pre-assessment for aesthetic and cosmetic procedures
An increasing number of people are seeking cosmetic procedures to enhance their appearance; however, while the majority of patients are satisfied with the outcome of aesthetic surgery, some are dissatisfied despite achieving a positive technical outcome. Research examining the long-term outcomes of patients undergoing cosmetic surgery is currently lacking, but it is possible that a significant number of patients may experience depression, anxiety and doubts post-procedure.
Having a cosmetic procedure is a big decision, so it's important not to rush into anything. All procedures have some risks. If you're disappointed with the outcome, this can also have an impact on your emotional wellbeing. Some people look at a cosmetic procedure to solve life problems, or during difficult times in their lives. Do not assume that a cosmetic procedure will make everything better. How you feel about how you look is only one aspect of your wellbeing.
Visit our pre-cosmetic assessments page on this website for more help and information.