The surgeons at Beverly Hills Physicians note that Mr. Tindall’s resistance to others' opinions of his appearance should be admired, and that the decision to have a procedure is personal in nature.
Los Angeles, CA (PRWEB) August 25, 2015
According to an article published August 13 by the New Zealand Herald, English rugby star Mike Tindall recently announced that he was ready to get a rhinoplasty procedure in order to correct various injuries to his nose. The article notes that Mr. Tindall first broke his nose as a child, but suffered many additional blows during his years of competitive rugby. One especially interesting aspect of this story, notes Southern California medical group Beverly Hills Physicians, is the pressure that was put on Mr. Tindall to have the rhinoplasty for years prior to this decision.
Being married to the granddaughter of the Queen of New Zealand, Mr. Tindall and his very noticeably crooked nose appeared constantly in the public spotlight, and he was even asked by members of the royal family to have a rhinoplasty procedure prior to his 2011 wedding to Zara Phillips. Instead, he reportedly resisted outside pressures to look different, and is only making the decision to have the procedure now because he is now having difficulty breathing. The surgeons at Beverly Hills Physicians note that Mr. Tindall’s resistance to others’ opinions of his appearance should be admired, and that the decision to have a procedure is personal in nature.
While it is certainly hard for most of us to shut out all of the other voices and opinions about our appearance, Beverly Hills Physicians reminds that the decision to have plastic surgery should come from the desire to be seen on the outside as one perceives themselves on the inside. This is to say that, if a person is fully confident with their own appearance, there is no reason to change that appearance based only on what other people say. In fact, Mr. Tindall was in no way in denial with how his nose looked; the article notes that before the birth of his first child, he quipped that he hoped the child did not have his nose.
Beverly Hills Physicians notes that this type of clear outward acceptance takes tremendous courage, and is also derived from the same place that people need to reach to find the courage to move forward with a procedure. They note that they provide free initial consultations for all of their plastic surgery procedures so that curious patients do not feel like there are obstacles preventing them from pursuing their ideal self. Anyone interested in scheduling a consultation for any number of plastic surgery procedures can call Beverly Hills Physicians at 800-788-1416 or visit the medical group online at http://www.beverlyhillsphysicians.com.