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As the holidays roll around, people sometimes call my plastic surgery office inquiring about giving the gift of plastic surgery. A wife may want to pay for her husband’s eyelid lift, or a husband might ask to surprise his wife with a breast augmentation.
The generosity of a gift comes down to motivation. If a loved one has been dreaming of having a procedure but can’t afford it or has always prioritized others’ need first, plastic surgery can be a life-changing gift. That oft-quoted cliché is right: it really is the thought that counts. For the man who has never been bothered by his upper eyelids or for the woman who is happy with her bra size, a gift of plastic surgery might be perceived as insulting.
If you’re thinking of giving that special person in your life a gift of plastic surgery, follow these six tips:
Whether it’s a vacuum cleaner, a gym membership, or plastic surgery, the gift you give will be appreciated if it’s truly a gift for your loved one and not one for you.
This blog was contributed to ASPS by Dr. Heather Furnas.
The views expressed in this blog are those of the author and do not necessarily reflect the opinions of the American Society of Plastic Surgeons.