Wednesday, February 23, 2011

Experts in plastic surgery in New York say different ethnic groups and immigrants have priorities when it comes to going under the knife

It appears the Irish come to have their ears pinned back. Victoria Pitt-Taylor, a professor of sociology at Queens College, has written about popular attitudes towards plastic surgery. She described how European Jews have nose jobs to appear more American. Dominican women tend to get their buttocks lifted. The Chinese get their noses flipped down, Russian women have their breasts enlarged while Koreans have their jaw lines slimmed. Dr. Kaveh Alizadeh, president of Long Island Plastic Surgical Group, said, "When a patient comes in from a certain ethnic background and of a certain age, we know what they're going to be looking for. We are sort of amateur sociologists."


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