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Why Plastic Surgery is Popular

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Individuals need to weigh the risks involved in the failure of such surgeries will lower even their current self-esteem. Sexually entertaining industry requires women to have large breasts. In a case of Anna Nicole Smith, who was a striper, found it hard to entertain men in desirable hours due to her small breasts, thus she has 450 cc silicone sacs implants on each breast. This increases her breast size. She underwent five such operations to increase her breasts to 42DD size, but Renshaw claims, “ She has been rushed to hospitals three times for swelling and infection” (Renshaw, 17) She may have achieved her goal to have large breasts, but her desire led to illnesses that she could have avoided if she was contented with her breast size.

The continuous undergoing operations illustrate that plastic surgery is not permanent, hence requires the person to continue undertaking it in the future since failure to continue the trend will make the results diminish. This may lead to losing breasts and it would be unpleasant. Failures of breast plastic surgeries may lead to leaks that are painful and expensive to remove an implant again. Cosmetic and plastic surgery is a booming business in the United States and other countries in the world.

The expansion of the business has made unqualified surgeons and physicians to carry out the surgeries. The lack of qualification in the industry makes the surgeries more risky to the patients. The unqualified physicians lack the knowledge on the right quantities when administering Botox. The failed cosmetic and plastic surgeries lead to physical distortion leading to psychological demise due to the low self-esteem of deformity caused by failed surgeries (Renshaw, 21). The above negative implications associated with failed cosmetic and plastic surgeries portray that man should not play the role of God, the act of changing faces and bodies since the effects are irreversible, shameful and painful if they fail.

Beauty being in the eyes of the beholder thus, mere stereotyping of beauty is unreal and unwarranted.  

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  • Pages: 4 (1000 words)
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  • Subject: English
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