Plastic Surgery Nightmares Aren’t Scary Enough

Plastic surgery nightmares are exploited everywhere. Tabloid magazines, day time talk shows, and late night programs headline botched surgeries every chance they can get. If you conduct a Google search for plastic surgery nightmares, and you will be given lists of the top one hundred botched surgeries, and leads to talk shows who have showcased people who have undergone in this surgery, and had the outcome of needing more plastic surgery to fix the original job.

The horror stories are endless, and yet people all over the world still flock to surgeons, experienced or not and get the procedures that promise them years off their face and bodies. People are obsessed with looking younger, thinner, more beautiful, or looking like someone else entirely. Is there any part of the body that surgeons can’t manipulate? High expectations are placed on these pricey surgeries. People expect their lives to change dramatically, and everything will be better once the surgery is over.

While the risks associated with plastic surgery are fairly low if you find a reputable and board certified plastic surgeon, you need to consult your physician first to understand exactly what your body will go through. Depending on the type of surgery you are going to have performed, some of the risks may be severe scarring, temporary paralysis, asymmetry, which would require a second surgery to fix the abnormality, numbness and tingling of the affected area, dimples, puckers and irregularities that may require a second surgery. The success and outcome of your particular surgery will depend greatly on your health, age, and body make-up, weight, history of cancer, or other genetic problems that may affect your over all health. In one survey that was conducted, the risk of serious complications is usually around half of 1% of those who have plastic surgery.

Many people feel that the changes they have made result in appearances that make them no longer resemble themselves any more. After the surgeries, many people regret having made changes to their bodies and faces and go under the knife again to get their original appearances back again. And still again, many people become addicted to having plastic surgery, looking younger, or having enhancement surgery, and undergo the knife over and over again, making themselves more likely to become a front page plastic surgery nightmare.

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