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  • The Internet was abuzz last week when tabloids reported that Sex & the City co-stars Cynthia Nixon and Kristen Davis checked in to St Luke’s Roosevelt Hospital for some double plastic surgery, a breast augmentation and varicose vein removal, respectively.Cynthia Nixon, Plastic Surgery

    Cynthia has since stated, “I was at St Luke’s Roosevelt Hospital for my three- monthly checkup. I was in the Oncology department. I guess they (the press) think that means plastic surgery.”

    “We got a call from the Post (the paper that ran the story) asking if I’d had a breast augmentation, and my publicist laughed at them and said, ‘No, of course not.’ But they printed it anyway,” adds Nixon.

    “If I was going to get a boob job, wouldn’t it make sense that I’d get it before Sex and the City (the movie)?”

    We agree. As Make Me Heal reported when the movie hit theaters, the 42-year old looks entirely untouched by cosmetic surgery.
    Kristen Davis, Plastic Surgery
    Meanwhile, there haven’t been any reports from the Kristen Davis camp whether or not the actress checked in to the same hospital to have the varicose veins in her legs removed. On his blog, plastic surgeon Dr. Anthony Youn says, “I don’t consider having varicose veins removed as a plastic surgery, but it can be construed as cosmetic by some.”

    Previously, Kristen was reported to have said she wouldn’t have cosmetic surgery. But maybe, like Dr. Youn, she doesn’t consider varicose vein removal to be plastic surgery.

    Read about Sarah Jessica Parker’s and Kim Cattrall’s plastic surgery.

    Read the plastic surgery profile of the following celebrities on Plasticopedia, the world’s largest encyclopedia

    Sarah Jessica Parker on Plasticopedia

    Kim Cattrall on Plasticopedia

    Cynthia Nixon on Plasticopedia

    Kristen Davis on Plastiopedia

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