Will more of our favorite on-screen characters choose surgery as HD TV becomes more and more popular? Celebrities already have a huge following for plastic surgery. Will our newscasters, journalists, and other recognizable faces on television follow suit? Botox, collagen fillers, and for those who are more self-conscious, perhaps even a facelift.
The general public invariably follows where well-known individuals lead. Many people may feel as though they cannot afford plastic surgery. In Europe, cosmetic surgery is significantly less expensive than it is in the United Kingdom. This doesn’t imply that the surgery was performed to a lower standard. The opposite, in fact, is claimed by some. European cosmetic surgery regulations are much stricter than British ones. In contrast, cosmetic surgery is unregulated in the UK. Most likely, a beautician or hairdresser will inject the Botox you decide to have done during your lunch break.
Given that Botox itself can have negative side effects, this has significant medical ramifications. That just couldn’t happen in the European Czech Republic. Both invasive and non-invasive treatments must be administered by trained, fully qualified medical personnel. Why wouldn’t you choose surgery abroad when the cost of travel is so affordable, the cost of the procedure is so much less, and you can be sure that it will be done to a high standard?
You can emulate celebrities’ lifestyles and reverse the effects of aging to maintain your youthful appearance and beauty. We are more likely to want to achieve that look as we see more on-screen faces being fine-tuned to perfection.