I've taken care of kids after having cleft lip surgery, so yeah, plastic surgery has its benefits. I'm sure you're talking about cosmetic, voluntary surgeries though, and not ones that actually mean something. I have a story about that also!
I have a friend that had a boob job. She was really worried about her chest and it affected her self-esteem cause she felt she looked like a boy even though I've thought about sucking face with her. It sounds trivial but it was her life and her choice and her cash and she's got a decent rack that I can stare at now. I don't think it's wrong, but I do believe you need to accept yourself, and give yourself time to accept yourself, and I don't understand the people that get the surgery and it looks so obvious they got surgery, like their faces are saran wrapped or their lips look it's suffering an allergic reaction.
Plastic Surgery is for the weakminded. Not necessarily wrong, just weak about their appearance. Now, if it's surgery like that girl who lost her ears and nose cause her family cut them off? Then ya, fine. It helps to actually have those things for a real reason. Though don't know if what she got actually works or just cosmetic.
I do not believe it is wrong. If it is used to recover from injuries or something like that, then its fine. Any case outside of that I think it becomes an issue of being insecure and trying to fit what society thinks is beautiful.
i don't think its wrong but I think people have to be careful with where they go and what they get done. I think they need to think about it for a long time before going under the knife and be very sure about it. I think if they are going under because they are insecure then it isn't healthy. I don't know of anyone who has had plastic surgery and I have not myself but these are just my views.
It's not wrong.. If I had the money I would get some things done, I wouldn't mess around with my face though, people start looking freaky when they do that... for my body I would want to try fixing things naturally (diet and exercise before doing any surgeries) , I'm not against it, I love the idea of body modifiction, it doesn't have to be up to society's standards it could be what ever you like... elf ears for example... haha:)
i think plastic surgery is OK as long as it is for a good reason, if you want it go ahead, but don't get it because someone wants you to. I think of plastic surgery as no different then tattoos and peircings, its art, on a living canvas
NO as long as its not overdone or get addicted to it, personally though I wouldn't do it because I'm afraid of needles I feel sick at the sight of it hehe
No I don't think plastic surgery is wrong. The Hollywood surgeries gone wrong gives a bad impression on what having surgery is like. If you get work done for yourself, not to please other people, or without the intention to dramatically change your lifestyle then it can be a good thing. Having gone through 3 surgeries myself, I can safely say that
1) No one has ever been able to guess that I've been worked on. I look very natural
2) The pain wasn't bad. I took my pain medications for the first surgery, and then for the other two I took medications the day of and after but that was it.
3)I'll admit that I still have a rather low self-image, but overall it has improved since before the surgeries
It's your body. No one but you can decide what to do with it, nor should they make you feel bad for altering it. As long as you do your research on your surgeon, the procedure, and how it relates to your body type you should be OK. If you want a way better detailed outlook on how to maximise surgery results and effectiveness, look up Cindy Jackson. She currently holds the worlds record for most plastic surgeries, and she isn't a freak show. She looks great and has good insight on what is aesthetically pleasing, and relating that to yourself. (assuming you're even thinking about surgery yourself of course)