Pros Of Plastic Surgery

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Plastic surgery has becoming a phenomena for people around the world especially woman in today’s world in order to enhance their beauty so that they can be more accepted by society. It pressures people to improve their outward appearance because society has always valued beauty as a leading role of defining beauty. In the era of technology, the first alternative that would cross your mind would perhaps be plastic surgery when people started thinking of the fastest way to chase beauty on a perfect body figure and flawless faces. Majority of women would feel dissatisfied with their bodies and faces because they have that one feeling of insecurity in which they want to appear physically more attractive to the model ideas. According to the KidsHealth,…show more content…
This is for sure, the thought will surely accompanied with the amount of money that will be spend not only for the surgery but for the surgeon fees, hospital bills and after-cost surgery. In addition, no one wants to spend their substantial amount of money if the procedure can make them look even worse than before. According to Sedghi, people who undergo plastic surgeries spend around $40, 000 per day and it gives a total of $15 billion per year contributing to the surgeries (2014). Everyone knows that plastic surgery is not a low-cost procedure and it is usually not covered by medical insurance policies unless it is a reconstructive purpose in order to correct defects on the body or faces due to accidents. Yet, according to Barbosa, people still having plastic surgeries each and each year even there are additional costs on it whereby the bill can be total up to 50% to 100% higher than the surgeon's fees (2012). This clearly shows that people will still choose for the expensive procedure even though it is super expensive as plastic surgeries has becoming a trend in today’s society without thinking the long-term effects of the surgery. According to the British Association of Aesthetic Plastic Surgeons, approximately 50, 000 plastic surgeries procedure were done in the UK last year whereby liposuction surgery increased to 41% (Sedghi, 2014). Moreover, plastic surgery not only gives financial pressure on individual but to the family itself in which they also have to pay for the cost of the postoperative medication. Even worse, they have to spend their money for another surgery because of dissatisfactions of the result. Jocelyn Wildenstein has spent around 4 million dollars with more than 10 plastic surgery procedures which transformed her into curse and strange
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