Blog Readers!!! here are some cases i found over the internet, all sound sad, but its the truth, there ARE risks involved in cosmetic surgeries....
I got my Nose operated, not just because esthetical reasons, but also because of my sinuses and ease nose Breathing. But something went wrong- I can feel it while I am breathing through nose. What should I do? Should I demand reparation of nose?
A woman had breast-reduction operation. After the procedure she was in constant pain due to a gaping hole inside her left breast. She suffered from what is called "wound breakdown". She has managed to recover after five months, but is physically and emotionally scarred by the experience. One other Plastic surgeon said that he spends nearly 60% of his time operating on patients who are dissatisfied with previous cosmetic surgery. I am not sure who to blame, unskilled surgeons? Promises like "lunchtime lift", "no bruising" and "no swelling" are unreal; these operations are in fact exceptionally complicated. I’ve heard for another case that went wrong where the woman ended up with serious burns after a laser resurfacing procedure. I personally think that it is the doctor's duty to ensure the patient understands the risks of all procedures.
hi my name is maxine and i had breast surgery (reduction) it went wrong i had a hole apear in my left breast wich resulted in me loosing my nipples and some of my breast .this is the worse thing thats ever happend to me. im sueing the hospital for this.
Ok, Courtney, I thought we had already worked it out that 'plump' lips do not look good on you. Stop it now! Lip collagen is no substitute for good self esteem.