You wouldn't think we would deal with this in the ER - cosmetic surgery - but I have.
I once had someone who had an infected buttock after getting a butt implant. Yes apparently this persons butt wasn't big and round enough and they wanted an implant.
Apparently a silicone piece of stuff is placed in there and hopefully it stays where its supposed to.
Once I had someone with a tummy tuck problem. Another infection. In this one, fat and skin are removed that have stretched out. What woman, after having given birth, wouldn't want a firmer stomach? The thing is most of us aren't willing to go undergo major surgery with anesthesia to do it.
Last but certainly not least, a hair transplant. It turns out this guy, who came in for another problem, mentioned he was also having trouble with his recent "Barclay". "Barclay" I asked, what is that? Apparently that is the name of the company that did it. The guy proceeded to take off his hat. He had a ring of gray hair, and below that some straight, string brown hair. Hmmmm.....I didn't see any signs of infection and instructed him to put the hat back on...