Things To Keep In Mind Before A Cosmetic Surgery

If you are planning to look into cosmetic surgery, then I am sure that you will have several doubts and questions in your mind regarding the whole procedure, its effects and the expenditure. Here are some of the things that you should be completely aware of before considering cosmetic surgery.


  • The credentials of your cosmetic surgeon: even before you meet with a surgeon, cosmetic surgery calls for a commitment. Therefore it is always recommended that you proper research, (preferably online or ask around) and narrow down your choice of surgeons depending on your needs. Once you have selected your top candidates, make sure that you interview at least three of them on phone or in person. This kind of extensive research will definitely have a great impact on your final choice.
  • Results that you expect from your cosmetic surgery: the basic thing that you should consider while considering cosmetic surgery is the expected result. Most probably you expect to look better and thus you anticipate feeling better psychologically. Though it is true that you may achieve all this, be aware of the fact that it cannot turn you into a new person and that it cannot change your life completely. Thus, it is always better if you discuss your expectations and hopes with family, friends and your surgeon before you sign up for the process.
  • Cost of the cosmetic surgery: cost plays a very big role in your final decision. The costs of these surgeries vary widely, but you can get an average price in your locality or in your state from the internet. Remember that high cost doesn’t always mean that the surgeon is extremely good and that you will have excellent results and that low cost will give you cheap results. The better way to select the surgeon will be to choose based on the skills and qualifications of the concerned surgeon. Cost should be just a secondary factor.
  • Which cosmetic surgery procedure to select: deciding on the cosmetic surgery package that will suit your needs is a difficult process. For instance, you may feel that you need a complete face lift when really an eyelift can give you the desired results. Similar for a specific procedure, there might be several surgical approaches and you may find it difficult to select the one that you need.
  • Possible side effects of the cosmetic surgery: before you sign up for a particular cosmetic surgery procedure, you should be well aware of the side effects and the possible risks. For many procedures, the most common side effects are bruising, swelling and discomfort. If severe side effects like excessive scarring and infection persist, then you should definitely consult your surgeon again.
  • Recovery period after cosmetic surgery: in most cases, a cosmetic surgery procedure will need at least a few days of recovery time. Some procedures even require several months before the results actually start showing and becomes evident. You will have to ask your surgeon regarding how long it will take you to return back to your normal activities after the surgery.


Higher breast mass calls for augmentation

Even a simple act of weighing the breast mass would have confirmed that the non breast body fat content of your supposed friend would have been upwards of eighty pounds of *excess* body fat. The fact that she is in fact obese would expose her to serious drawbacks and risks that could affect her entire future life, physically and psychologically, in the event of surgery.


The effort of these medical industry members to override this important fact is highly predictable and virtually to be expected nowadays, since the PS industry, over a decade of promotion, has established the medical industry as its most significant symbiotic link. When the medical industry creates a system for drawing hundreds of million dollars out of the insurance industry for the facilitation of its own favorite surgery, the insurance companies, which are incapable of manufacturing money, must attain these huge funds (greater than everything spent on breast implants in America) in some way.


Primarily, they will have to rearrange their priorities, so that other needed surgeries, to other needy people, who may need relief from true chronic pain, will be turned down as a result. Thus, so that the medical industry can turn the insurance industry into its ass, perhaps half a billion dollars of other needed surgeries (that do not happen to be breast reduction) are denied.


The insurance companies, in order to fulfill the false and misleading trust in the medical establishment, find themselves not only *not profiting* from this (unlike the doctors, who profit greatly) but exposing themselves to potentially billions of dollars of legal liability should the shit (from denied medical cases) hit the fan

Breast reduction and implant industry

The PS industry, having gone unpunished for all of its evil activities in the past, continued with them, extended them, enlarged them. Indeed, they predictably adapted their techniques, notably their capacity to bias, distort, censor, confabulate, spin for the purpose of promotion, to wheel and deal,and to play on the fragile self image of women in American culture.


In particular, the PS industry directed their technology to solving the problem of their sudden income loss, and they succeeded with this wildly, so much so that now, with the breast implant business returned to its former business boom, their strategies have led to a full doubling of their business profits (annually, total industry, dollar values adjusted for inflation) over the former heights in 1992


Thus it came to pass that after 1992, the PS industry came to be supported by two major pillars, the breast implants operations and the breast reduction surgeries. Each of these branches tend to be equal and opposite. The breast reduction and the breast implant industry in America as a whole take white women as its primary demographic, its major population of profit and exploitation, and consequently its major dumping grounds of its pollutions.


Targeting of the white race in America for the PS industry is racist, a form of genicide, and the combined effects of the PS industry and the diet industry have initiated waves of iatrogenic illness and deformity in that group.The breast implant foundation of the PS industry is supported by the *entertainment industry* as its primary shills. The major demographic, or business target is thinnish women, a focus that makes full exploitation of the nature of female body fat and its association with breast size. The promotion of this branch works mainly thru providing examples, showcasing the glories of breast implants.

Breast augmentation and Entertainment industry

All thru this time the breast implant industry recruited the entertainment industry as their primary shills, their fundamental agent of proliferation, their machinery for the dessimation of the breast enhancement product. Although the PS’s were surgeons, and they made full use of the American medical establishment, the industry had not evolved a strong employment and utilization of the medical system for the purpose of promoting its products.


PS innovations along these lines were in the process of development, notably the emphasis of medical terms to describe being flat chested, laying the groundwork for the claim that women who had small breasts were suffering from a medical condition that is properly cured by breast augmentation. Theories were being presented in respectable medical journals saying that small breastedness was a disease, with overriding psychological traumas complicating the underlying pathology, establishing breast augmentation as the easiest, most effective, and direct cure.


The underlying agenda of all this was to establish the medical community as major shills for the PS enterprise, but it never succeeded at the time. Then came the silicone scandals. After nearly a decade of illness, of fighting the dollar feeding tentacles, heads, and strong arms of the the silicone giant, the truth broke through, finally.


The legal and liability for all the damage tho fell into the laps of the implant manufacturers, while the PS’s themselves remained protected from judgement day, the Holocaust, like they had a Borg shield. Pampered darlings of media and inheriting the reverence of title from the medical image (PS’s are doctors, usually) they escaped with naught even a scolding. But alas they had all taken major income losses, as the breast implant business, now moved to the *saline* implant products , suffered an enormous down-slide.

Problems related to breast reduction surgery

Other problems with the breast reduction are that the shapes, and the structures of the breast are not natural. Actually, the surgeon removes the lower half of the breast, and then sews together the caverns abyss that results. The remnant that is created is not a naturally structured breast whatsoever, but the surgeon does a trick of turning this strange shape into something resembling an actual breast by removing the nipples and sewing them higher up on the breast.


Sometimes you see women were the nipples have crept up higher than expected by the surgeon, nearly to the neck, a most bizarre look. The restructured breasts can then change in shape anytime after the surgery, as the woman’s body undergoes the changes of time. This results in a lot of strange breast reduction breast shapes that occur in a wide variety of deformations, depending on the surgery and the circumstances. We have burrito breasts which extend their elongation in the direction perpendicular to normal breasts, stretched like burritos from one underarm to the other. These breasts remind me of Jordes Visor. Another shape is bat breasts.


These are the results of breast reduction that have experience deformations that result from the deep inner scar tissue that pinches the bottom of the breasts. Bat breasts are sort of burrito breasts that have been kind of bent in the middle, causing them to fold over, and droop, against the upper abdomen, which, in the majority of breast reduction cases tends to have a lot of fat on it, because this is the category of women that are mainly exploited by the surgeons in their promotions. So the girl has these burrito like breasts that are bent in the middle and folding over the fat upper abdomen upon which they rest, which is kind of a drooping effect.

Exploitation of overweight women by breast augmentation industry

The exploitation of overweight women by the breast reduction industry applies mainly to white overweight American women. This has had the effect of greatly degenerating the appeal of the group to the opposite sex. There are so many breast reductions in this group, that once one learns to recognize the reductions, one can see that the botched and deformed reductions in the population vastly outnumber the botched breast augmentations. Most noticeable is the figural hole effect.


This means that the total shape of the figure prior to the breast reduction went with the natural size of the breasts, but after the breast reduction there is a major discontinuity in the body parts of the woman. The overweight figures that result are bizarre, and not natural, nor are they considered attractive, however it is not considered politically correct to point this out.


There was a case where a man was accused of sexual harassment of a woman who had had a breast reduction. Upon investigation, the man had never said anything at all, ever to the woman, but the woman was upset because of the way the man would avoid looking at her.


The woman was fat, and her fat figure was distorted in a severe way and the man did not find pleasure in looking at her, but the woman found this to be a great insult and claimed sexual harassment. The problem is that the men will not say anything, and this man had not said anything at all, but it was not enough. The woman felt that he was under the obligation to not think anything either.

Profits from breast augmentation

Mind you, the significant role that the US medical community has played in exploiting young undeveloped minds and bodies for profit represents only part of the total advances that doctors have made in achieving ongoing progress in the profits of breast reduction surgery in the US. Basically, the industry that promotes the breast reductions and facilitates their payment via the insurance companies is the the medical industry, which is a super set of the PS industry.


The PS industry was very quick at correcting for their breast surgery profit losses in 1991 by building up breast reduction as a major secondary source of income. Last decade, inspite of the two thirds reduction early on in breast implant profits, the’ total PS profits from breast surgery were not reduced at all, thanks to the speedy promotion of the breast reduction in the medical industry as well as media.


Since that time, both the profits from breast augmentation and the profits from breast reduction (which have tended to exceed breast implants profits) have continued to grow exponentially each year, and now, breast augmentation profits have somewhat exceeded what they were before their downfall, while breast reduction profits have kept pace and still exceed profits from breast implants.


Therefore, as the surgeons rake in money thru both the augmentations, which act upon all women who are smaller than a standard defined by PS authorities, and breast reductions, which apply to all women larger than the aesthetic ideals defined by the reverenced PS’s who are doctors and have the backing of doctors, the surgeons now make three times the annual breast alteration profits that they did just before their unfortunate incident with the silicone lawsuits. Hence, the PS industry has not only corrected the danger to its ongoing profits, but it has managed to use the incident of the silicone losses and turn it a situation that has made them richer than ever.

Promotion of breast augmentation in medical industry

Actually, getting a second and third opinion would lead to the same advice, because the promotion of breast reduction, and the importance of getting women to contribute to their profits as early as possible, is pretty much, since early in the nineties, an established tradition. Heck, if some doctor recommended posture correction, such as providing posture that is appropriate for large breasted women (posture is dependent on body structure, and many large breasted women are mislead about this because they are told to carry themselves in a way that is appropriate for a flat-chested women and not for a larger breasted one) he might be at risk from his fellows, who feel that he might cause trouble for the medical system and the PS’s.


By now, there is a very tight avoidance of providing information to patients that might discourage them from getting breast reduction. Proper posture that is appropriate for their body types would be highly likely to resolve the problem without surgery, and that would make no money, and would be seen as a threat to the current entrenched profits.


In order to read about the role of the medical industry in the promotion of breast reduction for the PS industry, which greatly exploits young girls and overweight white women as a major demographic for this product, go to the link to deja at the end of this post. Find the link to the deja power search, which will allow you to search the usenet for articles using key words. Enter into the search the words: breast reduction shills . This will lead to all articles that contain all three of those words. Good luck.

Medical insurance for breast reduction

However, Medical insurance covers physical ailments. Low self esteem and poor body image are not physical ailments. I have seen doctors on TV talking about how many of the people who get plastic surgery do not get improved self esteem from the surgery (hence the need to screen patients). Self esteem and good body image are independent of actual physical appearance. A surgery on the outside is not going to fix the poor self esteem.


The person is already deriving too much of their self esteem from their appearance if they are willing to undergo surgery to correct some minor defect (not necessarily even a defect in the eyes of others). They could get their self esteem from career accomplishments or helping with charities instead of based on their looks. I do believe that most insurance companies do cover (as they should) reconstructive surgeries if people get burned or have cleft palate, etc. We do take care of our people, but we do not need to spoil them. Though I am not qualified to give advice on your situation, I know that there are a lot of qualified people who read this news group that can. It amazes me what the medical profession considers cosmetic surgery.


Dental and eyes are another example of what the insurance companies do not consider a part of your body when you hve problems. I will bet if a lot of insurance company board members wifes or daughters had your problem and pain, coverage would be changed. After feeling your pain it has made me think being a man, about how uncomfortable we can make a women feel when we dont focus on her eyes or what she is saying. Too many men, maybe including me will focus on well endowed womens chest, which really shows what jerks we can be. In our fantisies it we forget how hurt this woman may feel.

Obesity and breast reduction

I plan on doing it the hard way. I was just jokin’ around mostly. I don’t have as much to lose as some folks who post here but it seems like the closer you are to the ideal weight the harder it (the weight) is to go. I have at least lost what Rezulin caused me to gain and am starting to lose the initial weight gain that came upon me 5 years ago with that summer-long period. My glycemic control has been great when following the Zone.


That has been the best thing for my control That and lots of insulin sensitizing exercise. It is a paradox that is what many Cysters need when they are getting out of control, yet because of their symptoms and crummy health, they don’t hardly feel like it. Many are fatigued because of the IR, treat the IR and the energy returns. This (fatigue) was also the only symptom my DIL had that he was becoming diabetic last year.


Only he didn’t realize how tired he really was until they discovered the diabetes, treated it and he started to feel better. He is 71 and could now runs rings around many half his age. :-) A return to control has gave me more energy than I have enjoyed in 5 years. Just knowing what the heck was wrong was the biggest step so I could get the help I need. Forgive the joke about liposuction. I can’t help clowning around and lightening the mood sometimes and I really would not get it and a dr. probably wouldn’t consider it for me since my extra 30-40 lbs may make me fat but not morbidly obese.


No, I’m pretty sure that is not considered a medical necessity. Also I think I’d be really afraid of surgical treatment of depression. Plastic surgeons are supposed to screen patients to try to weed out the depressed people. The patients should be in a good state of mind when deciding to have plastic surgery, so they can make a good decision.