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With the Right Approach, Plastic Surgery for Teens and Young Adults is Now a Positive Experience
Date:5/19/2010

At The Parker Center for Plastic Surgery, a team approach ensures that teens and young adults are ready for plastic surgery.

Voohees, NJ (Vocus) May 19, 2010 -- In light of recent media coverage of teens and plastic surgery, including a Today Show segment on March 30th, New Jersey plastic surgeon, Dr. Paul M. Parker, saw a great opportunity to address the right way to approach cosmetic surgery for teens and young adults and the benefits.

Advances in cosmetic surgery have allowed procedures to be performed more safely with more natural appearing results. This has increased their popularity in general, but also with teenagers and young adults, as well. They read magazines and view television shows which deal with these topics and are comfortable with the idea of aesthetic improvement.

Children and teens can be cruel to kids who don’t fit in. Although cosmetic surgery can’t change a child’s IQ, it can significantly improve their appearance—such things as large noses, weak chins, protruding ears, girls with significant breast asymmetry, overly large breasts or no breast development at all or. Even teenage acne can be improved with up to date IPL treatments. These procedures should improve their social life and self esteem in addition to allowing them to feel more comfortable with themselves and their appearance.

There is a fine line between what is and is not appropriate for teens and young adults. For example, a 16 year old girl, who is not completely developed physically or psychologically, wants to enlarge her otherwise normal breasts from a B to C cup. In this example, at the Parker Center, we would encourage the patient and her parents to wait until her physical development is complete.
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