The illogical stigma around plastic surgery seems to be gradually fading as more and more of us begin to realize it’s just another means to the end of looking one’s best.
BEVERLY HILLS, Calif. (PRWEB) April 30, 2018
An April 17 slideshow highlighting thirty celebrities who are happy to discuss their successful plastic surgeries features a broad assortment of public figures. The impressive collection ranges from young “Modern Family” actress Ariel Winter and rapper Cardi B to drag superstar Ru Paul, to presidential “House of Cards” lead Robin Wright, as well as such very senior talents as Betty White and Angela Lansbury. Beverly Hills based plastic surgeon Payam Jarrah-Nejad, M.D., F.I.C.S., F.A.C.S., better known to his patients are Dr. J, says that the illogical stigma around plastic surgery seems to be gradually fading as more and more of us begin to realize it’s just another means to the end of looking one’s best. In many cases, plastic surgery can also correct medical issues as well, he says.
Dr. J points out that, while many of the celebrities took advantage of such treatments as a breast augmentation or a facelift simply to look their best and feel more confident, others were actually dealing with physical problems. Examples include Carol Burnett’s ostomy to deal with a recessed chin and overbite, and 1980s leading man turned 21st century character actor Mickey Rourke, who has needed multiple procedures over the years to deal with the many injuries he received during his infamously grueling stint as a boxer. Dr. J said the probably the most common procedures that are therapeutic as well as cosmetic include rhinoplasties (nose jobs), which can address such issues as a deviated septum, and breast reductions like those received by Ariel Winter and Roseanne Barr. Dr. J says that they often help many women avoid back problems as well as too much of the wrong kind of attention.
The plastic surgeon says that it’s nevertheless true that the majority of the procedures he performs are essentially cosmetic, but he adds that all of them really can help people to look and feel better. Moreover, he adds, modern plastic surgeries have now been performed for more than a century and they are safer than ever, so there’s every reason for people who want to address a physical issue to at least look into the possibilities. He adds one of the many reasons people who might otherwise want to give for not getting a procedure is that they think procedures are only for the rich and/or famous. He says that the reality is that while his practice includes a number of people in the show business field, he has also helped a great many lawyers, accountants, teachers, and office assistants. Plastic surgery, says Dr. J, is an extremely useful tool that should be accessible without embarrassment to anyone.
Dr. J is double board certified by the American Board of Plastic Surgery and the American Board of Surgery. Readers can find out more about his qualifications via his web site or learn more about a procedure by calling his office at 310-683-0200.