Plastic Surgery Essays

Plastic Surgery

One day, I went out for lunch with my friends. I shared a movie that I watched recently to them. Wow! I was excited and can’t even wait for a moment to tell them how nice was the movie and how good looking was the actress! But, when I mentioned her name, Angelababy, one of my friend said sarcastically that she did a lot of plastic surgery, that’s why she look pretty and prefect. Plastic Surgery? I had search some…

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The Power of Mass Media to Increase the Desire for Plastic Surgery

It is common knowledge that it is not desirable to have surgery, especially major surgery wherein the person is subjected to general anesthesia. This is because when one is under the knife so to speak, it simply means that he or she is sick. But in the 21st century there are a significant number of people in America who will volunteer to go under the knife and have their physical bodies altered by plastic surgery. The need for surgery without…

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Celebrity Plastic Surgery Addicts

Plastic surgery can broadly be defined basing on two major subdivisions. The first one is the reconstructive form whose sole purpose is to restore the originality to various body parts that have been damaged either through injury or disease. The second form is the cosmetic surgery which is performed with an aim of improving or enhancing body part appearances which before the surgery were functioning normally. Plastic surgery addiction is a psychological disorder where a person believes he/she can achieve…

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An Analysis of Women’s Mindset About Plastic Surgery

Based on Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia stated that beauty is a value that related to emotional aspect that mean vitality, fertility, health, happiness, goodness, and love. “Beauty is commonly defined as a characteristic present in objects, such as nature, art work, and a human person, that provides a perceptual experience of pleasure, joy, and satisfaction to the observer, through sensory manifestations such as shape, color, and personality. Beauty thus manifested usually conveys some level ofharmony amongst components of an object”…

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Cosmetic Surgery Is Moving Toward Multiethnic Beauty Ideals

“The increasing number of nonwhites getting cosmetic surgery is helping society accelerate from a crawl to a full-bore sprint toward one truly melted, fusion community.” In the following viewpoint, Anupreeta Das questions whether minorities go under the knife to look more Caucasian. She suggests that as ethnically ambiguous beauties emerge in entertainment and the media, many African American, Asian, and Latino cosmetic-surgery patients want changes that harmonize with their ethnic features. In fact, Das states more surgeons today are specializing…

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Addiction for Plastic Surgeries

Plastic surgery is a medical field that deals with reshaping some body deformities that may have occurred due to birth defects or accidents. It is also used for other purposes such as treating diseases and beauty purposes. An example of a disease which can be treated through plastic surgery is melanoma. If plastic surgery is carried out for younger looks or beauty purposes, it is referred to as cosmetic surgery. This paper will directly address the issue of cosmetic surgery…

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Pygmalion Effect

Would you go under the knife to enhance your career opportunities? Why or why not?             If financial resources are not an issue, it would be best to consider cosmetic surgery if doing it would make a people feel more confident about themselves. While the idea of obtaining skills and looking good can uplift chances for career advancement, physical appearance has become a primary source of confidence for everyone. Hirsch (1988) indicated that cosmetic surgery, good dental care, hair transplants,…

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