Some plastic surgeons may offer free services in certain situations. According to the site EnlightenMe, if you suffer from a medical condition, birth defect, or deformity that affects the quality of your life negatively, you may be able to get a plastic surgeon to correct the condition for free.
Some examples would be a cleft palate, or other disfigurement, or other health issues that affect your day-to-day life.
Surgeons looking for publicity often offer free makeovers during certain times of the year, like Mother’s Day or Christmas. You can also search for websites that cater to people who want cosmetic surgery and can’t afford it.
Lastly, you can look for clinical trials in plastic surgery in the US at NHS.
Considering a plastic or cosmetic surgery? Check out the Ten Financing Options for Cosmetic Surgery at Fox Business.
Get tips for choosing a cosmetic surgeon at American Board of Cosmetic Surgery.
In medical news, plastic surgery is supposed to make your face look different. But the impacts of procedures can go far beyond a change in physical appearance: People could perceive your post-surgery personality differently, too, new research suggests.
People rated women who received certain kinds of facial rejuvenation procedures as being more likable, attractive and feminine than women who hadn't yet undergone operations, according to a study published recently in the journal JAMA Facial Plastic Surgery. The women who underwent the procedures were also perceived to have more social skills, the study found. Catch more at The Washington Post.