We all know how much the 'selfie' craze has gripped the world since smartphones became prevalent.
Must have accessories include selfie-sticks, selfie hats and now it seems perfect teeth are on the list as well!
Dentists are reporting a huge increase in the number of patients who take selfies seeking treatment for what they wrongly believe are "horsey" teeth. Britain's rising obsession with the selfie - a photograph taken by the user, normally on a mobile phone - is leading to a proliferation of "dental dysmorphia", warn experts. Surgeons say they are seeing a large hike in people wanting a reduction in the natural dominance of their front two teeth, not realising that their phone is actually creating a distorted photo.