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Dangers of Plastic Surgery - How Bad is it and Are There Any Alternatives?

 


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What many new patients of plastic surgery do not know is the dangers of plastic surgery. They can be pretty devastating, especially when dealing with your face! What can possibly go wrong in plastic surgery procedures? In this article we'll unravel the dangers of cosmetic surgery. There are many plastic surgery nightmares that many people are simply not aware of.

Like for example, a cheekbone implant has a 17% chance of shifting in one's lifetime. Shifting? Can you imagine the impact this can have one an individual upon awakening to find their disfigured? Luckily, dermal fillers used today, such as Restylane provide safe, “non-shifting" methods for cosmetic enhancement.

And eye job or blepharoplasty can also go wrong in so many ways. It can actually alter the shape of one's eyes and drag the skin downwards, upwards or sideways in some negative cases. Often times people seek the services of a less skilled, cheaper plastic surgeon. Often at the expense of their appearance, since a lot of these non-qualified or non board certified perform botched plastic surgery procedures.

If you go to a board certified plastic surgeon, you can be sure you will get a much better chance of a successful operation. Be sure to check for credentials and even ask for a list of previous patients. In most cases, a confident plastic surgeon should be able to provide this information.

But plastic surgery is not the only method we can use today to enhance our image and looks. We do not have to suffer the dangers of plastic surgery no more, thanks in part to face exercises! Face exercises provide a great method for enhancing one's cheekbones, jaw line, reshaping the nose, removing jowls, help recede double chin and even help tighten the skin under the eyes, removing under-eye puffiness!

Not only that, but facial exercises are a much cheaper alternative to dangerous surgery. And best of all, results are usually seen in as little as a week and there are no side effects!

To learn more about the dangers of plastic surgery and for more beauty alternatives, check out Face Beauty Enhancer, the innovative new face exercise, beauty-enhancing program that can be found at http://www.facebeautyenhancer.com

Be sure to check out the free innovative women's beauty blog, http://www.womensbeautyzine.com for the latest in non-surgical procedures to look best! It's truly the cutting edge in women's beauty blogs!

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