- What is Cinderella surgery?
- What are some the abnormalities/deformities that Cinderella surgery addresses?
- Who performs Cinderella surgery and is it safe?
- How much does Cinderella surgery cost?
- What is recovery like after Cinderella surgery?
- Who is a viable candidate for Cinderella surgery?
- The verdict on Cinderella surgery
Who is a viable candidate for Cinderella surgery?
As stated, undergoing such an intensive surgery purely for cosmetic reasons is generally not advised.
However, should you suffer from bunions, hammer toes/clawed toes and/or chronic pain in your feet or other foot deformities – this could be a viable option for you.
It is important to note that Cinderella surgery is a combination of foot surgeries. Cinderella surgery is the term that was coined by women who utilised and viewed the procedure as one that purely for cosmetic reasons. Keep in mind, however, that the surgery has many positive attributes for men and women alike who suffer from chronic foot pain and abnormalities in their feet which hinder their walking and take a toll on their everyday lives.
Women who experienced chronic pain from bunions are often unable to run or even walk comfortably. These women find it hard to wear closed shoes in general, let alone slip into a pair of heels. After undergoing Cinderella surgery, they are able to walk and run again without pain. In cases such as these, the surgery is life changing.