Results of Perception Based on Facial Plastic Surgery

Four of the eight traits had significant changes in regards to perception. Between preoperative and postoperative results likability, attractiveness, social skills and femininity. Comparatively, trustworthiness, risk seeking, extraversion and aggressiveness had no significant changes. The researchers concluded changes people’s perception of patients who undergo surgery. The research showed that likability, attractiveness, social skill and femininity improve when you undergo facial rejuvenation. If you are living in Beverly Hills, California and... Read More

Design of the Georgetown University Medical Study on Perceived Beauty

Many plastic surgeons have boasted the results of the benefits of facial plastic surgery. However, for a time it lacked the scientific backing from periodicals. This past April, JAMA Facial Plastic Surgery published a study which examined the perception of patients by their peers post-operation. The study was performed at Georgetown University Medical Center. The objective was to introduce the term of facial profiling to the surgical community while quantifying... Read More

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