Plastic surgery was once a taboo subject-many people openly disapproved of procedures like breast augmentations and facelifts. Over the years, attitudes have changed. Since it’s your body, it’s your privacy. Many patients choose not to disclose their procedures to co-workers, but with the more natural looking procedures becoming popular rather than having the “worked on” look, this is becoming easier. When it comes to loved ones and spouses, I believe full disclosure even if they disapprove, would be the best choice. If you don’t think a loved one would be supportive, than make a list of the reasons you would like to make these changes to your body. If they understand that you are making this change to benefit your self esteem-rather to get attention, then they tend to be more supportive. If they still have more questions, you can invite them to your consultation