A wedding is one of the most important celebrations, not just for the happy couple but also for families, relatives, the wedding party and friends. The event presents a photo opportunity like no other.

The mother and father of both, the bride and groom, want to put their best faces forward. Aunts and uncles and those relatives that haven’t been seen in years go to great lengths to look their very best.

The upcoming wedding season is one of the busiest for a variety of cosmetic procedures that include non-surgical Botox touch-ups and Thermi-Smooth treatments among others. However, the most important thing to take into consideration is the appropriate time frame. Too many people wait until the last minute and are unhappy because they are still swollen and or bruised on the day of the big event.

No matter what kind of procedure you desire, whether a full or partial facelift or a neck lift, it takes 21 days for new skin cells to turn around. If the bride wants a lip treatment, or a mother wants a décolleté treatment, proper planning is imperative for the most beautiful outcome on the wedding day.

You must plan a full six to eight weeks prior to the event to have your cosmetic treatment or procedure. This means you need to have your consultation a good 10 weeks prior.

Always work with a Board Certified Plastic Surgeon no matter how appealing a home Botox party might sound. This is the biggest most important day of your life. If the wedding party wants to have a group event, give our office a call. And when having wedding photos done in advance of the wedding, our make-up artists can help you plan a fun-filled professional make-up session.

Wedding days are often fraught with last minute details and stress, however when everyone puts their best face forward, it will truly be a day to remember.



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