Plastic surgery helps men and women improve their appearance by altering certain parts of the body. Because of the positive results brought about by successful operations, it is possible for patients to become addicted or hooked to plastic surgery. Patients will continue to want to change something in their bodies to make themselves look like many celebrities today. Those who are addicted to plastic surgery may think that a part of their body is abnormal. They give so much attention to making themselves look “perfect” in their eyes. Some of their imperfections may be acceptable to most people but they still tend to focus on it until it becomes an obsession. Thinking there is something wrong with your body when there isn’t any actual physical abnormality may be a sign of a mental disorder. Being addicted to plastic surgery can be highly dangerous. A patient might go for multiple surgeries, which can negatively affect the body. Even after the body recovers from previous surgeries, there is no guarantee that no life-threatening complications can develop with succeeding surgeries. A person who goes through cosmetic surgery is at risk each time, and subjecting the body to danger multiple times is not good for the health of the patient. It is also possible for those who are addicted to plastic surgery to be depressed. Focusing too much on parts of their body that they think are imperfect can lead them to have a negative relationship with their family, friends, and colleagues. Those who are addicted to surgery may choose to go for just any surgeon who agrees to perform the procedure for them. The strong, almost irrational need to go under the knife can lead to a poor choice of surgeons and is highly dangerous. Professional and well-experienced surgeons will have valid reasons for being apprehensive in performing multiple operations on the same patient. Only those otherwise will gladly take the job for the money. This will only lead to negative results and possibly life-threatening complications. It is important for patients to know their limitations when it comes to plastic surgery. Although it is available for everyone, patients should do it to become better versions of themselves, not to look like someone else. Addiction to plastic surgery can be deadly. Seek treatment if you think you are in danger or already showing signs of plastic surgery addiction. Patients can be treated with anti-depressants or counseling.