Would you ever consider having cosmetic surgery? WHY?   1 comment

English: Walter Yeo, the first person to recei...

English: Walter Yeo, the first person to receive plastic surgery, before (left) and after(right) skin flap surgery performed by Sir Harold Delf Gillies in 1917. The pictures of Walter’s face before the surgery are blurry and hard to come by. In the tragic accident he was recorded as having lost both his upper and lower eyelids. The surgery was some of the first to use a skin flap from an unaffected area of the body and paved the way for a sudden rash of improvements in this field. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

 

 

 

1) What springs to mind when you hear the word ‘surgery’?
2) Do you use the British word ‘operation’ or the American word ‘surgery’? Does it matter which one you use?
3) Have you ever had surgery / an operation?
4) How would you feel if you needed surgery?
5) Would you ever consider having cosmetic surgery?
6) What’s the difference between cosmetic surgery, plastic surgery and reconstructive surgery?
7) How do you think keyhole surgery will change medical procedures in the future?
8) Do you think today’s technology means heart surgery is no problem or would you still worry if you needed a heart op?
9) If you underwent surgery, what preparations would you make in the few days before?
10) What springs to mind when you hear the word ‘surgery’?

 

 

1) Would you like to be a surgeon?
2) What do you think of surgeons?
3) What do you know about laser surgery?
4) How have surgical techniques changed over the past century?
5) Would you consider having surgery in another country?
6) If you had surgery, would you prefer to be awake or asleep?
7) Which body part would you hate to have surgery on?
8) Would you sue the hospital if your surgery went wrong?
9) Would you like to watch a video of an operation on your body?
10) What do you think surgery will be like in the future?

 I don´t know, I always think about it,sometimes I think I would never do it because this is the way I am and i should accept it, but sometimes i think that change a few things I don´t like would make me happier, so why not…
I need to decide what I think about it, but I can´t .

I see both excellent and terrible results of the plastic on the moviestars and celebrities, so I can make the conclusion that no matter how expensive the services are, and how famous a surgeon is – there is always a risk to spoil your appearance irrevocably. So, no no no. Never.
 
In Colombia there are great plastic surgeons who perform daily operations to improve the physical appearance of both men and women. Its cost is relatively low, and very satisfactory results for those who want to look better and increase their self-esteem.
 
Due to a pregency that ripped my skin in one day from fluid (a ten pound gain in that one day) I have tons of loose skin and stretch marks –I look like a wild animal got a hold of me and ripped my skin apart.  My Dr. suggested strongly that I have plastic surgery as all the muscles in my stomach area are frayed like a rope.  As the years have passed my muscles have become even weaker and Drs. have told me that no amount of exercise will repair them. I have a lot of back trouble and pain partially due to the extra weight of skin hanging on my stomach. The embarrasment of people asking if I’m pregnant, and absolutelly not being able to buy any clothes to fit me is horrible. My breast are small making it even worse. Even though I also have other medical problems which cause me to not be as active as I previously was (fibromylgia and arthritis) I would like to feel like other women and be able to enjoy my body and not be embarrassed by it. Second on my list would be to have my breast enhanced and lifted. I am grateful to have a body that is alive and in somewhat working order but this would be my dream to feel like a normal woman must feel about her body. I’m sorry about such a long and personal answer, but thanks for letting me answer with my true feelings.

Posted October 28, 2012 by Teacher Alvin in LEARNING ENGLISH

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  1. I would never want to get through the surgery and I will be a the circumstances which can make me go for plastic surgery.
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