The Beauty Of Plastic Surgery

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Beauty is an non materialistic thing, that an excessive amount of people try to achieve. It is advertised in places one would least expect to see it, while it grasps the attention of adolescents, adults, and the elderly. Many believe that they know it once they see it, as they say, beauty is in the eye of the beholder. However, once one tries to give an original verbal description of their concept of beauty, it becomes extremely difficult. For those that can share their interpretation of beauty usually say, a person has to possess a particular look. This ideal body image unfortunately pressures people of all ages to achieve that “particular look”. Although it may be difficult to attain, the media glorifies different ways of changing …show more content…
Most resort to surgeries and procedures as a fast and easy way to achieve an ideal image, however the process is not as fast as it seems. Depending on how extreme the procedure is, it can have multiple steps that can last over several years until the desired result is achieved. To prepare for the surgery there are some components that a patient should clarify with the surgeon. It is important to discuss what is going to occur when the patient is going to be unconscious. After the operation, healing time, usually requires the patient to limit the usage of the body part that just received the medical attention, which can result to minor setbacks for some. Those that have a job most likely will need to take a few days off, maybe even weeks, that they cannot afford. In those cases, people take it upon themselves to ignore the physician 's instructions for a proper healing time and end up with unfortunate …show more content…
These complications vary depending on if they develop before or after the operation. Most of the complications form after procedures, this is due to the protocols that surgeons have to follow in order to alleviate dangerous situations. For example, most surgeons will deny access to surgery to frequent smokers because that increases their chances of receiving deep vein thrombosis which is extremely fatal. As far as postoperative, some of the complications can be easily resolved such as infections, soreness, scarring or just the overall dissatisfaction of the appearance. Infection can be treated with antibiotics, soreness can be resolved with an appropriate amount of resting time, there are also creams to help lighten scarred tissue and revision surgery is an option to help satisfy the patient. However, some are extremely complex such nerve damage, hematomas, blood loss, seromas and organ damage. All of these unpredictable situations makes the patient reliant to further medical surgeries in order to repair the complications that have

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