Not only are board certified plastic surgeons qualified to carry out these procedures safely, but they also have an enhanced aesthetic eye due to their experience.
NEWPORT BEACH, Calif. (PRWEB)
March 25, 2019
A March 1 article on CBS News reports an uptick in millennials getting plastic surgery not only due to the influence of social media but also in an effort to stand out in a competitive job market. The article noted that some individuals in their 20s and 30s look to plastic surgery in order to gain any advantage possible in the workforce against their peers, as well as older job seekers. While traditional plastic surgeries like rhinoplasty remain very popular for 20 and 30-something patients with particular concerns, millennials are increasingly moving toward noninvasive treatments such as Botox, injectables, and laser skin treatments, the article says. The younger plastic surgery crowd seems to be more concerned with “pre-rejuvenation” and maintaining their youthful skin now, rather than fixing it later when signs of aging have already set in. Orange County-based plastic surgeon Dr. Michael Jazayeri says that, with the increase in popularity for both plastic surgery and cosmetic procedures, it is crucial for individuals to carefully research where they choose to receive their procedures in order to achieve their desired results both safely and effectively.
In an appearance-obsessed region like Southern California, there’s an abundance of places to get cosmetic work done. However, Dr. Jazayeri notes that individuals considering having any type of procedure done should go to a board certified plastic surgeon. Like Dr. Jazayeri, board-certified surgeons are trained specifically in the plastic surgery field and then have to meet a set of rigorous standards set by established surgeons. Dr. Jazayeri says that not only are board certified plastic surgeons qualified to carry out these procedures safely, but they also have an enhanced aesthetic eye due to their experience. The doctor comments that this can lead to better results when compared to professionals who may not even be physicians in many cases. In the end, each individual looking to have some work done wants the best for themselves, Dr. Jazayeri says. In order to ensure they get the enhancements they’re actually looking for, the doctor says the best thing to do is to find a certified plastic surgeon who is qualified to do just that.
Dr. Jazayeri says there are many reasons why people decide to get plastic surgery and there should never be any judgment. With the increase in social media’s influence on plastic surgery and cosmetic treatments comes a decrease in the negative stigma once associated with these procedures, he notes. These days, individuals just want to look the best they can, and with today’s technology and resources, Dr. Jazayeri says, they can.
Dr. Michael A. Jazayeri is a board certified plastic surgeon who has been practicing for over 20 years. Readers interested in learning more about his services may call (714) 834-0101 or visit his website at http://www.drjaz.com.
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