In a recent radio interview, Dr. Bill Johnson discussed when young people should consider having cosmetic procedures performed and what you can do to avoid looking like someone else after having cosmetic work done.
Here's a transcript of the interview:
HOST: When should you have cosmetic surgery? How young is too young?
These days, both men and women are choosing to manage aging using cosmetic procedures. In this radio interview, Dr. Bill Johnson shares a variety of reasons why men and women get cosmetic work done.
FEMALE HOST: So, everybody was talking about Renee Zellweger the other day. She came out in public and people went, “That’s who?”
HOST: Have you seen the pictures of Renee Zellweger? I saw them first on Entertainment Tonight yesterday and, at first, I really couldn’t tell much of a difference. But, now, when I look a little more and I have more time than just three seconds to kind of look side by side, I can see some differences, but there’s also I think a little thing called “age” that comes into account and that is what Renee is saying. She’s like, “Hey, you know what? I’m older now. I’m glad that people think I look different, but some people think she has had a lot of work done.”
We are joined by Dr. Bill Johnson, a cosmetic surgeon.