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Patients who do not have an addiction to plastic surgery are satisfied when they leave; addicts think just one more procedure—and then another, and another, and another—will make them look perfect. This addiction can be the result of Body Dysmorphic Disorder, which is an unhealthy preoccupation with physical appearance or a specific body part. A famous addict is millionaire Jocelyn Wildenstein, who spent over $4,000,000 on cosmetic surgery over the years. The exact cause or causes of Body Dysmorphic Disorder is unknown, but most clinicians believe it to be a combination of biological, psychological and environmental factors.
 

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Thursday, June 7, 2012

2 comments

  1. Mac Says:
  2. Plastic surgery is a controversial field that many doctors invest a lot of time and money in. They believe in the power of the field and have their own reasons for supporting it, despite a lot of alternative viewpoints. There is a reason for this support and this type of often dangerous surgery is supported for many reasons. The best way to explain plastic surgery as a result of medical advances is to take a look at what it is and explain the way it functions to better our world and make us safer. Physicians from around the world support plastic surgery as a viable and productive form of the medical field.


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  3. Laderma Says:
  4. I had been searching on this topic for a long while but I was not able to find great resources like Thanks for such an interesting article here.
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