4 Ways That Cosmetic Surgery Can Be Good For Your Emotional Health

4 Ways That Cosmetic Surgery Can Be Good For Your Emotional Health
10 Apr 2020

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Cosmetic surgery is often seen as an elective procedure. It can be much more than that. Depending on your situation, considering a facelift or some other cosmetic procedure could have a profound impact on your emotional state. What good can come from this type of solution? Here are four possibilities to ponder.

Correcting Something that Bothers You

Cosmetic surgery may be something that you never considered before being injured in an accident. The aftermath left you with some scarring that is apparent every time that you look in the mirror. It’s sobering to face your current appearance when you brush your teeth, wash your face, or attempt to shave. That face you had before the injury is one you would love to have again.

With cosmetic surgery, there’s a good chance that the damage can be partially or completely corrected. The only way to know for sure is to consult with a surgeon and find out what can be done. If what you hear sounds good, have the procedure. After you’ve healed, what you see in the mirror will not bother you as much.

Making It Easier to Get Out of the House

If you’re uneasy about your appearance, even quick trips for essential errands can be arduous. A part of you believes that everyone you pass in the street or in the supermarket immediately zero in on that thing you notice when you look in the mirror. There are days when you put off going anywhere simply because you don’t want to deal with the furtive glances or the look on children’s faces when they see you coming.

Once the procedure is done and you’ve healed, this reason for living like a hermit is removed. You can move around in public and feel as if you blend in with everyone else. You may even relax to the point that you stop worrying about how to avoid calling attention to yourself while in a public place.

You Enjoy Personal Interactions Without Feeling Self-Conscious

It’s not just the stares of strangers that make you uneasy. Since the accident, you feel uneasy spending time with friends and relatives. Even video calls are not something you want to do, since that means the other person sees your face.

There’s no reason why you should not be able to freely interact with the people you care about and who care about you. If undergoing a facelift or any other form of cosmetic surgery will eliminate the problem, do it. Being able to enjoy chatting and spending time with the people you love will do wonders for your emotional balance.

Cosmetic Surgery socializing with friends

You Might Even Start Hosting Some Social Activities

After the cosmetic procedure, there’s no doubt that you will feel better about accepting invitations and mingling with people more often. There’s also a good chance that you will do more than respond when someone invites you to partake in some sort of activity.

Now that you don’t perceive your appearance as a liability, you might invite some friends to meet you for dinner. Perhaps you’ll have a party at your place. You may even be the one who organizes an online video chat so that you can enjoy a spirited conversation with several loved ones at some time.

If you’re unhappy with your face for any reason, do consult with a surgeon. After a full evaluation, you will have a better idea of what can be done and what results to expect. Once the work is done, you’ll be amazed at how much better you feel about yourself.

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Craig Silva

Craig is a husband, a father, team leader, travel and food writer, senior youth group coordinator, designer, brander, community builder, volunteer, and social media strategist. Craig likes to travel, go camping, go on road trips, watch movies, build stuff, operate the grill, and sing with his band. Craig is a member of the Travel Media Association of Canada. In June 2017, PR firm Cision identified Craig as one of Canada’s top 10 most popular male bloggers in the parents and family space.

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