Hey all. I know I'm pretty early in doing so, but I'm already starting to narrow down the list of specialties that I'd be most interested in pursuing. I would 100% love to pursue plastics. I love how it's one of the more innovative specialties, I love how you're not limited to one portion of the body, and I love how much meticulousness it can require. However, the pointless cosmetic procedures it includes (boob job, lipo, etc.) are keeping me from wanting to pursue it. I'm entering medicine because I want to help people who really need it, so relying on the more vain procedures (which I heard are the bread and butter of the specialty) for a successful practice makes me want to stay away from plastics. I don't mind the cosmetic procedures that are reconstructive/necessary for normal life, but is there a way someone can practice plastics without doing any of the more optional cosmetic procedures and still be successful? What do y'all think?