Side effects of cosmetic surgery

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Every year, millions of people choose to have cosmetic surgery. Before having these procedures performed, patients are informed of the benefits and risks associated with such operations. The benefits of cosmetic surgery are fairly obvious: the younger apparently feel younger and correct the undesirable aspects of or defects in appearance. There are, however, many of the potential physical and psychological side effects, some known and others not so widely understood. Some of the possible side effects of cosmetic surgery are pain, infection, scarring, swelling and psychological effects such as pain, depression and anxiety.

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Many of the side effects of cosmetic surgery, it is possible for any type of surgery. The changes in body chemistry, negative reactions to anesthesia, pain and infection are examples of the possible side effects of surgery. Cosmetic surgery, however, carries certain risks that are not typical of other surgical procedures, such as change in appearance and mental health problems.

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The first obvious side effect that all patients experience after cosmetic surgery is a change in appearance. Although this change is exactly what the patient requests, and many doctors use computer imaging programs to show the patient what he or she will look like after the surgery, the experience of looking in a mirror is very different look an image generated by computer. Many people are satisfied after surgery, but some people regret the decision to change their bodies, especially when the surgery involves a drastic change.

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Other patients do not follow the necessary instructions after surgery and eventually to delay the healing process, which may alter the final outcome of the surgery. Surgery scars and inflammation, for example, are commonly experienced when people do not follow the doctor's recommendations. Cosmetic surgery is often very invasive, and doctors must work diligently to minimize or hide scars without complications introduced after the operation.

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Another side effect has less to do with the surgery itself and more to do with expectations of individuals to establish changes in your lifestyle, success or love life after undergoing cosmetic surgery. Many people decide to have this procedure because they believe it will serve as a cure for all problems. Some people then opt for an additional cosmetic surgery, thinking that another procedure will improve their situation, resulting in a vicious circle and addiction to cosmetic surgery. If patients have a history of psychological disorders, cosmetic surgery can increase the risk of other mental health or exacerbated.