Chin Augmentations on the Rise in U.S.

Driving a car, taking a photo, even standing at the altar on her wedding day made Cary Houghton Anderson worry about something most people don't consider: her chin. When Anderson was a teenager, doctors told the now 33-year-old mom of two that she had a recessive chin, which can cause a "weak-looking" lower third of the face. Ever since then, Anderson has been overly aware of her facial profile, and at times, she said, "looking at myself from the side made my stomach turn." "I never...Full Story
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