Our face is our primary interface with the outside world and with other people. We use terms “facing the world” or “I can’t face it” to indicate how well equipped we feel (or don’t feel) to handle whatever life throws at us.
Facial defects or deformity, whether it is something we were born with or caused by illness or injury, can cause huge challenges. For some people, cosmetic surgery provides a way of dealing more effectively with these challenges.
Your face is an integral part of who you are and a cosmetic surgeon would never seek to radically alter it.