Plastic Surgery Addiction

Essence Everidge

What is plastic surgery?

Plastic surgery is the process of reconstructing or repairing body parts. Some are good and some have side effects. Usually people get it to fix the tissue after an accident or just to look better.

1. Accidents can leave people scarred or deformed. Car wrecks, workplace mishaps, lab experiments gone wrong, falling, animal bites, burns, sports, etc. can wreak havoc on the body and sometimes both reconstructive and cosmetic surgery is necessary.

2. Birth defects and birthmarks such as cleft lips, ear deformities and skeletal deformities can cause severe physical and emotional handicaps. Reconstructive surgery – often a series of surgeries done as the person grows – corrects birth defects and restores normal functioning and appearance.

3. Cancer. Reconstructive breast surgery is common among women. Although the procedure is not necessary from a medical standpoint, it helps ease psychological trauma.

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How can it be addicting?

It can be started by low self esteem. Some people just want everything about them to be perfect. If one thing is wrong they want it to be fixed which could lead to addiction and may even end up hurting themselves.
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Bad Turn Outs

Plastic surgery doesn't always turn out the way you want it to. This can cause you to look crazy and look like a completely different person, in a bad way. This will cause even more low self esteem than how you looked before.

Good Turn Outs

Some turn out good and pretty. People get their idea of beauty and try to look that way. The thing that these ladies wanted turned out great.

Authors Opinion

To be honest I still wouldn't recommend plastic surgery. Who knows what you could end up looking like. The decisions you make can have major consequences that can be good or bad.
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