Scott Bakula hasn’t been on a hit television series in a long time, so Makemeheal.com was interested to see him paired up with comedian Ray Romano and actor Andre Braugher in the new series Men of a Certain Age. With a certain age comes wrinkles and plastic surgery is the only thing that can help. So can plastic surgery help these men?
Men of a Certain Age centers around three friends from college pushing 50.
52-year old Ray Romano made a name for himself on the popular sitcom “Everybody Loves Raymond.” Now he’s got a new show and could possibly due with a new look, involving some Botox or Dysport injections and dermal fillers like Juvederm and Restylane.
Dr. Paul S. Nassif, a facial plastic and reconstructive surgeon and a rhinoplasty specialist in Beverly Hills, California, says, “Ray Romano does not appear to have had any plastic surgery. He may benefit from some Botox and fillers if he wishes to reduce the appearance of any lines but that is about all. Ray has a very natural appearance overall, and it is strictly up to him if he were to undergo any procedures or fillers.”
Board certified Manhattan plastic surgeon Dr. David Shafer says, “Ray Romano does not look like he has had plastic surgery. He, like most people, could use a touch of Botox Cosmetic to help smooth the lines around his eyes and soften his forehead. Liposuction of his neck and chin would also give him a more defined, youthful look.”
Multi-talented 55-year old Scott Bakula is best known for his roles on Quantum Leap and Enterprise, but he’s given up singing and sci-fi for his role on the new series. Like Ray, Scott seems to have gotten through his career on his natural good looks and notoriously fit body. If Scott was interested in looking a bit younger, he could use some Botox and other fillers around some of the deeper lines in his forehead.
Dr Nassif says, “Scott Bakula does not appear to have had any plastic surgery to this point. He may benefit from some Botox and fillers if he wishes to reduce the appearance of any lines but that is about all. Scott has a natural look, and should definitely go with it.”
Dr Shafer says, “Scott Bakula also does not appear to have had facial plastic surgery. He would benefit from Botox Cosmetic for his crow’s feet, glabella and forehead. He has a fairly ptotic (drooping) brow which could be elevated with Botox Cosmetic. Also, he has some flattening of his midface and moderate nasolabial folds which would be improved with injections such as Juvederm Ultra Plus or Radiesse. His glabellar “11′ lines also won’t be completely eliminated with Botox Cosmetic. He may also benefit Juvederm or fat grafting to his glabellar lines.”
47-year old Andre Braugher is the youngest of the crew, but he too is carrying some of the crevices that come with age. To take care of the lines creasing his forehead, Andre could consider some Dysport or Botox injections as well.
Dr Nassif says, “Andre Braugher does not appear to have had any plastic surgery to this point. He may benefit from some Botox and fillers if he wishes to reduce the appearance of any lines but that is about all. Andre looks very natural, and any work he may have done in the future is strictly a personal preference.”
Dr Shafer says, “Andre Braugher does not appear to have had plastic surgery. He could benefit from neck and chin Smartlipo to help tighten the skin and better define his jawline. He also has ptosis (drooping) of his midface which could be improved with injections of Juvederm Ultra Plus or Radiesse or, possibly, a midface lift. This is improve his nasolabial fold and overall appearance.”
Men of a Certain Age seems like an interesting premise for an industry obsessed with youth. Fans of the trio can watch Monday nights at 10/9c on TNT.
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