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Undergoing Plastic Surgery

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victim from the fire north of Yolo Harbour in 1996, has underwent numerous skins grafts and more than 100 operations over six years in order to save her life (Elizabeth Cheung, 2015). Therefrom, plastic surgery can be vital to one’s life.

To conclude, plastic surgery should not be banned as it can boost one’s self-esteem and self-confidence, raise one’s competitiveness and allow people to meet more opportunities. Furthermore, it is essential in medical treatments by improving the function of different body parts. One should learn the correct usage of plastic surgery and do not abuse it. Over undergoing plastic surgery can lead to several harm to our body both physically and mentally. Persons concerned should consider carefully before undergoing any plastic surgeries. Not to mention, people should pay more attention on one’s inner beauty instead of the appearance.


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