Woffles Wu is an aesthetic surgeon
Sometimes, but I think this is an age old misconception. Not everybody who walks into a plastic surgery clinic is in need of psychological help or is on the brink of becoming a psychiatric case. That’s a leftover from films of the 30s and 40s. It’s not like that at all. Everybody wants to look good. It’s inbuilt in our genes. In the old days, all we had was make up and hairstyling to improve us, and then came fashion; plastic surgery is just on the tail end of this concept of grooming—making oneself look better.
Oh, so neurotic. Sometimes I just want to retire instantly because they’re so annoying. Some people are difficult to talk to because they’re mentally obtuse and they want a certain thing. Then the result comes out close to what they expect, but they turn round and say, “Well that’s not what I wanted.” And