Since the pandemic began, many people have been sent home to work and now spend a significant portion of their day staring at their own faces, whether on a video call or in the mirror. For some, this provides ample opportunity to zero in on perceived flaws or to begin considering undergoing a cosmetic surgery procedure.

“We’re all guilty, including me,” says Dr. Stacy Chimento, a board-certified dermatologist with Riverchase Dermatology in Miami. “I didn’t realize I had a ‘turkey neck’ until I started telehealth appointments during COVID,” she jokes.

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