How many people here have had actual plastic surgery?

Bignuf Bignuf
If so, care to share what kind? How common is this, among this relatively young group?
12/29/2013
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peppermintgal peppermintgal
No plastic surgery, but I've had botox for the lines in my forehead. Worked great.
12/29/2013
Bignuf Bignuf
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Originally posted by peppermintgal
No plastic surgery, but I've had botox for the lines in my forehead. Worked great.
A friend had it for eye wrinkles and it really is amazing. My daughter, who is a young plastic surgeon, uses some in her practice, but not as much as you might think, from reading woman's magazines or watching TV. The majority of her patients are still there for "procedures" that are a bit to a lot more "invasive".
12/29/2013
SecretKinksters SecretKinksters
No...but have always considered breast enlargement. They're already nice, but I would love to have them "really nice"
12/30/2013
charmedtomeetyou charmedtomeetyou
I will give serious thought to a lift when I'm sure I'm done having little ones. My breasts have taken a beating between pregnancy and nursing, and they deserve to be given back a little of their spunk. I wouldn't go larger or anything like that, just a lift and shape.
12/30/2013
Ansley Ansley
Not me. No babies and people tell me I look at least ten years younger, so I think I'm good for now.
Jan 1, 12:48 pm
Bignuf Bignuf
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Originally posted by Ansley
Not me. No babies and people tell me I look at least ten years younger, so I think I'm good for now.
That is a genetic gift!
Jan 4, 10:33 am
smalltalkingbit smalltalkingbit
Not me, either. I've met very, very few people who have ever had anything done. That likely has a lot to do with growing up in a rural small town without opportunities for cosmetic surgery.
Jan 5, 4:23 am
Missy27 Missy27
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Originally posted by Bignuf
If so, care to share what kind? How common is this, among this relatively young group?
I have had breast lift and implants. Have had done problems with the implants (one deflated) so will be redoing in the future.
Jan 5, 11:27 am
Ansley Ansley
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Originally posted by Bignuf
That is a genetic gift!
Indeed, especially considering the fact I smoke, drink, and I don't always eat healthy foods. I also, very very rarely drink water. I'm sure it will catch up with me and I'll be singing a different tune in ten years.
Jan 6, 12:29 pm
edeneve edeneve
I'm at an age where I'm seriously considering it, especially since I'm dating randomly, unless I'm back w/ my honey. but I even want him to see less of my aging process - oh ugh, I said it! and just to add to this, I KNOW he's had some type of procedure on his face. for his age, his face ought to look like a road map of wrinkles & IT DOESN'T. he only has some very slightly fine lines on his upper forehead. not a laugh line around either his eyes or mouth.
Jan 9, 4:24 pm
Sera26 Sera26
I haven't but I'm not against it. I just don't have the money. I'd definitely do the minor stuff like botox, I'd also probably do lipo.
Jan 9, 10:20 pm
js250 js250
Does partially repairing your face after a car accident count? If so, I had my scalp reattached and my left facial nerves/forehead worked on by a plastic surgeon about 2 hours after the accident. (None of the Dr.'s in my small town wanted to touch it--so they sent me to a trauma center.)
Feb 10, 1:15 pm
edeneve edeneve
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Originally posted by js250
Does partially repairing your face after a car accident count? If so, I had my scalp reattached and my left facial nerves/forehead worked on by a plastic surgeon about 2 hours after the accident. (None of the Dr.'s in my small town wanted to ... More
I'm assuming that all was a result of the horrible car accident you were in. it would be interesting to know all of the injuries you survived from that near death accident.
Feb 11, 2:34 pm
js250 js250
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Originally posted by edeneve
I'm assuming that all was a result of the horrible car accident you were in. it would be interesting to know all of the injuries you survived from that near death accident.
Really...wow. Well I can list them, but may miss a few--there were so many!
-6 broken ribs on right side (2 broken multiple places)
-Torn left lung
-bruised left & right lungs
-collapsed left & right lungs
-right lung internal hemmorage (large)
-torn right kidney
-torn spleen
-herniated disc
-whiplash
-partially scalped on left side (from forehead to back of my head.)
-severe brain trauma (mild brain damage in area used for work recognition, short term memory)
-Torn rotator cuffs in both shoulders
-broken nose/loss of teeth/cosmetic cuts and scars
-sciatic nerve damage from pressure

I was without a pulse and blue when the ambulance arrived. I have a few long term effects, one is ADD--you can guess the rest. I think I left a few out....but I don't remember them unless I look at the atty report again, which I really don't want to do.
Feb 25, 9:41 pm
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