Rise In Plastic Surgery Among Millennials Highlights Shifting Perceptions of Plastic Surgery, says Dr. Michael Jazayeri

Thursday, February 28, 2019 General News
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The Orange County plastic surgeon comments on a recent article that the younger generation is more open to medical approaches to improving their appearance.

NEWPORT BEACH, Calif., Feb. 27, 2019 /PRNewswire-PRWeb/ -- A February 10 article

on the Boston Herald reports on an increase in plastic surgery and injectable treatments in millennials. The report says more and more people in their twenties and thirties are opting to get procedures in order to maintain their youthful appearances or to prevent early signs of aging. The article goes on to mention that with social media's popularity and influence, young women especially no longer feel that they need to hide any cosmetic work they receive. Orange County-based plastic surgeon Dr. Michael Jazayeri says that the article reflects the shift in the public's perception of plastic surgery as well as the varying reasons individuals choose to have work done themselves.

Dr. Jazayeri notes that, in the past, plastic surgery used to be seen as something only the very wealthy and Hollywood elites would obtain. Today, the situation is extremely different, the board-certified plastic surgeon explains. The great majority of plastic surgery procedures today are to enhance the natural appearance of everyday individuals in professions ranging from lawyers and CPAs to teachers and office workers. The doctor adds that just as an individual might change their hair color or use makeup to change their look, the same goes for plastic surgery. He notes that, while the latter is naturally a more serious decision, the principle of enhancing one's features via advanced medicine to make oneself look and feel their best is the same. The Orange County plastic surgeon adds that, as the article mentioned, non-surgical treatments such as injectable fillers and Botox are becoming increasingly popular due to the brief time needed for the procedure as well as having little or no downtime in most cases but he adds that these kind of treatments can often produce outstanding results when combined with actual plastic surgeries.

Dr. Jazayeri notes that, while some people use plastic surgery to enhance certain features, others may seek out procedures that reduce unwanted attention or even prevent future health problems, says Dr. Jazayeri. He adds that, while most people know about rhinoplasties' therapeutic use to correct deviated septums, health also plays a role for women who are looking for a breast reduction. Aside from dealing with the unwanted attention they often experience, many women opt for a breast reduction in order to reduce the strain caused on their back and to participate in certain sports.

Readers who are interested in learning more about board-certified plastic surgeon Dr. Michael Jazayeri and his services in either Newport Beach or Santa Anna may call (714) 834-0101 or visit his website at https://www.drjaz.com.

 

SOURCE Dr. Michael A. Jazayeri



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