Plastic surgery has become the latest frontier for the world’s third-largest economy and the world economy as a whole.
It’s also one of the hottest.
Plastic surgery, in which surgeons use the body’s natural beauty to create an image, has become one of a handful of cosmetic surgery areas where the cost of the procedures is skyrocketing.
But it’s still relatively affordable for some Filipinos.
Here’s a look at some of the places where you can find cheap plastic surgery: The most popular plastic surgery surgeries, according to a 2016 study by the American Society of Plastic Surgeons, include a full-face makeover, breast augmentation, chin implant and liposuction.
For some Filipinas, the surgeries are considered too risky for them to perform at home, said Janette Diaz, director of the Plastic Surgery Program at the Center for Plastic Surgery and Reconstructive Surgery at the University of California, Los Angeles.
“There’s still stigma around surgery, even though most Filipinos have seen it for themselves,” she said.
But some Filipina plastic surgeons are taking a more pragmatic approach to the surgeries they perform.
“They are willing to share their expertise, and we have a good amount of experience and know how to do it well,” said Dr. Rafael Carillo, a plastic surgeon at the Dr. Marco de los Santos Medical Center in Manila.
The Philippines has a population of about 1.2 billion, and the population is projected to grow to 1.6 billion by 2035.
For most Filipinas the average cost of plastic surgery is about $400, but some plastic surgeons in the country can charge as much as $800.
That’s not including fees, anesthesia and other medical expenses, such as inpatient surgery.
Plastic surgeons in Manila are also allowed to do bilateral breast augments and lipo-surgery, for which prices range from $15,000 to $30,000.
There are several other plastic surgery options, such a cheek-lift or eyelid surgery.
“I don’t think people realize how cheap they can get these things,” said Diaz.
While most Filipinans will not undergo surgery to have a full face makeover and lipectomy, some people are trying to save money.
“When I’m on the street, there’s a lot of people who come to me to get their face done, but I always ask them not to do that, because I think it’s not really cosmetic,” said a 23-year-old woman who gave her name only as Yolanda.
Yolandra, a Filipina who asked that her last name not be used, said she and her husband were going to have the procedure when they moved to the Philippines from Brazil about a year ago.
After the surgery, Yolcca said she spent the next six months thinking about what would happen to her face.
“It was the most difficult thing I’ve ever had to do,” she told the New York Times.
The plastic surgery procedure can be painful.
Yolka’s face had already been scarred, but her eyelid was already inflamed.
“After the surgery it was worse,” she recalled.
The procedure took six to nine hours.
YOLANA’s face and eyelid were inflamed after her face and lips were removed.
But she said that she didn’t feel any discomfort.
“In my head I’m like, I don’t need this.
I’m already so beautiful,” Yolana said.
“The most painful part is that I was crying and thinking, I didn’t want this.
What if it’s too late?”
For Yolora, who was in her late 20s at the time of the procedure, it was an emotional roller coaster ride.
“For me, it’s like I’m a new person.
I was in the hospital for two days, and I couldn’t sleep at night,” she explained.
“That was the hardest thing, to cry, to feel like you lost someone.”
“The surgery took six or nine hours,” said Yolkas face.
Yollanda said that while the plastic surgery was painful, it did not affect her job.
“Now that I’m an independent person, I work from home and I have no one to talk to,” she added.
Another Filipina, whose face was done by an overseas surgeon, said that the procedure cost him about $10,000, and he thought that the surgery would cost about $30 or $40, but the cost has since increased.
“Even though I’m very happy with the surgery and the price, I think that it would be better if I had gone through the procedure myself,” said the patient, who asked not to be named because of the ongoing investigation into his surgery.
The most expensive plastic surgery in Manila?
According to the American society of plastic surgeons, a full nose and mouth, liposotomy,