She credits a breast reduction to be part of her success.
This was featured in an article in the Daily Mail in 2014 where one of my patients spoke about here experience – you can read it here.
You see, while she never liked the size of her breasts, it was also interfering with her ability to play tennis.
You see cosmetic surgery is never purely cosmetic, or at least not very often.
¦when it is done well.
We see patients who enjoy horse riding, running and we have a haute couture fashion model
¦but we also have mothers and wives who just feel uncomfortable or unhappy with their body shape.
Contrary to popular opinion most people don’t want to walk into a room and attract unwelcome stares and attention.
They just want to feel comfortable in their body physically and psychologically and that is what cosmetic surgery can do.
It brings psychological benefits as well as physical benefits.
You don’t have to be championship tennis player to understand the benefit of having 2kg of breast tissue removed from your chest or 3kg of an abdominal apron removed from your tummy.
It is good to see cosmetic surgery reported with a positive light because all too often, the media portrays cosmetic surgery as creating some freakish caricature of a body.
Most people who come to our clinic, walk out of the clinic looking the same or similar to how they looked when they walked in.
Perhaps they are not needing to wear ‘chicken fillets’ in their bra, or they don’t have to wear baggy jumpers anymore
¦or maybe they just look a bit less tired and more refreshed.
Their friends might think they have had their hair done or changed their make-up, when in fact they have had a blepharoplasty or botox.
It is about making people feel more comfortable, whether they are playing championship tennis or going out for lunch.
¦and that can only be a good thing, right?