More young people unhappy with looks; considering plastic surgery

SCOTTSDALE, Ariz. – Kelsy Catalo, 20, heard every kind of insult directed to her and her nose when she was in grade school.

“I got teased a lot,” she said. “I thought that my nose looked like a witch’s nose, and everyone called me big-beak. It really did hurt my self-esteem to the point that whenever I met someone I thought they were looking at my nose and judging me.”