Surgeons are stereotyped as arrogant. However, I dream of becoming a surgeon in the future and I will break that mold. Becoming a surgeon would be a dream come true for me; going to work would never be a chore. Instead heading of to work would become a gift and blessing; knowing I would be going off to change a person’s life. Residency is where I would go to reach the goal of becoming a plastic surgeon. After Medical School, I would go through my three years as a general surgeon during residency. After that I would go to specialize in for 3 years. These are the goals I will accomplish to better this world.
People often think of plastics as girls getting breast implants, face lifts because they are insecure, or getting Botox injections and becoming fake looking. However that is only part of it. As a plastic surgeon I would be doing more than those procedures. I would be giving the cleft-lipped girl smile to the world that once shunned her. Or help the solider with a scar, so the world can thank him and not judge for appearances. I want to become a plastic surgeon so I can change the world, but not in one big life changing moment to whole cities. Instead I would change the world by helping all the people that think they are less of a human being because they do not look like everyone else, changing the way we see others.