Mary Tyler Moore has long been at the center of plastic surgery rumors. At a recent public appearance, Mary’s swollen face once again stirred the pot as fans speculated what could cause her full cheeks.
74-year-old Mary Tyler Moore attended the opening night of Broadway show Follies at the Marquis Theatre with a swollen, shiny face, which furthered rumors that she has had plastic surgery.
Mary has never publicly admitted to having had plastic surgery, although she is believed to have had several facelifts, a nose job and a lip augmentation. These theories are furthered by her wrinkly neck but smooth face.
Her fuller cheeks could be the result of wrongly placed fillers like Sculptra, although the Daily Mail reports a source as saying, ” Mary’s face looked so odd was because she had suffered a nasty fall after tripping over her Golden Retriever dog.”
Dr. David Shafer, celebrity plastic surgeon in New York City says, ” The recent pictures of Mary Tyler Moore appear to show abnormal fullness in the cheeks. This can occur when too much filler or the wrong filler is injected under the skin. Fillers are great products when used properly.”
The unevenness of Mary’s face could also be the result of some kind of allergic reaction rather than plastic surgery recovery. The actress has diabetes and also underwent brain surgery earlier this year.
Miami plastic surgeon Dr. Michael Salzhauer says, “The left side of Mary Tyler Moore’s face is certainly swollen. I do not believe it is from plastic surgery since both sides should presumably be swollen, but rather probably a reaction to an injury or adverse reaction of some sort.”
Mary is being honored with Screen Actors Guild’s Life Achievement Award.
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