Gosh, could you really imagine reoperating every once in a while?! Surgery, whether plastic or not, is supposed to be a once-and-never-again experience. No surgeon is keen on performing surgery, and no patient is keen on undergoing it, because a lot of risks, time, money, and efforts are involved. So the result of a surgical intervention is implicitly meant to be permanent. Like the other forumers said, it's only when the outcome doesn't meet the expectations that reoperation could/should be considered, depending on the gravity of the issue.pinkcherry111 wrote:Do you really have to reoperate every two years? Like the nose worsens every two years and you have to go under the knife again? If that's the case, I'll be forever paying for my nose job! lol
anyone answer me please?
Problems which we not seldom face in surgery in general, and PS in particular, are graft-related ones. And as we know, the body tends to reject grafts when they are not autologous. However, there is ongoing research to make better non-autologous grafts. In the meanwhile, of course, for some type of surgeries, like breast augmentation for instance, there is no other option than going back to the surgeon every once in a while to have the impant replaced by another one.
This being said, once again, surgery in general, is not meant to be repeated! Numerous attempts could only damage your body.