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Feeling and Looking Younger

After I finished having my kids, I knew that I wanted a mommy makeover. My stomach was in terrible shape, my arms looked completely destroyed, and my legs had been carrying weight for years. I wanted a full body overhaul, so I started by doing what I could to look and feel younger. I started exercising each and every day, and then I worked hard on doing my hair and makeup better. It was amazing to see the difference it made, but I wanted something more. I consulted with a cosmetic surgeon, and I scheduled the surgery that changed my life for the better. Check out this blog for more information on looking and feeling younger.

Should You Get Cosmetic Surgery Before Your Wedding?

You're getting married and you want to look your best on your big day. However, you don't love what you see in the mirror, and while your intended may think you're wonderful just the way you are, you may feel compelled to do a little extra work to make you feel and look your absolute best.

So, should you get cosmetic surgery before your big day? You may want to do this, considering getting married is one of the most important things you'll ever do in your life. Here are signs you should go under the knife before your wedding.

You have time to get work done

Even though cosmetic surgeries are not medical in their intent, they are medical in the way they are done. You still need to heal. If you are getting married several months out, then consider getting cosmetic surgery. Otherwise, you should hold off and get your cosmetic work done after your honeymoon is over.

You have actual work to be done

The right cosmetic surgeon will use their medical expertise to determine if cosmetic surgery is something you really need or just something you desire. If your work desired is minimal, such as fuller lips or a stronger chin, then your surgeon may approve this surgery. However, if you don't really need cosmetic surgery or the work you need to have done is minor in nature, then your surgeon may give you a pass or give you suggestions for wrinkle reduction injections or liposuction, which are less invasive procedures, instead.

You have money for the work

Cosmetic surgery can be expensive. Do you have the funds to pay for this type of work and pay for your wedding, honeymoon, and other costs as well? Calculate your budget, and if you find that you can easily afford plastic surgery in addition to your normal wedding arrangements, then go ahead and make an appointment with a cosmetic surgeon.

Whether you are the bride or groom, there are several cosmetic procedures you can have done to help you feel your best and look amazing on your big day. Your cosmetic surgery will give you a consultation before they begin services to help you understand how the procedure works and what needs to be done.

You will be able to explore a few options before you get cosmetic work done. Choose a surgeon who has experience in the type of cosmetic procedure you'd like to do for the best results.