Cosmetic Plastic Surgery
Most people want to be more beautiful than other people. They are always seeking the “beauty”, which makes them believe that they will be happier. That is why there is more and more people using plastic surgery as a solution. Those patients have a variety of ages and sexes. It can be ranged from twenty to fifty-five or over. It is included both sexual: males and females. There are thousands of reasons for them to see a plastic surgery doctor. They may want to look younger for professional or personal reasons. They may want to change a feature which they never liked. Whatever the reason, the data is not lied. There were nearly 8.5 million cosmetic surgical and non-surgical procedures performed in 2001, an increase of 304% from 1997, according to the American Society for Aesthetic Plastic Surgery. (“Choosing Cosmetic Surgery”) However, they are just seeking a mask to hide their true charm; the message here is “be yourself.” Moreover, as with other surgeries, cosmetic surgery leads to many kinds of side affect, and patients need to be careful for an aftercare surgery. Finally, cosmetic surgery can cause an addiction by society trends and Body Dimorphic Disorder. No one is perfect, and there is no “perfectism” either. People often complain about something on their body. They may think that their noses are shorter than others. Maybe, they think beautiful women should have big eyes. Sometimes, they may wish their lips to be a little bit thicker. However, the truth is people are a product of the love between their mom and dad. They should accept it as a present that their parents gave them. According to the American Society for Aesthetic Plastic Surgery (ASAPS), “The top five surgical cosmetic procedures in 2007 were: liposuction (456,828 procedures); breast augmentation (399,440 procedures); eyelid surgery (240,763 procedures); abdominoplasty (185,335 procedures); and breast reduction (153,087 procedures) (“Highlights of the ASAPS 2007...
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