Due to limits on in-person gatherings, individuals can make the changes and improvements they’ve always wanted for themselves without the fear of judgment from their social circle.
NEWPORT BEACH, Calif. (PRWEB) December 19, 2020
A November 24 article on The Philadelphia Inquirer reports on the increased demand for cosmetic enhancements this year, especially nonsurgical procedures including Botox and injectable facial fillers. The article says that pandemic factors may be responsible for this rise, including more individuals working from home—which makes post-treatment recovery easier—and face masks highlighting the eye area, making stress, fatigue, age, and fine lines all the more noticeable. Orange County board-certified plastic surgeon Dr. Michael A. Jazayeri says that another benefit of getting work done now is that due to limits on in-person gatherings, individuals can make the changes and improvements they’ve always wanted for themselves without the fear of judgment from their social circle.
Dr. Jazayeri says that although cosmetic treatments and plastic surgery have been around for decades, there is still some stigma attached to receiving enhancement procedures in some circles. He notes that, while everyone deserves to look and feel their best however they choose, what friends and family think can often have undue influence. Dr. Jazayeri says that for many individuals, concerns about being judged by their peers for undergoing plastic surgery can prevent them from doing something that will make them happy and feel more confident.
The Southern California-based plastic surgeon says that with the lack of physical interactions and social gatherings this year, now is the perfect time for individuals to treat themselves without worrying about what others will think. Whether it’s trying out injectables to smooth stubborn, fine lines or tightening one’s physique through a tummy tuck, individuals can take advantage of this time to make the changes they’ve always wanted—big or small—to look the way they want.
Dr. Jazayeri says regardless of what procedures individuals choose, the only person whose opinion matters is the patient’s. For those who do elect to receive cosmetic treatments or plastic surgery, Dr. Jazayeri says it’s important for them to have realistic expectations about what their intended procedure can achieve. Just as each patient is different, so too are the final results of every treatment
Readers are interested in learning more about plastic surgeon Dr. Michael Jazayeri can call (714) 834-0101 or visit his website at http://www.drjaz.com. Dr. Jazayeri has offices in two Orange County, California locations – Newport Beach and Santa Ana. He is board-certified by the American Society of Plastic Surgeons (ASPS).
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