I couldn't really answer this question as a definite one or the other. At the moment I think my answer would be no, I wouldn't...yet if something drastic were to happen to me that altered my natural looks, such as (heaven forbid) a car accident, then I would certainly be open to plastic surgery. I'm 49 years old, and parts of my body have been making a mad dash south without the rest of me for the past few years now. My face, I've noticed in the past year, has been becoming more defined with age lines. I also inherited - from my dad - bags under the eyes, which adds to an 'aged' look (thanks, Dad <img src="/images/graemlins/rolleyes.gif" alt="" />). Sometimes I look at these things and think - very briefly - it would be nice to be able to change some of it. But then I remind myself of something I once heard; that the lines and wrinkles are all a part of me...a history of my life experience that I wear. And so it doesn't really bother me to let it show. Mind you, I suppose I'd probably go to the salon and have any gray hair concealed if it were to show up, but beyond that, I guess I accept the rest of the aging process. However, my sister - who is 4 years younger than me - has a lot of gray hair starting to appear, but she says she will never have it covered over. So really, it all comes down to a matter of personal preference.
Just so long as my dog doesn't start running away at the sight of me in the mornings, I guess I'll stay this way. At least for now. <img src="/images/graemlins/wink.gif" alt="" />