Springtime Plastic Surgeries
- Posted on: May 15 2019
Chances are you’re thinking about cosmetic surgery. And it’s also a good idea to consider the season you get your procedure done before you set the date. That’s because the right season and timing for you will make everything about your procedure that much easier. The right timing will allow you plenty of time for safe recovery, a buffer of time to conceal swelling and scarring, and a few alibis for those nosey little friends and neighbors.
Spring is often an ideal time for cosmetic surgery and it’s also on the minds of many of us. Springtime reminds us that summer is on its way, and it will be here before you know it. Spring is often when we start going back to the gym so we can look good for the warm weather. There are a lot of things happening in summertime, and many of them involve donning less clothing. Heading to a tropical beach for vacation, summer BBQs or other parties, and wedding season can all mean short shorts, tank tops, and swimsuits.
Often, winter is an ideal time to get your procedure done. But, if you would rather enjoy the holidays and winter sports without worrying about surgery or recovery time, surgery in the spring is much better suited to you.
Pros of Springtime Surgeries
Some of the best advantages to surgery in spring have to do with where spring sits in the calendar. Those winter pastries and bad decisions have faded into the past with extra work at the gym and healthier eating. Kids are still in school, so you won’t need as much help taking care of them (or entertaining them) while you rest and recuperate. There are some holidays and long weekends that allow you more time to rest away from work. And, it’s an ideal time to prepare for summer, while still being able to stay indoors.
If you want to learn more about how you can take advantage of spring with a procedure, give us a call today at 346-413-9313 to schedule a consultation. We can help give you a subtle change that helps you look more beautiful and feel your best.
Posted in: FACIAL PLASTIC SURGERY