Many people have good reasons for seeking cosmetic surgery. They’ve thought it over carefully. They are in good health and have good self-esteem. They understand the risks of the procedure they’re considering and are doing it for themselves.
Other people, however, are doing it to try to please someone else — often their spouse or partner — and their hopes go way beyond what the procedure can do.
Your decision to undertake cosmetic surgery is a major one and requires careful consideration. We advise you to avoid making judgments based on cost alone. It is often better to have no surgery at all, than take the risk of cut price procedure that can have lasting effects on your health and your quality of life.
Selecting the most appropriate surgical procedure is important . We we want you to understand that each patient has individual aims and requirements and not all procedures are suitable for all patients. In short one size doesn’t fit all!
Ask your self
A few questions you should ask your self before making decision on having cosmetic surgery:
- What is your motivation?
- Are you doing it for someone else, or for yourself?
- What do you want to change and why?
- How long have you wanted to do this?
- What are your expectations?
- Does your surgeon agree that your goals are reasonable?
- Are you looking for cheap surgery?
- Are you planning to have your surgery abroad?
If you are considering having your cosmetic surgery abroad you should do a lot of research before making a decision. Make sure the medical providers are accredited and the surgeons are board certified. In addition they should have high level of medical tourism acceptance. Since medical tourism process is complex you may want to consider assistance from established Patient care advisors/facilitators in the destination country.
Contact us to learn more on how we can help you.