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Dangers of Cosmetic Surgery [3]

There are so many reasons why people, especially women undergo cosmetic surgery. Most of the time, cosmetic surgery is meant to enhance one’s self esteem. There is almost no other reason why a human would be so courageous to go under the knife to alter his or her natural looks.

portrait of ayoung women with medical bandage and a fur-coat having a injection
portrait of ayoung women with medical bandage and a fur-coat having a injection

Actors and actresses are often required to go under the knife in order to improve their screen presence and persona. Despite such apparent advantages however, plastic surgery should ideally be a well contemplated, cautious decision. It is crucial to do your homework well and know what to expect when you go in for a surgical procedure.

Actors and actresses are often required to go under the knife in order to improve their screen presence and persona. Despite such apparent advantages however, plastic surgery should ideally be a well contemplated, cautious decision. It is crucial to do your homework well and know what to expect when you go in for a surgical procedure.

Here are some more dangers associated with plastic surgery.

7. D.V.T and P.E

Deep vein thrombosis (DVT) is a condition where blood clots form in deep veins, usually in the leg. When these clots break off and travel to the lungs, it’s known as pulmonary embolism (PE). Though relatively uncommon, these complications can be fatal.

8. Scarring

Surgery typically results in some scarring. Since cosmetic surgery seeks to improve the way you look, scars can be particularly troubling.

9. Seroma

Seroma is a condition that occurs when serum from your blood pools beneath the surface of the skin, resulting in swelling and pain. It looks like a large blister. This can occur after any surgery, and is the most common complication of a tummy tuck. Because seromas can become infected, they are often drained with a needle, effectively removing them, although there is a chance of recurrance.

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