Plastic surgery has significantly increased among teenagers. Nowadays, countless people are opting for this kind of surgery to fulfill their dream of improving their physical appearance.
Personally, I believe that you cannot expect plastic surgery to solve all problems. Plastic surgery will not make you a different person. Moreover, surgery can be addictive. The compulsion to change one's body is often a symptom of deeper mental instability because beauty standards change over time.
Underaged people tend to follow trends and ask surgeons to make them look like the latest famous star whenever there is a change. Teenagers usually make the decision to undergo plastic surgery without considering the risks. Most of them are too immature to think about certain factors that may have lifelong effects. The risk of plastic surgery is too big for teenagers who have just stepped into their life.
In conclusion, it is not worth the risk for a teen to have plastic surgery at an early age just to improve their appearance. They have to consider the potential lifelong consequences if the surgery goes wrong.