10 Plastic Surgery Mistakes No One Talks About
You've heard about the chance of blood clots and infection -- but these common plastic surgery side effects will shock you
"Plastic surgery is major surgery," says Semira Bayati, a board certified plastic surgeon in Newport Beach, Calif. -- and a lot of times, no matter how skilled the doctor, crazy side effects can happen.
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Knowing about these less-talked about ways that plastic surgery can go wrong is more important than ever, considering the growing number of people in the U.S. who are opting for cosmetic procedures. According to a recent survey, 51 percent of the population approves of cosmetic and plastic surgery. "As the numbers suggest, people in every income bracket, single or married, male or female, view plastic surgery as a reasonable option today,” says Felmont F. Eaves III, MD, President of The American Society for Aesthetic Plastic Surgery.
So, before you sign up for a Botox session at your next dentist appointment or lust after a nose job when "Us Weekly" runs enviable before and after shots of Ashlee Simpson, read on. You'll want to know about these shocking ways that plastic surgery can leave you with less than stellar results. They happen more frequently than you might expect.
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