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Krystal Gonzalez 12/1/07 Professor Hutchison Speech Why you shouldn’t get cosmetic surgery. I. What is cosmetic surgery? A) Its a medical operation that people go under to correct or reconstruct their body parts. B) There are over 20 types of cosmetic surgeries. II. The three most common type of cosmetic surgeries are A) Breast Implants B) Liposuction C) Facelift III. Why you shouldn’t get breast implants. A) Breast implants are silicone gels that are placed bellow the breast muscle to make your breast larger. B) Risks: bleeding, breast droop, skin irregularities, 3-4% chance of blood clots, and a 15% chance of numbness for life. C) Results: moderate to severe pain for 2 weeks so take medication for 2 weeks, numbness from 1-2 weeks, and swelling up to a month. Cost $5,000-$9,000 and it’s not lifetime guaranteed. IV. Why you shouldn’t get liposuction. A) It’s surgically removing masses amount of fat from certain parts of the
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Unformatted text preview: body such as, thighs, stomach, cheeks, etc. B) Risks: infections, skin irregularities, 1 in 10,000 die from liposuction, and many deaths can happen due to blood clots and shock and blood dilution. C) Results: Pain medication for 2 weeks, 2 months until swelling goes down, and takes up to 6 months to see the final results. Cost $2,000-$10,000 and it’s not lifetime guaranteed. V. Why you shouldn’t get a facelift. A) A facelift is when the fat is removed from the face and then it’s pulled back and stitched together. B) Risks: Blistering of the skin may lead to permanent scarring, there’s a 1500% chance of skin death with smokers, Facial Weakness, and nerve damages. C) Results: Take pain medication 3 days, change bandages 2-5 days, numbness for several weeks, face and the eyelids will be swollen and bruised. Cost $7,000-$13,000 and it’s not lifetime guaranteed. VI. Conclusion...
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