If you're not posting pictures of yourself online, your friends are doing it for you. It's hard to escape social media now-a-days. If you are like me, you only post the most flattering and delete the rest.
$1.7 million in cosmetic surgeries were performed last year making it a $6.7 billion business.
Botox, fillers, and plastic surgery, with the good also comes the bad. So, if you are a little apprehensive, have I got an app for you!
It is called the Plastic Surgery Simulator. According to Dr. Daniel Shapiro, a plastic surgeon in Scottsdale, it is a great way to show your doctor what you would like done.
It is similar to the special software that Dr. Shapiro uses to show his patients what they would look like after surgery.
Now, you can download the app on your smart phone or tablet and try it for yourself.
All you do is upload a picture of yourself and then use the tools to surgically enhance your features.
Once you have the look you want, you can decide from the privacy of your own home whether or not you want the surgery. Then take the finished product with you to your plastic surgeon who will have a much better idea of what you have in mind.
The app comes in two versions: one is free and the other costs money, but has a little something extra.
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