Yes, there are all sorts of surgeries out there. Do you need them? One concern that I have when faced with such a general question is whether the individual posing the question has a condition called body dysmorphic disorder. This is an unusual sensitivity to aesthetic issues that either do not actually exist or are so minor that others do not notice them. Generally the individual has trouble thinking about anything but this issue and may avoid social situations out of concern that people are talking, or making fun of the appearance. If this sounds like you, then the first step is to actually seek out counseling. Honestly know one will actually cure you of these thoughts but instead will help you gain insight into why you have the thoughts. It is interesting to me that I have a number of BDD patients who run hedge funds. I think that the attention to details that these people have that others do not notice helps them in other areas of their lives. However, one has to be careful having surgery because it is easy to have surgery but hard to effectively communicate the aesthetic concerns to potential surgeons.