National Survey Finds Parents Would Turn To Plastic Surgery
Seattle, WA (WIBX) - Bullying is becoming a larger problem in the United States. And it appears as though more parents are doing what they can to shield their children from it.
In a poll conducted by RealSelf, a community devoted to discussing medical beauty issues, 650 people responded when asked if they would support plastic surgery for their teens if it meant putting an end to bullying and harassment. Specifically mentioned were ear-pinning and nose jobs.
Sixty-eight percent said that they would support changing their child's appearance through plastic surgery. Other respondents indicated that they were completely opposed to adolescent surgery.