Cosmetic Surgery for Teens: Choices and Consequences

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Enslow Publishers, 2003 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 64 pages
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Many teens have considered cosmetic surgery as a way of changing their looks--or even their lives. In Cosmetic Surgery for Teens: Choices and Consequences, author Kathleen Winkler examines the various procedures available to teens, taking a look at the costs and risks involved as well as the benefits. She explores all of the issues associated with this serious decision, including self-esteem, healthy body image, realistic expectations--and the need for good medical advice.

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Loris Story
Why Do Teenagers Consider
The Pros and Cons of Cosmetic
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About the author (2003)

Winkler is a journalist who concentrates on health and science related topics.

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