I’ll never forget the day one of my good friends spent his whole wedding ceremony worried about what his hairline was going to look like in the pictures. I always told him to get it fixed if it was something that bugged him so much, but he refused. Until this day, he regrets not listening to me.
As the wedding ceremony date approaches, anxiety levels for both groom and bride increases. The stress levels go through the roof, and there are so many things that need to be taken care of to make sure that everything goes according to plan.
One thing that I am sure everyone knows about is the infamous weight loss plan that a wedding couple will go through to look the best they ever have for their special day. What’s more common now is going under the knife and getting plastic surgery procedures done to fix any self-confidence issues.
Most recently, men have been considering gynecomastia to fit in their tuxedo better. You may not know what gynecomastia is, but it’s when men develop “breasts.” To learn more about this procedure, go to http://www.beverlyhillsman.com/gynecomastia.
Dr. Neavin is considered one of the top surgeons in this area, and he shed some input on why men have been turning to this done before their wedding day approaches. “Often, when men develop “man boobs” they turn to upper body compression vests to fit into their clothes better. Unfortunately, these are severely uncomfortable. They restrict movement, and you can see the outlining through your clothes. What’s better is getting this problem surgically fixed,” says Dr. Tim Neavin.
The great news is that gynecomastia is a very quick and straightforward procedure. The total time it takes to complete the surgery is roughly 2 hours. After that, you are on a smooth 2-3 week recovery period before you can partake in any activities that involve contact.
After the procedure, it will allow you to have a defined chest and fit into your clothes better. This is something a diet simply cannot fix. Unfortunately, development breasts as a male can only be treated through gynecomastia. You can exercise and lift weights all day to improve the visual appearance of your chest, but it won’t have the same results as getting rid of them for good.
The reason it’s important to address this issue is to realize that it’s not only women who are freaking out before the big day. Men are often going through the same stress of trying to look their absolute best. Sometimes plastic surgery is the only option available to make you feel comfortable. Just know that it’s perfectly fine if that’s what you need to do to feel good about yourself.
One of the worst things you can do is sit around and have terrible self-esteem because a body part doesn’t look like you want it to. Even worse, spending your entire wedding day (and night) subconscious about what’s bothering you can ruin everything for you. It’s highly recommended taking care of anything and everything that you need to so that you can focus on your friends, family, and significant other.
Many people think that plastic surgery is looked down upon, it’s time to realize that we are in the year 2016. Plastic surgery is very common these days. Not only that, but the medical industry has come a long way to be able to provide procedures that can have you back in action in no time.
There are two things you can do here:
a) Learn to love who you are and be okay with what God gave you
b) If you have something that is bothering you, and you’re losing sleep over it, get it fixed. We are fortunate to have talented plastic surgeons out there in this day and age to help us with this. Take advantage of what’s available!