Another reason is unsanitary conditions, most the doctors who are performing these surgeries don’t have a proper place and they don’t have clean materials such as office-based procedures. As a result of this, people can get infected easily after having their surgery performed. Furthermore, many of these doctors are not licensed by The American of Plastic Surgeons and Reconstructive so they don’t have any mandatory test performed on their surgical tools and area, many infections can occur. Dirty tools can cause bacteria to be present in the body after the surgery sometimes can even cause death. There are many other factors that should be viewing as risks of cosmetic plastic surgery.
This is not accurate because it is not one product that is causing these health problems such as diabetes and obesity. Getting rid of just soda will not take away health issues. The soda ban is a bad idea because it limits people's opinions. ¨Ban the Ban!¨ the opinion piece by SidneyAnne Stone quotes, ¨When you take away my option to order a soda a certain size, you have now removed my opinions.¨(Stone pg. 288).
They observe people in the media who have done it and there is no other way to achieve what they strive for. They have implantation surgeries done such as gluteus, breast, and fake muscles. They also undergo facial reconstructions, nose jobs, lip injections, etc. People will go through other types of plastic surgeries such as a gastric bypass to lose weight, due to the fact that it is a much faster and permanent solution. Plastic surgery has risks such as fluid build up and infection.
My issue is if cosmetic surgery is becoming a mental health issue or if it’s becoming an addiction to many. I will mainly discuss how it’s becoming such a big issue to this society and how it’s affecting many people. A lot of people mostly teenagers are being affected because they see that many people are going on with the procedure. Many people are having the thought that it is only to make them prettier or to boost their self-esteem. However many also argue that since many people are undergoing cosmetic surgery it’s easier for people to just undergo a surgery and wake up with what you wanted.
What is Plastic Surgery? Plastic surgery is a surgical procedure that is carried out to enhance the aesthetic appearance of a person or improve the functionality of an organ. It can be classified into cosmetic surgery which concentrate on improving the looks of a person and reconstructive plastic surgery which focuses on enhancing the performance of organs. One of the easiest ways to enhance your self-esteem as a woman is by improving your looks. There are several parts of the body whose appearance can be improved by plastic surgery.
Cosmetic surgery has certain disadvantages such as it is harmful to the patients but it also has a lot of advantages such as it can improve self-confidence and also, improve health. Although some people argue that cosmetic surgery is risky, it should not be banned because it can improve self-esteem and quality health of life.
Although most people have good reasons to undergo these surgeries , I think it harmful more than beneficent. Opponents of plastic surgery can not deny the distinct role provided by most cosmetic surgery towards ending the decade burns and wounds, and some of the common injuries that already caused a change is evident in the overall shape of the human being either male or female,
Plastic surgery is defined as surgery that helps people reconstruct their original appearance to what they cherish and demand, such as reshaping a nose or augment breasts (Zuckerman & Abraham, 2008). Since plastic surgery is no longer a taboo nowadays, more citizens are interested and this trend is getting younger too. More and more people accept that this kind of surgery is common in today’s society. Most scholars agree with the increasing trend of demand for plastic surgery, especially the youngsters (Wilhite, 2012; Pearl & Weston, 2003; Zuckerman & Abraham, 2008). Undergoing cosmetic surgery could let people ‘feel better about themselves’ and be satisfied with the part of body they have fixed (Pearl & Weston, 2003; Zuckerman & Abraham, 2008).
Reconstructive surgery can be a difficult and rather awkward subject for individuals to discuss. Reconstructive surgery offers assistance to those struggling with impaired body structures and movement as a result of an accident or even a simple birth abnormality. Through means of reconstructive surgery patients are able to leave with improved movement and a more normalized appearance. Reconstructive surgery is offered as elective and non-elective which determines whether the surgery is performed for aesthetics (“Plastic Surgery” para 1-2). In recent years, reconstructive surgery has received a negative reputation due to motives of improved appearance.
Reasonings for someone to choose to proceed with a cosmetic surgery vary from person to person. The decision is based on how someone views the topic. The choice of cosmetic procedures in animals has varied around the world throughout hundreds of years, and still today, we wonder whether it is ethical or not. There are often situations