Sex, Lies and Cosmetic Surgery blends refreshingly candid stories from over 100 women with cutting edge research to deliver powerful, provocative insights into the ways cosmetic surgery impacts women's lives....
|Title||:||Sex, Lies and Cosmetic Surgery: Things You'll Never Learn from Your Plastic Surgeon|
|Number of Pages||:||408 Pages|
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Sex, Lies and Cosmetic Surgery: Things You'll Never Learn from Your Plastic Surgeon Reviews
Whether or not to have cosmetic surgery is one of the biggest decisions a woman will ever make. This book will make that decision much easier.The first question to be answered is: Why? If your self-image is in bad shape, cosmetic surgery can make a huge difference in your personal life (and your sex life). If your "problem" is deeper, like clinical depression or Body Dysmorphic Disorder, a mental health professional will help a lot more than a plastic surgeon.Do not choose your surgeon based on his (usually it is a man) TV ads, or because he is a member of your church. Go to more than one surgeon; feeling comfortable with him is most important. After he agrees to do the surgery, disclose all medical problems or conditions you may have, no matter how small, and all medications you are taking. The doctor and anesthesiologist need to know in advance. Do some research on Doctor X. Is he Board Certified in your surgery? Has he done a number of them? Is his facility properly accredited?Friends and family members may have very different reactions to the thought of cosmetic surgery. Do not be surprised, or hurt, at reactions ranging from Whatever to Are You Insane?When it comes time for the surgery, be prepared. Clear your calendar for a couple of weeks. Stock up on soft foods. Have someone stay with you for the first couple of days after the surgery, armed with many packages of frozen peas (for the swelling). People recover from surgery at different speeds, so don’t panic if you are recovering "too slowly." Last but not least, you chose Doctor X for this surgery, so trust that he and his staff know what they are doing.This book is full of comments from regular women who had surgery, for a variety of reasons, along with the author’s own cosmetic surgery story. It has many checklists and questionnaires, to help the reader decide if this is such a good idea. It also has a list of questions to ask a cosmetic surgeon. Plastic surgery is not for everyone, but for those who are considering it, this book is very highly recommended. It will help answer any and all questions.