30 Jan '11, 1am
More teens wanting a 'head start' are undergoing plastic surgery Is this a sign of a changing mindset among the young?
Sisters Charisse (right) and Christelle (left), who both underwent double-eyelid surgery when they were 18 and 14 years old respectively. -- ST PHOTO: NURIA LING PLASTIC surgery is no longer just for those who have lost the bloom of youth. More young people here are going under the knife, many saying that they want to get a 'head start' in the beauty department. A Straits Times report on Jan 19 said prominent plastic surgeon Martin Huang was being sued after his clinic took pictures of a 17-year-old patient without her underwear on. Read the full story in The Sunday Times.