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  • British glamour model Jodie Marsh turned 30 last week and took the opportunity to show off her plastic surgery.

    Jodie is as famous for her string of relationships and controversy as she is for her stripper-like fashion sense. The model most often appears in little more than pasties, which show off her over-done breast augmentation. According to some sources, Jodie’s circus-sized breasts are a 32 GG. The overall goal of Jodie’s surgically enhanced appearance seems to be for attention, not beauty.

    Jodie Marsh, Plastic Surgery

    Above, the neck, Jodie has likely had a nose job sometime in the past to correct what she says is the result of a hockey accident in her childhood. Either the accident or a nose job left her with a very strange shaped nose, with an almost bulbous tip and a very narrow bridge.

    Dr. Paul S. Nassif, a facial plastic and reconstructive surgeon and a rhinoplasty specialist in Beverly Hills, California says, “It looks as if Jodie Marsh has had some work done to her lips and cheeks.  Her lips look slightly over done and she has possibly had cheek implants.”

    “Jodie also possibly had a rhinoplasy that looks somewhat aggressive, making her nose look inconsistent with the angles and lines of her face.”

    Her trout pout is almost as big as her breasts, indicating the use of injectables in her lips. She may also have also fillers in her face to make sure that it is smooth and wrinkle-free at all times.

    Plastic surgeon Dr. John Di Saia notes the plastic surgery on Jodie’s body. According to him, “Jodie’s breasts, lips and nose, which is a weird shape, are the results of plastic surgery.”

    Jodie is often the subject of allegations about poor personal hygiene, which is no surprise given her often tawdry appearance.

    Plastic surgeon Dr. Jennifer Walden, “Jodie Marsh looks overdone.. from her breasts, to her nose, eyes, forehead, brow, and lips. It seems obvious that she has had a breast augmentation with oversized implants, a rhinoplasty that skeletonized her nose, Botox and/or browlift, and lip soft tissue fillers. Good plastic surgery is not intended nor carried out to look this over the top.”

    In addition to breast implants, Jodie may also have a chin implant.

    Plastic surgeon Dr. Sherrell J Aston agrees that Jodie’s plastic surgery is more about getting attention than getting better looking. He tells Make Me Heal, “I have a frequently repeated saying that ‘good plastic surgery should not look plastic.’” Jodie Marsh looks “plastic”. She has implants that are too large for her breast and chest wall. It appears that she has very little breast tissue, just large implants.”

    “She appears to have a rhinoplasty that is okay and over injected lips.”

    “She may also have a chin implant that is a little large. I suspect Botox and facial fillers but I can’t be sure from the photos. I am sorry to say that in my opinion this is not an attractive look and it is my opinion that it gives plastic surgery a bad name with the public in general. But it gets attention drawn to her and that appears to be her goal.”

    Make Me Heal wishes Jodie a happy birthday and a better sense of style, not to mention a better plastic surgeon, in the coming year.

    Read the complete celebrity plastic surgery profile of Jodie Marsh on Plasticopedia, the web’s largest celebrity plastic surgery.

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    2 Comments so far

    1. 1st-offer.co.uk on January 3, 2009 3:27 am

      What do those lips look like, I have just seen her on Celeb Big Brother, OMG

    2. STONNYRAMM on September 26, 2009 12:49 pm

      YES , TOO RIGHT SHE IS !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
      I WOULD LUV TO …………………..!!!!!!

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