Best Plastic Surgeries to Have During Spring

To maximize your ease and results from cosmetic surgery it’s a good idea to consider the season you’re going to have your procedure in. That’s because the right season will make it so much easier for you to give yourself an appropriate period for safe recovery, conceal swelling and possible visible scarring, and provide the best alibis for those who will get a little too inquisitive about your surgery.

Spring is truly an ideal time for cosmetic surgery and it’s a good thing, because it’s on many people’s minds. This is the time when we get back to serious consideration of what we look like. We hit the gym so we look good and are ready for swimsuit season. Let’s face it: there are a lot of events and trips happening in the summer, and many of them involve less clothing than we may feel comfortable in. Heading to the beach for vacation, summer parties and BBQs, and wedding season can all encourage you to look your best (and show a little more skin than normal).


Some of the best advantages to getting surgery in spring have to do with what came before, and what’s coming. Those winter pastries and bad decisions have started to feel a part of a distance past with all your extra work at the gym and healthier eating habits. Kids are still in school, so you won’t need as much help taking care of them while you recover. There are a few holidays and long weekends in spring that can allow you more time to rest away from the office. It’s a great time to prepare for summer, while still being able to stay indoors or wear bulkier clothing that can help cover up compression bandages. Breast surgery, body contouring, and facial surgery are all great options to consider before the weather heats up.

If you want to learn more about how you can take advantage of spring, give us a call today at (928) 537-6767 to schedule a consultation. You can have great results in time for summer vacations, wedding season, and outdoor parties.

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