Nowadays, there are many types of plastic surgery that target and improve different parts of the body. However, plastic surgery is more than just a cosmetic procedure to improve appearance; it can also aid in overall mobility so that patients can feel more comfortable performing their day-to-day activities. Patients are required to be at least 18 years old to undergo a plastic surgery; however, there is no maximum age limit. As long as the patient is in good health, s/he is eligible to undergo surgery. A healthy body will be able to withstand the damage from all the alterations during the procedure and will be able to recover quickly and properly. However, older people must have realistic expectations regarding the outcome of their surgery as results may vary. There are certain limitations, especially for patients who want to look younger. Surgeons will aim to find a balance between what the patient wants and what will look natural and realistic. Older patients should not strive to look too young as too much plastic surgery may achieve a negative effect instead. Older patients may require a longer recovery period and assistance compared to younger patients. Minimally invasive procedures are recommended over major surgeries, as older patients are at greater risk of complications due to age. This is why older patients must be in good health before proceeding with any type of surgery.