Having an attractive body allows you to feel good about yourself and convey an air of confidence in interactions with others. Sometimes, the personal changes you make are not enough to create the desired appearance. As a skilled cosmetic surgeon, Dr. Alan Greenberg can help you determine the best course of action to produce positive results, such as breast augmentation, liposuction, tummy tuck or mommy makeover.
The 411 on Modern Cosmetic Surgery
Before considering cosmetic surgery, you should understand the facts.
Myth: Cosmetic surgery is only an option for the rich and famous.
Fact: Because of rising popularity, patients who want cosmetic surgery now have financing available, making it affordable and reasonable for most people to update their appearances.
Myth: Cosmetic surgery is no big deal.
Fact: Although considered elective, these procedures are still surgery, which means you may experience some pain as well as some down time. Dr. Greenberg will explain the process in detail so that you know what to expect and can take steps to maximize your recovery.
Myth: Cosmetic surgery will completely transform my body.
Fact: Modern treatments such as breast augmentation or tummy tucks can improve your appearance, but you can’t expect to go from a size 14 to a size 4 without additional efforts. Diet and exercise are important in achieving and maintaining the image you want.
Myth: Anyone can perform cosmetic surgery.
Fact: When you decide to make enhancements to your body, make sure to find a cosmetic surgeon with experience and clinical expertise. Ask to see Before and After photos to get a good assessment of his/her work before making your final selection.
Successful cosmetic surgery requires a skilled physician and realistic expectations. During a personal consultation, Dr. Greenberg can explain various procedures and answer any questions, allowing you to make an educated decision about how to proceed.
Please visit www.northtexascosmeticsurgery.com for more information. Contact us to schedule an appointment with Dr. Greenberg.