Most of the time, you’re looking for plastic surgery if you want to look younger and more attractive, but the findings of a recent study suggest that you can make even more unexpected improvements through plastic surgery.
WHAT YOU KNOW ABOUT PLASTIC SURGERY
In daily life, we are each judged and evaluated according to our looks. One of the ways we know we can improve how young and attractive we look is by pursuing facial plastic surgery from an experienced surgeon, but the truth is people make more judgements about us than simply how young or attractive we look. They evaluate us to determine if we’re likeable, trustworthy, and much more.
4 THINGS YOU DIDN’T KNOW ABOUT PLASTIC SURGERY
In a study of 30 patients who underwent facelifts and eyelid surgeries, researchers used facial profiling to determine just how plastic surgery influences the way we are perceived by others. Using photographs they took before and after the patients’ surgeries, 24 random people were asked to judge the patients according to certain characteristics. Researchers found that plastic surgery improved much more than youthfulness and attractiveness. Patients of plastic surgery were found to be more:
- trustworthy, and
MORE REASON TO IMPROVE THROUGH PLASTIC SURGERY
In addition to looking younger and attractive, plastic surgery can improve the success of your social relationships by positively changing the ways you are perceived by others. Looking more likeable, social, and trustworthy can have a big impact on your success in business and personal relationships.
If you are thinking about making life-changing improvements through facial plastic surgery, contact Dr. Raval at (303) 381-3223 for a consultation about your ideal look and aesthetic goals. Dr. Raval is a double-board certified facial plastic surgeon who is recognized nationally for his natural-looking surgeries and innovative techniques.
SOURCE: Michael J. Reilly, MD et al. “Effect of Facial Rejuvenation Surgery on Perceived Attractiveness, Femininity, and Personality.” JAMA Facial Plastic Surgery Volume 17, Number 3.