Many brides are nervous enough about their wedding day, and will do whatever it takes to look their best. Some start diets, while others work out endlessly. Still others visit makeup and hair artists for the perfect style. One of the latest trends is for brides to schedule plastic surgery months in advance for their wedding day. Recently, wedding dresses have become more form fitting and less forgiving than in the past. Because of this, wives-to-be have become much more focused on their appearance.
Cosmetic surgery can make the bride feel better about herself and be better prepared for her big day. Most brides are concerned about their breast size, their weight, wrinkles and other signs of aging, or skin that is not clear and smooth. As a result, breast augmentations, liposuction, Botox and Coolaser (laser skin resurfacing), are the most frequently chosen procedures. But brides, be warned—enough time should be left after the procedure to make sure that a full recovery is done. Suffering complications due to a rushed convalescence is not desirable. Six weeks is usually sufficient, but three months is the recommended time period; the lady in question will be fully healed and results will be visible as well.