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Is plastic surgery is a good way to pursue beauty?

Asked by: emily09070369
  • Some have no other option.

    Like it or not, how you look affects your life. The better you look, the more likely you are to attract a mate, make friends, even get hired for a job. Though some make due with less than great looks, and some are able to look acceptable with make-up, others who are severely disfigured or otherwise have an unacceptable appearance can only resort to cosmetic surgery.
    They say beauty is only skin deep but how you look is important because that is what gives your first impression.

    In regards to the author of this questions response, yes, some people try to go beyond or outside of what is considered acceptable. They would rather have stares of disgust rather than being overlooked or not noticed at all. Some feel that if a little change is good, even more change must be better. This can easily turn into an addiction, not just plastic surgery but tattoos, piercings and other body modifications.
    In the end, if you feel your doing it to because your present looks are holding you back, go ahead but also listen to what your less than superficial friends say. If your doing it to be "cool", then your doing it for the wrong reasons. Though changing your appearance may be need by some, know when to draw the line. Once you go past that line, you go from being attractive to basically a circus freak. Not cool.

  • No it isn't

    I agree with the above, The possible results of plastic surgery are not always positive. Most people around the world are familiar with the troubles Michael Jackson had with plastic surgery. But there are thousands of horror stories that go untold Plastic surgery for many is like an addictive drug. Once they begin, they return again and again seeking perfection. Unfortunately, two-thirds of plastic surgery patients are repeat patients. Having the initial cosmetic surgery is the hard part. However, once the first surgery is complete, it becomes easier for the patient to seek further enhancements. And like other addictions, the addict pays a horrible price. Hand Mioku, a 48-year old woman, had her first surgery operation twenty years ago. She has since had countless more procedures, leaving her face disfigured. Hand eventually found a doctor who gave her a syringe and silicone that she could use to self-inject herself at home. When she ran out the silicone, she injected cooking oil into her face and is now scarred for life.

  • Are You Kidding Me!

    No way! People say it's a "easier path to beauty," well it isn't! Plastic surgery isn't REAL beauty! Its fake!

    Many people are proud of plastic surgery, but how and why? With plastic surgery your giving yourself a fake face. Your telling everyone that you didn't think you were good enough. You should be proud of yourself, even if your not perfect! Perfect doesn't always mean beautiful.

    Would you rather have your own originality, or just be that same blonde Barbie?

  • Are You Kidding Me!

    No way! People say it's a "easier path to beauty," well it isn't! Plastic surgery isn't REAL beauty! Its fake!

    Many people are proud of plastic surgery, but how and why? With plastic surgery your giving yourself a fake face. Your telling everyone that you didn't think you were good enough. You should be proud of yourself, even if your not perfect! Perfect doesn't always mean beautiful.

    Would you rather have your own originality, or just be that same blonde Barbie?

  • Are You Kidding Me!

    No way! People say it's a "easier path to beauty," well it isn't! Plastic surgery isn't REAL beauty! Its fake!

    Many people are proud of plastic surgery, but how and why? With plastic surgery your giving yourself a fake face. Your telling everyone that you didn't think you were good enough. You should be proud of yourself, even if your not perfect! Perfect doesn't always mean beautiful.

    Would you rather have your own originality, or just be that same blonde Barbie?

  • Are You Kidding Me!

    No way! People say it's a "easier path to beauty," well it isn't! Plastic surgery isn't REAL beauty! Its fake!

    Many people are proud of plastic surgery, but how and why? With plastic surgery your giving yourself a fake face. Your telling everyone that you didn't think you were good enough. You should be proud of yourself, even if your not perfect! Perfect doesn't always mean beautiful.

    Would you rather have your own originality, or just be that same blonde Barbie?

  • Are You Kidding Me!

    No way! People say it's a "easier path to beauty," well it isn't! Plastic surgery isn't REAL beauty! Its fake!

    Many people are proud of plastic surgery, but how and why? With plastic surgery your giving yourself a fake face. Your telling everyone that you didn't think you were good enough. You should be proud of yourself, even if your not perfect! Perfect doesn't always mean beautiful.

    Would you rather have your own originality, or just be that same blonde Barbie?

  • Are You Kidding Me!

    No way! People say it's a "easier path to beauty," well it isn't! Plastic surgery isn't REAL beauty! Its fake!

    Many people are proud of plastic surgery, but how and why? With plastic surgery your giving yourself a fake face. Your telling everyone that you didn't think you were good enough. You should be proud of yourself, even if your not perfect! Perfect doesn't always mean beautiful.

    Would you rather have your own originality, or just be that same blonde Barbie?

  • Are You Kidding Me!

    No way! People say it's a "easier path to beauty," well it isn't! Plastic surgery isn't REAL beauty! Its fake!

    Many people are proud of plastic surgery, but how and why? With plastic surgery your giving yourself a fake face. Your telling everyone that you didn't think you were good enough. You should be proud of yourself, even if your not perfect! Perfect doesn't always mean beautiful.

    Would you rather have your own originality, or just be that same blonde Barbie?

  • No, it isn't!

    The possible results of plastic surgery are not always positive. Most people around the world are familiar with the troubles Michael Jackson had with plastic surgery. But there are thousands of horror stories that go untold Plastic surgery for many is like an addictive drug. Once they begin, they return again and again seeking perfection. Unfortunately, two-thirds of plastic surgery patients are repeat patients. Having the initial cosmetic surgery is the hard part. However, once the first surgery is complete, it becomes easier for the patient to seek further enhancements. And like other addictions, the addict pays a horrible price. Hand Mioku, a 48-year old woman, had her first surgery operation twenty years ago. She has since had countless more procedures, leaving her face disfigured. Hand eventually found a doctor who gave her a syringe and silicone that she could use to self-inject herself at home. When she ran out the silicone, she injected cooking oil into her face and is now scarred for life.


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