The Face of Cosmetic Surgery Slang [Infographic]

Susan Anderson

by Susan Anderson | January 31, 2013 @ 01:00PM

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Slang terminology has been a part of American language for many years (some speculate since the 1700s). Deriving from regional euphemisms or subculture references, slang terms come and go over time and recently in the field of cosmetic surgery. In the following infograph, we explore the meaning of the terms elevens, bags, crow's feet, turkey neck, nose job, parentheses and trout pout and how to correct each. Enjoy! 

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