The Right & Wrong Questions
A “new” face or body does not guarantee a new life or an end to all personal problems. Emotional stability is the primary factor in determining a successful outcome.
Cosmetic surgery can improve your appearance and renew your self-confidence; the rest is entirely up to you.
Who is a good candidate?
A suitable candidate for a cosmetic procedure is someone who has a specific concern that can be easily recognised by the surgeon. She/he should be in good health, both mentally and physically, and has a realistic expectation of the outcome and the degree of satisfaction it will give.
Who is unsuitable?
Anyone with serious health concerns should avoid elective cosmetic surgery. Someone of unsound state of mind, or has overly fixated anxiety about her/his appearance may be refused treatment.
Never have cosmetic surgery for the sake of your partner or use it to get over a broken relationship.