As we have seen, plastic surgery can turn physical “imperfections” into something better. For some people, aesthetic plastic surgery has become a lifestyle. Don’t even hesitate to go through the action more than once. So can aesthetic plastic surgery really make people “addicted” to continue to try it?
In fact, it is not an aesthetic addiction that is addictive. However, most people who repeatedly perform plastic surgery just want to add to the harmonization on their faces that have changed slightly due to plastic surgery. For example, a person performs nose surgery to become sharper, but after that, he starts to feel his lips are not harmonious with his pointed nose. Finally, he also had lip surgery.
In addition, the desire of people to re-choose plastic surgery is the success of changing body shape to get satisfying results and a much younger appearance.
The best way to prevent addiction to plastic surgery is to stop it before it actually happens. Plastic surgery is not a bad thing, but if done continuously and change many things can be something bad. One must know when he needs plastic surgery and when not. If you still want to do it, you can visit Bruce K. Smith, M.D.