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Cosmetic Surgery

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  • People, who are not born with good-looking appearance or over weight
  • If those people are not confident enough to show who they really are:
  • 87% patients in the USA agree that their lives are better after cosmetic surgery. More respects and positive image emotions from social situations.
  • Jefree Star
  • They will feel losing identity Losing their jobs. Thoughts of being useless.
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    • 1. Plastic Surgery It helps, it really does
    • 2. Plastic Surgery
      • A medical technique that changes appearances.
      • The technique traditionally used mold, shape or change parts of the body.
      • Cosmetic surgery
    • 3.
      • Allows people to change their appearance.
      • Allows transexual people to change their gender.
      • It is needed for treatment of sicknesses.
      • Rebuild the patient’s body.
      Positive Point
    • 4. Confident Appearance
      • Feeling of being left out.
      • Not being confident.
      • Being socially excluded.
      • Feeling of depression.
    • 5.
      • Cause discrimination from the community.
      • It can continuously cause:
      Confident Appearance
      • Crime - violent reaction to negative public opinion.
      • Suicide - poor self-image creates fear and depression.
    • 6.
      • Plastic surgery allows people to be more confident about their appearance.
      • 87% agree that their lives are better after cosmetic surgery.
      • More respect and positive self-image and emotions.
      Confident Appearance
    • 7. Dreams Come True
      • Transexual people.
      • Usually get negative looks from outside.
      • Depressed from society’s words.
      • Uncomfortable
    • 8. Dreams Come True
      • Change their gender.
      • Being confident about their gender with society and community
      • Being respected as the gender they want to be.
    • 9.
      • Overweight people.
      • Get negative looks.
      • Being discriminated by producer/manager.
      • Job dream: - model, artist, flight attendant and actor.
      DreamsComeTrue
    • 10. Medical & Plastic Surgery
      • For some illnesses, cosmetic surgery is needed.
      • Nasal Septum Deviation
      • Skin cancer
      • Breast cancer
    • 11. Medical & Plastic Surgery
      • Accident surgery
      • Traffic accident
      • Labour accident
      • After sickness
      • treatments/surgery
      Change the appearance of the body and face.
    • 12.
      • Lift up confidence. Make people feel better about their lives.
      Conclusion
      • Opportunity for transsexual to be themselves.
      • Opportunity to treat sickness and rebuild the body after treatments.
      • Furthermore, decrease crime and suicide.
    • 13. Bibliography
      • http://www. apa .org/monitor/sep05/surgery.html
      • http://en. wikipedia .org/wiki/Plastic_surgery
      • http://www. awfulplasticsurgery .com/
      • http://www. plasticsurgery .com/
      • http://www. aboardcertifiedplasticsurgeonresource . com/plastic_surgery/procedures .html
      • http://www.people.com/people/article/0,,20163982,00.html
      • http://www.timesonline.co.uk/tol/life_and_style/health/article5071874.ece
      • http://www.entnet.org/HealthInformation/deviatedSeptum.cfm
      • http://www.spsfv.org/letter.htm