Ever since the aspiring "It" girl underwent a marathon 10-hour, $30,000+ surgery in November, both fans and critics of The Hills have been buzzing about her plastic surgery addiction. (She had her breast implants further augmented, a nose job, brow lift, chin reduction, butt augmentation, liposuction on her stomach and thighs, and more.) Sadly, such a drastic, obsessive pattern is often symbolic of Body Dysmorphic Syndrome, says Pedro Cazabon, MD, chairman of general internal medicine at Ochsner Health Center in New Orleans. Body Dysmorphic Syndrome is a condition in which otherwise healthy people perceive their physical appearance as unattractive or unacceptable. "The end result can be disfiguring," he explains.