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Why You Should Have Cosmetic Surgery The elective operation that alters or enhances a part of the face or body of an individual is known as cosmetic surgery. Despite often being interchangeably referred as plastic surgery, it is considered quite distinct. The operations involving the repair and reconstruction of abnormal body structures caused by birth defects, developmental defects, trauma, infection, tumors or disease, involve plastic surgery. On the other hand, cosmetic surgery is plastic surgery done to change a healthy person’s appearance to achieve what the individual feels is a more desirable look. In this case, cosmetic surgery creates a positive impact on self-esteem, but there is no physical or medical reason to have the procedure. It was reported by a recent research that less than 10% of cosmetic interventions were carried out mainly for health reasons. A cosmetic surgeon said, “It is a lifestyle choice for many people.” Some people can become bothered by their normal appearance and get despondent. Cosmetic surgery could address the depression and lowered self-esteem. This is the health benefit that results from cosmetic surgery. Examples of cosmetic surgery include eyelid surgery, rhinoplasty (nose job) and other forms of facial rejuvenation (to make the face look younger). People undergo liposuction (removal of unwanted fat by surgical vacuum) or abdominalplasty (removing skin and fat from the abdomen, also known as tummy tuck) to get rid of “love handles” or “sagging bellies”. Women may opt have breast augmentation (enlargement or enhancement) for a sexier look; or labiaplasty (re-shaping of the labia surrounding the vagina).
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It could be, though, that psychological or health reasons require breast implants to correct severe under-development or asymmetry. Breast reduction may have to be resorted to if a woman’s breast weight is causing her back problems. Breast re-building may follow a mastectomy. Nose re-shaping may be needed to resolve a breathing problem. Cleft palates normally have to be corrected not only to improve facial features but to improve speech. Tummy tucks may be necessary to eliminate excess fat or skin after weight loss or pregnancy.
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General risks typical to all surgeries, which includes infection, bleeding or blood clots, scarring and procedure-specific dangers are the same for cosmetic surgery. Post-surgery bruising and swelling could take some time to go down depending on the procedure. Antibiotic treatment may be required for implants to prevent infection; or intake of some medication may be needed to stop the body’s rejection implants. Most risks are rarely life-threatening or long-term, unless there are other underlying health problems that could be complicated by the cosmetic procedure. A responsible surgeon ensures he is aware of the medical history of the individual and will make sure there is a complete pre-surgery diagnostic assessment to aid preclude the negative impact on the person’s health. Not all who perform cosmetic surgery are trained and certified as plastic surgeons. The individual who plans to have cosmetic surgery, however, must clearly understand what’s going to be done. He must have a sensible expectation (not of perfection but of reasonable improvement). He should be aware of what could go wrong and cope with it if it happens.

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