It's hard to find a technological
innovation that doesn't face criticism and controversies. And today, where
numerous researches are being done on introducing more and more new medications
and instruments for achieving health, the tabloids seem to focus the blunders
and mis-happenings of these researches.
Cosmetic surgery, stuck to the
credit of film stars and actors, has faced a number of controversies. And why
not? There are many people having reported an unsuccessful surgery, and it has
cost them a lot-be it a nose-reconstruction surgery or a tummy tuck. But we've
resorted to looking at the brighter side of it, bringing you all the reasons
why you definitely should go for it. Read on...
It corrects the wrong:
Being born with a flat nose or a huge mole
doesn't really mean you have to live with it. A surgery could really change the
way you look, and it could impact you big! Cosmetic surgery is a wonderful boon
of science, excellent at correcting physical deformities and improving
appearance. Reconstructive surgery can be extremely beneficial for those
suffering from congenital anomalies and extensive scarring.
It boosts your confidence:
There's no question about it - the way
you look at yourself has a huge impact on your confidence levels. And getting a
plastic surgery can build it. Statistics reveal that patients having undergone
plastic surgery to enhance appearance had a good social circle, and it improved
their ability to interact.
Trauma from an accident or burn
marks from a fire can leave both - your face and your confidence scarred for
life. With cosmetic surgery at your disposal, you may be able to overcome the
It improves your quality of life:
An accident can leave you dented,
but surgery can lend you back your life. Plastic surgery can have benefits on
both-your physical and emotional self. If you're happy, you'll live happier,
and with confidence. Many people have experienced fears and inadequacy melting
away after the surgery.
Though cosmetic surgery itself
has a number of benefits, it also carries along with it a handful of risks and
complications. Consulting your surgeon for a detailed analysis, calculating the
risks of the surgery, is essential; after all, you don't want to end up looking
disfigured than before.
carries with it a risk of infections, and a bit of pain, and a lot of recovery
time. The next big fearsome thing about getting a cosmetic surgery is that you
can't get a guaranteed 'makeover'. Always remember to list down mentally the
benefits and disadvantages of the surgery; you can't go back once you've done