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  • When Academy and Emmy Award-winning actress Sally Field admitted recently to considering plastic surgery, this caught Make Me Heal‘s attention as a bit of an understatement as it seems that she had a bit of work done already.

    Sally Field, Facelift, Neck Lift

    The legendary 61-year old actress and current star of the TV show “Brothers and Sisters” said that she thinks that her peers who have gone under the knife turned out great and she wants to keep up with them with a bit of cosmetic surgery. But Make Me Heal thinks that Sally Field may be underplaying her own plastic surgery past, as she appears to have already gone under the knife at least one or more times.

    For Sally’s age, her neck line is remarkably youthful without the typical sagging skin and turkey neck that forms by this age. Additionally, Sally Field’s jawline is quite tight and has no excess droopy skin or loose muscles around the jaw. Furthermore, Sally’s eyes look unusually refreshed and open, and while there are some crow’s feet and some bags under the eyes, her top eyelid is not hanging over and neither lid is particularly heavy from any skin sagging. As a result, it is quite possible that Sally Field had some plastic surgery procedures done gradually throughout the years, including a facelift and a necklift, as well as maybe a blepharoplasty (eyelid surgery). It is also likely that Sally’s youthful skin complexion has been aided by laser skin treatments such as laser skin resurfacing, Fraxel, or Thermage and dermal injections like Botox, Restylane, and Juvderm. Overall, the results are natural and attractive and Sally Field does not have the “Overdone” Hollywood look.

    Sally says she is not happy with her changing appearance as she ages and feels that her actor’s ego is unduly affected by competition as she competes for roles.

    Whether or not she has already undergone plastic surgery or has yet to go under the knife, Make Me Heal is excited to see an actress of her talents back both on the small screen as well as the big screen in Steven Spielberg’s next directorial film “Lincoln” that is currently shooting.

    Read the complete plastic surgery profile of Sally Field at Plasticopedia, the largest online celebrity plastic surgery encyclopedia.


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    6 Comments so far

    1. KJSacramento on January 2, 2009 10:07 am

      I think it is sad that people think everyone who looks good must have had some procedure to get that way. Sounds like sour grapes. I am turning 57 this year and have no more wrinkles or sags than Sally Fields and haven’t had any procedures to fix them – I think my neck looks even better. I had more wrinkles when I was 35 than now because I have put a lot of time into researching and maintaining skin care and stress, especially by watching what foods I put in my body, what ingredients are in the products I use on it, maintaining a regime and by not following the horrid recommendations for how to massage your face outward. I’ve worked hard on it and one of my friends, who pooh-poohed my suggestions and is now getting all the traits you suggest we SHOULD have at our age, now says I must have had work done when it is mere envy and not truth – she KNOWS better being with me every week – not my friend any more. I can’t rule out the role of my heritage either, as my mother looked much younger than all of her friends always – she never had a procedure in her life – she was a Christian Scientist and refused to go to doctors. Stop stomping others for their good looks. Maybe a little grace and joy will reduce your chances of sags.

    2. Busser on June 3, 2009 5:07 pm

      I think she’s had some work done. She’s cute and perky–but I think she’s been vastly overrated as an actress–I think overemoting is what she does more of–because of the ironic nostalgia and pop-culture rememberances of her portrayals in Gidget, The Flying Nun, especially Sybil, Norma Rae, and Steel Magnolias.

    3. Andy DeCarmen on July 26, 2009 8:07 am

      Sally has had tons of plastic surgery. I went to school with her plastic surgeon.

    4. Anon on November 11, 2009 2:40 am

      What’s up with people these days? who cares should we really worry about If she can act? Not if she has had plastic surgery! what is up with people these days?

    5. cathy on December 2, 2009 6:12 am

      who is her plastic surgeon that you went to school with? hei is great!

    6. Karen on January 17, 2010 5:57 pm

      I don’t know why people can’t believe that Sally can look this great at her age. I am 58 and most people think I’m in my mid 40′s and I’ve never had anything done. I just try to eat right and take care of myself. I don’t smoke and I drink very little alcohol.

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