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  • Did Drew Barrymore Have a Nose Job for Hollywood Longevity?

    At 34 years old, Drew Barrymore is already a Hollywood legend, thanks to her family heritage. But Make Me Heal and others have wondered if some of Drew Barrymore’s looks aren’t due to genetics, but from some amazing plastic surgery.

    Drew Barrymore, Plastic Surgery

    Drew Barrymore has been acting practically since she exited the womb, but in her latest film, Whip It!, Drew went from in front of the camera to behind, directing the film as well as appearing in it. In one scene, Drew nearly gets her nose broken, but it may have already been deliberately broken in an effort to make it the perfect little button nose that is the current face of Cover Girl.

    However, any changes in Drew’s nose could just be a result of growing up.

    Dr. Paul S. Nassif, a facial plastic and reconstructive surgeon and a rhinoplasty specialist in Beverly Hills, California says, “Drew Barrymore’s nose does not appear to have undergone any drastic changes over the years. Her nose seems naturally perky, and that is not the result of any surgery.”

    Manhattan plastic surgeon Dr David Shafer says, “Drew Barrymore’s nose does look a bit more refined from younger photos. However, the nose does change with age, so it is hard to tell if there has been surgical intervention.”

    Drew is no stranger to the knife, undergoing a breast reduction surgery as a teen and more recently likely having a breast lift. (See Make Me Heal’s story on Drew Barrymore’s plastic surgery). On the other hand, it also likely that Drew inherited her nose as well as her acting skills.

    Plastic surgeon Dr Richard Ellenbogen says, “Drew Barrymore is nasally blessed. It doesn’t look like it’s been tweaked. It just looks like she got older. And may I say, as she got older, she got more elegant and more beautiful and more talented.”

    Like most people, Make Me Heal has been enchanted by Drew since 1982’s classic film ET and looks forward to her next movie.

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    October 27, 2009 in Celebrity Plastic Surgery by Sam Stets | 5 Comments

    Socialite Hofit Golan Shows Love for Plastic Surgery

    Nobody really knows who or what she is, but one thing is certain: Hofit Golan has had a great deal of plastic surgery.

    Golan, Plastic Surgery

    Hofit Golan doesn’t have much available information, with sources claiming she is from everywhere from Canada to Israel. And Awful Plastic Surgery has named her Europe’s Phoebe Price, for her uncanny ability to turn up on red carpets wearing dresses that reveal way too much plastic surgery. (See Make Me Heal’s story on Phoebe Price’s plastic surgery).

    While Hofit’s most obvious cosmetic procedure are breast implants that resemble fruit more than female breasts, she also looks to be a user of facial injectables, like Botox and probably also had a rhinoplasty at some point to create an unnaturally shaped nasal tip.

    Manhattan plastic surgeon Dr Jennifer Walden says, “Socialites are no strangers to plastic surgery, and this rings true with Hofit Golan. She is rumored to have had breast augmentation, liposuction, rhinoplasty, as well as injectables. She must wear those low cut dresses to take the attention away from that rhinoplasty.”

    Dr. Paul S. Nassif, Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgeon at Spalding Drive Cosmetic Surgery says, “Hofit Golin appears to have had a rhinoplasty at some point, as her tip is slightly pinched in some photos. It is likely she had some Botox as well, but not overdone.”

    The obvious breast augmentation is a result of over-the-muscle, too-large for her frame implants.

    Plastic surgeon Dr Sherrell J Aston says, “After reviewing photographs of Ms. Golan it is clear that her are implants too large for her tiny frame. Unfortunately her implants are also visible under her skin, which suggests that they are not beneath the pectoral muscle. If she had a revision with better implant selection and they were placed under the muscle it would give her a better result. In addition to her Breast Implants it is possible that Ms. Golan has had Botox in her forehead and fillers like Restylane or Juvederm to her lips.”

    Make Me Heal thinks Hoftit would be more attractive if she wasn’t quite so obvious about showing off her enhanced assets and wonders mightily about her age and origins.

    Read the complete celebrity plastic surgery profile of Hofit Golan on Plasticopedia, the largest celebrity plastic surgery encyclopedia.

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    October 26, 2009 in Celebrity Plastic Surgery by Dana Jackson | 9 Comments

    Bai Ling Stays Sexy without Plastic Surgery

    Bai Ling is best known for her questionable fashion taste that leaves little to the imagination. But the Asian actress seems to be staying sexy all on her own, with little or no help from plastic surgery.

    At 43, Chinese-born Bai Ling is at an age when many Hollywood actresses are beginning to show wear and tear on the big screen and start having facelifts and fillers to prevent looking old. But not Bai, she is staying away from the knife, but still looking better than ever.

    Bai Ling, Plastic Surgery

    Dr. Paul S. Nassif, Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgeon at Spalding Drive Cosmetic Surgery says, “Bai Ling does not have any obvious indications of plastic surgery. It is possible she had some Botox, but nothing further. She looks great for 43, and seems comfortable in her shoes.”

    The extremely confident mainly Indie actress doesn’t have any plans for plastic surgery, saying, “Myself, I will never have plastic surgery. When you do that, you start to lose yourself.”

    Plastic surgeon Dr Sherrell J Aston says, “After reviewing Ms. Ling’s photographs it appears that she has been blessed with not only attention-grabbing style, but also great genes. I do not think she has had any surgery to date.”

    Plastic surgeon Dr. Richard Ellenbogen says, “Bai Ling looks all right from the factory, anyway there is nothing obvious.”

    Look out for Bai Ling’s next role as a stripper in A Beautiful Life.

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    October 26, 2009 in Asian Plastic Surgery,Celebrity Plastic Surgery,Ethnic Plastic Surgery by Erica Hurtz | 1 Comment

    Tina Fey Bags on Botox

    Female comedians seem to make a habit of plastic surgery, giving themselves more fodder for their stand-up routines. But SNL alum Tina Fey says she is bucking the trend, preferring to stay natural.

    39-year old Tina has a lot of plans for her future, but plastic surgery, and even Botox injections, isn’t in them.

    Tina Fey, Plastic Surgery

    Tina says, “You can point any kind of laser at my face, but I don’t think Botox is for me. I think it is bad. People who have too much, they look like their faces are full of candles — a shiny, shiny face.” Festive, though. “Yes, festive. A holiday candle.”

    While Tina doesn’t seem to care much for plastic surgery, it could help reduce the appearance of a scar she has on her face, the result of a knife attack from her childhood.

    Manhattan plastic surgeon Dr Jennifer Walden says, “I think Tina Fey is one of Hollywood’s most beautiful funny ladies. She has openly stated that she does not use Botox or any other injectible, but with the right doctor Botox could be this funny lady’s best punchline. Though rarely spoken about Ms. Fey was in an accident involving a knife when she was young and has left the star with a visible scar on her face. It is possible that a properly injected filler could help with visibility of the scar.”

    In addition to injectables, there are other plastic surgery procedures that could help lessen the appearance of the scar and make Tina as photographable from her left side as the right.

    Dr. Paul S. Nassif, Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgeon at Spalding Drive Cosmetic Surgery says, “Tina Fey looks great and does not need any Botox to enhance her appearance. A filler will not necessarily improve the appearance of a scar, there are much better scar revision techniques that may be performed.”

    Make Me Heal looks forward to watching Tina’s antics on the new season of 30 Rock, with or without plastic surgery.

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

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    October 23, 2009 in Celebrity Plastic Surgery by Carrie Zender | Leave a Comment

    Dysport: The New Botox?

    By Dr. David Shafer

    Dysport is often called the “New Botox.” However, Dypsort has actually been available in Europe for therapeutic indications since 1991 and for cosmetic applications since 2001. In April 2009, Dysport (officially known as BoNT-A/D) was approved in the United States for the “temporary improvement in the appearance of moderate to severe glabellar lines.” These are the lines between your eyebrows. However, just like Botox Cosmetic, Dysport can be used “off-lable” for treatment of crow’s feet (squinting lines around your eyes), forehead wrinkles, chemical brow lifts, platysmal bands (neck bands) and sweaty palms and armpits.

    The molecule in Dysport is exactly like Botox Cosmetic but is covered by a different coating, which dissociates (dissolves) at a different rate. That is why the onset of action of Dysport is thought to be faster than Botox Cosmetic since the coating comes off faster. In Botox Cosmetic Treatment the usual onset of action is 3 to 7 days where the Dysport onset of action seems to be a few days faster. The dosing is different with Dysport, so there may be some confusion when translating Botox “units” with Dysport “units.” This is why you need to see an injector who has experience specifically in Dysport injections. Also, there is a learning curve with Dysport injections, so you may not initially achieve the same results as you are used to receiving with Botox Cosmetic.

    Dysport Before and after

    There is also some confusion about the pricing of Dysport with many reports on the Internet and advertising claiming that it is cheaper than Botox Cosmetic. There is a discrepancy in the potency of units. A “unit” of Botox is not equivalent to a “unit” of Dysport, so unit pricing is not comparable. There is a slight savings with Dysport, but it is about 5% – nothing substantial. So, do not expect to go to your plastic surgeon to achieve the same results as Botox Cosmetic for half the price. However, with competition, hopefully prices will come down. Allergan (Botox Cosmetic) is currently offering a $50 mail-in rebate for Botox Cosmetic customers and Medicis Aesthetics (Dysport) is offering a $75 mail-in rebate. With these rebates and introductory pricing, you may be able to get a better deal than your last injection.

    Dysport, Plastic Surgery

    In the end, it is great to have another minimally invasive product approved on the market which can give consistent and noticeable results with virtually no downtime and minimal risks.

    Dr Shafer, plastic surgery

    Dr. David Shafer completed his plastic surgery residency at the world famous Mayo Clinic. He was then selected to continue his education at the prestigious Manhattan Eye, Ear & Throat Hospital. While most plastic surgeons go directly into practice after residency, Dr. Shafer had the honor to operate with many of the world’s most distinguished plastic surgeons. This unique experience allowed Dr. Shafer to advance his skills to a level that most surgeons take a lifetime to develop. Dr. Shafer continues to operate at MEETH and now teaches the next generation of plastic surgeons from NYU, Columbia and Cornell.

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    October 22, 2009 in Fillers & Injectables,Plastic Surgeon Articles & Interviews by Makemeheal.com Staff | 4 Comments

    Ricky Gervais Rags on Plastic Surgery

    Ricky Gervais may have just hit it big on this side of the pond, but he’s already decided not to indulge in Hollywood’s favorite pastime: plastic surgery.

    Ricky Gervais, Plastic Surgery

    48-year old funny man Ricky Gervais is proud of his unconventional looks and has no plans to alter them.

    He says, “I suppose I’m a bit fitter than I was, but not because of Hollywood,” he said to ITN. “The first thing I’d do if I wanted to blend into Hollywood is, actually, starve myself and get new teeth and take roles where I’m a real romantic lead. Which would be hilarious; that won’t happen.”

    “Oh, God no!” he said to ITN. “I saw this episode of Housewives of New Jersey and they had Botox parties. They just sit there, being injected. What are you doing? And facial surgery? You might die. ‘Oh, it’s worth it.’ No, it isn’t worth it. Let’s just have the face we were born with, shall we?”

    Plastic surgeon Dr Sherrell J Aston says, “Everyone is entitled to have their own opinion about injectables and Plastic Surgery. I understand Mr. Gervais feelings towards Botox and I try to remind patients that their results may vary. Some patients like the results more than others and at the end of the day it is a personal decision. With that said, Botox should always be used in moderation for the best results.”

    Plastic surgeon Dr Richard Ellenbogen says, “Ricky Gervais is perfect as he is: a character actor who became a leading man, He is ‘Mr. Every Man.’ His smile is as contagious as a yawn: he smiles, you smile. He is smart enough to realize he is the complete package.”

    “Of course you could remove his jowls and refine his neck and then you could keep going until you had a modern day Henry Fonda look-alike, but who would want that?”

    Fans of Ricky can see him in the rom-com The Invention of Lying, featuring actress Jennifer Garner, who has used plastic surgery, especially lip augmentation to further her career (See Make Me Heal’s story on Jennifer Garner’s plastic surgery).

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    October 22, 2009 in Celebrity Plastic Surgery,Male Plastic Surgery by Dana Jackson | 3 Comments

    Plastic Surgery, Non-Ablative Lasers, Dermal Rollers.Which Should You Choose?

    By Lois W. Stern, Editor-at-Large, Makemeheal.com

    Two simple words hold the keys to understanding the concept of skin renewal: wound and heal. The skill of the practitioner – be s/he dermatologist, esthetician or plastic surgeon – makes all the difference in whether that wound ultimately stimulates the production of healthier, younger looking skin, has little impact or, worst scenario, scars the patient.

    That youthful glow you see in a child’s face is the result of constant skin renewal, the shedding of old skin cells continually being replenished with new cells. A baby’s skin is in a constant state of renewal, shedding old cells while growing new ones. Alas, as we enter our teen years and beyond, skin renewal already begins to slow.

    Research has shown that by the time we reach our forties and fifties, skin sheds approximately once every fifty-three days. As old, unshed cells build up on the skin’s surface, they become dual culprits to our skin’s dull, aging appearance. This is where the skill and experience of a knowledgeable practitioner who understands both theory and technique behind the wound-heal concept can come to the rescue, helping us kick the skin out of its old habits and coaxing it along into some new ones. Today one popular method for accomplishing this goal is found in a variety of laser treatments. A second, lesser known method for achieving similar goals is through dermal roller treatments.

    Let’s begin with a basic understanding or the anatomy of our skin.

    Stratum Corneum (the outermost surface of the Epidermis)

    Epdermis

    The outer layer of our skin is called the epidermis, with the stratum corneum its outermost surface. Beneath the epidermis lies the dermis. When we talk about resurfacing the skin, we are targeting treatment within the epidermis. When we speak of remodeling for wrinkle treatments, we are targeting treatment within the mid-dermis.

    The basic concept behind both laser and dermal roller technologies is the same: wound and heal. One must wound the skin to remove old surface tissue, which in turn stimulates the growth of new collagen.

    Let’s first take a look at the newer breed of lasers, known as nonablative fractional lasers, claiming to produce the results of older ablative “field” lasers, but with minimal downtime. Fraxel is one fine example of these newer lasers.

    To best understand how fractional lasers work, you need to think of your skin as a digital photograph in need of restoration or touch up. Just as you can alter a photographic image pixel by pixel, fractional lasers treat your skin with thousands of tiny microscopic laser spots. During treatment, these thousands of columns penetrate deeply into the dermis. What distinguishes fractional lasers is their ability to leave untouched specific skin areas while treating others. By creating microscopic treatment zones, the laser affects only a fraction of your skin at a time.

    During treatment, the fractional laser penetrates the non-living protective barrier of the skin, the stratum corneum, as if it were a window, leaving it completely intact. It then creates microscopic “wounds” within the targeted areas well beneath the outermost epidermal layer of skin. Both epidermal and dermal tissue are removed. In so doing, it triggers the body’s natural healing process to accelerate the production of collagen and new, healthier skin cells.

    Fraxel treament, Plastic Surgery

    Below you can see some befre/after photos of one patient treated with a Fraxel laser.

    Fraxel before and after

    Now let’s take a look at the dermal roller technology, of which the Microneedle Roller is one fine example

    mirconeedle skin roller

    The Microneedle Roller uses its 200 extremely fine needles to penetrate the skin. During treatment the Roller leaves the epidermal barrier fully intact, while creating micro-channel wounds with its 200 fine needles. An effective optional compliment to this treatment is the simultaneously infusion of therapeutic serums, which penetrate more deeply while the skin is in its wounded state. These channel wounds fully close within just a few hours after initial application, providing enough time for new collagen structures to form within the skin’s lower layers, but short enough recovery time to ensure the patient nearly immediate resumption of normal schedules.

    Photos First Printed in Chapter 3 of Tick Tock, Stop the Clock

    Roller eyes

    During treatment

    Roller eyes after rinse

    Immediately following treatment and saline rinse

    Clinically-conducted studies in South Korea, Europe, and U.S. have shown that the Roller can increase serum absorption by as much as 1,000 percent. Moreover, the Microneedle Roller is “skin friendly,” in that it leaves the epidermal barrier fully intact, and the micro-channels created by the 200 fine needles fully close within just a few hours after initial application. This provides just enough time for new collagen structures to form within the skin’s lower layers, while ensuring the patient of rapid recovery with the ability to almost immediately resume one’s normal schedule.

    Microneedle Graph

    For every microscopic zone the Fractional laser or Roller targets and treats intensively, it leaves the surrounding tissue unaffected and intact, allowing the skin to heal much faster than if the entire area were treated at once. Both treatments wound the skin and then use the body’s natural healing process to create new, healthier, tighter tissue to replace the imperfections of the older skin.

    Both the Microneedle Skin Roller and the non-ablative Fraxel laser are two viable non-surgical treatments for stimulating elastin and collagen production, thereby thickening the skin, smoothing away fine lines and wrinkles and ridding the skin of hyperpigmentations. Because these treatments spare healthy tissue, they are effective even on delicate skin areas such as the neck, chest and hands. But for more dramatic results, with the downside of more visible wounds and longer downtime, the ablative laser might be a better option for you.

    Lois Stern, Plastic Surgery

    Lois W. Stern, Editor-At-Large at Makemeheal.com, is the published author of two books: Sex, Lies and Cosmetic Surgery www.sexliesandcosmeticsurgery.com and Tick Tock, Stop the Clock www.ticktockstoptheclock.com/ as well as a number of magazine articles. Her Professional Edition DVD is a popular aid to office staff while interacting with their patients. She and Patty Kovacs are the co-founders of http://coast2coastbeauty.com/CURRENT_NEWS.html. Check it out!

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    October 21, 2009 in Plastic Surgeon Articles & Interviews,Procedures & Breakthroughs,Skin Care by Lois W. Stern | 7 Comments

    Goldie Hawn’s Plastic Surgery Keeps Her Young

    Goldie Hawn has been a Hollywood staple since she made her debut on television’s variety show Laugh-In, way back in the day. Since then the spunky blonde has stayed relevant with some help from plastic surgery.

    Goldie Hawn, Plastic Surgery

    At 63, Goldie is still as sexy as ever, but doesn’t seem to have had nearly as much plastic surgery as many credit her with. In fact, she could likely benefit from some facial procedures to reduce the bags around her eyes and tighten the skin on her neck.

    Plastic surgeon Dr Sherrell J Aston says, “In my opinion, Goldie Hawn looks great. With that said, there are several procedures she could do to improve her overall appearance. I would recommend a Face Lift, Neck Lift and Blepharoplasty. Ms. Hawn would also benefit from laser resurfacing to combat years of sun damage. In addition to those surgical procedures I would suggest that she try a different hairstyle with a softer color that compliments her facial features and skin tone.”

    To date, Goldie’s procedures seem to be pretty minor, and likely involve subtle fillers rather than invasive procedures. Instead of drastic plastic surgery, Goldie usually wears concealing make-up and hides flaws behind her signature shaggy mane of golden locks.

    Dr. Paul S. Nassif, Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgeon at Spalding Drive Cosmetic Surgery says, “Goldie Hawn is not one of the women out there who appears to be overdone with plastic surgery. She may have had some Botox and minor facial work done which is apparent in certain photos, but nothing over the top.”

    Goldie often plays glamorous older women who have had too much plastic surgery, as in The First Wives Club, but she doesn’t seem to imitating her art in real life, preferring to remain fairly natural.

    Plastic surgeon Dr. Richard Ellenbogen says, “Goldie Hawn seems to have lost some of that silly grin and sparkle in the eye. There is a joke that goes: in 1950 everybody wanted to look like Elizabeth Taylor and Marlon Brando, but in 2000 nobody wanted to look like Elizabeth Taylor and Marlon Brando. No one can stay young forever. Goldie is one of my favorite actresses. Charles Dickens used to create a hero then spend the rest of the book breaking him down and we do that with celebrities. We judge too sharply…her plastic surgeon should have his picture up and ridiculed, not Goldie…leave her alone.”

    Goldie seems to be relying mainly on her natural beauty, a refreshing change in youth-obsessed Hollywood.

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    October 21, 2009 in Celebrity Plastic Surgery by Sam Stets | 1 Comment

    Hugh Jackman Tops Plastic Surgery List

    After being voted People Magazine’s Sexiest Man Alive, Hugh Jackman has also reportedly topped the list of the most requested face for plastic surgery patients.

    Hugh Jackman, Plastic Surgery

    At 41, Hugh Jackman doesn’t seem to have gone under the knife himself, but that doesn’t mean that males around the world aren’t yearning to look just like the multi-talented performer (See Make Me Heal’s story on Hugh Jackman’s plastic surgery).

    To find out why Hugh’s looks are so desirable lately, Make Me Heal checked in with our panel of experts to see what they think of Hugh’s looks and which celebrities top their patients’ lists of whom to emulate.

    Dr. Paul S. Nassif, Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgeon at Spalding Drive Cosmetic Surgery says, “As Hugh Jackman’s features are desirable, I am yet to encounter a request from any of my patients for their procedure to be modeled off his looks. I typically like to tailor a patients desires to what would best suit them as an individual, rather than try and duplicate the features of someone else.”

    Manhattan plastic surgeon Dr Jennifer Walden says, “It is no surprise that Hugh Jackman is one of the most “requested faces” amongst plastic surgeons. He has very masculine and defined facial features that many men are interested in when they seek plastic or reconstructive surgery. Some of the other famous faces that are often requested are power couple Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie.”

    Plastic surgeon Dr Sherrell J Aston says, “I agree that Mr. Jackman has classic good looks that most men want and yes, some men have requested his specific features. But most men just want to be better versions of them selves (as do most women).”

    On the other hand, not everyone feels that looking like Hugh is optimal. Many other celebrities may be preferred.

    Plastic surgeon Dr Richard Ellenbogen says, “Why Robert Rey would receive plastic surgical requests for Hugh Jackman’s face is beyond me. He doesn’t operate on men or faces to my knowledge…oh well the media has a lot of space to fill.”

    “I do a lot of noses…George Clooney is number one…and for some reason Yasmine Bleeth was requested as was Sharon Stone…one girl requested Julia Roberts’ nose, but I think Julia’s nose is her weakest feature; she is the epitome of perfect eyes and smile.”

    Make Me Heal thinks that plastic surgery works best when people are an enhanced version of themselves, not trying to be someone they’re not. However, no one in their right mind would turn down the opportunity to be as handsome as Hugh.

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    October 21, 2009 in Celebrity Plastic Surgery,Male Plastic Surgery by Ruby Marr | 2 Comments

    Dita Von Teese Perform’s with Plastic Surgery

    Dita Von Teese is no longer Mrs. Marilyn Manson, but the burlesque performer is doing just fine on her own, thanks to some plastic surgery.

    Dita Von Tesse, Plastic Surgery

    37-year old Dita has been open about having a breast augmentation when she was 21 year old, helping her to fill out the sexy lingerie she sheds in her sexy performances. Not only has Dita been open about her plastic surgery, she has also come out against celebrities who deny going under the knife.

    She says, “Why deny it? I’ll always be very open about it. I hate it when people in the public eye aren’t honest about any surgery that they’ve had.”

    Manhattan plastic surgeon Dr. Jennifer Walden says, “Burlesque star Dita Von Teese is well known for what is hiding under her clothes. The vintage diva is rumored to have gone under the knife for breast augmentation, rhinoplasty, and possible liposuction and is outspoken about other celebrities who don’t own up on what they have had done. In addition to her surgically added curves, Ms. Von Teese is known for her flawless skin. It appears she is a frequent injectable patient as well as a big investor in SPF.”

    While Dita’s classic flawless appearance and perfect skin have been the subject of other cosmetic procedures, it seems that they are simply the result of avoiding the sun and taking good care of herself.

    Plastic surgeon Dr. Sherrell J Aston says, “After reviewing her photographs it does not appear that Ms. Von Teese has had any other surgery than her Breast Implants.”

    Dr. Paul S. Nassif, Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgeon at Spalding Drive Cosmetic Surgery says, “Dita Von Teese is an elegant woman and it is due to genes as opposed to plastic surgery. Maybe a bit of Botox, but nothing more than that as her looks are natural and not the result of any procedures.”

    Plastic surgeon Dr Sherrell J Aston says, “After reviewing her photographs it does not appear that Ms. Von Teese has had any other surgery than her Breast Implants.”

    Since coming out about her breast enhancement procedure, she has also said that she is considering future plastic surgery procedures, but hasn’t said on what.

    “I might have more surgery, but my mom looks great and I’m hoping I have her genes. Cosmetic surgery is a dramatic form of make-up.”

    Make Me Heal is always happy to see stars openly admit their cosmetic procedures and is glad to see Dita is leading the charge of honesty.

    Read the complete celebrity plastic surgery profiles of Dita Von Teese on Plasticopedia, the largest celebrity plastic surgery encyclopedia.

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    October 20, 2009 in Celebrity Plastic Surgery by Jet H. Ross | Leave a Comment