Many women suffer from the pain and burning, in the balls of their feet, associated with wearing high heel shoes. Most would argue that the pain is a necessary by product of looking good. Well this does not have to be the case, because a new procedure is rocking the world which will wipe out this pain. Plastic surgeons have perfected a procedure that will cushion the balls of a woman’s feet to allow her to wear those heels pain free.
There are many professions, that women hold positions in, that require fancy shoes with a heel. Company employees from executives to secretaries all feel the pressure of needing to look there best, and nothing looks better on a woman’s foot then a sleek shoe with a long heel. Models and movie stars also feel that necessity to always wear a heeled shoe. How wonderful it is that such a procedure exists which will make that possible without all the pain.
It is not only professional women who enjoy the allure of wearing heeled shoes. Whether she’s a single women going out for a drink, or a wife and mother hoping to impress her husband, she will slip her foot into a heeled shoe and endure the pain that it entails. Beauty does not have to be painful. Women of all walks will benefit from this procedure, allowing them to strut in a heel comfortably.
This procedure involves a dermal implant placed in the ball of the foot which adds a cushion. This cushion creates a sensation akin to walking on a pillow. Not many women can say that they feel like they are walking on a pillow when they are wearing heels. The dermal filler, collagen, is easily injected into the balls of the feet and is a natural protein found in the skin. It will slowly dissolve so that removal of an implant is not necessary. This does however mean that the procedure will need to be repeated periodically.
CosmeticSurgeryGuru reported that in 2009 there was an increase in the number of UK women undergoing cosmetic procedures involving dermal fillers implanted in the balls of their feet. In fact the site said that clinics have reported that they have performed five times the procedures of previous years in Britain. Christmas seems to be the most popular season to undergo this plastic surgery procedure.