What information can you share about cosmetic surgery? (Weekly Topic Inspiration)
Have you had cosmetic surgery, or do you know someone who has undergone a cosmetic procedure? What do you know about the various types, their benefits, and their risks? Share your know-how as part of this week’s Weekly Topic Inspiration challenge! For search-friendly titles and group support, stop by the forum thread: http://hubpages.com/forum/topic/96312
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Are you unhappy with your body, are you psychologically damaged by a big nose or pointing ears, contact your G.P. there is a chance that the NHS will pay for you to have free cosmetic surgery. Its worth asking? read more
It is very important to understand that liposuction is not a replacement for diet and exercise. It is not a weight loss method either. It is meant for an individual with localized areas of fat in the abdomen, thighs, hips, breast, buttocks and elsewhere in the body. It is a method used to bring the body contour to the desired shape. read more
This article reaches out to those who have experienced a large weight loss and are preparing for Body Contour Surgery. Learn what to expect, and how to deal with the aftermath of plastic surgery. read more
Well lets see, you will get older quicker. Spend more money on useless surgery, and then you are really depressed because you look like and old potato.
I had my eyes done in Bogota, Colombia. I have been very happy with the results. Made me look and feel so much younger.
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Cosmetic Surgery - What can go Wrong? There are so many factors involved in plastic surgery that the surgeon should also ensure that you are emotionally stable and ready for the procedure which will change your body image.
I can say beware of the risk of cosmatic surgery
All surgeries, including cosmetic procedures, carry risk. Those with a history of cardiovascular disease, lung disease, diabetes or obesity have a higher risk of developing complications such as pneumonia, stroke, heart attack or blood clots in the legs or lungs. Smoking also increases risks and interferes with healing.
Possible complications for any surgical procedure include:
* Complications related to anesthesia, including pneumonia, blood clots and, rarely, death
* Infection at the incision site, which may worsen scarring and require additional surgery
* Fluid build up under the skin
* Mild bleeding, which may require another surgical procedure, or bleeding significant enough to require a transfusion
* Obvious scarring or skin breakdown, which occurs when healing skin separates from healthy skin and must be removed surgically
* Numbness and tingling from nerve damage, which may be permanent
Some cosmetic surgery is covered by insurance! Read on to see if insurance will pay for your cosmetic procedure. read more
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