Posted December 10, 2012 in Plastic Surgery
An increasing number of career women are getting plastic surgery in hopes to stay as fresh looking as their younger colleagues. Both recent college graduates and more seasoned career women alike want to be taken seriously in the workplace, and many times looking the part is half (or more) of the battle. Yes, working hard and networking harder will pay off, but that doesn’t mean looks don’t count.
For those in the the local tech scene especially, the popularity of plastic surgery is growing. In an industry where women have long fought to be taken seriously, many women are opting for plastic surgery as a means to keep themselves looking attractive for the workplace. In the startup side of the tech world, many of the players are among the 20-30 set. For an older woman to compete in the space, she needs to find ways to fit in, and sometimes plastic surgery can keep her do just that. Even for the bigger tech giants, younger women are getting promoted to higher positions faster than ever before. Is it possible the promotions aren’t all due to achievements, but also to looks? Of course.
And the Internet may very well have something to do with the rise in plastic surgery for women in business. Millions of company employees have photographs of themselves on company sites and blogs, on their own personal LinkedIn profiles and beyond. All associated with their careers. Plastic surgery can be a welcomed resource for those scrambling to fit into their business network through their looks.
From getting rid of upper arm flab to breast lifts and facelifts, Dr. Henry offers a wide variety of plastic surgery options for women looking to stay looking young.