With the recent passing of Joan Rivers, it seems only fitting to discuss the risks of excessive cosmetic plastic surgery procedures. Joan Rivers jokingly stated that she had at least 700 procedures. While that number is exaggerated, it is no secret that Joan was not afraid to “go under the knife” as she saw fit. However, what is in question is the reason she was allowed to have so many procedures.
Many women start with one procedure thinking that just fixing one area will help them feel better about themselves. And while that may be true, it can also lead to them becoming fascinated with the results and begin considering another procedure. But the question arises of how much is too much? At what point does plastic surgery go too far?
Dr. Benjamin Stong of Kalos Facial Plastic Surgery LLC uses his knowledge, experience, and expertise to guide all of his patients toward the best options in achieving the results that they desire. Dr. Stong is dual board certified in Otolaryngology head and neck surgery and facial plastic and reconstructive surgery by the American Board of Otolaryngology and the American Board of Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery. With this highest level of specialization, education, and certification Dr. Stong offers to his patients the care and individualized approach to each procedure and makes the health and safety of each patient his first priority.
Excessive plastic surgery procedures can have many negative effects. Repeated surgeries and procedures can lead to a decrease in optimal results rather than the desired outcomes. Dr. Stong uses his expert knowledge to determine what procedures can and cannot be done safely.
Call Kalos Facial Plastic Surgery LLC today to schedule a consultation and determine what your best options are to achieve the results you desire.
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