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  • For Ben Stiller, comedy is in his genes. But with Ben Stiller’s looks having improved dramatically in his recent sightings while promoting his new film Night At The Museum: Battle of the Smithsonian, Make Me Heal wonders if plastic surgery is also part of the actor’s genetic makeup.

    43-year old Ben Stiller is getting some salt with his pepper, but other than that he appears to be aging better than ever.

    Ben Stiller, Plastic Surgery

    When Ben first hit the big screen, he was really angular and awkward looking, with a large nose and protruding ears. Over the years, his hair grayed and he started getting jowls and the appearance of a haggard look, coupled by wrinkles around his eyes.  Now, he is magically rejuvenated and his face has softened up, leading Make Me Heal to wonder if he’s had plastic surgery to help him along.

    Ben Stiller’s ears no longer take over the screen, so he may have had an otoplasty procedure to pin them back. On the other hand, it also possible that he has been hiding his ears behind haircuts that better suit his unusual face.

    In addition to having less obtrusive ears, Ben also looks more refreshed and less haggled than he did earlier in his career.

    Manhattan plastic surgeon Dr. David Shafer says, “Ben definitely looks better than he did 10 years ago. In his most recent photos, his hair is covering the projection of his ears, which make it difficult to tell if he has had otoplasty. He skin looks healthier and he looks well rested.”

    Ben’s rejuvenation could be due to laser skin treatments such as Fraxel or Thermage that have smoothed out his skin as well as Botox injections and Resytlane, which have helped eliminate some of the lines that gave him such a craggy appearance in his earlier years.

    While Ben’s nose is the same size as it always was, it isn’t nearly as angular as it used to be, which is likely the result of a conservative rhinoplasty.

    Plastic surgeon Dr. Jennifer Walden says, “Considering Ben Stiller’s nose looks to have the same proportions it had 10 years ago and does not seem to have changed much in size, I think he may have had a very conservative rhinoplasty, if at all. Similarly, it’s difficult to tell if he has had an otoplasty or ear pinning because his hair covers the majority of his ears. He may have had Botox injections to maintain smooth skin.”

    On the other hand, Ben could just be aging naturally well.

    Plastic surgeon Dr. Sherrrell J. Aston says, “In my opinion it does not look like Ben Stiller has had any plastic surgery.  He looks like he has taken good care of his skin, and exercises regularly.”

    Dr. Paul S. Nassif, a Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgeon and Rhinoplasty Specialist in Beverly Hills, Calif., said, “Ben Stiller looks to be aging gracefully, without the help of plastic surgery.”

    Whatever Ben Stiller’s doing, he’s doing it right, as the results are excellent and have made him more handsome now than ever.

    After becoming popular back in 1998 in the gross-out comedy There’s Something About Mary, Ben, and has his new look, has graduated to become a successful box office star, and he is currently starring in Night at the Museum: Battle of the Smithsonian, the follow up to Night at the Museum.  Catch Ben Stiller and his plastic surgery procedures in theatres now.

    Read the complete celebrity plastic surgery profile of Ben Stiller on Plasticopedia, the web’s largest celebrity plastic surgery encyclopedia.

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