The truth about plastic surgery: what you need to know

The first thing I noticed when I got the phone call was the size of the phone, it was bigger than my fingers.

I’ve got a little hand and I’ve never had to use one before, so I was worried I’d get a call asking if I had a nose job or an eyebrow lift.

But I thought it was an odd call, it could’ve been an NHS appointment or something.

I had to take the call at the end of the day.

When I arrived at the surgery, the receptionist asked me to put my hands on the table.

The only thing that could be bigger than me was my head.

I couldn’t even feel the plastic, it felt like it was all made of cardboard.

But that was my first experience with plastic surgery, and it changed my life.

I now have full-face surgeries in my 20s, and I feel like I’ve been doing it for a long time.

If it hadn’t been for the phone I probably would’ve stopped.

But the plastic is what really made me start.

How does it work?

Plastic surgery involves creating a small opening in the skin of the face that’s designed to allow your face to move.

When you have the plastic surgery done, you can usually remove the flap, but it’s not always possible.

You may have to remove a small portion of the flap if you have an operation that requires your face, like facial lift or liposuction.

In some cases, the plastic flap can stay attached to the face permanently.

It’s called a facial flap because it stays attached to your face for up to 20 minutes after your operation.

You have to have the flap removed for cosmetic reasons, such as to prevent the skin from breaking down after the operation.

Your plastic surgeon can work out which flap is the right size for you.

How do I know if it’s right for me?

The plastic surgeon will ask you to close your eyes and feel the shape of the plastic around your face.

He or she will also take a photograph of your face so you can compare it to the photographs you’ve taken of your friends, family and loved ones.

If the shape looks similar to yours, it’s a good indicator of what you should expect when it comes to the size and shape of your plastic surgery.

After the surgery you’ll need to wear a mask for up at least two weeks to remove the excess skin.

You’ll also need to change your diet and drink plenty of water.

You might be able to avoid having the plastic removed altogether if you follow a diet low in calories, or by eating fewer processed foods.

But be aware that you can have more plastic surgery than you can possibly handle, so it’s important to check with your plastic surgeon about the best way to do this.

Is it worth it?

Plastic surgeons have told us that the plastic you’ve been offered is worth it, especially if it gives you a healthier look.

The plastic surgeons we spoke to said it gives them a chance to improve their appearance without being too much of a distraction, so that’s a bonus.

Some surgeons have also said they have been offered plastic surgery in return for helping their patients.

We think this is the most attractive part of the process, but you should talk to your plastic surgeons before deciding.

You can also ask your GP about plastic surgeries if you want to see them done for free.

Do you have to pay?

You’ll have to fill out a form and pay a fee to get your plastic surgeries done.

You won’t be able get your face plastic surgery at home unless you’re accompanied by someone.

The surgery usually costs between £2,500 and £5,000, depending on your age and how much you have insurance.

If you don’t have insurance, it may cost more than that, especially at first.

There’s no fee to have your plastic procedure done.

It may take up to six weeks to get it done, so if you decide to do it, you’ll have time to do some research before deciding if you’re interested.

Is plastic surgery really safe?

You won: a) be able look at your plastic body in a new way.

You should be able feel more confident in your own skin, and you should be less likely to feel anxious, depressed or scared.

b) look better in your new skin.

c) have a much more confident appearance and feel more comfortable.

You will not need to shave your face after your surgery, but the plastic surgeon may ask you for a face make-up job or even make-out sessions.

If there’s any lingering discomfort, the surgeon will try to alleviate it by applying a moisturiser or eye cream to your skin.

Your surgeon may also ask you about your weight, which you can do in a separate appointment.

If your plastic operations have been successful, you might not need cosmetic surgery for the rest of your life, but if you’ve had more than one surgery in the past and are unhappy with your look