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  • Usually Jenny McCarthy’s assets are on display, leaving little room to focus on her flawless face. But a recent appearance at the AMA’s revealed that Jenny may have had a nose job in the past.

    39-year old Jenny McCarthy found fame after breast augmentation and apparently after a nose job as well, leaving her with a very cute and perky nasal tip. The Botox-loving autism activist (See Make Me Heal’s story on Jenny McCarthy’s Botox)appears to need a little hit from a filler like Radiesse or Juvederm to help fill in the slight dent on the side of her nose.

    Miami plastic surgeon Dr. Michael Salzhauer says, “It appears that Jenny McCarthy may have had a nose job or Rhinoplasty as revealed by her very defined nose and tip.  Her nose almost seems a bit pinched which does not create the most natural looking result.  This can be improved by a revisionary or secondary Rhinoplasty procedure.”

    Dr. David Shafer, celebrity plastic surgeon in New York City says, ”Any mild asymmetry of the nose can usually be easily fixed with a quick injection of Juvederm or Radiesse.”

    Jenny looks as lovely as ever and will look even more her perfectly perky self once her nose gets corrected.

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    1 Comment so far

    1. Cosmetic Surgeon on December 2, 2011 1:20 am

      Oh yes, that’s a nose job there all right. Have seen enough celebs with that “pinched” nose. It becomes the center of attraction on a person’s face. And yes, the good doctor Salzhauer is right. The lady may well be in for a few more visits to her cosmetic surgeon to fine-tune the appearance.

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