Cons Of Plastic Surgery
One of the most obvious shortcomings of plastic surgery is the risk of complications. People with a sensitive body are most susceptible and vulnerable to infections from the surgery. Chances of something going wrong during or after the plastic surgery, in turn resulting in an infection, disease or illness, are very much there. Complications that lead to partial paralysis of the face or other body parts, abnormal heart rhythm, airway obstruction, blood clots, brain damage, heart attack, malignant hyperthermia, nerve damage, & stroke are also possible.
Possibility Of Death
Though rare, possibility of death cannot be ruled out during plastic surgery. Many-a-times the surgical process involves usage of chemicals and equipments that are not suitable for a person's body. Excessive bleeding, heart attack or even a drop in blood pressure, while the surgery is going on, are some of the factors that might lead to death of the patient.
The case of 'revision' i.e. getting back the old look has become a common phenomenon in the present times. This is mainly because the result of the plastic surgery might not turn according to your desires. As a result, more and more patients are undergoing revision, after the surgery, to get back their original look.
Though it might look all too nice to get a plastic surgery done - permanently changing the form or appearance of your body part, the process is not viable for all. Plastic surgeries usually cost a fortune and cannot be availed by everyone. Its usage is limited to those belonging to the high echelons of the society.
Plastic surgery does not get over with the surgery alone. The patient has to undergo days or months of healing process. Sometimes, the wound takes forever to heal. The speed of healing may vary from person to person. Age, skin type, immune system and sticking to doctor's advice are some of the factors that determine the healing speed after the plastic surgery
Believe it or not, plastic surgery has the potential to become an addiction. Some people who undergo it become enamored with the aftermath and look forward to a change in each and every part of their body. As such, plastic surgery becomes an obsession for them, rather than just a means of altering a body part.