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  • Plastic surgery is no stranger to the land of beauty queens and the newly crowned Miss Wisconsin Laura Kaeppeler, named the Miss America 2012 winner during the Miss USA Beauty Pageant held in the Planet Hollywood Resort & Casino venue, Las Vegas, Nevada on Saturday night, 14 January 2012, may be no exception.

    23-year-old Miss Wisconsin Laura Kaeppeler has an outstanding figure and a great voice, but Makemeheal.com wonders if she comes by her sweet face naturally or with the help of a little plastic surgery.

    Many beauty queens are crowned after breast augmentation, but Laura Kaeppeler looks to come by her assets naturally. However, she may have had a nose job to define her nose. She may also use some fillers such as Restylane and Juvederm in her lips and cheeks and a little Botox in her forehead to keep it nice and smooth.

    Miami plastic surgeon Dr. Michael Salzhauer says, “The new Miss America, Laura Kaeppeler appears to have had a nose job or Rhinoplasty and probably some dermal fillers to her cheeks and Botox to her forehead.  Her look is very refined, but not overdone.”

    Laura looks great and is sure to have a great future ahead of her, as she is a healthy mix of brains and beauty.

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

     

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    1. Dr. Jeffrey Spiegel on January 30, 2012 10:31 am

      Nowadays my Botox and Filler patients are getting younger and younger. There is a misconception that you have to be “old” to start using injectables however these products have been proven to prevent future aging from occurring.

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