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Why millennial women are seeking out plastic surgeons: 'Now it's part of my routine.'

After her fourth child, Lisa Wilkie felt open to getting a little cosmetic work done.

Feeling the toll having children had taken on her body, she made an appointment to discuss breast augmentation. After that procedure in 2017, Wilkie, 34, also began Botox, an appointment she's made every 12 weeks for about two years.

"You just want to feel good," she said. "Now it's part of my routine."

Millennials are showing up in plastic surgeons' offices for a variety of procedures. Some request surgery. But many want "prejuvenation," or what the American Academy

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