Plastic surgery is one of the most popular ways to alter your appearance to something that you will feel comfortable in. It has provided millions of people with a new start and with a much more comfortable life. However, there may be times in a person’s life when they wish to reverse the procedure and go back to their previous look. There are many reasons as to why someone would choose to make this reversal. Although it may in some cases be because they are not happy with the way that the procedure turned out in the long run, it is usually because they wish to make another change, or because they would like to go back to their natural appearance. To the surprise of many people, this is something that many plastic surgery procedures are able to do.
YOU CAN REVERSE ALMOST ANYTHING, BUT NOT TO THE SAME EXTENT
Technically, all plastic surgeries are reversible to a certain extent, or perhaps entirely. It all depends on the complexity of the procedure and how much of your original look was altered. Simple procedures like Korean botox, are entirely reversible because they disappear on their own. This is because it is a procedure that isn’t permanent to begin with, so the botox that was injected in your skin gradually disappears. However, other simple procedures like eyelid surgeries and skin augmentations can also be reversed to a point where they look almost exactly as they did before the surgery. However, unlike botox, these reversals also require another surgery to be done in order to be altered again. And depending on how much the surgeon is required to go back in time, this reversal procedure may be as complex as the original one.