Plastic surgery for some faithful christians in Miami Florida is a spiritually and morally conflicting decision. Considering what the bible infers about respecting our bodies as God had created us and not desecrating his perfection. In my opinion, Plastic surgery is not a sin by far, considering that during Medieval times [ which lasted between the 5th and 14th centuries] a period of time that was fiercely religious–european women were still seeking the assistance of “health experts” to conjure-up creams for removing warts and lightening the skin. Still, the medically assisted transformation of one’s physical beauty since centuries past–has had no real conflict with religious scholars and leaders.
I grew up in a mostly Jewish community and when I was a teenager in the 1980’s it was common for both the Catholic girls and the Jewish girls to get rhinoplasty surgery– “The Sweet 16 Nose Job” as some sort of American constitutional birthright. Needless to say, all the Catholic boys dated us Jewish girls, some even married–including myself. Thanks to plastic surgery, I married my husband now a 30 year veteran of NASA’s legal department.
I don’t think God will punish me for my own breast reduction operation I had 4 years ago, my back was killing me because I was so large. Many Florida women will agree with me; looking beautiful and feeling emotionally satisfied that we are healthier is not a sin. What he might be disappointed about is that I lied to my husband how much it costed.:)) But I financed it and it came around to about $30 dollars a week. So, don’t feel guilty morally about having plastic surgery, but if you are, we also give you moral support to make the decision and transform your wellbeing –inside and out. Call Us!