From the age of 13 to 19, children begin to notice things about their bodies they do not like. During those years, teens become acutely aware and worried about what their peers think about them. As a parent, it is puzzling to see kids make the transition from confident and fearless children to reticent and insecure teens.
All of a sudden, your teen hates the way their body looks or begins to criticize the shape of their nose. With images of the idealized body and facial features on the internet driving this form of insecurity, more and more teens are turning to cosmetic procedures. Should you let your child get a nose job?