Undergoing surgery at a young age can have both physical and emotional consequences. Physically, the body may still be developing, and there could be potential risks or complications. Emotionally, individuals might not have fully formed perspectives on their appearance or understand the long-term impact of surgery.

It’s crucial to carefully consider the potential risks, benefits, and long-term implications before opting for surgery at a young age. Consultation with a qualified medical professional is essential to make informed decisions tailored to individual circumstances.

There are many procedures that require a lot of maintenance like like liposuction and fat transfers.

You’ll have to be very disciplined with fitness, nutrition and lymphatic massages.

Squats are essential to keep a lifted butt after having a bbl. Fat transfers to the buttocks runs high risk of complications and sagging after a couple years if you don’t take care properly post having buttock augmentation surgery.

Replacing implants is something you need to keep in mind when thinking about plastic surgery.

Implants need to be replaced or taken out after 10 to 15 years.

Breast explantation is a surgical procedure to remove breast implants. It may be done for various reasons, such as dissatisfaction with the implants, complications, or health concerns.

Some people choose explantation due to aesthetic reasons, while others may do it for health concerns. The overall incidence isn’t easily quantified as it’s influenced by personal choices and medical considerations. If you’re considering this procedure, consulting with a healthcare professional can provide personalized insights.

When it comes to your skin, you want to be extra cautious about some procedures that are advertise as superficial like a lasers or chemical peels. A chemical peel is a cosmetic procedure that involves applying a chemical solution to the skin to remove dead skin cells, stimulate new cell growth, and improve skin texture. It’s often used to address issues like fine lines, sun damage, and uneven pigmentation. I’ve rarely heard of good long term results. In many cases I’ve had patients, including myself noticed more sensitivity towards the sun and makeup. This causes more sun damage and enlarged pores. Doing a face peel has been the worst experience ever. The results have been very depressing dealing with big pores I didn’t have before.


I hope this blog has been helpful, if you would like more information on procedures that were not mentioned here. Please feel free to send me an emails at audrey@labeautyguide.com

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