Point 1: To boost confidence (Evening Gazette, 2013; Zoe Midas, 2012)
1a People with poor body confidence usually suffer from low self-esteem. One of the best ways to make themselves more confident and outgoing is to have confidence on their own body shape. (Evening Gazette, 2013)
1b As time passes by, there will be some changes occurring in their bodies which will make them feel less confident. These changes can be reversed through plastic surgery and confidence can be built up again.
1c A person’s professional life can be affected by cosmetic surgery. The possibility they will take opportunity, speak out and be courageous about achieving their professional targets can be increased by the confidence they have. (Zoe Midas, 2012)
Point 2: The influence of social media
2a To attract ladies to look for physical changes, UK GLAMOUR is making an exposed market of ladies that they are induced to trust plastic surgery offers a way. (Drews, 2011)
2b The media passes on the messages to the general population through notices, magazines, and television, which has expanded the misrepresented standard of beauty that leads to plastic surgery. (Hoffmann, 2004)
2c Media has recognized with the ideology of being gorgeous, they should have long legs, extraordinary hair and thin body at all the perfect place. (Atkinson, 2013)
Point 3: Reconstruction
3a Reconstructive surgery is frequently done to improved the situation of an individual which had experienced a severe accident. In the situation that someone’s face or body has been distorted in an accident, reconstructive surgery can be performed by a plastic surgeon in order to try to reconstruct the injured part back to its original appearance. (Montlick &Associates, 2011 )
3b Most victims don’t like any extra scar on their face or other part of the body so they will go through ordinary surgery to repair their injuries or wound. (Montlick , 2011)
3c Vehicle accident victims may go through reconstructive surgery to repair the injuries or wound as close as possible to the original appearance. (Montlick , 2011 )
Title: What are the effects of plastic surgery?
Point 1: Emotional Damage
1a A social worker and two psychotherapist have done a study that show that patients will have a good feeling about themselves after plastic surgery. For those patients who have high expectation on the outcome of plastic surgery will go for additional work when the outcome does not fulfill their expectations.(Linda Ray, 14 Aug 2017)
1b Some patients will experience desolation, isolation and anger towards their doctors. Psychological counseling should be done by plastic surgeons prior to do the work. (Linda Ray, 14 Aug 2017)
Point 2: Plastic surgery will lead to several medical problems including death. (Casey Holley, 14 Aug 2017)
2a Most common medical complications are infection, serious bleeding, nerve damage which will cause numbness, tissue death, fluid collecting around the site and bruising in the area. (Casey Holley, 14 Aug 2017)
2b Problems such as blood clots and deep vein thrombosis may also happen during plastic surgery.(Casey Holley, 14 Aug 2017)
Point 3: Addiction to plastic surgery
3a There are some factors that lead to addiction such as ease of getting a procedure done, low self-esteem in oneself, and some cases of body dysmorphic disorder. (Casey Holley, 14 Aug 2017)
3b A person that is addicted to plastic surgeries are easily persuaded by the surgeons to do any perceived flaws even if it is not necessary to do so.