Plastic surgery in Dallas Texas for young teenagers is rising yearly. Mass-media and pop-culture have inspired young adults to be healthier; working out in the gym, participating in high school sports in order to maintain a healthy body and mind. Additionally, “looking great” is not enough, Texas teens like most across America want to look like a “movie star”, they want to “look awesome!” which is better than “perfect”. But a developed nation as the U.S. is unique in that there is a wide availability of “credit” for even young teens with a co-signer (the parent). Even without taking out a loan, or maxing out their “Junior” debit cards–teenagers today have plenty of opportunities to make considerable cash income and save for their own plastic surgery operations without their parents co-signature on a credit application.
A common stereotype is that it is only white, teenage Jewish girls who get rhinoplasty surgery on their 16th birthday , but current statistics reveal that it’s actually both boys and girls, of all races who are opting to either correct a crooked nose, reduce the “beakiness” or “hawkish curve” of their noses..or simply desiring a more balanced shape of their nose in proportion to the metrics of their face shape and head. Could we dare say that the subconscious need is to have one’s face be more symmetrical?–and beauty is simply the result.
Supportive fathers, have always viewed their teenage daughter’s decision for what she calls “the perfect nose”–as a way to support his daughter’s transformation from butterfly to mature woman. It was DAD who taught her how to hunt in the Texas woodlands for wild boar, taught her how to drive, gave her the first joint-checking account [ also known as the Junior Debit card] and now they sign patient consent forms together. This bonding is very important between fathers and daughters in today’s modern times.
In conclusion, plastic surgery offices across Texas by large are experiencing an unexpected demand for May to June high school graduation presents-rhinoplasty procedures. If you have a teenage son or daughter considering rhinoplasty please contact us and schedule a consultation about state laws in Texas concerning plastic surgery for minors and your options. God bless