Surgical voyeurism has reached new heights in the decade since “Nip/Tuck,” the scripted FX show about plastic surgery, became a hit. Increasingly, doctors are filming procedures and posting them to YouTube and Snapchat.
At what point would you be concerned that a teen might have something like body dysmorphic disorder (BDD) and refer them to a therapist or psychiatrist?
Millennials are self-expressive, confident, open to change and are estimated to become the most educated generation in American history. But these attributes don’t just apply to their access to Google search and their willingness to roll with the latest Instagram update.
If some men look a little facially frozen in their wedding photos, it’s now perhaps because of the Botox.
Board certified plastic surgeons often take part in offering data to these respected organizations in order to assist with these informational studies. When it comes to the demographics of patients, the results can often be enlightening.