Dr. Kwesi Okumanin Nsaful, who is the head of plastic and reconstructive surgery at the 37 Military Hospital, has claimed that Ghanaian housewives, market ladies, and teachers are more likely to get cosmetic surgery than Ghanaian female celebrities.
In recent years, Ghanaian female celebrities have been known to have plastic surgery in an effort to look more modern and appealing to both their followers and the general public at large.
While some famous people have come clean about enhancing their appearance with plastic surgery, others continue to deny ever having done so.
A well-known plastic surgeon who participated in a panel discussion hosted by Tony Best on Akoma FM’s Saturday entertainment program Entertainment 360 said that the majority of women get cosmetic surgery so that they can regain their confidence and get back to being who they were before they had the procedure.
“I can authoritatively say that if I do 40 or 50 surgeries, I may only encounter one celebrity. All Ghanaian women are currently doing plastic surgery hence that notion should be aborted.
“I averagely do two or three surgeries a week and market women, fashion designers, teachers are all doing it. It’s a practice going on which is not only female celebrities.”
Dr Nsaful explained the various types of the plastic surgery.
“We have the liposuction, which entails taking out the fats. The tummy touch centres around cutting part of the body and also taking away the fat. The breast argumentation deals with either making the breast bigger or vice-versa.”
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