Doctors often wish that their patients knew a thing or two that would make the lives of both parties easier. When it comes to the evolving and dynamic world of cosmetic surgery you really meet a lot of fussy clients who are willing to go to any length to ensure that they get exactly what they want even at the risk of their health and well-being at times. Being a medical professional in such a situation is tricky. Here are some of the things that cosmetic medical consultants wish you would know and remember before you come in to see them.

Young people are turning to cosmetic procedures such as botox and dermal fillers as a result of social media pressure according to a report.

WeAre Not Magicians and Cannot Pull A Houdini

Abracadabra and poof you vanish only to be replaced by this unbelievably radiantly beautiful version of yourself … and then you need to wake up because that dream cannot come true. As harsh as it may sound, it is psychologically unhealthy to have this level of unrealistic expectations when you go in to meet your facelift surgeon. Any good doctor will tell you that all they can humanly do, no matter how much you are willing to invest, is to give you a look that is youthful and healthy along with quality service, first class care and longevity of the procedure. If you expect them to make your face disappear and have that of somebody else’s lookalike take your place, you must remember that they are not magicians and that you are setting yourself up for a lot of trauma and distress. Do not go down that road.

If We Say ‘No’ Listen To Us

If you have channeled a reputed medical service they will most certainly evaluate you to ascertain if you are eligible to undergo this type of procedure. They will do a physical examination of you and take a detailed medical history of you and in most cases your family to see if there could be signs of possible complications and risks. They will also double to assess any existing health conditions and might even carry out a subtle mental health evaluation to ensure that the trauma of the process is one that you can take on in a healthy way. Should they refuse to operate on you, understand that they are losing good money because they are doing their job right and saving you from world of pain and cash bleeding. Respect what they say, go get a second opinion but know that nothing is more important than your health and safety.


Google Is Not a Licensed Doctor

Doctors actually like and respect patients who are accurately informed, accurately being the operational word here. Today, we have all kinds of information freely available to us online and we research on pretty much anything before we make a decision. In a world where a stomach pain and constipation can go from mild indigestion to colon cancer in a click and scroll, please remember that Google or any other search engine is not a licensed medical professional. Find out the generic information of your procedure for sure but do not teach the doctor how to do their job.