Fixing our flaws

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Most women throughout their life find different things about their body and/or image that they are not satisfied with. This starts around the teen years when girls start thinking they are too fat or too skinny, too tall or too short, too big or flat-chested etc. Some girls are teased and taunted about their little imperfections. Often times, these insecurities that teen girls are faced with, follow them through to adulthood. In Boston cosmetic surgeons are helping people fix the things they are less than satisfied with in order to gain their self-confidence back.

Although you might think only women get plastic surgery, the stats given by cosmetic surgeons across the U.S. beg to differ. While most women do get plastic surgery, more and more men are coming to surgeons with similar self-image issues of women. Among the most popular surgeries for men is rhinoplasty, also known as a nose job. There are many men and women out there that feel that their nose is out of proportion to their face and so seek out a cosmetic surgeon Boston residents in particular, have turned to plastic surgery for the cosmetic improvement of their appearance.

In Boston plastic surgeons also perform plastic and reconstructive surgery which is deemed necessary. Reconstructive plastic surgery focuses on correcting birth defects, physical trauma, and disease. It is used to restore normal functions to whichever area of the body is needed. Correcting a clipped lip and cleft palate is a form of reconstructive plastic surgery which can be considered a medical procedure rather than an aesthetic cosmetic enhancement. Because plastic surgery is a major life and health changing event, it is important to find the right plastic surgeon Boston residents have turned to experienced surgeons like Christopher Davidson MD for a wide range of reconstructive, cosmetic and plastic surgery from facial, body, breast enhancement, and more.

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