Plastic pumpkins are a popular cosmetic, but their origins go back to the 19th century, when doctors first saw the healing properties of the hard plastic.

Nowadays, they are widely used in cosmetic surgery.

One of the main reasons why plastic surgery is now so popular is because it’s cheap.

But what about the health consequences?

Plastic surgery is one of the most common cosmetic procedures in Australia.

About 90 per cent of cosmetic surgeries performed in Australia are cosmetic, and around a third of cosmetic surgeons have plastic surgery experience.

The majority of cosmetic surgery patients are young, white and female, and women account for 60 per cent to 70 per cent.

What do the results of cosmetic plastic surgery have to do with your health?

Plastic surgeries are very common, and cosmetic plastic surgeons are trained in a variety of techniques, including plastic surgery.

But there are some health concerns, such as plastic surgery and infection, that affect plastic surgery patients.

Plastic surgery may not be safe for you if you have a history of infections or a history for other medical conditions.

If you have any concerns about your health, you should talk to your doctor or pharmacist before you undergo plastic surgery to make sure it’s safe.

When you go for plastic surgery, what are the benefits and risks?

Plastic surgeons are experts in their field, so it’s important to make an informed decision.

They will do an assessment of your risk factors and discuss the possible risks and benefits of the procedure with you.

It’s important that you discuss your risks and potential benefits with your doctor before you have surgery.

You can check with your surgeon to find out more about their procedures.

What are the risks of plastic surgery?

The most common risks of cosmetic procedures are infection, which can cause infection and bleeding, and swelling of the mouth and throat, which is associated with pain and difficulty swallowing.

In some cases, swelling of your mouth can also occur after surgery.

Another risk is that some plastic surgeons may remove skin, causing pain.

Some plastic surgeons also inject plastic surgery materials into your body to help the process of filling in the gap between your teeth.

Other complications can occur, such the following: swelling of blood vessels in your stomach, or in your liver, or kidney or liver damage.

You may have a lump in your throat that is hard to get rid of.