What is the risk of getting plastic surgery?

What is the risk of getting plastic surgery?

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Skat board P asked:

There are a lot of risk from different plastic surgery procedures, but i want to know, what will happen after having plastic surgery, and do I have to get my nose checked regularly after the procedure.

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Posted in Qns & Ans on May 18th, 2010, 9:58 pm by plastic_surgery_world   

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  1. Amanda
    May 21st, 2010 | 11:53 pm

    *VERY expensive and insurance doesn’t cover it unless there’s a medical reason like deviated septum, difficulty breathing, etc.
    *Kanye West’s mother DIED having cosmetic surgery. Any surgery has risks. The skill (or lack thereof) of the surgeon, if they make a mistake, your reaction to anesthesia or meds could put you in danger
    * You will be bruised for some time.
    * There is no guarantee of the final result being exactly what you wanted. Rhinoplasty patients tend to have expectations of perfection, which can’t always be met.
    * The nose will be very fragile during the recovery period and therefore vulnerable to accidents which may alter the intended shape.

  2. Charlotte
    May 25th, 2010 | 12:56 am

    every surgery carries risks but if you get it checked regularly and done somewhere well renowned like very professional and stuff you should be fine
    for example if your in england try the harley medical group

  3. Jenny27
    May 25th, 2010 | 7:07 am

    From your info I am guessing you are having a rhinoplasty of the nose. Rhinoplasty is one of the most difficult forms of surgery, as its difficult to get right. I recommend finding a really good surgeon with a lot of experience. There is a slight chance you may be allergic to the anesthetic, and afterwards there will be some bruising. Your face will also look swollen for a few days. Small risk of infection.

  4. FrenchTower
    May 26th, 2010 | 12:33 am

    there are always problems in getting a plastic surgery, the first and foremost that the people have is.

    how will it affect the body.
    will it be actually beneficial
    will the insurance cover it, and if not, then how expensive it is?

    after you can answer these questions, please take a look at some cosmetic surgery alternatives such as laser etc.

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