More women are chipping away at their feet — a shortened toe here, a completely amputated pinky there — so they can prance around in spindly heels with ease.
Foot surgery is nothing new; we've written about it before. But according to Dr. Nathan Lucas, a podiatrist who is apparently the Auguste Rodin of cosmetic foot surgery, it's going mainstream. He told Fox News that more and more women are looking into surgical options (another fun one involves simply injecting collagen into the balls of the feet "for added cushion," wheee!); he saw as many as 30 patients a month in the last year.