More than 200,000 teens had plastic surgery last year, and social media had a lot to do with it
When children younger than 18 come to see Debra Johnson, a plastic surgeon with a private practice in Sacramento, Calif., she considers many factors before accepting them as patients. She makes sure the parents are supportive, considers what kind of surgery they want, and has an honest discussion about how their bodies, and the results, will change over time. She also asks that teenagers pay for the procedure, in part.
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