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Mother-Daughter Plastic Surgery

Mother-daughter relationships can be intimate or intrusive. Some mothers and daughters are best friends. Others talk once a week. Some talk once a year.

Many bond over watching their favorite TV serial, while others undergo a -plastic surgery treatment- together. And it is not as rare as you might think.

Mothers and daughters undergoing plastic surgery together is a growing trend that helps in providing moral support to one another and coming out feeling great.

According to ABC News, Lynda and her daughter, 38-year-old Stefanie, spend their bonding time experiencing life-enhancement cosmetic surgery.

The duo is no stranger to wild, unusual activities—they have snorkeled, zip lined and helicoptered their way around the world from their home bases in Montreal.

“I thought this would be a nice thing for us to do together because we could be a support system,” Stefanie, a pediatric speech language pathologist , told ABC News’ Cecilia Vega. “We [could] have a good three or four days together to vegetate and relax.”

Lynda was looking to lose what she described as “nagging sag” on her neck. As for Stefanie, it was time for her to undergo a breast-contouring surgery and slim down her waist.

“Something I have noticed as I have been getting older is that my bust is hanging lower,” Stefanie said.

A Los-Angeles based plastic surgery welcomed the idea of mother-daughter joint plastic surgery experience– and said it helps in bolstering their relationship.

The plastic surgery performed a neck tuck and inserted cheek fillers on Lynda, while Stefanie got a breast lift and a tummy tuck.

Seven weeks post-surgery, both mother and daughter expressed their satisfaction with the results of their unusual bonding experience.

“I definitely notice a difference obviously with my stomach,” Stefanie said. “I am really thrilled about my bust.”

“I feel really great about myself,” echoed her mom. “I am able to wear chokers and things I never wanted to before that would address my neck.”

“Now, bring it on,” she said.

Done alone—or with your mother—plastic surgery is a rewarding, self-gratifying experience that will help you improve your self-image and enhance confidence.

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