A recent report has scratched the surface of cosmetic surgeries to look deeper into some of the compelling reasons behind such procedures.
The report suggests that people who get their nose jobs done could be suffering from some form of mental illness. They could be victims of a condition called as body dysmorphic disorder, a mental condition in which one is unduly worried about minor or perceived bodily defects.
It is quite a serious condition where victims have a history of cosmetic surgeries, suicidal thoughts and suicide attempts.
The American Society of Plastic Surgeons have issued a warning that cosmetic surgery should not be conducted on patients who show "excessive concern" about their appearance.