Will Cosmetic Surgery Improve Your Love Life?
It’s February, the month of all things pink, red and heart-shaped. For most couples, it is a time to express their love with romance and passion. And for singles, it’s a time to either crawl under a rock or get back in the game. That brings us to our question of the day: Will cosmetic surgery improve your love life? We believe, yes. But don’t take our word for it. Recently, three of our Salutara customers shared how their surgeries perked up their relationship, dating life, and self-confidence.
Spicing Up Our 31-year Marriage
Shortly after celebrating 31 years of marriage, Paul and his wife Carol decided it was time to explore Europe and finally take care of some lingering dental issues during a visit to Prague, Czech Republic. After receiving a new set of dental crowns, Paul came out of the surgery room absolutely glowing. Two months after the surgery, we spoke to Paul and Carol from their home in California.
“It’s like I got a second chance. I never realized how uncomfortable and irritable I’d been before,” said Paul, a professional baseball scout for the Los Angeles Dodgers. I was in constant pain, especially when I ate. And I know at times it took a toll on my wife.”
Carol added, “I can see the confidence when he smiles now, which is one of Paul’s best features. And now I can finally cook for him again and share romantic meals together without worrying about any pain or discomfort. It’s been good for other areas of our relationship too, but I’ll leave that to your imagination.”
Single Mother Gets Back In The Game
Four years after the birth of her son, Candida knew it was time to do something for herself. After breastfeeding for two years, along with post-baby dieting and exercise, her breasts were significantly smaller. Before surgery, Candida told Salutara in an interview, “For the first time in my life I just want larger breasts. Similar to the size before I had my son.”
Six months after going from a B to a full C cup, we asked Candida if her new breasts had changed anything in her life.
“Well, my dating life for one,” she smiled. “I’ve always been a confident woman, so I don’t really care what people think. But I can’t help but notice now that when I walk down the street or into a bar, men and women actually turn their heads. It’s nice to be noticed, and if my breast augmentation reminded me of anything, it’s that it’s OK to put myself first sometimes- which mothers know isn’t easy. I make dating a priority now, whereas before I didn’t.”
Love Is In The Air
American soldier, Ingrid, is one tough cookie. For a young woman who shows zero signs of weakness, we were surprised to learn that she struggled with feelings of insecurity about the gaps between her teeth. Ingrid explained, “When I was young it didn’t bother me so much, but as I got older I guess I started to feel more self-conscious about it. I started hiding my smile in photos and always felt like it was the first thing people noticed.”
Finally, making the decision to get the smile of her dreams, Ingrid had eight dental veneers fitted over her front teeth. In the months since her procedure, Ingrid happily told us that she is in a new relationship and absolutely loving her new smile.When we asked if it had anything to do with her surgery, Ingrid replied, “I’m not sure. I like to think no, but then again I know how much my confidence has improved since getting veneers. I’m not afraid to smile in photos anymore, and maybe that confidence was what caught my boyfriend’s eye.”
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