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  • Karen Mulder was one of the top models of the 90s, posing alongside Tyra Banks and Helena Christensen and earning her super model status. But somewhere along the line Karen stumbled on her path and took too many trips to the plastic surgeon, rather than the mental healthcare professional she should have been visiting for less money.

    Karen Mulder, Plastic Surgery

    Reports place Karen at anywhere from 39-41 years old. Since the 1990’s she has been in and out of hospitals, undergoing numerous plastic surgeries, which Make Me Heal thinks includes a possible rhinoplasty, brow lift, facelift and cheek implants. She has likely also undergone a breast augmentation as well. While Karen was likely going for a young, smooth look, the results seem to be overly plasticized.

    Karen Mulder, Plastic Surgery

    Manhattan plastic surgeon Dr. David Shafer says, “It is my understanding that it was not a true plastic surgeon who treated Karen Mulder. Rather, it was an “aesthetic specialist,” which could be just about anyone. It is hard to tell what she would want “reversed.” It could be anything from Botox to breast implants to labiaplasty – no one knows.”

    According to Paul S. Nassif, a Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgeon and Rhinoplasty Specialist in Beverly Hills, California “Sadly supermodel Karen Mulder now has an unnatural look after what looks like a brow lift, facelift, and possible cheek implants. The corners of her lip appear to be pulled wider and there is dimpling, which is suggestive of a facelift “being pulled in a lateral direction”, likely caused from a facelift being a tad too tight. It’s possible cheek implants were placed which is often done to achieve a more youthful look, but unfortunately in Karen, her surgery was a bit too aggressive losing a natural look.”

    Along with spending time in the hospital for cosmetic work, Karen has also been treated for depression and anorexia and was hospitalized in 2002 after a possible suicide attempt. Since the birth of her daughter in 2006, Karen has also returned to the catwalk, appearing in a show for high fashion house Dior.

    But Karen’s latest claim to fame is somewhat less auspicious, as she reportedly made threatening phone calls to her plastic surgeon, who had reportedly refused to reverse an operation.

    A detective said: “She was screaming and shouting about the operation and became extremely threatening.”

    “There were repeated calls to the female surgeon who was extremely scared. The suspect is being interviewed.”

    Plastic surgeon Dr. Sherrrell J. Aston offers practical advice for the disturbed beauty. “Ex-Supermodel Karen Mulder was recently arrested for threatening her plastic surgeon. Her most recent behavior isn’t a surprise to most who know her personally as she had been unstable for many years. A short time ago she had attempted suicide and had been committed to mental institution. I would advise against any further surgery for her or anyone who is mentally unstable.”

    Make Me Heal wishes Karen Mulder better mental health in the future and thinks that plastic surgeons may want to stay away from this special case.

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

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    Comments

    3 Comments so far

    1. Doctors Suck on July 19, 2009 5:54 am

      Here’s my advice:

      Stay away from a plastic surgeon that’s so desperate for publicity that he/she offers analysis based on crappy photos for trashy blogs.

      I would definitely avoid one that makes judgments beyond his field of expertise based on tabloid rumors.

      Professionals wouldn’t do this. I wouldn’t let these people cut my toe nails.

    2. Spore Medical on July 23, 2009 8:57 am

      I’ve seen Dr. Nassif perform surgery and this is his expertise. Should we not trust army intel whom look at crappy sat photos to spot targets. Experts can tell no matter the quality.

    3. plastic surgery news on July 23, 2009 1:44 pm

      This is a case where there is no winner. Maybe psychological evaluation is needed for potential patients that do have a history of mental instibility.

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