Plastic surgery is something we do in our lifetime, and now that we have the ability to do it, how do we make it fun?
We’re all pretty psyched about having the ability, and I know it sounds weird, but here are a few tips on how to get it done in just 15 minutes, with no surgery required.1.
Do it at your own pace1.
Make your own schedule.
Make a list of things you want to do and put them into your planner or smartphone app.2.
Find a time when you can skip ahead.
For example, if you’re planning a birthday party, make a list and set a time that works for you.3.
Know when to call a doctor.
Make sure you’re ready for it.
When I was first learning to do plastic surgery, I missed two appointments because I didn’t know when they were.
You want to be ready, and it will make things a lot easier if you know when you should call and where you should go.4.
Don’t worry if you can’t wait.
Make it fun!
You’ll get a lot more done with less time, and you’ll have more fun doing it.5.
Don’ t be scared.
You won’t be able to do anything right away, so don’t feel guilty if you don’t know what to do.
I remember my friend who did her first plastic surgery a few months after the first appointment because she had a lot of ideas about what to make and what not to do in the meantime.6.
Keep it flexible1.
Sometimes you’ll get an appointment but then not feel like doing it, or you’ll feel like you need to cancel it.
In this case, make an appointment and call me back, so I can schedule it.2, Get your doctor involved.
You don’t need to get a new one if you’ve had one before.
They’ll be able find out what works and what doesn’t.3, Keep in mind that surgery isn’t cheap.
The first plastic surgeon you call, even if they’re great, may not know how much surgery it costs.
So if you decide to do your first surgery, be ready to pay more than you’d like to.4, Don’t take any pictures.
If you want a picture of your boobs, don’t take a picture at all.
If your doctor thinks it’s cool, don ‘ t take a photo of it.
If they don’t like it, you can always tell them.5, Make your decision before the procedure.
When you get to the hospital, take a moment to talk to your doctor and make sure you understand what’s going on.
If something goes wrong during the procedure, they can help you get it fixed or to make it easier for you later on.6, Make sure your surgeon is super helpful.
You’ll feel better after the procedure if your doctor is super-helpful, and if your surgeon has been trained in the techniques that are recommended for this type of surgery.