Since their inception, cosmetic procedures have suffered through biased depictions in the media. Like many advancements in technology and medicine, they were not readily accepted into society until their benefits were more concretely established in the public eye.
In recent years, though, a variety of factors have caused cosmetic surgergy to become better accepted. Namely, increased support for personal freedoms has swayed many people’s opinions on the practice. After all, who’s to judge what a person deems appropriate for their own body?
Likewise, the issue of bullying has thrown the benefits of cosmetic procedures into sharp relief. Why should someone be teased and bullied endlessly for a small cosmetic defect, like protruding ears, when it can be quickly and easily remedied by a cosmetic surgeon?
As is usually the case, the media is a good indicator of current and changing social mores. Recent news stories show that the media is more willing to run articles on cosmetic surgery that people can rally in support of or identify with in a positive way. In other words, cosmetic procedures are no longer on the fringe.
If you are looking for a cosmetic surgeon in Seattle who is experienced and knowledgeable, consider visiting Dr. Craig Jonov. Dr. Jonov is a double board-certified surgeon who offers a wide range of services. To schedule a consultation with Dr. Jonov, Call Us At 877-738-4211 Today!
Positive Portraits Of Celebrity Cosmetic Surgeries Flood The News
Hello Magazine recently ran a story that confirmed that Victoria Beckham, voted one of the U.K.’s 100 most powerful women by the BBC, had a breast enlargement surgery in 1999. Similarly, Kim Kardashian has been the object of constant speculation in the media about which cosmetic procedures she has tried. Kardashian—who has appeared on the cover of Glamour, Cosmopolitan and Self, among others—previously admitted to having Botox to keep her face smooth and youthful.
A recent article from Mail Online speculates that she has also had fat transfers to get her famous derriere.
Lawyers And Public Rally Behind Woman Asking Insurance Company To Pay For Procedure
If you are injured in a car accident and your doctor tells you (and your insurance) that you will need a surgery to recover from your injury, then it should be considered a medically necessary expense, right? That is what one woman is arguing.
RTV News reports that a woman recently suffered damage to her breast implants during an accident. Her insurance is unsure whether they should cover it, but personal-injury lawyers have spoken out, saying that an injury is an injury.
If you are planning a cosmetic treatment, give Dr. Jonov a call. We can help you determine which procedure or combination of procedures is best for you. To schedule a consultation, Call Us At 877-738-4211 Today!
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