When Beauty Goes Wrong
Plastic surgery is now a multibillion dollar worldwide industry with patients travelling all over the world in search of physical perfection. The best doctors cost a lot of money meaning people are always on the lookout for a better deal, unfortunately some doctors prey on these types of individual and are simply not up to the task of carrying out such procedures leading to permanent disfiguration and deformity. It is always essential to look up and do your research on any kind of plastic surgeon before even considering going ahead with it, it also highly recommended that you get treatment in your country of origin rather than being a ‘health tourist’ and searching out cheaper procedures in the east. In this article will discuss some of the hidden consequences and risks of having the most popular surgeries.
Breast Augmentation & Enlargement
The main issues with breast enlargement surgery are the risk of the implant rupturing or moving when inside the body leaving an unnatural look, if it not carried out correctly there is also a good chance of a loss of sensitivity within the breast. It should be noted that before you go ahead with a surgery like this that you are inhibiting the chance of being able to detect the early stages of breast cancer, the implant covers over the area where a lump can often be felt. Capsular contracture is when the body starts to reject the implant by squeezing it and building a wall around it leading to severe pain and the possibility of rupture.
Liposuction is seen as a simple procedure, some women even have it done in their lunch break but this doesn’t mean it is safe or to be taken lightly. There are numerous cardiac problems that are associated with the surgery such as possible cardiac arrest, cardiac arrhythmia or cardio disease. The key to liposuction being successful and the patient not being left with any scars is the aftercare, if the surgery offers good aftercare you will be fine, if they send you on your way you may be left with severe bruising, the risk of infection or dimples in the area where the fat was removed.
With Botox it is important to remember that you are injecting poison in to your face, this can never be good even if it does make you look better so side effects are going to be relatively common. Everything from bleeding to bruising, swelling and redness are the direct implications of having it done but you may also have more permanent side effects such as numbness, dizziness, neck pain, muscle spasms, droopy eyelids and many more. There is a huge list of side effects associated with this form of treatment and the downside to it should be seriously considered before going ahead with any kind of surgery.
Medical negligence lawyers are always only too happy to help if you ever have any issues with your surgery so if things do go wrong you shouldn’t have any problem getting a payout on it.
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