Body modification itself can be highly debatable. Some people like it, some don't. Some mod for religious reasons, some mod for personal.
No, I do not think the Dr.'s performing body mods should be questioned providing the customer is sober and of legal age of majority
.I am happy that people are seeing medical professionals
to have their mods done. Too many people try to do these on their own, which is of course very very dangerous
. Even certain piercings, such as the top of the ear (in the cartilage) when not done right can have serious damage. (such as deafness in this piercing)
Personally, I have my ears pierced (at one point 7 in one ear, 5 in the other... down to 2 in one, 1 in the other), tongue and one other piercing which I cannot say in public
I'm more of a tattoo person and aside from the ears, my piercings were done for functional reasons. (people mod for functional, cosemetic or religious reasons, etc)
I saw a professional piercer for the non-ear piercings
I would have it no other way.
Everyone has their own opinion as far as beauty goes....yes, some of the mods are gross and beg the question of why.... but I have respect for those who get their mods done professionally.
Bottom line towards the initial question: As long as the Dr. is NOT doing them on intoxicated or underage persons, I have no issue with them.