Is Plastic Surgery *Ok*

  • Do we though? People wear makeup, dye their hair or go to the gym all with the goal of changing themselves or their look in some way (or maintaining it.) So everyone wearing bronzer, doing ab crunches, getting a haircut, piercing their ears or covering up a zit are insecure by this logic? This view seems to give people little credit for their own decisions and choices and the complex reasons they do it. Maybe a person getting their boobs done does it for the same reason I wear red lipstick or another spends lots of money on regular spray tans - they like the way it looks.

    Well the world has always ran on beauty. I did say I know that people get plastic surgery for themselves, and this is a very valid point to make.

  • Plastic surgery isn't just used for non medical related issues you know right...

    in the medical field, a lot of major health concerns give you said procedures, and they're referred to as plastic surgery. The whole term shouldn't have a negative connotation.

    and whether someone just wants it to feel better about themselves, and so long as it doesn't turn into addiction and is a reasonable procedure, I see no harm.

  • lets say someone was depressed and you live in abusive household and even if you change your hair they can still reconize by your face and you might live in that horrible life again so people will do plasitic surgery to not get reconigzed by those thing or to try and start a new life for your self

    Girl what plastic surgery gives you a new damn face? Oli london type shit....

  • Plastic surgery isn't just used for non medical related issues you know right...

    in the medical field, a lot of major health concerns give you said procedures, and they're referred to as plastic surgery. The whole term shouldn't have a negative connotation.

    and whether someone just wants it to feel better about themselves, and so long as it doesn't turn into addiction and is a reasonable procedure, I see no harm.

    Quick question are you including reconstructive surgery like orthognathic surgery (ie double jaw surgery to fix over/under/cross bite)?

  • i lived a miserable life before plastic surgey, i couldn't even put my hair in a ponytail or straighten it because i thought it drew attention to my ugly feature, it's been 2 years since i had it and i've been living as a hot girl ever since so i don't know what you're talking about

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  • Some people are actually born ugly and unattractive no matter how you look or shower them with compliments. So plastic surgery would definitely be a godsend to those people in that category. However if a person is already beautiful and attractive, they have no reason to get plastic surgery

          

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  • I personally don't like PS.

    It's okay of you get plastic surgery because of health problems or obvious defect in your face for example cleft lip or uneven teeth. I had braces maybe that is considered ps I guess. In other cases, ps is no no for me. Afterall, people are free to do anything with their body. So it aint my problem, I guess.

  • its really not anyone's business except the person doing the PS. Who are we as outsiders to determine if its not okay? Say we do, what's gonna happen? Are you gonna treat them differently because you don't "agree" with something they did to their body that doesn't affect you at all?

  • From my point of view, doctors need to be made aware of mental illnesses such as BDD and held to a certain ethical standard as to whom they will operate on. It's difficult as many people with BDD can be manipulative and deny that they have the illness, and then there's the greed... My own experience is that most know that their patients would be better off seeking help from a psychiatrist, but since they'll get a steady customer they disregard the ethical code. Stricter regulations such as fines/removed licenses, requiring a psychiatric statement, and denying reoccuring cosmetic procedures might be the way forward. Maybe even a register, but that would probably be forbidden :/


    In the end, there's a difference between a 38 -year-old mother of three who wants to get her breasts back in shape, and a severely depressed person on his fourth nose job

  • This is my take. Plastic surgery is alright. You can if you want, but I personally will NEVER do it. Because of religion (obv) and I am happy with how I look. And getting surgery have long term effects, waste of money trying to maintain it for the rest of your life. Because plastic surgery dont last long.


    If can, dont do plastic surgery unless you have permanent damage/imperfections on your face or you are just filthy rich and ready to face the complications that will appear in the long run.

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