Most women in Tennessee have dreamed about their wedding day at some point in their lives, whether by dressing up as a bride as a little girl or simply waiting to meet that special someone. But as the day itself approaches, there is plenty of planning to be done and for some brides-to-be that includes plastic surgery.
We’ve touched on the subject of bridalplasty before on this blog, sharing the story of California native Linsay Ray, who spent thousands of dollars for a tummy tuck, breast lift and other cosmetic procedures that made her feel truly beautiful on her big day. Now, a plastic surgeon based in New York has brought the topic to the forefront yet again. Dr. Carlin Vickery notes that the number of brides-to-be in his clinic continues to increase, as more women opt for various enhancements – dramatic and subtle – to better fill out a wedding dress or erase embarrassing blemishes.
“I did a scar revision on a really ugly shoulder disfigurement caused by an earlier shoulder surgery. The bride wanted to wear a strapless Oscar de la Renta gown but felt self-conscious,” he said in a press release. By transforming the mark from an angry red welt to a subtle white line, Dr. Vickery helped his patient feel like a real princess in time for her wedding.
If you are interested in a few cosmetic enhancements before you tie the knot, Dr. Lett and his attentive staff can help. Contact the Lett Center in Lebanon, Tennessee, today to schedule a consultation.