Plastic surgery is a special type of surgery that greatly improves not just your appearance, it improves self esteem and health at the same time it gives you a better quality of life. The name “Plastic surgery” which includes the word "plastic" doesn't mean patients who have this surgery end up with a face full of fake stuff. The name isn't taken from the plastic substance but from the Greek word plastikos, which means to form or shape. This kind of surgery was invented by the Indian surgeon Sushruta Samhita in the 8th century BC. He put in practice what is known today as rhinoplasty (surgery to the nose) and otoplasty (surgery to the ear). But it became popular after World War I when it was used to help injured soldiers like fixing burns on the face or harmed arms or legs. All over the world, the plastic surgery is helping men and women feel more confident in themselves. It is a booming industry creating thousands of new jobs in the four corners of the globe. It is repairing people, physically and mentally. There are many reasons that people choose to get plastic surgery but three of the most popular reasons to have plastic surgery are: health issues, self-esteem, and society acceptance However again it all depends on the person and what they are trying to achieve or accomplish in life. Whether, you get surgery for friends, a better job, a new mate, to reduce the signs of aging, to manipulate with defects that are difficult to manage and hide. or perhaps they just want to conform to society’s view of what is beautiful, everybody makes the choice for their own good and personal reasons. We should not restrict freedom of choice. Certainly there’s an element of danger involved. But we let people box. We let people bungee jump. They undertake these dangers for fun or for money. Why shouldn’t we let people undertake dangers in the pursuit of beauty, and higher self esteem? For example: Braces, like plastic surgery, are extremely painful, costly,...
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