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  • Photos just obtained of George Clooney sporting a fresh scar across his stomach has prompted insiders to wonder if the Ocean’s 13 star has gotten plastic surgery and specifically if it was a tummy tuck or liposuction. Could the 46-year old “Sexiest Man Alive” title holder be trying to keep his good looks with a little help from the knife?

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    George Clooney, Tummy Tuck, Liposuction

    Seen shirtless on his yacht in Italy in a pair of shorts, photos of 46-year old Clooney reveal what appears to be a 6 to 7 inch horizontal scar right above his belly button. While gossip rags are claiming the scar is the result of a tummy tuck or liposuction, an examination of the photos by Make Me Heal and consulting plastic surgeons reveals that no cosmetic surgery has been undertaken by Clooney and that these rumors are completely unfounded. Liposuction scars are minimal, as the incisions are very small and lead to minimal scarring. As for the tummy tuck claim, the placement of Clooney’s scar being above the belly button dismisses this possibility because tummy tuck incisions are made on the very lowest part of the abdomen and lead to scarring that is right above one’s underwear/bikini line. As a result, it is not reasonable that a plastic surgeon would perform a tummy tuck where the scar line would be visible when a person is wearing a pair of shorts. Dr. Lucy Glancey also dismissed the tummy tuck rumors, saying “Anything like a tummy tuck would usually be lower down.”

    Being that the photo is not taken close, it is also possible that the seeming scar is actually a skin fold in Clooney’s stomach. This theory is being supported by Dr. Glancey, who said “It’s possibly the result of a hernia scar or it could be a skin crease.”

    Publicist Stan Rosenfield has denied that Clooney has a scar or had any cosmetic surgery, saying the horizontal line is a skin crease caused by the star’s weight loss since his last film. “It’s probably just from putting on the weight he lost from filming during his last movie,” says Rosenfield.

    Other insiders have suggested that the scar may be connected to a scar that Clooney has from an accident during filming of “Syriana” a few years ago. Due to the accident, Clooney has a scar running from the base of his spine up to his neck. “There’s a lot of spinal surgery that’s done from the front. It’s a bit higher than I’d expect for a spine scar but it is possible,” says surgeon John Getty from the Northern General Hospital in Sheffield about the possibility that the tummy scar is associated with the surgery Clooney had on his back and neck. Clooney is no stranger to plastic surgery rumors, though. Back in February of this year, Clooney said in a television interview with Julia Roberts that he had his eyes done to get rid of the “tired” look. “I had my eyes done. Can you tell? I think it’s important to look awake,” said Clooney in the interview. Due to the star’s history of playing jokes with the media, this confession was not taken with complete seriousness. But when the star appeared at Cannes two months ago, it seemed that George Clooney’s statement may be true after all (Read the full article on George Clooney’s Plastic Surgery Rumors).

    New photos of Clooney reveal remarkable results, as the star no longer has the under-eye bags and his eyes are more open. The results look natural and Clooney has avoided the “surprised” look that can happen in a bad blepharoplasty (eye lift). Clooney looks the same, only better. Clooney appears to have a had a full blepharoplasty on both his upper and lower eyelids and had excess skin and fat pockets removed. Additionally, Clooney’s crows feet (the lines that emanate from the corner of his eyes) appear softer and less pronounced, a likely result of the eyelid surgery and possible Botox or Restylane injections.

    Before photos of Clooney show droopy lids and skin that hung over his eyes and caused them to look smaller and squinty. Also, it is likely that loss of eye muscle strength and the thinning of eye skin (due to loss of collagen in the dermis) in the undereye region has caused pockets of fat to bulge out and appear below his eye. But now, these signs of aging have been reversed and are no longer apparent on Clooney’s eye area.

    Read the complete celebrity plastic surgery profile on George Clooney on Plasticopedia, the celebrity plastic surgery encyclopedia.

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