6 Dangers of Cosmetic Surgery Procedures

It would be very difficult to find a person who is happy with the way they look. We constantly try to change our looks, be it our clothes, our weight, our hairstyles, hair colors, and accessories.

Some of us want to try for a temporary change while others are clearly unhappy with the way their nose looks or their stomach looks and wanted to permanently alter their structure. This is where cosmetic surgery comes in. When there is no pressing medical condition to alter your body shape or get rid of the excess fat.

You still get your body surgically altered because you want that pert posterior or a thin nose or a flat stomach. Cosmetic surgery is a billion-dollar industry in the country and it is still growing with more women opting for it than men.

And with each passing year, the numbers just keep rising. As much as it is tempting to get an easy solution or a quick fix to your problems with weight one should also know that there are a lot of dangers involved with cosmetic surgery. Here are some of the dangers you can expect from a cosmetic surgery procedure.

1. You risk the chances of new problems arising

When you alter the structure of your body, no matter how good the end results are, you are upsetting the natural balance. So if you are getting a breast enlargement and it is completely disproportionate to your body, you are going to end up with back pain,

Likewise, when you get a tummy tuck, the fat in a few months is going to spread around your upper back and arms. You will lose proportion and end up with fat in very unflattering areas.

2. A possible split with the partner

Unless you and your partner have taken the decision together and have gone over all the financial costs together, your procedure may come as a rude shock to your partner.

He or she might think that you are dissatisfied with them and want to attract more people or think that you are wasting money on something that is not required. A lot of people split due to this, so make sure you both are in tandem when you opt for surgery.

3. Gossip and bad talk

A lot of women think a younger startling look will make them more popular, but it mostly induces jealousy and also a lot of talk behind their backs. People laugh, make bad jokes, and say a lot of ugly things. It is going to reach your ears one way or the other, so fortify yourself before you go in for the procedure.

4. Emotional and physical stress

It is a surgery and not a minor one at that, so there is going to be a lot of pain and a lot of emotional stress to be dealt with. You could also fall into a deep depression if your expectations are not met. It could be a major blow if no one notices the change you have made and worse if everyone disapproves.

5. It could be fatal if the surgery is not done right

A lot of women die because the surgery was botched up and not done in a reputed clinic by a licensed practitioner. There are also a lot of news articles about women being paralyzed or suffering from other complications due to cosmetic surgery.

6. It can get addictive

If you have body dysmorphic disorder where a minor flaw is exaggerated to you, then the surgery might get addictive as you might find problem areas throughout your body. You just try to fix everything from your nose to your chin, eyebrows, breasts, and buttocks.

Cosmetic surgery is not a simple procedure and gives you a lot to think about emotionally, physically, and financially. Get it done only after you have given it a lot of thought and discussed it with people who care about you.