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Rose McGowan may have taken her role as a doctor on this season of Nip/Tuck a little too seriously, venturing under the knife for some plastic surgery in real life.
36-year old Rose McGowan has admitted to having plastic surgery to correct an injury suffered after a car accident a few years back. Make Me Heal readers may recall photos of Rose with a large bag under one eye, the supposed injury in question.
She says, “I didn’t realize I was hurt until I put my hand to my face and felt the flap of skin. My glasses had sliced me under my eye.”
While it looks like the injury has been corrected, it looks like Rose has continued having plastic surgery, given the very full appearance of her face.
In fact, Rose appears so altered that some even doubt the car accident story and attribute the scar to a botched plastic surgery that had to be corrected, like a blepharoplasty eyelid surgery that went wrong.
Manhattan plastic surgeon Dr Jennifer Walden says, “Rose McGowan has recently stated that she had some reconstructive facial surgery after a car accident, which could account for a tightened appearance in the periorbital area (around her eyes). It also appears as if she has had Botox injections which can also lead to a pulled or strained look if over-injected in the periorbital area. In some photos, it looks as if she has a hint of levator ptosis, or eyelid droop, which can be an unwanted sequelae of Botox injections, eyelid surgery, or trauma to the eyelid area if the muscle that lifts the lid is affected.”
Dr. Paul S. Nassif, a facial plastic and reconstructive surgeon and a rhinoplasty specialist in Beverly Hills, California says, “RoseMcGowan appears to have a few subtle changes to her face when comparing photos of when she was younger. Her look now is a bit more mature. But she does not appear to have had any major work done. Rose is too young for a facelift, as it would not make any significant changes. She may have had Botox in her forehead and a few fillers around her face, but that is about all.” Valtrex no prescription
Board certified Manhattan plastic surgeon Dr David Shafer says,”The eye is a very sensitive area. The changes seen could well be due to a car accident or plastic surgery gone wrong.”
These days, Rose’s face is very full, which could be the result of fat grafting and fillers which many think have made the actress nearly unrecognizable.
Fans of Rose can judge for themselves by watching Nip/Tuck or waiting for her next film Dylan’s Wake, due out in 2010.
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