Just for the Look of It: How To wear Your New Nose With Confidence

plastic surgery long island | Dr. Elliot Duboys When it comes down to things like getting a nose job many people claim to be getting one because they have a deviated septum. Causing things like breathing through your nose when you are sleeping, a deviated septum can result in things such as a dry mouth, snoring, and the inability to breathe properly. But let’s face it, not everyone who is getting a nose job is going to have a deviated septum like they may claim. If you want to get a nose job but don’t have a medical purpose behind it, don’t be scared to own up to the fact that you are simply doing it “just for the of it.” Read on to learn more.

Own It
If you have spent your entire life feeling self conscious about the shape or size of your nose, then you owe it to yourself to get a nose job. And although some of your friends or family might not understand the want or need for you to have this type of surgery, be upfront with them and own your decision. The more honest and confident you are regarding your decision to get a nose job, the better.

Wear It With Confidence
After you get your new nose job, don’t try to hide the fact that you got it done, but instead embrace your decision and wear it with confidence. The first time you go back to work or are in front of friends, hold your head a little higher and show off your new nose— after all, you deserve to look and feel as confident as ever.

Remember that It’s Your Decision
Unfortunately we live in a society where we are constantly seeking the approval of others in order to feel good about ourselves. However, this kind of mentality can be damaging. If you are getting flack from family and friends regarding your decision to make a cosmetic change to your face by getting a nose job, try to ignore them as much as possible and remember that it’s your decision and your decision alone to get it done.

When it comes to things like getting plastic surgery done just for the look of it, there are many people who are quick to judge. However, it’s important to remember that it’s your body and your face, and you can do what you want with it. By holding your head high and owning your decision, you can help to feel more confident about your decision to get a new nose.

To learn more or to schedule an appointment, contact Associated Plastic Surgeons & Consultants today!

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