Home Improvement hasn’t been on the air in over a decade, but a recent reunion showed that while the kids are all grown up, some cast changes may be due to plastic surgery.
Head of the fictional Home Improvement household, 58-year old Tim Allen is back on primetime with a new show and a new television family. Since taking time off from television, he’s appeared in several films, but doesn’t appear to have had plastic surgery to keep in camera-ready shape.
“The boys” played by 30-year old Zachary Ty Bryan, 30-year old Jonathan Taylor Thomas and 27-year old Taran Noah Smith have all changed drastically, but there physical changes can likely be attributed to growing up and filling out, rather than plastic surgery.
60-year old Patricia Richardson, the mom to both Tim and the boys, is the only one who may have dabbled in plastic surgery, using minor non-invasive techniques rather than procedures requiring a whole lot of plastic surgery recovery time to remain smooth-faced. In addition to changing up her makeup routine, Patricia may also have had Botox injections and some fillers like Restylane and Juvederm in her deeper wrinkles to get a youthful, but still natural, look.
Miami plastic surgeon Dr. Michael Salzhauer says, “Patricia Richardson does not appear to have had any major cosmetic surgery, but rather some enhancement procedures such as Botox and dermal fillers to decrease and smooth out facial lines. She looks good and not overdone.”
Times have changed since the Tool Man ruled the airwaves, but the cast of Home Improvement still looks good, with or without plastic surgery.
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