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  • Spencer Pratt Rags on Hills Co-stars’ Plastic Surgery

    He may not be currently featured on the reality television show The Hills, but that hasn’t kept crystal-wearing Spencer Pratt quiet about his opinion. Despite his life-size Barbie wife, Spencer has decided to give his opinion on the plastic surgeries of his fellow co-stars.

    26-year old Pratt is a notorious Twitter user and has taken to the online social website to give his rather rude opinions about his fellow co-stars.

    Spencer Pratt, Plastic Surgery

    According to Radar Online, Pratt commented on Audrina Patridge’s and Whitney Port’s plastic surgeries: “Audrina has fake everything. Damn we are fakeass reality show folios.” (See Make Me Heal’s story on Audrina Partridge’s breast augmentation).

    “No whitney port sucks and has since we were in high school together before all her surgeries.” (See Make Me Heal’s story on Whitney Port’s rhinoplasty).

    About Lo Bosworth, Pratt tweeted, “Lo has been banging 60 year old rich guys on the side to keep up her look because she only gets paid few grand and plays star HAHA.” “I pray to see @lo bosworth ugly ass out in a club now that i can do whatever i want without feeling bad for heidi! lo your [sic] f–ked! Wh-re!” (See Make Me Heal’s story on Lo Bosworth’s plastic surgery opinion).

    It’s not the first time that Spencer has given his opinion on others. What he doesn’t seem to realize is that his wife, Heidi Montag is the plastic surgery queen of the show.

    Last year, then 23-year old Heidi underwent a nose job revision, chin reduction, mini brow lift, Botox in forehead and frown area, fat injections in cheeks, nasolabial folds and lips, neck liposuction p://kona.kontera.com/javascript/lib/imgs/grey_loader.gif, ears pinned back, liposuction on waist, hips and inner and outer thighs, buttock augmentation and breast augmentation revision. (See Make Me Heal’s story on Heidi Montag’s plastic surgery).

    Makemeheal.com thinks that people living in plastic surgery filled houses shouldn’t throw stones at the cosmetic surgeries of others.

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    July 9, 2010 in Celebrity Plastic Surgery by Jet H. Ross | Leave a Comment

    Jessica Simpson Denies Latest Plastic Surgery Rumors

    The paparazzi follow beautiful Jessica Simpson wherever she goes, including the doctor’s office. But the singer turned actress denied that a recent visit to a medical office had anything to do with plastic surgery.

    29-year old Jessica Simpson has long been on Makemeheal.com’s radar for having plastic surgery, from multiple breast augmentations and a breast lift(See Make Me Heal’s story on Jessica Simpson’s breast augmentation) to a nose job and lip augmentation. Jessica later came out and admitted to having her lips filled with Restylane, and not liking the look. (See Make Me Heal’s story on Jessica Simpson’s lip augmentation).

    Jessica Simpson, Plastic Surgery

    Jessica recently spent some time in a doctor’s office, fueling cries of plastic surgery. However, Jessica took to Twitter to clear up rumors.

    “True- went to the doctor yesterday,” Jessica Tweeted. “False- plastic surgery.”

    Make Me Heal hopes that Jessica is always as honest about any future plastic surgery as she is about going to the doctor.

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    July 9, 2010 in Celebrity Plastic Surgery by Patty Kovacs | 1 Comment

    Playmate Holly Madison Says No More Plastic Surgery…For Now

    Former Girl Next Door and Hugh Hefner favorite Holly Madison only recently came clean about her numerous plastic surgeries. But now Holly is saying that she is done with plastic surgery, although Makemeheal.com sees another round sometime in Holly’s future.

    30-year old Holly Madison has had more than her share of plastic surgery, including breast augmentation, nose job, cheek implants and possibly a forehead lift. (See Make Me Heal’s story on Holly Madison’s plastic surgery). Apparently all that plastic surgery has satisfied Holly, unlike some other reality-show platinum blonds, because she says she has had enough. At least until she gets a little older.

    Holly Madison, Plastic Surgery Hiatus

    Talking with E!’s Marc Malkin, the “Holly’s World” star says, “Maybe when I’m getting older, but I’m done with it for now. I don’t like when people inject a lot of stuff in their face because then their faces move all weird.”

    “I think when young girls are thinking about plastic surgery they need to go to a very wealthy house party in Beverly Hills. All they need to do is look at all the old people in the room and be like, ‘Oh, maybe I don’t want to get my lips done. Maybe I don’t want to get Botox,’ because you see how it ages.”

    Holly looks great and Make Me Heal applauds the Playmate’s healthy outlook on plastic surgery.

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    July 8, 2010 in Celebrity Plastic Surgery by Ruby Marr | Leave a Comment

    Is New Body Jet Procedure Superior to Traditional Liposuction?

    Liposuction can be a scary word, even for veterans of cosmetic improvement through plastic surgery. Traditional liposuction comes with a number of negative connotations, including painful bruising, scars, ripping and tearing, and folds of loose skin post-op. New breakthroughs in the world of lipo are revolutionizing the procedure. One of these innovative technologies is Body Jet.

    What is Body Jet?

    Body Jet liposuction is an exciting new alternative to traditional fat removal. Minimally invasive and requiring less down time than conventional lipo, Body Jet virtually washes fat away.

    Body Jet Liposuction, Before, After

    How is this possible? Through water assisted liposuction, the latest in liposuction technology. In this method, a spray of water is used to dislodge fat gently and without adversely affecting blood vessels or nerves. As soon as fat is loosened from surrounding tissue, it is removed, causing minimal trauma to the treated area.

    There are three phases of Body Jet Lipo: infiltration, aspiration, and drying. During infiltration, areas to be treated are numbed. In aspiration, fat is simultaneously loosened and suctioned out through a cannula. Drying is the final step, in which fluid is removed for precise results.

    Body Jet can be used on almost any area of the body with excess fat. The abdomen, hips, thighs, knees, arms, and under the chin are the most frequently treated spots. Body Jet is best for people who are not more than 25 pounds overweight and who have localized deposits of stubborn fat.

    Body Jet Liposuction Abdomen Photos

    Why Body Jet?

    Body Jet offers promising advantages over conventional liposuction. For one thing, it can be applied to multiple areas of the body during the same session. Because the procedure is minimally invasive, only a local anesthetic is needed.

    Body Jet Liposuction Hips, Tummy, Photos

    Another benefit of Body Jet is the short recovery period. Because of the gentleness of the operation, pain, swelling and bruising are negligible and patients can return to normal activity within a couple of days. The time of the actual surgery is also shorter. Sessions take less time and are less painful than conventional liposuction.

    Fat that is removed using Body Jet tends to be more in tact, not only than fat removed during traditional liposuction, but also in more cutting edge procedures like VASER or SmartLipo. Why, you might ask, should you care how healthy your fat is once it’s left your hips? Because, of course, that fat can be reinjected to volumize other areas of the body, including the face or breasts.

    Body Jet helps contour the treated areas so that your fat loss comes hand in hand with smooth skin and trim curves.

    Body Jet Liposuction, Buttocks

    Once fat cells are removed through Body Jet, they do not grow back. If the patient gains weight, it will typically gravitate towards other areas in the body. Hence, results are considered permanent.

    Body Jet Liposuction, Back

    Body Jet, like any type of liposuction, is not an alternative to diet and exercise. But it is an alternative to tumescent or laser liposuction, and an appealing one. Washing the fat away may sound impossible, but with Body Jet, that’s just what you can do.

    Learn More About Body Jet Liposuction

    Go To The Body Jet Liposuction Channel on Makemeheal.com.

    You can also visit http://mybodyjet.com/doctor_locator.html to find a Body Jet physician near you.

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    July 8, 2010 in Liposuction,Procedures & Breakthroughs by Chelsea Mize | 2 Comments

    Kylie Minogue Gives Up Botox

    Pop star Kylie Minogue is amongst the latest celebrities to give up Botox, the popular wrinkle eraser.

    42-year old Aussie singer has just announced that she has given up on Botox, and denies having had any other plastic surgery.

    “I’ve been honest about the fact that I did use Botox,” she told newspaper the News of the World. “But I don’t any more, I won’t go near it. I have lines. You can see the lines on my face. I wouldn’t want to go under the knife. You’re not yourself if you do that.”

    Instead, Kylie has put her beautiful looking skin down to Pond’s Cold Cream, a bargain drugstore cream that her mother also uses.

    Kylie Minogue, Botox Plastic Surgery

    In the past, Kylie has publicly battled breast cancer, leading to reconstructive plastic surgery (See Make Me Heal’s story on Kylie Minogue’s Reconstructive Plastic Surgery).

    Kylie has just released her latest album, Aphrodite and likely used Photoshop rather than plastic surgery to look perfect on the cover.

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    July 8, 2010 in Celebrity Plastic Surgery by Dana Jackson | Leave a Comment

    Tara Reid Shows Off Body After Corrective Plastic Surgery

    Tara Reid has been a lot of things in her young career, going from trophy wife to America’s sweetheart to party girl. But things have gone downhill for Tara, as she has become better known for her botched plastic surgery than for her movie roles.

    34-year old Tara Reid has unfortunately become a poster child for bad plastic surgery. Tara notoriously had a bad experience with liposuction and breast augmentation, leaving her with unsightly ripples on her stomach and misshapen nipples (See Makemeheal.com‘s story on Tara Reid’s plastic surgery mishap).

    Tara Reid, Corrective Plastic Surgery

    Tara explained to UsWeekly, “My stomach became the most ripply, bulgy thing,” she told UsWeekly. “I had a hernia, this huge bump next to my bellybutton. As a result, I couldn’t wear a bikini. I lost a lot of work.”

    Tara previously appeared in Playboy with her corrective surgery, but this is the first time she has appeared in public, supposedly unretouched (See Make Me Heal’s story on Tara Reid’s corrective plastic surgery).

    Tara Reid, Christmas Plastic Surgery

    Miami plastic surgeon Dr. Michael Salzhauer says, “It is unfortunate that Tara Reid has had to go through this terrible experience with her plastic surgery complications.  The damage done one to her abdomen from her previous liposuction is very difficult to correct.  You can take fat from other areas and then inject that fat into the divots, but she doesn’t have much fat left to work with.  Her breasts most likely have a great deal of scar tissue from her multiple surgeries.  She should just stop having surgeries for now, let everything settle and then revisit any revisionary surgeries in a few years.”

    Board certified Manhattan plastic surgeon Dr. David Shafer says, “In rare cases, liposuction and leave lumps or divots and contracted skin.  These are difficult results to “fix.”  However, fat grafting is an option which places the patient’s own fat cells between the muscle and skin in an attempt to smooth out the irregularities.  It is quite possible that this is the procedure that Tara Reid had as corrective surgery.”

    It’s nice to see that Tara is feeling confident enough to sport a bikini again and hopefully she’ll stay out of the plastic surgeon’s office for good this time.

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    July 7, 2010 in Awful/Bad Plastic Surgery,Celebrity Plastic Surgery by Lisa Stern | 2 Comments

    Did Kourtney Kardashian Have a Nose Job?

    Kourtney Kardashian is as outspoken as the rest of her family on many subjects. But Makemeheal.com has discovered that the new mother may have kept silent about a possible nose job.

    31-year old Kourtney Kardashian has been open about plastic surgery in the past, opening announcing her plan to breastfeed with breast implants (See Make Me Heal’s story on Kourtney Kardashian’s breast augmentation) as well as undergoing Velashape laser treatment to get rid of her cellulite (See Make Me Heal’s story on Kourtney Kardashian’s laser treatment). However, new photos have surfaced that seem to indicate that Kourtney may have also had a nose job, which narrowed the bridge of her nose and helped to refine the tip. The result is a more streamlined-looking nose.

    Kourtney Kardashian, Nose Job

    Miami plastic surgeon Dr. Michael Salzhauer says, “It looks like Kourtney has had a Rhinoplasty (nose job) procedure to define her tip and narrow the bridge of her nose.  It fits her face beautifully.  Her smooth-as-glass forehead is undoubtedly from Botox injections.”

    Dr. Paul A. Nassif, a Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgeon and Rhinoplasty Specialist in Beverly Hills, California says, “It is possible Kourtney Kardashian had some minor work performed to her nose. Her tip appears slightly smaller in some photos, and her bridge appears a bit narrower as well. If any work was performed, it was very conservative and appears natural.”

    Board certified Manhattan plastic surgeon Dr. David Shafer says, “From the photos, it certainly appears that Kourtney Kardashian had a rhinoplasty which would result in the refined tip and narrower alar bases seen in the “after” photo.”

    Kourtney looks great with her new nose and may give her little sister Kim the courage she needs to undergo her own rhinoplasty (See Make Me Heal’s story on Kim Kardashian’s nose job denial).

    Make Me Heal looks forward to seeing Kourtney’s new adventures in motherhood on the Kardashian family’s numerous reality shows.

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    July 7, 2010 in Celebrity Plastic Surgery by Ruby Marr | 2 Comments

    Real Housewife of New Jersey Danielle Staub Undergoes 4th Breast Augmentation

    Real Housewife of New Jersey Danielle Staub recently showed America her assets with the release of her sex tape. Makemeheal.com and other viewers couldn’t help but notice Danielle’s painful looking breast augmentation.

    45-year Danielle Staub is one of the better known New Jersey Housewives, thanks to her personal life. Most recently a tape of Danielle having sex has come out on the Internet, not only revealing her sexual preferences, but a botched breast augmentation as well.

    Danielle Stuab, Breast Augmentation

    Speaking to UsMagazine.com, Dr. Michael Fiorillo, Staub‘s plastic surgeon, said his patient had already had three surgeries to improve her breasts (once when she was just 18) resulting in scar tissue that made them rather unpleasant.

    “She was very upset with her breasts,” Fiorillo said. “Scar tissue formed around the breast implant and that makes the implants hard, cold and deformed…the right one was almost up by her neck!”

    There was “scarring around the nipple and all the way down,” the good doctor added.

    Afterwards however, Staub liked her new rack. “She was extremely pleased with her surgery,” Fiorillo boasted. “She liked the size, she liked how soft they were.”

    Danielle’s lumpy breasts aren’t ideal, but having more surgery may not be the way to fix them.

    Miami plastic surgeon Dr. Michael Salzhauer says, “I don’t know if another surgery is a good idea.  It depends on how many surgeries she’s had and what she has done already.  Every time you undergo another surgery you are adding to the risk of increased scar tissue.  It looks like she already has formed a capsular contracture around her implant and is causing her breasts to look hard and misshaped.  If she does decide to revise her breast I would recommend she waits a full year from the date of her last surgery. ”

    Board certified Manhattan plastic surgeon Dr. David Shafer says, “Repeated breast surgeries always carry the risk of increased scar tissue which may be the case with Danielle Staub.  My suggesting is for patients to find a good plastic surgeon from the beginning to help avoid the need for multiple surgeries. ”

    This isn’t the first time that Makemeheal.com has noticed shoddy plastic surgery on Danielle. In the past, we have reported on her overload of Botox, which over-arch her eyebrows(See Make Me Heal’s story on Danielle Staub’s plastic surgery).

    In the future, Danielle may want to spend less time under the knife and more time keeping her clothes on to prevent private films from getting out.

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    July 6, 2010 in Celebrity Plastic Surgery by Jet H. Ross | Leave a Comment

    Do Breast Implants Make Sense for Athletic Women?

    Everyone is familiar with certain female body stereotypes: the classic hourglass figure, the bottom-heavy pear, the stick-thin runway model, the built-but-butch athletic girl. Men (and other women) have a tendency to mass-classify the female figure into categories that don’t necessarily exclusively apply to any individual woman.

    Take the female athlete, for instance. Just because a woman is strong or muscular doesn’t mean her power has to mask her femininity. Part of what motivates physical fitness (for men or women) is a desire to look one’s best, and some of you ladies who work hard for your bodies might resent being considered more ‘masculine’ than a typical girl. While you shouldn’t let a type get you down, you still want to have the body you deserve. And while exercise and diet can carry you to a certain point, there are some curves you just can’t get on your own – and for those, there are potential surgical solutions.

    Breast augmentation might seem off-limits for physically fit or highly active women. After all, everyone has seen at least a clip of Baywatch, and with all due respect to Pamela Anderson, running with those things just looks uncomfortable. But at the same time, female athletes shouldn’t feel excluded from the realm of plastic surgery. If you want breasts to match the rest of your sculpted figure, then it’s entirely possible that you can have them. And while thin, flat-chested athletes are definitely a stereotype, there are plenty of curvy role-models in professional sports. Venus and Serena Williams are both voluptuous yet fit women, as are golfer Natalie Bulbis and figure skater Anna Semenovich.

    Serena Williams, Breast Implants

    However, if you are considering breast enhancement as an athletic woman, there are factors to be taken into consideration, such as implant size and placement as well as recovery time for those with a stringent work-out schedule.

    Breast Implants, Workout

    Implant Size

    Breast Implant Sizes

    Committed athletes should give careful thought to any plastic surgery procedure that could impact ability in the field (or on the court, or in the gym, or wherever your brand of competition takes place). One concern for a breast enhancement procedure is the size and shape of implants.

    According to Dr. David Shafer, “the added weight and volume to the chest can affect athletic performance.  For instance, if the implants are too wide, they can
    interfere with movement of the arms as the patient is running.  However,
    appropriately sized implants should not cause this problem.”

    Larger implants are generally unadvisable for the physically active woman. Dr. John Di Saia agrees that, “Physically active young women are best served by keeping the implant size small to moderate.”

    Staying on the smaller side might seem like common sense, but the smaller side is a relative term. A woman who is naturally lean or slight in frame should choose an implant that is right for her body, which might mean going even smaller than her initial inclinations.

    The implant material should also be carefully selected. Dr. Robert Oliver recommends, “In general you want to go smaller in volume and use silicone gel implants to minimize weight in this group.  The higher weight per volume of saline devices makes them less well suited…With more conservative implant selection, the chance to affect…normal activities is minimized.”

    Implant Placement

    Brest Implant Placement

    The placement of breast implants is a key issue for athletic women considering the surgery. Because of the importance of pectoral muscles in many physical activities, implants work best when not impeding muscle movement.

    Dr. Oliver explains, “The most favorable position of the implant for very active in women with enough tissue to camouflage it would be subglandular or (preferably) subfascial. That position minimizes downtime, eliminates animation of the pectoralis muscle as a possibility, and does not mechanically affect the muscle function.”

    Subglandular, or over the muscle, placement helps to minimize the interference of the implant with muscle activity. However, one concern with this type of implant for extremely trim patients is having enough excess tissue to adequately disguise or cover the implant. Dr. Shafer recommends subglandular implants, but only “if there is…tissue coverage for the implant.”

    Subfascial, or below the deep thoracic fascia (fascia being the plane on which muscle connects at the upper two-thirds of the breast), is a newer technique that some doctors consider preferable because the implants are inserted beneath muscle tissue. In this way, tissue coverage of the implant is sufficient and there is little risk of muscle movement complications.

    Recovery Time

    Before & After Breast Implant

    As Dr. Shafer notes, “the placement of breast implants is a surgical procedure which requires a recovery time.” Any individual on a rigorous workout schedule should consider the ramifications of time off. According to Dr. Shafer, “While most women are back to their normal activities within a few days, vigorous exercise or sports may have to be delayed for a several weeks while the body heals.”

    Over the long term, breast implants will not likely hinder a woman’s athletic career or physical pursuits. But there is an inevitable short term period that must be honored by any woman undergoing elective surgery. Breast implants are logically not the best choice for a woman involved in intensive training or preparation for a particular physical event or goal.

    That being said, female athletes, and fit women in general, usually heal faster than average after such a surgical procedure. Because of excellent cardiovascular health and good diet choices, a woman who is already in shape will most likely have a speedier than normal recovery. Improved blood flow to the treated area expedites the process, hence female athletes have themselves to thank for less downtime.

    Are breast implants for you?

    Like anyone considering any elective surgery, you as an athletic woman should carefully weigh all of your options before getting implants. The consensus seems to be that upping your cup size won’t cut down on your edge, but you should talk to your plastic surgeon about breast augmentation options before making any decisions.

    Some discomfort resulting from the surgery can occur, and may persist even after the area has healed. Other risks associated with pain or limited range of motion are possible downsides to breast enhancement.

    Still, female athletes don’t have to be pigeonholed into a ‘butch’ stereotype. Every woman should have the body she feels best with, and the physically active are no exception. When you look your best, you perform at the top of your game.

    For more information on breast augmentation, visit Makemeheal.com.

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    July 6, 2010 in Breast Augmentation, Implants, Reduction,Procedures & Breakthroughs by Chelsea Mize | 15 Comments

    Did Sarah Palin Get a Breast Augmentation?

    Sarah Palin has a shaky history in politics, but she has a firm grip on what sells tabloids. The former governor of Alaska is now making headlines thanks to a possible breast augmentation.

    46-year old mother of five, Sarah Palin is noted just as much for her appearance as for her scare-tactics politics. The big-haired, glasses-wearing uber-conservative used to be a former beauty queen after all, so she knows something about style. Sarah may no longer be in an official position of power, but that hasn’t stopped her from getting in front of cameras.

    Recently, Sarah was photographed with what appeared to be a much larger chest than usual, leading to rumors that former vice-presidential candidate had gotten breast implants from makers Mentor or Natrelle.

    Sarah Palin, Breast augmentation

    Miami plastic surgeon Dr. Michael Salzhauer says, “Sarah Palin does appear to have very full breasts for her petite frame.  It is very possible that she had a Breast Augmentation to give her that PC figure.  Not “PC” meaning politically correct, but “PC” meaning pretty curvy. “

    On the other hand, what appears to be a bigger bust could be a simple case of better posture on the part of Sarah. Standing up straight can do wonders for a woman’s figure.

    Board certified Manhattan plastic surgeon Dr. David Shafer says, “From the pictures, I am not convinced that Sarah Palin had breast augmentation.  In the “before” photo she is standing with her chest concave which would make her breasts appear smaller.  In the “after” picture, she is standing erect which would make her breasts appear larger.”

    Since the rumors first began, Sarah and her well-paid camp haven’t officially commented, however an insider described the rumors as “ridiculous” according to UsWeekly.

    It’s not the first time Sarah has been suspected of plastic surgery. In the past, the beauty queen Sarah has been scrutinized for facial injections like Botox as well as fillers like Juvederm or Restylane, or quite even possibly a more permanent filler like Radiesse and laser skin resurfacing like Fraxel or Active Fx in addition to tooth whitening and strategically placed veneers (See Make Me Heal’s story on Sarah Palin’s plastic surgery).

    Makemeheal.com thinks Sarah’s time would be better spent stirring up less controversy with her looks and comments and spending more time as a hockey mom.

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

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    July 6, 2010 in Celebrity Plastic Surgery by Lisa Stern | Leave a Comment