Cosmetic Plastic Surgery & Good Manners
No one is perfectly comfortable criticizing themselves. We may be kind and have good manners when talking with others. But when we’re talking about ourselves, we not always as kind. We may even be downright cruel to ourselves.
As we grow into responsible adults, we learn that constructive criticism is a part of life. Additionally, we adjust accordingly for self-improvement. Well, at least to some degree. This is true at least in the case of goal achievement, such as pushing ourselves harder to get a promotion at work, eat a better diet, exercise more, or even hike to the top of a mountain!
However, self-criticism within the context of one’s physical appearance is often much more challenging a feat. It can be harder for a person to confront the limitations of their appearance than it can be for them to conquer the top of a mountain! Why is this so?
Why Do We Feel This Way?
Part of it is society. We are trained by the media to be very critical of ourselves and to every degree imaginable. Our car isn’t sporty enough, our house isn’t lavish enough, and our bank accounts are never big enough. When it comes to appearance, especially in commercials targeted towards women, the message can be subtle, but relentless. Men also deal with similar insecurities via media targeted at making them feel less than adequate.
While many plastic surgeons exploit this reality to turn their practices into a gravy train, that’s now how we do things here. We don’t take advantage of patients with insecurities. The goal is to approach patients in a professional and courteous manner. To help them deal with real insecurities using an approach that makes sense. Consequently, good manners have become an indispensable quality of our patients’ experience.
Why Are Good Manners Missing in Plastic Surgery?
We already know that we live in a nation of insecurity. Anybody who has watched cable television knows it’s hard to make it through an hour of TV without a commercial suggesting that there is something missing in our lives. Especially in image-focused locations like Los Angeles and Beverly Hills, many plastic surgeons exploit this fear. As a result, they’re able to push them into procedures they don’t need.
Many patients have noted that the qualities that make Dr. Mac different are his Southern gentleman demeanor, professionalism, and no-nonsense approach to plastic surgery. Dr. Moretz understands that the hardest things to talk about are the aspects of your appearance which you are not proud. Those you want to change.
Good Manners Matter
A conversation of this nature requires care, sensitivity, and good manners. For this reason, the goal of Dr. Mac and every member of the staff at Face of Beverly Hills is to never leave you feeling like a number. You are a unique individual deserving of respect.
Selecting Dr. Mac Moretz for your cosmetic procedure isn’t just about choosing a professional surgeon with 30+ years of experience. Choosing Dr. Moretz as your cosmetic care provider is choosing a partner in your development into the person you want to be on the outside to further enhance your growth as an individual on the inside.
Choose Dr. Mac Moretz
Dr. Mac cares about you as a person, and his Testimonials show his dedication to every patient again and again. Choose Face of Beverly Hills for your next cosmetic procedure!
Dr. McCoy Lee Moretz, a renowned Beverly Hills Facial Plastic and Cosmetic Surgeon, welcomes you to a new standard of professionalism and surgical skill in cosmetic surgery.
Let Face of Beverly Hills’ expert surgeon Dr. Mac Moretz shape your physical persona not to society’s image of perfection, but to your own individual perception of a happier, more confident you.
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