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Post Reply Implants and surgeries, how do you feel about them?
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Posted 6/3/15
there life there choice who's to interfere? i'd be okay with it although it would feel a bit awkward after the surgery i'd just have to get used to it if it means to be with the person i like :shrug:
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I don't agree with cosmetic surgery unless the patient has some sort of disorder, dis-figuration, was severely disfigured from an accident etc.

Most people get them because they aren't happy with how they look though they may look very well fine.But in reality, that's an internal issue that needs to be resolved.

I remember reading a comment on the internet years ago of someone saying that if everyone could afford to, everyone would get some sort of cosmetic procedure done. In my opinion they were simply pushing their personal self upon the whole world.

Even if my hair receded extremely badly, I wouldn't get a hair transplant or what have you. I'd just shave it all off and go about my life.

Especially if you are married and you are happy and the person you are with loves you for you and has no problem with your supposed physical problems, then what's the point?

I have heard of people in Asia getting plastic surgery so that they can get better job prospects. In Asia when you hand in your resume to an employer, a portrait photo of you must also be included.

Plus many of these surgeries aren't a permanent thing. You will have to re-visit a surgeon years if not months after the procedure for maintenance. Plus many of the things don't last such as botox, lip injections etc.

Interesting is how many people who use plastic surgery use it because of signs of aging. But when they were young they didn't take care of their bodies by eating healthy, exercising and getting a proper amount of sleep.

But hey, do you. I personally wouldn't want to be with a person who has had something done and/or is contemplating getting something done.

Plus fake breasts and butts don't feel or really look natural unless you have an amazing surgeon.
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Posted 6/3/15
I think I could deal with loving a plastic doll. I'm sure I could deal with loving a plastic person. It's not my body anyways.

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Posted 6/3/15
I think if it makes you happy then you should do it, not temporary happy though.
Amd it has to be something the person has to put serious thought into
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IWantMyVisionBack wrote:Plus fake breasts and butts don't feel or really look natural unless you have an amazing surgeon.


Or as the joke goes, "It must be jelly, 'cause flesh don't hold still like that."
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Posted 6/3/15
Yolo it's your life and body, do whatever you want with it.
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I find that most unnecessary cosmetic surgeries have unattractive-looking results. As long as you're not deformed somehow or have a medical problem, most cosmetic surgeries are not necessary. Still, I guess some people get a self-esteem boost and more personal satisfaction if they go under the knife, so that might actually be a worthwhile benefit. For purely looks without some condition, though, most of the results of these surgeries just look....bad to me.

As for functional implants and enhance your abilities, I'm all for those. They serve a good purpose and make life physically easier, having benefits that extend beyond simple self-satisfaction.
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I mean you can do it if you want but I'm not all that big on it. if my lover were to get them I wouldn't really care all that much. Personally though I wouldn't bother with it because I'm fine with my body
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Posted 6/22/15 , edited 6/22/15
Hi everyone. I had a baby boy 4 months ago and after the delivery, I find my body figure a mess especially my breasts. I'm planning to get a breast augmentation surgery from a Toronto-based cosmetic surgeon - Dr. Sammy Silwin. I'm very nervous thinking how painful and expensive it is going to be. I would like to know the pros and cons of breast implantation. It would be great if anyone might share their experience via this thread.

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For some people it's needed but if it's for cosmetic reasons alone then the problem isn't in the skin or bones.


Spennyki wrote:

Hi everyone. I had a baby boy 4 months ago and after the delivery, I find my body figure a mess especially my breasts. I'm planning to get a breast augmentation surgery from a Toronto-based cosmetic surgeon - Dr. Sammy Silwin. I'm very nervous thinking how painful and expensive it is going to be. I would like to know the pros and cons of breast implantation. It would be great if anyone might share their experience via this thread.



I'm not going to assume this is bait for concerns on being able to feed your baby and I'm not sure why you want advice in this forum but google your doctor's name.
Posted 6/22/15
If it was for medical reasons, perhaps....

But other than that, no.

I won't judge anyone else doing it. Maybe I'd think they were a little strange.... Or that they were silly because they could've placed more money on... Say, the gym.... And getting the best body they could get out of nature first....

http://t.co/yrZrxR4cWZ <- I was like "That chick was better looking before."
Posted 6/22/15
It's a very subjective topic.
The media covers the exploitation of it so a lot of us just assume it's bad.
But there is an underground that isn't heard and shows it does help people.
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Most of these surgeries aren't really necessary. I say most not all because there are some cases where health issues lead to missing tissues or when some areas are deformed or haven't developed at all. It's better to work on good emotional health. It's possible to find styles for every body or shape and sizes that will complement them.
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As somebody who wishes GRS didn't cost me basically a kidney and part of a liver. I can't say that I think it should never be covered by insurance. But therapy and psychological evaluations should be part of that process. You don't want somebody who's in a bad mental state getting something done without really understanding the whole risks and effects.
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Posted 6/29/15 , edited 6/29/15
I have got very ugly and saggy breasts. My breasts was turned saggy after I delivered a baby girl. Now my daughter is two years old and she has also stopped breastfeeding as well. So planning to get a breast augmentation procedure ( http://www.drkreidstein.com/breast-augmentation-surgery-toronto.php ) from a Toronto based plastic surgery clinic. I want to know whether how this procedure is going to be? Is it painful? What will be the cost of undergoing this procedure? Any replies will be highly appreciated
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