What is the primary motivation behind getting a little something done? To feel better in your own skin. But this raises an important question: do fillers really affect self-esteem?
This is pretty personal, but in our opinion, they do in most cases. Here’s what you should keep in mind about using injectables to feel more confident.
Cosmetic Changes Don’t Fix Mental Health
We’ve all been there: standing in front of the mirror and noticing something that just puts a dent in our confidence. This is a universal human experience. What isn’t is looking in the mirror and truly hating what you see. This indicates a bigger problem with your self-image and mental health.
Fillers Do Correct Those Small, Annoying Issues
Before getting anything cosmetic done, you need to feel good about yourself as a whole – you just have some small feature that is starting to grate on you and you’ll feel better after injectable fillers. This could be fine lines and wrinkles, a lack of lip volume and even a weak chin.
Can Fillers Boost Your Confidence?
This all depends on you. Some people address a specific issue or two and then feel great about how they look. Others correct one issue and then instantly discover another. And you might not know which is the case until you get your injectables to feel more confident.
Not sure where you fall on the spectrum? Let Dr. Chang guide you. Call the office at 410-740-9330 or fill out the contact form to schedule a consultation.