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What You Must Understand About Plastic Surgery And Its Possible Bad Effects

By Carlisle Chance

Plastic surgery is restorative or aesthetic in nature. It is performed to improve the appearance of some part of the face or body. Often it is done because the face or body is damaged due to accident, or was malformed from a congenital condition.

Plastic surgery is also performed electively. This type is done on request, when someone is uncomfortable with the way they look. Sometimes plastic surgery goes wrong though. This is bad plastic surgery.

Generally, the surgeon is the cause of this because bad plastic surgery results from surgical errors. Sometimes the surgeon or the patient makes some poor choices before the procedure begins. You see this often with facial surgery – it’s hard to hide because your face is right out there in the open.

Consider facelifts that have been poorly done. The stereotypical ‘tight’ look of someone who has had too extreme of facial surgery is one indicator of bad surgery. You can also see asymmetrical features if the sides don’t match, or sometimes even people who don’t have full facial mobility and feeling because of nerve damage.

Corrective surgery is done to repair the botched surgery, if possible. Some serious problems with plastic surgery, like bad rhinoplasty, are difficult if not impossible to fix.

When you have a nose job to reduce the size of your current nose, if the surgeon removes too much it is then very hard to fix. A second surgery would only work if there is enough tissue left to use to correct the original mistake. For bad surgery that is not on the face, at least it is easier to camouflage the results.

A patient who has undergone botched plastic surgery may experience some very negative outcomes such as deformation, scarring, and even paralysis. This obviously does physical damage, but can also be quite emotionally and psychologically scarring. Patients tend to blame themselves and feel guilty and despondent, since they made the choice of having the surgery. They may even feel punished for vanity.

Don’t be the victim of bad plastic surgery. Check out any surgeon you are considering using. You should see how many procedures the surgeon has done of the type you are considering. You can also ask to see before and after shots, and read reactions from previous clients.

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