What to Ask Before a Nip and Tuck
Sure, it's probably best to celebrate all your flaws and embrace yourself as you are, but for those who are dead-set on making a change to their appearance, there is nothing more permanent than cosmetic surgery. And as frequently as it's done these days, there are still life-threatening risks involved in any process during which you're under anesthesia, being cut open and either having something removed or put into your body. So it pays to shop around for the best person to do the job and the best facility in which to have it done. When considering cosmetic surgery, bargain-hunting isn't the best way to go about the process. While cost may be a factor, it shouldn't be the deciding one. There are several aspects to consider and question during your consultation. First, who will do the surgery and who will be present?