Today’s job market, many believe, is hard on visibly older working professionals. Cosmetic surgery, once considered vanity, is now a visual resume for many professionals as an extension of their personal and professional development.
Dr. Rademaker cautions,
It’s not your looks that determines your career trajectory, but it may compliment your skills and confidence.
For some plastic surgery centers in the United States, it’s been estimated that more than 50% of patients between the ages of 40 and 60 seek cosmetic treatments for work-related reasons.
Dr. Rademaker, a Board Certified Plastic Surgeon and Member of the American Society for Aesthetic Plastic Surgery agrees with Dr. Leo McCafferty, a Pittsburgh plastic surgeon and president of the American Society for Aesthetic Plastic Surgery and what he said at the recent member meeting in Vancouver, Canada,
Most of my patients don’t want to look like they did when they were 20 or go back to when they graduated from college. They just want to look as good as they feel.
American Society of Plastic Surgeons (ASPS) Reports Many Women Reveal Cosmetic Procedures To Be Important For Career Success.
Perhaps you’re a professional man or woman and you’ve tried dieting, skin treatments, and a fitness regime; but, you still don’t look as good as you feel. Cosmetic surgery and Dr. Rademaker may be the right choice for you.
You can schedule a complimentary consultation right now and be sure and mention this post when you come see us if it inspired you.
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