clear and succinct, and the subject matter well organized. It is a pleasure to read and browse, and an excellent reference. I highly recommend it.
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