Everyone wants to look beautiful both through makeup, beautiful dresses, jewelry or by increasing their hairstyles. While these are the most common methods to look nice, sometimes wrinkles, scars, and some physical abnormalities hamper all these beautifying methods.
This is when people turn to plastic surgery or cosmetic surgery to improve their looks. It is a fact that the latest surgical approaches and innovations in the field can lead to a zero risk surgery. However, it is also a case that there are various pictures circulated about failed plastic surgeries. Moreover the fact that there are so many law firms that specialize in bad ice surgery, there is always a gamble of the surgery going wrong.

Possible surgical complications

There are various plastic surgery options one can use to look young. Instead of surgery, some people prefer injecting the chemical Botox into their face to help prevent wrinkles. However though this just involves an injection, there is a chance of its results being disastrous.
Some people are allergic to Botox; and this allergy can manifest itself into problems like skin discoloration, rashes or even more saggy or puffy skin later on.
Some people resort to plastic surgery to reshape their nose but only end up with having either too much of skin removed, or having their nose cut the wrong way. Those who resort to lip injections to get plump lips end up with even overly plump lips with an unnatural look.
People who resort to laser surgery to remove scars, tattoos and hair face the risk of killing their hair strands and burning skin when the laser shoots their body.

Increased expenses

On the whole, minor cases of cosmetic procedures going wrong lead to some bruising and swelling. This is something that can be tolerated as it heals after some time. However, there are also some serious problems that may arise if plastic surgery goes wrong like leakage, hardening or slippage of implants, reactions to medication or anesthesia, removal of excess skin and loss of some nerve, tissue, organ or muscle.
There is also a chance of the patient developing asymmetrical, drooping or disproportionate breasts after the surgery or undergoing too much of scarring and possible disfigurement. In the worst cases; the patient may also die as a consequence of the operation.
Besides all these physical problems, once a plastic surgery goes wrong, there are the increased medical bills you have to bear, and the more work absenteeism you face. To compensate for all these mistakes done, you can always sue the doctor. However once again, you have to be ready to spend time and money running and fighting the legal battle that is inconvenient, expensive and lengthy procedure.

Emotional and psychological effects

Anything can happen if the surgery is not performed right. With it are not only the physical ramifications that you have to bear but also the many psychological or emotional ones you have to undergo. People perform these surgeries to look better, to remove scars and perhaps to make their unequal or asymmetrical breast equal and symmetrical.
However once plastic surgery goes wrong, they look worse than they did before the surgery. This leads to a drop in the person’s self-esteem, which in turn may make it even harder to face society. Moreover, this new, worse look of yours will mostly be permanent. So even if all the bruising, pain, bleeding and swelling may recede and heal with time, the emotional pain, your new ugly look, and physical scars will last forever.
So the best thing to avoid all this if plastic surgery goes wrong is not to perform the procedure, especially if you are doing it on a voluntary basis and not because you need one after an accident or cancer. Try to look better with the help of natural means, and use plastic surgery only if nothing else seems to work.
Moreover, have your surgery performed by a certified plastic surgeon so that you are sure your doctor is qualified to perform the plastic surgery you plan to have done. Remember that the instances mentioned above are only a few of the possible consequences that may occur if plastic surgery goes wrong.