People are seeking plastic surgery to look like selfie filters, doctors say
Doctors have noticed a new trend of people requesting plastic surgery to look more like their heavily edited selfies, which are often enhanced using apps like Snapchat and Instagram. The phenomenon of people trying to transform into filtered versions of themselves has been dubbed “Snapchat dysmorphia.” TODAY’s Sheinelle Jones takes a look at the alarming trend from the Orange Room, while NBC News medical contributor Dr. Natalie Azar and NBC’s Savannah Sellers weigh in on how to talk about it with your children.
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