The recent economic state has led to several layoffs, putting many individuals on the hunt for new employment. Some of these are older men and women who now have to compete with the freshly graduated college students. Although they may have the experience necessary for a position, their physical appearance may not be what the company is looking for in its employees. In order to gain leverage, some individuals are turning to plastic surgery. In addition, those already employed are choosing cosmetic enhancements in hopes to further their careers.
Some of the most commonly performed procedures are for facial rejuvenation and fat reduction. For the face, patients often target fine lines, wrinkles, creases, and sagging skin in the neck/jowl area. If you are unsure about having an invasive surgical procedure, you may wish to undergo facial injectables and fillers to smooth out the skin. However, sagging skin can only corrected through a facelift, neck lift, and/or brow lift, depending on where the excess skin is located.
If you are interested in removing excess fat from the abdomen, hips, or thighs, liposuction may be the most beneficial procedure. In addition, tummy tuck surgery can reduce the appearance of a protruding abdomen by tightening the abdominal muscles and trimming away excess skin.
Regardless of the procedure you are interested in, it is best to schedule an appointment in order to discuss your options. Rejuvenating one’s appearance often comes down to a boost in self-esteem, which may be all that he/she needs to nail an interview.