Unnecessary aesthetic surgery should not be payed for by the NHS

Updated on January 26, 2018 in Issues
1 on January 16, 2018

i believe that unnecessary aesthetic surgery should be payed for by the recipient, not the national health service, when I say unnecessary I am referring to things such as lip filler, breast implants, etc. basically anything Kim Kardashian has had done. In my opinion we shouldn’t be using money that could be saving lives or making lives worth living again on people who want there backside to be 1 metre in diameter, such procedures should be paid for by the recipient. This should also act as a deterrent for such procedures, getting rid of some of ‘standards’ set by things such as Instagram due to a decrease in such procedures. Perhaps even lowering rates of depression and heightening self esteem. I would like to clarify that necessary procedures like burn treatments, facial reconstruction and possibly more minor things such as scar removal should still be paid for as they are doing what the NHS is designed to do, improve quality of life and/or save lives. 

Please tell me your opinion and we can have a civil argument/discussion on the topic, there is no need for all the swearing and insults etc, 

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yes

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