Selfies are leading to a negative impact on younger people's body image.
The American Academy of Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery releasing a survey that finds most plastic surgeons have seen a 20-percent increase in business from teens and young adults.
Bal Harbour Plastic Surgeon Dr. Michael Salzhauer says social media and just, plain, bad pictures are to blame.
"The more you see yourself in pictures, and the more you see yourself from different angles," he continues, "the more realistic a picture of your own self-image becomes and the more imperfections you see."
Salzhauer says he turns away about 20-percent of consultations because they over-analyze their body.
"They try to show me a flaw that's so imperceptible, so minor, you know, it's more in their mind than in reality," he says, "In those case, we turn them away."
He recommends people who are considering plastic surgery to ask their close friends and family before heading out to a consultation.
And if they do so, to make sure their doctor is a board certified surgeon.
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