Boosting Self Esteem with Plastic Surgery

Do you have an area of your body that you wish looked different?

Are you tired of people telling you to just embrace it when its sheer presence is enough to ruin your day?

If you’re feeling that upset about it, then chances are it’s impacting your self-esteem.

You don’t need to let low self-esteem negatively affect all of the other areas of your life.

Boosting self-esteem with plastic surgery is the perfect solution. And there are added benefits that go beyond just feeling better about yourself.


Study Backs Positive Impact of Plastic Surgery

A research study published in Clinical Psychological Science found that people who chose to undergo plastic surgery were able to experience greater self esteem, a higher sense of satisfaction, and more overall joy in life.

The study looked at nearly 550 first-time patients, as well as over 260 people who’d always wanted plastic surgery but had opted not to get a procedure.

These two groups were then compared to more than 1,000 people who never held any interest in cosmetic surgery. Controls were put in place to ensure there were no differences in terms of mental health and overall life satisfaction.

Plastic Surgery Patients Showed Increase in Self Esteem

In psychological tests, it turns out that those who went under the knife had higher self-esteem, experienced less anxiety, and felt healthier overall when compared to those who had not had plastic surgery.

In addition, those who opted for the surgery were not only more pleased with the “problem area” that was addressed, but they were happier with their bodies as a whole.

And the perks and positive outcomes don’t stop there.


Benefits of Improved Self Esteem

Patients who are self-conscious enough to choose surgery often struggle with the negative impact their appearance has on their social lives.

So it makes perfect sense that after surgery, they’d have a newfound confidence and be able to shed a great deal of the anxiety and insecurity that once dominated their lives.

This increase in confidence and self-esteem has a trickle-down effect that affects other areas of their lives too. For instance, they may decide to start a diet and/or begin and exercise regimen to add to their “upgrade.”

There are other ways too.

  1. Increased Ambition

An increase in self-esteem often translates to an increase in ambition too.

With a more ambitious spirit and attitude, people are likely to seek out new relationships and adventures that they may not have in the past.

They feel more confident when looking to increase their social network or get more involved in their community – both of which boost happiness.

There’s also a good chance they’ll start setting goals they formerly wouldn’t have considered. This is especially true when it comes to their occupation.

Which brings us to our next point…


  1. Better Job Performance

It might sound simplistic, but when patients choose to improve their appearance, they often see an improvement in their job performance as well.

Because they feel better about themselves, they believe they’re capable of achieving more. There’s an increase in focus and a willingness to take on tough projects.

They may even be ready to take on leadership positions that will allow them to be more involved with their company and possibly make more money.


  1. Improved Interactions with Others

One of the most rewarding aspects of improved self-esteem is the impact it has on relationships.

When a patient chooses plastic surgery to improve his or her appearance, they’re more likely to get favorable treatment from others in both their professional and social lives.

This isn’t because people only want to associate with those who look good. It has to do with the increased confidence that comes with improving one’s appearance.

Someone who’s pleased with how they look is going to present a more positive attitude and naturally draw others into his or her circle.


Is Boosting Self Esteem with Plastic Surgery Right for You?

If you’re unhappy with some aspect of your physical appearance, then there’s nothing wrong with boosting self-esteem with plastic surgery.

Everybody wants to look their best. And you only have one life to live, so why not make the most of it?

Contact us today to speak with one of our board-certified surgeons. And find out how you can increase your confidence, enhance your overall happiness, and boost your self-esteem with one of our procedures.