Turn on the television, or pick up almost any magazine, and youâ€™ll be bombarded by images of slim, sexy, voluptuous, models, with flawless complexion and perfect hair. â€œSo whatâ€™s the problem with thatâ€, you might ask yourself? The problem is that all this extreme overexposure to â€œthe perfect body or faceâ€ can wreak havoc on ones self esteem and sense of self worth. How do people manage to keep up with this high level of social pressure to look good? For many, it means extra time spent at the gym, trying to burn those extra calories and shed those couple extra pounds, but there is an alarming increase in the desire for a â€œquick fixâ€. This â€œquick fixâ€ is cosmetic surgery, and studies show that the number of people using cosmetic surgery to solve
their personal dissatisfaction is increasing at an alarming rate.
The once low-key, obscure realm of plastic surgery was a quick, not so easy fix for a select number of wealthy female baby boomers, however this trend has changed dramatically. More