LOS ANGELES, June 11, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- It's a foregone conclusion in our modern world that people in show business have been known to have "a little work done" from time to time. However, with the rise in plastic surgery awareness and acceptance, Beverly Hills plastic surgeon Payam Jarrah-Nejad sees more patients than ever coming from professions that don't require good looks - at least not on paper. After all, for example, many of the patients seen in his Brazilian buttock augmentation before and after photos come from a variety of professions in diverse fields.
For some, like for men who receive liposuction on love handles, it's simply a confidence boost that allows them to present themselves with more assuredness in a professional setting. Similarly, Dr. J's performed his rapid-recovery breast augmentation on women hoping to secure a more stable future. This method minimizes the breast enhancement recovery period, which shortens the time taken off of work.
"I couldn't point to one precise cause," Dr. Jarrah-Nejad says from his Rodeo Drive Practice. "It's obvious though that people from the business world are looking to improve their physical appearance more and more." He cites a few potential causes for the trend. "Maybe social media, or more acceptance in the public's perception of plastic surgery, or something else," he says.
The rise of Facebook and LinkedIn as professional tools could potentially explain the popularity of plastic surgery. There have been a number of big steps forward for social media as a means of marketing one's skills and background online. It only stands to reason that a striking appearance would attract the clicks of potential employers and business partners. Social media may seem like a superficial way to have an effect on the professional world, but looking deeper, there are reasons for optimism.
"It's a great way for people to expand their personal networks," he says. "As an employer, you might not feel inclined to check out someone's professional background if they're not connected, but if you're drawn to their profile for some other reason, they can benefit."
In addition, the perception of the public toward plastic surgery has turned more favorable in recent times. There's strong evidence that the rise of plastic surgery in such media outlets as reality TV, and high profile cases among actors and musicians, has made the public feel left out. "You know, there was the sense for many decades that the public couldn't afford the level of care and high standard for results that the rich and famous could." In many cases, the prices have come down across the board, especially in Dr. J's case, where the high demand for the quality of his services has allowed the income from the volume of his procedures to offset the base cost.
About Dr. Payam Jarrah-Nejad:
Dr. J, as he's known among friends and patients, is one of Southern California's leaders in providing rapid recovery breast augmentation, facelifts, body sculpting, and the increasingly popular Brazilian butt lift surgery. His office is located in the heart of Beverly Hills, where his clientele includes high-profile patients as well as the not-so-famous. Dr. J's office is now a destination for patients worldwide, who take "medical tourism" trips from far and wide in order to receive the specialized care Dr. J provides.
Check Dr. J out online at www.drjplasticsurgery.com. Alternatively, you can get ahold of Dr. J by calling 310-228-3151 and asking about a free consultation.
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