Posted: April 16, 2016
Having a plastic surgery procedure is a great way to improve one’s appearance and overall confidence. Because of this, It can be a very exciting time for a patient. However, because it is so life-altering, it can also be very scary. Many patients are nervous about how people will react when they see they have had plastic surgery. If you have a friend who has undergone a procedure, here are three ways to be supportive of their decision.
While you will probably have a litany of questions, try to avoid outright asking someone if they have had plastic surgery. Give them compliments about how they look and wait for them to initiate the conversation.
Plastic surgery is a big step in a person’s life and they, most likely, thought long and hard about it before having the procedure done. Remember that this was not an easy decision for your friend so don’t criticize them or give them negative comments.
Do Research and Consult Experts
The best way to be on your friend’s side, is to find out exactly what kind of surgery they had and what it entailed. Ask questions of experts and do as much research as possible.
If a friend or loved one has recently undergone a procedure, and you have more questions about it, call the Indianapolis based experts at Renaissance Plastic Surgery at 317-575-9152. We can give you the information you need to help your friend feel supported and understood.