Plastic Surgery Costs for Wardrobe
Costs for plastic surgery may be incremental when compared to the benefits. The improvement in appearance, self image, and confidence is often part of the reward. As well, people that have plastic surgery may find that it allows them to remain competitive in the job market, enhances intimacy and allows for greater participation in a number of activities. When calculating plastic surgery costs, people may even be excited about the prospect of buying new clothes. And the costs for a post plastic surgery wardrobe may also be minimal when compared to the rewards. In any case, the following offers some food for thought about plastic surgery costs to consider for your new wardrobe.
Breast Augmentation: The requirement of a new wardrobe may be optional or mandatory, depending upon the type and extent of breast augmentation. Often, women that have breast augmentation will be able to wear clothes that are better fitting. Yet, women that undergo breast augmentation may need to buy all new casuals tops, blouses, suit jackets, and work out wear. Also, the types of upper body wear may require adjustment. This is because the shoulder to breast ratio may change. The chest to breast width ratio may change as well. In addition, the types of bras that can be worn change. In fact, there are special bras available to properly accommodate for breast implants. There may also be a special sports bra that is worn while sleeping to help maintain the position of the breasts. Other women that have breast augmentation may be able to continue to wear most, if not all, of their pre-surgery upper body clothes. In this case, alterations may or may not be required.
Breast Lift: Women that have a breast lift may be able to wear the same upper body clothes. Yet, some women who have the breast lift require clothing alterations or desire new upper body wear.
Breast Reduction: Women that undergo breast reduction often require new upper body wear. Instead, they may also opt for alternations on existing upper body clothes to limit the expense.
Liposuction: Liposuction results may prompt the need for alternations. Some women that have liposuction may simply desire new body wear to compliment refined body contours.
Tummy Tuck: The tummy tuck procedure may require that people purchase all new lower body clothing. A combination of the tummy tuck and liposuction is more likely to prompt the need for new lower body wear. In both the tummy tuck and liposuction-tummy tuck combination procedure, some former dresses may still be worn or will require alterations.
Body Lift: Body lift of the arms may provide an incentive to buy clothes that reveal the new beauty of the arms. Body lift for the knees may trigger a desire for shorter dresses. The body lift for the stomach, hips and back often allows for a new wardrobe, depending upon the extent of the lift. Alterations are also a possibility in the case of the body lift.
Neck Lift: The neck lift may prompt someone to throw away turtlenecks or purchase clothing that helps to enhance the results of the neck lift procedure.
Face Lift: The facelift may prompt hairstyle changes. The forehead lift results may make the forehead appear smaller, allowing for new hairstyles. Until face lift incisions heal, women may refrain from wearing their hair in an updo.
Plastic surgery costs for a new wardrobe or alterations are a definite consideration. Wardrobe costs following plastic surgery that may be just as appealing as the results of the procedure, despite our economic times. In fact, today’s plastic surgery procedures are often less invasive, offering reduced costs. Many procedures today may be performed under local anesthesia or local anesthesia and sedation which are less expensive than general anesthesia costs. Most often, plastic surgery costs for a new wardrobe does not prevent people from exploring plastic surgery.
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