1. Cosmetic Surgery for Teens Why or why not should cosmetic surgery be allowed for teens Olivia Weiss Block B 11-6-11
Plastic surgery is a special type of surgery that deals with the reconstruction of the face and body and can be used to improve a persons ability to function as well as their appearance and self-image.
It s a big boost to some girls self esteem, its becoming quite a graduation gift; its cheaper than a car and better than a fountain pen. -Dr. Lenny Rounder, plastic surgeon.
3. Why would parents allow the surgery to be done?
Benefits outweigh risks
It is up to the teen
4. What are benefits involved in the surgery?
Improve a persons ability to function
Improve somebodys appearance and self esteem
Simple fix will make everything better
Makes them look better
5. What are risks involved in the surgery?
Self esteem and body image issues
Made fun of
Become obsessed with their body image
Side effects such as numbness blood clots and infections
Can turn out different
If teen is injured the outcome can change
The outcome is never guaranteed
6. What roles do others play in motivating the procedure being done?
Peer pressure the teen should say they want to keep their body real
Whats on the inside counts
Girls overly influenced by the media and others
Think about it all the time
7. Is the surgery more common in boys or girls?
Worry about what others think
Want everything fixed
A psychologist is associated with cosmetic surgery for teens because teens could go to a psychologist to talk to about getting the procedure done or after it was done and why.
The salary is at entry level: $37,900 at average level $48,700-$82,800 and potential is at $106,840
This career will be available in the future increasing by 2% according to Career One Stop
Related careers are counselor, teachers and social workers
9. High School Career academies
I will be going to River Hill High School
I will research the Child Development academy program
I choose this academy because the careers eligible after this academy is taken, is a psychologist
10. Adelphi University
Located in Garden City, New York
Yearly tuition is $28,460
Program requirements are a high school deploma
88% of the students are in-state, 78% of the students have a 3.0 GPA or higher, and the career I chose in this program leads to a bachelors degree
11. Community Service
I have worked at Grassroots in Columbia MD, Summer 2011. (made and served breakfast)
I did this to help the people living there. These people need the help and I wanted to help by serving them food.
12. Prior Job Experience
Worked in the Columbia Gym Day Care
Volunteered at the Iron Girl-handed out water bottles