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31. Posted by lil j (Travel Guru 1303 posts) 11y

It is mostly to do with self esteem-it is very sad, honestly the right hairstlye and eyebrows does wonders, also the right clothing and makeup-before you consider surgery. I think some people do it just for the sake of it sometimes.

True wocca-there is dental surgery-i suppose the risks aren't that high against sugery on other parts of the body but we should be happy with how we are, everyone goes through self esteem issues-and particularly women but i mean ive grown out of that now and am happy how i am! I suppose some people are never happy-there is so much more to life than looking 'good.'

32. Posted by iamme (Budding Member 11 posts) 11y

ok um just a little help peoples,(would be great) what would you say are the social and ethical problems with Plastic surgery???? Or even TV shows like Extreme makeover???

Hey just another thing if your are ever going to get cosmetic/plastics surgery just think why you are doing it...... cause people shouldn't judge a book by its cover

33. Posted by Wocca (Inactive 3745 posts) 11y

Are there any social and ethical problems with Plastic surgery????

34. Posted by thezenyen (Full Member 88 posts) 11y

well those tv shows are terrible because they look like they're exploiting people who have low self esteem, or just happen to be at a low point in their lives. They get a makeover & everyone tells them they look great (what else do you say?)-I can see how people can get hooked. It also seems to me that the bulk of the "amazing transformation" comes from the hair, make-up & clothes. And less so the surgery itself.

Oh and earlier in the thread someone asked about "sex reassignment surgery"-yes that means sex change surgery.

35. Posted by klynch (Budding Member 25 posts) 11y

In general I'm against the whole thing (especially for women, because I think the majority of them do so for attention). I reckon it's a good option for people disfigured in car accidents, or disfigured through neccesary medical procedures though as it would help them restore their normality and self confidence. In any case it should be a case for rectifying and not altering our individuality.
(Good topic to bring up Wocca)

36. Posted by Cupcake (Travel Guru 8468 posts) 11y

Quoting iamme

...... cause people shouldn't judge a book by its cover

Exactly...you should NOT judge someone if they have HAD plastic surgery.

This really has been one of the most judgemental threads on TP...for such a generally open-minded group :(

37. Posted by Brendan (Respected Member 1824 posts) 11y

Quoting Wocca

I've just been reading an advertisment in a Thai tourist booklet.
Take your pick ....
Rhinoplasty, Chin Augment
Double Eyelid Surgery
Blepharoplasty, Cheek Dimple
Breast Enlergement / Reducement
Tummy Tuck, Liposuction
Sex Reassignment
Face Lift, Wrinkle Correction
by injectable implant surgery
Scar Revision, Otoplasty
Adam's Apple Reassignment Surgery
Lip Surgery, Jaw Correction Surgery
Hair Transplant, etc.

Can you think of anything else?

Are package deals available? I could use the works!

38. Posted by Wocca (Inactive 3745 posts) 11y

Quoting klynch

"...Good topic to bring up Wocca..."

Cheers klynch

39. Posted by Wocca (Inactive 3745 posts) 11y

Quoting X

"...Are package deals available? I could use the works!..."

You may not need one if you can find yourself a sugar daddy, who just wants to love you for the person you really are, deep way down inside

40. Posted by noemagosa (Full Member 355 posts) 11y

I don't need plastic surgery, my darrrrling finds me perfect!! ;)