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Here Comes the Bridalplasty: Plastic Surgeons Join the Wedding Plans

When a man pops the question, most couples spend a short time basking in the glow of their prenuptial excitement. After that, the planning begins, and couples begin to shop around for venues, florists, dresses and… plastic surgeons? A growing trend among the newly engaged is to have some work done so they can look their best on their special day.

For non-celebrities, the wedding day is often the one day of our lives when we will be photographed the most. For decades, brides have engaged in strict diet plans, workouts and beauty regimens. Considering that, it is not that all that surprising that plastic surgery has entered the arena of wedding planning. If you are going to spend all that money on a photographer, you may as well try to look your absolute best in the pictures.

Many women report that their significant other objects to the idea of cosmetic surgery at first. After all, he obviously thinks you are already beautiful inside and out if he has asked to spend the rest of his life with you. Sometimes, worries about the costs, risks or results scare people away from the potentially positive experience. Afterward, however, they usually come into the light and agree that their bride looks even more beautiful than before.

Brides-to-be call on the services of plastic surgeons for a variety of procedures including breast implants, liposuction, rhinoplasty and Botox. Breast augmentation recovery does not take long, but the breasts remain somewhat swollen for up to three or four months. Therefore, wedding dress shopping cannot begin until the swelling has gone down in order to get a good idea of what size the breasts will actually be on the day of the wedding. Measurements for alterations will not likely be very accurate if they are taken within the first few months after the surgery.

Likewise, rhinoplasty, commonly referred to as a nose job, can be done as close as two months before the big day but really should be done at least a year beforehand if possible. This is because, even after recovery, there are several subtle changes that take place before the newly shaped nose will achieve its final goal look. If you want to look your best in your wedding photos, it would be wise to start talking to plastic surgeons as soon as you can to give yourself enough time to make an informed decision.

On the opposite end of the spectrum, there are much smaller procedures plastic surgeons offer that should be done a few weeks before walking down the aisle. Noninvasive treatments such as Botox, laser hair removal and chemical peels have little to no recovery or settling time. These are small, common procedures that can polish off your look and get rid of any niggling insecurities you may have so you can focus on what is really important: you and your husband’s new life together.

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