While the appearances of female politicians receive more attention from the press and public than it might for their male counterparts, Hillary Clinton would hardly be alone among politicians in having work performed in order to look more youthful.
Los Angeles, CA (PRWEB) July 07, 2015
A June 29th article in the International Business Times highlights rumors about possible facial rejuvenation that have emerged about Hillary Clinton. Two plastic surgeons consulted by the publication found that the 67 year-old former U.S. Secretary of State looks more youthful than she has in some time and speculate that she might have benefited from facial fillers or another treatment. Beverly Hills plastic surgeon Payam Jarrah-Nejad, M.D., F.I.C.S., F.A.C.S., known more casually to his patients and colleagues as Dr. J, says that, if Mrs. Clinton really did receive facial rejuvenation treatment, it would be very much in line with the strategies of a great many other professionals who are seeking to remain active and relevant well into their late sixties and beyond.
Dr. J points out that, while the appearances of female politicians receive more attention from the press and public than it might for their male counterparts, Hillary Clinton would hardly be alone among politicians in having work performed in order to look more youthful. For example, current Vice President Joe Biden famously received hair transplant surgery decades ago when he was a rising star in the Senate. Moreover, the cosmetic aspects of New Jersey Governor Chris Christie’s recent weight loss surgery have not gone unremarked upon when it comes to speculation about his presidential chances.
Dr. J points out that looking younger and better for professional as well as personal reasons frequently motivates patients to seek out his services. It’s not just facelifts and other types of facial rejuvenation, the doctor points out. A rhinoplasty procedure in Beverly Hills might improve the shape of the patient’s nose but – since the nose never stops growing – people also tend to subconsciously associate a somewhat smaller nose with youth. Even procedures on the torso, such as the breast lifts often included in a mommy makeover for Beverly Hills professionals, can subtly change the public appearance of a woman who is trying to remain relevant in a culture that prizes youth.
Women and men who are interested in taking proactive steps to improve how they are perceived in their chosen profession often take the step of looking into plastic surgery. Dr. J notes that they often report to him that the improved self-confidence they gain from the procedure has made a big difference – both personally and professionally.
To find out more about a free initial consultation with Dr. J, members of the public can call 310-993-3800 or visit the doctor’s website at http://www.DrJPlasticSurgery.com. Dr. J. is double board certified by both the American Board of Plastic Surgery and the American Board of Surgery.