Positive and Negative effects of Plastic Surgery
Plastic surgery was designed to make the human body look better. Thousands of people have these operations done every year to change their face and body. When people think about having plastic surgery procedures, they think about how beautiful they will look once they have healed. They anticipate how much better their life will be when they finally had the rhinoplasty or breast augmentation that they had been dreaming about. What many of these people do not realize is there are negative effects to the surgery, ranging from emotional issues to cost and risks they take when they lie on the table. Many plastic surgery patients make the mistake of thinking that plastic surgery will completely change how they look. Those who expect to become supermodels overnight are often let down by even a good result because it’s not what they imagined. It is important to have realistic expectations for what surgery can do. In the worst cases, patients unrealistic expectations can cause them slip into depression during their recovery period. The unattractive bruising and swelling that often accompanies plastic surgery can worsen this effect, because patients often look much worse before they look better. Though thousands of people undergo plastic surgery every year, there are some side effects to the procedures. This varies depending on the exact operation. Some patients have experienced headaches, nausea and prolonged pain. Another common side effect is inflammation, surrounding the area of the body where the procedure was done. These side effects generally dissipate over time but can be bad at the beginning. Many patients do not prepare themselves for the permanency of plastic surgery. When they do not like the result, they may feel massive regret or guilt for having taking such permanent measures. Some unsatisfied plastic surgeries patients may feel anger toward their surgeon for “botching” their procedure. Unfortunately,...
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