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Plastic surgery - yes or no?

Nowadays, plastic surgery is the subject of many conversations. On the one hand, we have those that can save lives - facial plastic surgery after a burn, plastic surgery of the ear, eyelid or nose with birth defects. On the other hand, we have visual art that is perceived as a fad, and for others something that can change a lifetime. The fact that women have a lot of exaggerated complexes - it is known for a long time (I'm sorry Beloved, it's time to admit it!), But often it is that living with a complex, only surgery becomes any spark of hope.

I do not see anything reasonable in performing abdominoplasty when he is still sweating with sweets, does not exercise, and does not take care of his health. I have seen many cases when people thought about reducing their stomach (it was advised against them) or cutting a piece of belly skin, and ordinary, but rigorous exercise helped. I didn't even expect such effects. All you need is some willingness and self-discipline.

There are no perfect people, and plastic surgery drives only the cult of striving for perfection, which is so much stigmatized by the media.

I do not see anything wrong in plastic surgeries that are necessary (I consider those necessary at the beginning of the note to be necessary), but I think that surgeries that do not need to be carried out are only a sick invention of our brain and are completely unnecessary. Plastic surgery of the face, lifting, correction of the chin, nose, ears, eyebrow raising ... these are just some of the treatments that can be performed in professional plastic surgery clinics.

Such a procedure, of course, does not cost a little ... but if you think about it longer - does the price we pay for the fact that our face, despite its age, looks like 20-year-old, is not higher than we think? There were many cases (the numbers speak for themselves), when the patient did not wake up, whether the recovery lasted much longer than it should. Is it worth risking so much just to accept yourself as you are?

It is sad to see that more people do the following operations to feel beautiful. I don't have to say what the results are - just look at such stars as everyone known Donatella Versace - probably the most tragic example of the desire to be perfect ...

Be perfect

You have to be very careful not to cross this very thin line in the pursuit of perfect beauty, so you can get lost in it so quickly ... plastic surgery can in a sense be compared to addiction - the more often you experience them, the more you want ... Think about it before you will go under the knife because of your crooked nose or too small breasts ...


  1. Avatar abdominoplasty 1 February 2013 / 07: 23

    I am not a big supporter of surgical interventions, but unfortunately after my twin pregnancy my stomach looked terrible. And what, as 25 years old, was to accept that I am ashamed to even look in the mirror? I am glad that the doctor restored my normal appearance, because until the surgery I was not able to stand in underwear or naked in front of the mirror, not to mention any close relationship with my husband or going to the pool. For some, plastic surgery is a must in my opinion, because the defect significantly reduces the quality of life and why bother?

    • Avatar GoodForYouDP 1 February 2013 / 20: 31

      But I mean cases when we can do something ourselves - for example, performing abdominoplasty going the easy way, instead of moving the butt and start exercising. I also mean situations when surgery is not necessary, and it is only the invention of a person who has too low self-esteem.

      I am not ideal and I would change a lot in myself, but I try to live with some and try to improve others myself.

    • Avatar abdominoplasty 2 February 2013 / 07: 43

      Well, here I fully agree, there are people who want to go along the slightest resistance line and simply go to the surgeon and make things easier. I think it is also the doctor who should dissuade someone from surgery who does not really require it.

    • Avatar GoodForYouDP 2 February 2013 / 09: 07

      For most doctors it is work, in other words profit. That is why I do not think that everyone will stop doing surgery just because their conscience tells them otherwise. Unfortunately, people can do many things for money.

  2. Avatar Seanaith 31 January 2013 / 21: 46

    I've always dreamed of having a nose correction. This is my only obsession in appearance. However, I know what the risk is with even such a small operation and how bad it can be done. It remains for me to come to terms with my nose and live with it in relative harmony all my life;)

  3. Avatar Anonymous 24 January 2013 / 16: 03

    but sometimes this one defect (even visible only to this one person) can improve well-being and thus life. I, for example, have always been considered rather attractive, regular facial features and slim, but I have increased my breasts (I recommend the ladies from above, where I did it because it's worth - the elite on the coach) a little (1 cup) and I feel a lot much better and more confident myself and I don't think this is bad;] why not use it when you can fix the complexes?

  4. Avatar Doctor X 20 January 2013 / 18: 43

    I think it all depends on the individual case. The clinics themselves do not pressure patients, knowing that such a decision must be really thought out. Good centers, after the first meeting with a potential patient, set a certain grace period, which must pass (for solid consideration) before the clinic begins to determine the details of the procedure with a specific patient. Often, surgery is not necessary, so why bother your body. I understand, for example, my good friend, who after years of unpleasantness due to very large and strongly protruding ears, underwent surgery. After the procedure at around the age of 19, the boy really revived and in 100% accepted himself, which in my opinion had a good impact on his self-esteem.

    • Avatar GoodForYouDP 21 January 2013 / 18: 33

      It depends on the case. At your friend's, it has regained confidence. But there are really nice people who just want to improve something by striving for the ideal shown in the newspapers. I do not support it because each of us is different. And no one is perfect, the media just winds up the cult of beauty and so many people feel unsubstantiated.


  5. Avatar Redsun 19 September 2012 / 06: 39

    I am firmly on them. The woman is beautiful as she is.

    I cordially invite you to me;))

  6. Avatar AsKier 18 September 2012 / 20: 11

    I think that everyone is responsible for themselves, and if a woman cannot accept herself (I'm not talking about too much weight, because this can usually be disposed of without using a scalpel), then she can opt for such an operation. She should, of course, consider pros and cons. I must admit that pretty people have easier lives; p

  7. Avatar Natasza Miszczuk 18 September 2012 / 19: 22

    I'm with you. Of course, everything in moderation. There are doctors who can tell the patient that he will not perform the next operation, but there are also those who succumb to pressure and then on the ground walk, for example, Donatella Versace not resembling a living being. Personally, I would get rid of the second chin, but nothing more. I like the cheekbones that are more strongly outlined (e.g. implants), but just because I like them doesn't mean that I will do myself. Everyone should feel good, even if it means silicone in the body 🙂 Btw. Lana del Rey ... and her upper lip is definitely a good example that pretty women can also be disfigured by their whims.

    • Avatar MONIKA 18 September 2012 / 20: 02

      I agree in 100%

  8. Avatar Anonymous 18 September 2012 / 19: 05

    In turn, I think that, for example, stomach reduction surgery is very necessary in some people because the situation in many cases threatens health and there is no question of exercise due to very high life-threatening overweight. However, plastic surgery for breasts, nose, etc. is unnecessary in my opinion. You have to accept yourself.

  9. Avatar Lola 18 September 2012 / 18: 50

    For me, they make sense when ... (you mentioned at the beginning), and when they save their family. Today I watched some program on TvnStyle, and the woman after pregnancy lost sexual contact with her husband and it could affect the breakup of the relationship because they were both young, and in my case she was justified, that's my opinion 🙂

  10. Avatar Milky Chocolate 18 September 2012 / 18: 39

    I am against plastic surgery. Everyone should accept themselves, and if a person has a problem with it, they must go to another specialist for help.

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