One of the fastest growing trends in plastic surgery involves teachers and educators using their summer break time to schedule cosmetic surgery to enhance their appearances. Why? Confidence boosting, better job opportunities, and a plethora of other reasons.
Cosmetic Surgery Sought By Educators
Teachers work with children, which can often be innocently honest in their criticisms of personal appearance. Especially since these children see teachers every day, they may become more open about flaws they notice. This can lead to heightened insecurities. Some teachers are often vying for jobs in competitive markets. One way for a teacher to set themselves apart is to have a great resume and an attractive appearance.
The most common cosmetic surgery procedures for teachers are:
- Facial rejuvenation
- Eyelid surgery
- Body Contouring
Surgery Can Open Doors in the Workplace
It is not just for the basic confidence boost that many teachers have opted for plastic surgery. A recent study has shown that many plastic surgery procedures are done to assist a person's workplace success. A teacher that is more confident in their appearance will be able to carry themselves with more authority than before.
It is also suggested that people that are seen as more attractive are also more likely to be seen as more qualified than their peers. This means that those who get cosmetic surgery may be opening career paths for themselves to help reach their workplace goals. Teachers seeking to get plastic surgery procedures during breaks from school should do so only after consulting with a board certified plastic surgeon.
In Ventura, Santa Barbara, and Los Angeles counties, board certified plastic surgeon Dr. Yuly Gorodisky is busy all summer long taking care of teachers to help them look and feel their best for the rest of the school year!