Sea, Sun, Scalpel - How far will you go to impress

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Sea, Sun, Scalpel - How far will you go to impress

 

Plastic surgery procedures are not as straight forward as you may be led to believe, despite being commonly referred to as nips and tucks. It often involves the scraping away of cartilage, bone tissue and cutting out muscle and fat from the body. Also, the recovery is very painful and the procedures are expensive. Many people have also had accidents and suffered several adverse effects after having plastic surgery. Heidi Montag for one, now claims that she cannot hug anyone or go jogging on account of her body becoming fragile after having aback scoop and her size E/F breast being to heavy for her slight body to carry around should she go jogging.

 

This cause one to question: has plastic surgery become a panacea for dissatisfaction with one’s looks and even worse, has it become so commonplace that it can now be seen as a short cut to having a good body for the summer? Is getting cosmetic surgery just to look good for summer a good enough reason?

 

This is not an advisable trend to promote as it can lead to teenagers barely out of puberty resorting to breast implants because they have not yet grown into their body shape and do not like the way they fill out a bikini top.

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