Plastic Surgery And Its Effects On Society

844 WordsOct 23, 20154 Pages
Real-Life Photoshop Plastic Surgery is defined as the process of reconstructing or repairing parts of the body, either in the treatment for injury or cosmetic reason. Just like any other topic, plastic surgery has both negative and positive attributes. Depending on the opinion, there may be more of one than that of the other, but in the case of this paper there are more negative. Plastic surgery has been deemed acceptable by countless celebrities and television shows, and has left a huge not so positive impact on tons of people, especially those who are genuinely self-conscious. The risks of all types of plastic surgery are very rarely discussed or made known by these celebrities or TV shows and more times than not, are swept under the rug. The lesser famous, more acceptable type of plastic surgery is reconstructive surgery. Although it may be easier to focus on all the bad things involved with plastic surgery, there is still some good to be said. It is extremely challenging these days to find a celebrity that has not had some type of plastic surgery done. It is even harder to find a teenager that doesn’t watch television. Although teens may not be engrossed in shows focused on plastic surgery, they will encounter them eventually. Whether their mother or older sister watches them, or they stumble upon it on their own, they will discover at last how their favorite movie star looks oh so perfect. Celebrities obviously receive plastic surgery for their own reasons but they
Open Document