“Should you undergo a Plastic Surgery?” by Dr. Mark Schusterman
by Dr. Mark Schusterman
Whether to undergo a plastic surgery or not, that’s the question. First, ask yourself the witty question since you’d be responsible for your choices you make today. Decide whether you are trying to overcome a psychological problem with a physical fixation! Are you making an effort to make the right decision or finding an escape by altering your physical appearance?
- Candidates with superficial expectations: Let’s be honest here. If you expect your cosmetic surgeon to make you look like Brittney Spears with a single surgery, you are keeping too much of hopes and unrealistic expectations. There are people who insist on having a celebrity’s face, with a hope that they might change their life by merely imitating someone popular. The truth is, perfection does not come by copying someone you are not. How about becoming a good version of yourself instead of becoming a bad version of someone else? If you seek perfection, first change from the inside and stay real.
- Obsessed Individuals: People with obsession of perfection through multiple surgeries must not undergo surgeries. These are the people with psychological disorder or believe that their life will be perfect if they keep on getting cosmetic surgeries. Being a perfectionist is not wrong, being obsessed with surgery is however alarming.
- People under a Catastrophe: People who are going through any sort of misfortune or catastrophe, including family issues, financial problems, social and moral degradation or any other mishap should first realize that they are not supposed to seek or achieve their goals by changing their appearance. Unless, you are too sure of your decision, you should not make an abrupt decision to alter your appearance that you may want to redo any time soon in future. One must work through these problems and not take physical change in their body as the only hope.
- Discontented Individuals: People who tend to visit multiple surgeons for the sake of ‘perfection’ that is never too perfect and individuals who consult doctors, one after another just to find the right ‘answer’ to their queries or to seek the answer they want to hear are the discontented kind. Such patients never have enough and must not undergo a surgery until they accept what’s coming next.
- Psychologically Unfit Patients: People exhibiting a deceptive or paranoid attitude towards a surgical procedure can be poor candidates and highly unsuitable for the surgery.
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