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In the Eye of the Beholder

In the Eye of the Beholder

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So, You Think You Want Cosmetic Surgery?


She first thought about it weeks ago.  Now it’s decision time.  Does she schedule the first appointment with the surgeon or forget about it!

Well, to be honest she’s thought about it for years.  Watched the guys ogling the girls with the big boobs since high school!  Watched and envied.

Then there was that girl she went through school with.  What was her name?  It doesn’t matter.  What is important is how she became the brunt of all the jokes when her chest far exceeded the norm.

These are two perspectives and two different stories.  You may think they are unrelated but they aren’t.  Each girl has the same deep-seated anxieties about her appearance. 

Both women want to act on a course of treatment that will potentially change their lives forever.  Is either decision right or wrong?  No. 

More people are opting for cosmetic surgery than ever before.  While some procedures are purely cosmetic others are what we should perceive as necessary.

Take our first example above.  Who are we to judge if her choice of breast augmentation is right or wrong?  The other example could very easily fall into the category of normal and necessary.

Breast reduction surgery can prevent years of problems with the back and spine. What some women consider as a point of envy is a source of constant pain for those who own the problem.

Of course not everyone falls into either of those categories.  Across the country there are other procedures that are done every day.  Some of them are:

  • Liposuction
  • Rhinoplasty
  • Body Contouring
  • Implants

As the focus on fitness becomes more popular the natural result is weight loss.  Many people who experience significant weight loss find that they are left with folds of skin after natural weight loss or even after liposuction.

The course of treatment to follow is body contouring to eliminate the unsightly skin. Another popular body contouring procedure is a tummy tuck.

Facelifts, nose jobs and body implants are all on the current menu for those who are looking at changing their appearance.  And, of course, there’s always Botox!

Any surgery is considered risky business. We’ve all heard about the horror stories.  Some of us have even seen some of these horror stories in living color on television.  Sadly, once done it is very difficult to go back and redo botched cosmetic procedures.

The best way to insure that you don’t receive unexpected results is to know what you are doing up front.  The more you know about the procedure you desire AND the surgeon actually doing the procedure, the better prepared you will be for the outcome.

Your best source for that enlightenment is “In The Eye of the Beholder.”  Not only will you read a complete overview of the different procedures available but you will also discover how to select a surgeon.

If you’ve seen any of those television programs we discussed earlier, you understand just how huge that is.  Don’t get stuck with a surgeon who will have you looking like something out of a Frankenstein movie.

Find out about bones.  Rhinoplasty and nasal reshaping often means breathing better not just reducing or reshaping the nose for cosmetic purposes.

And, facial surgery isn’t just about reducing wrinkles.  There’s also chin and cheek implants.  Often these are required due to various injuries, again not just for cosmetic purposes.

Having the name of your “one true love” tattooed on any body part should require some definite consideration.  Some people jump into the idea without any thought to the future.

What are you going to do when the undying love and devotion results in a breakup or divorce?  Hmmm, didn’t think about that after your third margarita did you?

Tattoo removal is fast becoming one of the most sought after procedures.  While it technically isn’t cosmetic surgery, since it is so popular we included it along with information on other laser treatments.

Speaking of non-reversible techniques, what about hair?  You’ve got an entire chapter devoted to hair removal and restoration procedures.  Again, technically not cosmetic surgery but does warrant its own niche.

If you or someone you care about is considering cosmetic surgery get the answers to all your questions and questions you haven’t even thought about.

“In The Eye of the Beholder” will do exactly that before you make the decision.  Plus, we take away the risk with a 100% money back guarantee. Get your copy today.  You’ll be happy you did.