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Plastic surgery addiction is worse than just wanting to change things about your appearance.  That is a normal feeling, but some individuals become obsessed with being perfect. With this you see movie stars changing their appearances and even many of your friends. What most people do not understand is that choosing to go through plastic surgery even once can lead to a addiction or death.

Plastic Surgery Addiction is Risky

When you have a plastic surgery, it is considered to be a risky procedure. It is beneficial for children and adults that may have been born with a defect or are suffering dis-figuration due to accidents, but it should not be used repeatedly by someone who simply is never satisfied with their looks.  This type of addiction means continuously changing your physical appearance so that in your mind you will be socially accepted.  This is a mental addiction that requires months or years of therapy to overcome.

Plastic surgery addiction can cause physical and internal harm that you may not be aware of.

These risks include:
Plastic Surgery Addiction

  • Bleeding
  • Hematoma
  • Scarring
  • Necrosis
  • Nerve damage
  • Adverse reactions to anesthesia
  • Death

Other than the physical and internal risk that can come into one’s life from this kind of addiction, you need to consider the risk of poor results and the negative effects the elective surgeries will have on your finances.  Many plastic surgery addicts end up losing their homes, their loved ones, and their jobs.

Addiction Help

The outcome of this addiction is never good. Over time this addiction can lead to a person’s physical destruction.  If you or someone you know has a plastic surgery addiction, contact Stop Your Addiction now for information on treating your addiction.

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