The majority of surgeons will not want to step on any toes trying to let you know about the gory inner workings of your cosmetic procedure. However something that they will do is checking you medical history thoroughly and evaluating in great detail, as to if you are eligible or not for the process. However, because of the nature of the doctor patient relationship, there are certain things that they may not be able to tell you but really wish that you knew. Here are some things that you should know before you decide to go under the knife as a patient and by knowing all this, you too can ensure that you are satisfied with the outcome.
Go through with this just for yourself
If you have decided that you are definitely going to get a breast lift done, do the procedure and go through with it because that is exactly and unquestionably what you would want for yourself. If any external circumstances such as peer pressure is forcing you to do this, please do not go ahead with it. The other common reason why women tend to get these augmentations done is to try and salvage their relationships and that is a completely wrong decision. A failing relationship will not be saved by a cosmetic procedure simply so if you are trying to go ahead with so much pain and do it for yourself.
The doctor cannot change your genes
What does this mean? So, you want a breast reduction surgery done because you are really short and you feel that this will give you more length. However if you are only five feet tall the procedure will not add enough height to make you look as tall as an Italian model exceeding six feet. What you need to clearly understand is that while your doctor can really help you enhance the specific body part you are looking at, he or she cannot magically transform your entire being going in with that unrealistic expectation will only cause dissatisfaction.
If the doctor refuses to go ahead take it on good faith
You are the patent not the medical professional you do not have the skills and expertise that is needed to correctly figure out whether the procedure is one that will work on you or not. In most cases where the doctor refuses to go ahead with the process it is because it has some sort of serious harm to your health that could be brought on about by genetic or other health conditions and medical history, if that is the case, and your doctor says that he or she will not name you as a suitable candidate just take it on good faith and trust their call. After all they do not want to face a malpractice suit either which is what you and your family will file if the process is botched.