These days, it is not too uncommon for people to go under the knife in order to enhance their physical appearance. In fact, according to the American Society of Plastic Surgeons (ASPS), over 15 million Americans had cosmetic surgery in the year 2013 alone. It seems as if brides are especially open to having work done, as the Chattanooga Times Free press recently reported that 33 percent of brides-to-be nationwide have considered plastic surgery, with about one in 10 actually making the investment.
This phenomenon does make sense, as brides want to look and feel their very best on the big day, especially since there will likely be hundreds of pictures taken to capture the entire event. It is a trend that has its own nickname — bridalplasty — although it is not one that has a lot of favor in the medical community. As the Times Free press explains, many brides who decide to have work done before their wedding often don't go in for a full surgery, but instead opt for smaller and more subtle alterations.
The face is generally the most common area changed before a wedding, as many brides will decide to go in for eyebrow, eyelid, neck or face lifts. If a woman does decide she wants to try something a bit more radical, it is often a tummy tuck or a breast augmentation that she will decide on. The procedures truly run the gamut, depending entirely on the bride herself and how much she would like to alter before walking down the aisle.
If you are interested in having work done, be sure to schedule an appointment with the board certified plastic surgeons in Miami at Christopher Craft Cosmetic Surgery!