There is nothing more empowering and confidence-boosting than looking in the mirror and being in love with yourself. From the inward self-esteem to the outward appearance, it’s so vital that women learn to love themselves and be confident in who they are.
After cosmetic plastic surgery and the recovery process, our patients often come in looking rejuvenated and refreshed. And that’s not because of our MedSpa services! From breast augmentation to the tummy tuck, from the Brazilian Butt Lift to liposuction, our cosmetic plastic surgeries are meant to empower women in their own skin.
You look in the mirror every day and we want you to be pleased with your reflection. When you feel good, it is reflected in your appearance. There is something so special about watching patients walk through our doors with a new confidence and fresh look on their face.
Though recovery can be painful, though surgery can be a daunting thought, I’ve never had a patient regret their decision to better themselves in a way they want.
The biggest complaint we receive after patients endure surgery is how to shop for their new body! And, if we’re going to receive a complaint, that’s the perfect one to have. Shopping for your body after breast augmentation or the Brazilian butt lift is new and exciting, and possibly expensive!
With the excitement of a beautiful silhouette you’ve been dreaming of, patients often don’t think about how their clothes will fit them. You might need bigger shirts and dresses or possibly new jeans and pants, depending on your surgery.
Plan ahead—not by purchasing before surgery, because there are variables and you will not know what size to get. But maybe put a little extra money aside to spend on some new pieces for your wardrobe.
Once you’ve fully recovered, the first shopping experience you have is bound to be so exhilarating and a little stressful. Before you head for the dressing room, grab one item in several different sizes. Then, continue shopping, knowing what size you wear.
And don’t get caught up in the tag! When a woman goes from a B cup to a D cup, that might require going from a small to medium shirt size. Don’t be defined by the label! Feel good in your skin and don’t let a size label on a tag steal your joy!
A huge part of the recovery process from any surgery is your mental state. Because surgery can be exhausting, physically and emotionally, it’s important that remain focused on your end goal. Don’t be surprised by bruising; don’t get bogged down by size labels. Look in the mirror and enjoy the fruits of your labor!