I’m going to need some cosmetic surgery to keep my job in Charlotte NC
I need cosmetic surgery to keep my job in Charlotte NC (or a new job)
As it happens, I have one of those jobs where I have to have cosmetic surgery to keep my job in Charlotte NC. I have a tattoo on my neck that goes just slightly above my collar. The problem is, the company has just been bought by some new owners who have a problem with tattoos. Normally, I’d go get a job somewhere else, but it occurs to me that I might run into the same problem at other workplaces. Laser tattoo removal is done by aiming a laser at just the right frequency to be absorbed by the ink rather than the skin, breaking up the ink particles to be flushed out of the system.
I’m not the only person who needs cosmetic surgery to keep my job in Charlotte NC. Some people are in professions like modeling and are growing older. Some people are spokespeople or appear on TV news, and have suffered accidents that have caused scars. And some people are being considered for promotions in businesses where management is a little shallow in its thinking.
Charlotte’s most experienced facial plastic surgeon
If you feel the need for cosmetic surgery for job-related purposes, the first thing to do is to get the opinion of an expert on the subject. Be prepared for an open and honest discussion of what improvements you need to your face and how they should be made. If you do decide on surgery, both you and whoever is employing you will want it to be done by someone with a lot of experience.
Sean Freeman, MD, is the most experienced facial plastic surgeon in Charlotte. He has been certified by two different surgery boards, the American Board of Otolaryngology (head and neck surgery) and the American Board of Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery. His web site is called “OnlyFaces.com” because he has devoted himself completely to facial plastic surgery since 1988. If you’ve ever said “I need cosmetic surgery to keep my job in Charlotte NC,”make an appointment or request an online consultation today.