Some of the bad things about plastic surgery include surgery mishaps, the surgery throwing off the balance of features or body proportions, and deformities caused by the surgery. Plastic surgery can also lead to emotional and financial issues.
Having liposuction performed on one area of the body may cause another problem area to appear. This happens because the fat cells that are located in the thighs and lower abdomen are destroyed during liposuction. If the fat returns, it is often redistributed in the body unevenly. Instead of returning to the same areas, the fat tends to settle in other areas, such as the upper abdomen, back and arms.
The features that are changed using plastic surgery sometimes throw off the balance of other features. For example, a tummy tuck procedure may cause the thighs to look out of proportion to the rest of the body. In other instances, plastic surgery may cause deformities due to accidental damage to the nerves.
When a plastic surgery procedure does not live up to the patient's expectations or is done badly, emotional damage may occur. Patients may also be unable to deal with the emotional toll of the surgery itself. Plastic surgery places a great deal of stress on the body because of the lack of sleep brought on by the pain the surgery causes. The bruised appearance of the body during recovery can also lead to depression for those who are unprepared.