Pamela is just one of the thousands who do something to change the way they look every year. There’s no right way to deal with your imperfections, whether they’re a medical condition or not. Some people manage to accept the things that make them different and learn to love themselves for who they are. Others can’t live their lives without hiding the things that set them apart from the masses. They don’t want to stand out for the wrong reason, so they turn to plastic surgery or other procedures to make themselves more visually appealing.
In cases like Ichard’s, getting some cosmetic work can have a serious impact on a person’s quality of life. For anyone suffering from an abnormality that is prominent and makes them feel unattractive, this can be the only way to bring them peace of mind. There are times when it’s actually required to prevent their condition from killing them, but it’s usually more a case of improving their self-confidence.
The only problem that comes from making changes to your body is knowing when it’s the right time to stop. Those who get plastic surgery don’t tend to have just one procedure. One small change becomes ten, which becomes twenty, and eventually, they’re tweaking the tiniest infraction that no-one else has even noticed. This issue ties into society’s need to always look good. It makes you question just how dangerous of an impact our appearances are having on the world around us.
While some people might go out of control with changing their body, it doesn’t look like that’s a path Ichard will ever go down. She was so overwhelmed by the transformation her doctor did that she never plans on taking anything for granted ever again. We can’t blame her – the doctor did an unbelievable job.