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Facetime Facelift': Cosmetic Surgeon Makes People Look More Attractive on Video Chat


"What they say is 'I don't like the way I look when I'm video chatting.'"

With technology such as Skype, Apple's FaceTime, Facebook's video calling and even G-chat with a video option, people may be becoming more and more self-conscious about how they look while staring into their computers' 3mm in diameter built-in camera.

Some are so interested in improving their looks for video chat that they've turned to plastic surgery. In the following videos Dr. Robert Sigal, a plastic surgeon at the Austin Westin Center for Cosmetic Surgery Reston, Virginia, describes the needs of patients seeking to alter their physical appearance to look better on computer cameras:

[H/T Gizmodo]

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