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  • Actor Tom Cruise is approaching his 5th decade, but that hasn’t stopped him from taking off his shirt to do some stunts for the upcoming Mission Impossible 4. When spoiler pictures from the set, Makemeheal.com and other bloggers noted that while Tom is looking good for his age, it also looks like he’s had some help from plastic surgery.

    Since being a Top Gun, it appears that 48-year old Tom Cruise has had at least one nose job and more recently, anti-aging procedures rejuvenation procedures like fillers and also laser skin treatments like Fraxel or CoolTouch (See Make Me Heal’s story on Tom Cruise’s plastic surgery).

    Tom Cruise, Plastic Surgery

    On set photos of Tom without a shirt reveal that while he has an impressive physique for a man of his years, it also looks a little lumpy, like he has had liposuction. The ripples and bumps are reminiscent of Tara Reid’s notoriously botched plastic surgery (See Makemeheal.com’s story on Tara Reid’s plastic surgery mishap).

    Miami plastic surgeon Dr. Michael Salzhauer says, “Tom Cruise is flaunting a very unevenly toned abdomen.  It is very possible that he has had some liposuction to his abdomen in the past that has left him with this look.”

    Make Me Heal looks forward to seeing the film when it comes out next year, and whether or not Tom’s lumps are smoothed over in post-production.

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

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