It’s something we’ve all done — sit in front of the mirror, critically analyzing every feature, every pore of our face. But now, we don’t need to clear time to sit at the vanity and do it. Remote work and the “Zoom Boom” have us staring at our own faces for hours a day. Many people are realizing there are things they want to tweak with facial plastic surgery, from undereye bags to turkey necks.
Adjusting to an Online World
Being conscious of our online image is nothing new — we’ve been perfecting our profile pictures since the days of Myspace. But this is the first time that most of us are in a position where we are looking at our live image on a screen for large chunks — or even the majority — of our working days.
And this isn’t set to change anytime soon. Even once the pandemic settles down, many companies have come to realize that opting for remote workspaces saves them money and even increases productivity. As such, it makes sense to start focusing more on your appearance, and your face specifically.
Staring at our own faces on a screen for hours a day has put a greater emphasis on our appearances than ever before.
Plastic Surgery for the Zoom Boom
In fact, more and more people are choosing to get plastic surgery now, as there is a reduced need to leave the house, recovery is simpler and so is taking time off from work.
Some common options for facial plastic surgery to consider include:
- Facelift. Addresses lines, wrinkles and sagging skin.
- Neck lift. Can eliminate what’s been deemed “tech neck” or “turkey neck.”
- Eyelid surgery. Reduces the appearance of under-eye puffiness and lifts the lids for a more awake appearance.
- Fillers and BOTOX® can address common facial aesthetic concerns such as lines, wrinkles and lost facial volume without surgery.
Are you ready to make changes to your appearance? Call us at 410-740-9330 or head over to our contact page to schedule a consultation with Dr. Chang.