Brooklyn Decker is only 22, but she’s already a veteran of the Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Edition. This year, Brooklyn is on the cover, but many wonder if she would be in that position without the help of plastic surgery.
Phenomenally beautiful, it’s no wonder her husband, tennis star Andy Roddick literally picked her out of the pages of the SI Swimsuit Edition. Now the married model is on the cover, showing off what may be a breast augmentation and maybe a little Botox injected into her forehead as well.
Manhattan plastic surgeon Dr Jennifer Walden says, “Brooklyn Decker can be seen on the cover of The Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Edition and it appears she may have undergone breast augmentation and possibly Botox to her forehead to make it extremely smooth. In any case she is a beauty.”
Miami plastic surgeon Dr Michael Salzhauer says,”Looks like Brooklyn Decker’s new “all natural look” is the result of a little outside help. Her breasts look slightly smaller, more proportionate to her slim figure. She probably exchanged her implants out for smaller ones. Her face also has a softer look to it, most likely the result of a Rhinoplasty. ”
On the other hand, as SI is known for airbrushing, Brooklyn’s reportedly 32C bust could be digitally altered, as could her forehead. Another possibility is that Brooklyn’s looks are all-natural.
According to Paul S. Nassif, a Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgeon and Brooklyn Decker is still very young, and her great looks are natural. She would not benefit from any work at this time.”Specialist in ., “
Now that Brooklyn has landed the cover, Makemeheal.com suspects the world will be seeing a lot more of the young model.
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