More and more Americans are just giving their money away to companies in exchange for bigger breasts, a more chiseled nose or a better looking body. But are these surgeries really helping them?
There were over 13 million total cosmetic surgeries in 2011 out of which 89% were minimally invasive procedures. And these surgeries weren't done in vain. It was shown that 92.2% of patients considered their appearance as good as they expected or better, while 81.4 % were more satisfied with their overall appearance which counts as a very high success rate. Still, little or no improvement was seen in self-esteem and mental health. The editors at Best MBA Programs provide some valuable insight into this topic
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