Cosmetic surgeons are reporting a increase in patients having procedures to look like their Snapchat . Surgeons called this worrying new "Snapchat dysmorphia". There is a disorder called body dysmorphic - where the sufferer is obsessed with the idea that part of their body is flawed and in need of big to fix it. The surgeons wrote about the in a journal. Most plastic surgeons reported an increase in the of patients wanting to change their to look like they do after using Snapchat filters.
Social media apps have to let people make of their face look "cuter". Doctors say this is making younger people, especially girls and women, obsessed with the "perfect" face. Doctors say of the requests are impossible to do . They wrote: "This is an alarming trend because those filtered selfies present an unattainable look and are blurring the of reality and for these patients." They added this badly affects self-esteem. The most surgery people want include noses, wider eyes and fuller lips.