I'm a plastic surgeon & my clients want three procedures before going back to the office – it's boosted business by 30%

A PLASTIC surgeon has revealed that his clients request three specific procedures before going back to the office.

Dr Robert Schwarcz, an Upper East Side- based surgeon said the high demand has boosted his business by 30 per cent in the past few months.

He told the New York Post:“Now that people are back in the office or in a hybrid form, they’re wanting Botox, fillers, lighter maintenance lasers and peels.”

A woman who has wanted a nose job since she was 16 eventually got the operation during the pandemic.

Tammy Eloshvili, 39, from Sheepshead Bay, paid $11,500 for a rhinoplasty fromDr. Maurice Khosh while working from home.

She told the outlet: “I got paid for the day. I literally told my boss the night before, ‘I’ll be out for a few hours. I have a doctor’s appointment.’”

Tammy who went back to the office last October said her colleagues have not noticed the change- despite it making her feel "lighter and brighter."

She said: “I notice some of them look and stare because they see something is different, but they can’t put their finger on it. They say, ‘You look great. You look amazing. Did you lose weight?’”

Meanwhile, 24-year-old Elise Dirito decided to get injectable filler to get rid of her undereye bags.

She said: “I’ve had tired eyes ever since I was little. It’s been a huge insecurity of mine.

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"I couldn’t even tell you the amount of times teachers would ask me if I was sick or tired. I tried all the eye creams, but nothing worked,”

“I’m only 24 — and people [would] see pictures of me and say I look older than I am and, as a woman, that’s the last thing you want to hear.”

Elise who works as a sales assistant went to get the injections during her lunch break and worked from home for two weeks while switching off her camera during Zoom meetings.

“It’s about feeling better in your own skin with a little bit less effort,” she added.

Hana Ajjuri, 30, who has been considering the $5,000 upper lip procedure for some time, finally decided to go through with it last month.

Luckily she was able to hide behind her mask while healing.

She said: “I had lip filler in the past and it didn’t give me the lift I was looking for.

"This is something I’ve been wanting for a while — it’s a problem area that’s a little elongated and I’m front and center in front of people all day.

“All of my colleagues were like, ‘You look different, but we can’t tell what it is,'” she continued.

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And Ajjuri's performance at work has improved as she climbed from the 30th to 14th spot this past month.

“I can’t say it’s just from this [lip lift], but I do think when you’re more confident and you feel better, it just puts you in a better mood that makes a huge difference,” she added.

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