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  • Ultherapy Ultrasound Brow Lift Raises Eyebrows

    Fortunately for aging faces, the plastic surgery world is becoming increasingly saturated with non-surgical, non-invasive options for patients seeking younger, firmer skin. But as new procedures continue to pop up, it can be difficult to sift through all the choices to find what’s right for you.

    One way to select the procedure that’s right for you is specificity – pick out the facial feature you most want to improve and seek treatment for that area particularly. For instance, for those saggy, creased eyelids or drooping brows, Ultherapy is an innovative way to improve appearance. So say good-bye to heavy hoods and hello to more wakeful eyes with Ultherapy’s ultrasound brow lift.

    Ultherapy, Plastic Surgery

    How does Ultherapy work?

    Using a revolutionary DeepSEE technology and a device called the Ulthera System, physicians are able to actually see into the patient’s skin and below the tissue. The ultrasound applicator allows your physician to focus low levels of heat energy at an exact depth under the skin, triggering skin rejuvenation while leaving the surface in tact.

    Your body’s immediate response to this energy will be to subtly contract, then to stimulate collagen production over time which results in an even, natural tightening of the skin over the eyes. Patients can expect a more open appearance in the eye area, and a more ‘awake’ looking face overall.

    Hi Upper Ultherapy, Plastic Surgery

    Why Ultherapy?

    Choosing ultrasound to treat your aging skin has a number of advantages, especially when delicate features such as the eyes, lids, and brows are concerned. Ultherapy promises a targeted treatment that’s safe and effective. Not to mention, like other sonograms, the Ulthera images can be projected on a screen that is visible to both doctor and patient. Hence, Ultherapy offers the patient the comfort of visibility and the assurance of precision.

    Ultrasound has been used in medicine for over half a century, and the Ulthera device simply harnesses a safe, proven existing method for aesthetic purposes.

    Ultera, Plastic Surgery

    Ultherapy in Action

    Although results will appear almost instantly after just one treatment, the regenerative process takes several months to fully kick in. After two to three months, ninety percent of patients in FDA clinical trials reported a noticeable lift in their brow line.

    Ulthera System, Plastic Surgery

    Ultherapy is a non-invasive procedure with no downtime. Patients can resume daily activities immediately, with nothing to worry about aside from puffy or red skin for a brief period after treatment. Ultherapy can also treat sagging skin in the forehead, lower facial areas and neck.

    Uthera, Plastic Surgery

    Learn More about Ultherapy

    Learn more by going to the Brow Lift Channel on Makemeheal.com.

    Visit http://www.ulthera.com/ for more information on Ultherapy’s availability and cost.

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    September 21, 2010 in Facial Plastic Surgery,Procedures & Breakthroughs by Chelsea Mize | 1 Comment

    Catherine Deneuve Looking Good with Plastic Surgery?

    French actress Catherine Deneuve is a legend, thanks to always looking good. But could she compete with actresses less than half her age without plastic surgery?

    66-year old Catherine Deneuve looked as good as her younger costars at the recent Venice Film Festival. Makemeheal.com suspects the actress is dabbling plastic surgery in addition to high-end French skincare products.

    Catherine Deneuve, Plastic Surgery

    Over the years, Catherine has likely had a facelift and helps stay looking good by using fillers such as Restylane and Juvederm as well as Botox. The results are natural and well-done.

    Dr. Paul S. Nassif, a Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgeon and Rhinoplasty Specialist in Beverly Hills, Calif., says, “Catherine Deneuve may have had a facelift, facial fillers, and Botox. Overall, any work she had performed was not overdone, and she looks great.”


    Miami plastic surgeon Dr. Michael Salzhauer says, “ It looks like Catherine Deneuve may have had facelift along with a Blepharoplasty (eyelid lift) and Botox to her forehead. She has a rejuvenated look and does not appear to look over done.”

    With such wonderful plastic surgery, its easy to see why Catherine has been named amongst the most beautiful women in the world.

    Read the complete celebrity plastic surgery profile of Catherine Deneuve on Plasticopedia, the largest celebrity plastic surgery encyclopedia.

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    September 21, 2010 in Celebrity Plastic Surgery by Carrie Zender | 1 Comment

    Sheyla Hershey Removes World’s Biggest Breast Implants

    Sheyla Hershey is best known as the plastic surgery addict with the world’s biggest breast implants. But complications resulting from her latest breast augmentation have made Sheyla give up on her breast enhancement hobby.

    This past June, 30-year old Sheyla Hershey traveled to Brazil to get a pair of 38KKK silicone breast implants, from makers Mentor or Natrelle, placed. Despite developing severe staph and strep infections, Sheyla continued to leave the implants, finally deciding to have them removed after doctors told her she could die if they stayed in.

    Sheyla Hershey, Plastic Surgery

    Sheyla says, “I know it’s going to be a lot of pain on me because I love to have them, but I realize that my family comes first and I love my daughter and son and they come first. Even though I love to have huge breasts, I don’t know why, I just addicted to it; I’m going to try to live without it. Hopefully I will be done then and be happy and just running around with my kids! Just have my back life, my life back!

    When removing her greatly oversized breast implants, doctors found that Sheyla’s breast tissue was too damaged to save, which means Sheyla will likely be without breast implants for some time.

    Miami plastic surgeon Dr. Michael Salzhauer says, “Having a breast augmentation is not commonly a health hazard.  Sheyla Hershey’s real health hazard was that she had her breast augmentation cosmetic procedure done in another country and contracted an infection.  It is not the fact that it was done in another country that is health hazard, but rather that the infection went untreated.  It is safest to have a procedure performed and then remain throughout the recovery period under the supervision of that surgeon.  Her reconstruction has probably left her with many scars on her breasts and she most likely will not be able to have breast implants for a while.”

    On his blog, OcBody plastic surgeon Dr. John Di Saia reports, ” When she had the surgery to make her the largest breast implant patient in the World, I said it was risky. Now Sheyla Hershey is starting to realize some of that risk. When implants so large are placed the pressure can thin and destroy tissue. There is not enough breast tissue to cover them in these types of cases.”

    “In Sheyla’s case, the implants became involved with infection which undoubtedly further destroyed tissue. Now she seems to have a Wound Vac in place (look at the video) to help encourage the pocket to collapse and heal.”

    “In essence she has become a reconstructive type case. This is sad. Her breasts will end up looking pretty poorly by the sounds of things. This type of outcome is almost unheard of with the more routinely implanted sizes.”


    “Really big comes with really big risk with breast implants.”

    In addition to numerous breast augmentations to have the biggest implants in the world, Sheyla has also had liposuction and nose job, as well as facial fillers like Juvederm and Restylane.

    Sheyla continues to be on antibiotics to fight off lingering infections. Makemeheal.com wishes Sheyla a speedy recovery and hopes she has learned her lesson about undergoing plastic surgery far from home.

    Read the complete celebrity plastic surgery profile of Sheyla Hershey on Plasticopedia, the largest celebrity plastic surgery encyclopedia.

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    September 20, 2010 in Celebrity Plastic Surgery by Dana Jackson | Leave a Comment

    Go From a FUE Hairs to Many with New NeoGraft Hair Transplant System

    It’s hard to come by a respectable solution for hair loss. Toupees and hair transplants alike are often obvious, and this puts balding people in a tough spot. Going bald prematurely is considered a social disadvantage, but so is wearing a ‘piece’ or having a bad hair transplant.

    From George’s terrible toupee in Seinfeld to Tobias’s bloody mess of a head in Arrested Development, bad balding solutions are universally scorned (and kind of comical). But, there may be a new plastic surgery solution for hair loss. NeoGraft is an automated device that assists in the FUE (follicular unit extraction) method of transplantation. Unlike the bloodier, more invasive FUT (follicular unit transplantation, or strip) method, FUE is a minor procedure that results in a more natural appearance.

    FUE vs. FUT

    Fue Strip, NeoGraft

    The strip method, or FUT, involves surgically removing a section of the patient’s scalp, stitching together the wound, dividing that section into smaller, separate grafts, creating a new hairline on the patient, and then placing the grafts onto the hairline site. While the FUT technique is still the most commonly used, it is an invasive and sometimes painful procedure.

    FUT also limits the way a patient’s activities in the short term, and can affect the way a patient wears his or her hair in the long term, as FUT leaves an unsightly scar on the back of the head. Nonetheless, because the FUE method is tedious and costly to perform manually, many doctors only offer FUT.

    Neograft Results

    FUE is a non-invasive procedure with several advantages for the patient. With FUE, each graft from the patient’s donor area is selected individually and placed in the new hairline area. The FUE method promises less bleeding and fewer complications than FUT, and is performed using local anesthetic and no IV sedation. As mentioned, while FUT can leave an unsightly scar, FUE involves no scarring. FUE also has minimal risk of nerve or blood vessel damage. Sometimes with FUT, the patient’s scalp will feel overly tight, or continue to be numb permanently in the donor area.

    FUE with NeoGraft

    NeoGraft

    FUE is generally a safe procedure, but is not widely available because of the difficulty of extracting and replacing singular hairs. Also, the risk of damage to individual follicles is greater with FUE than with FUT and it’s challenging for doctors to learn the FUE method.

    Hairt Treament, NeoGraft

    NeoGraft facilitates the FUE method for doctors and patients alike. NeoGraft is an automated device that enables doctors to perform a FUE transplant in the same time it would take to do a FUT procedure, and at a lowered cost. Moreover, NeoGraft is a ‘no touch’ technology – the machine both extracts and replaces the selected follicles. In this way, NeoGraft protects the follicles from damage they might otherwise incur.

    Hair Results, NeoGraft

    NeoGraft was developed to assist doctors in the FUE procedure and hopefully, to make the FUE hair transplant method more widely available. Grafts extracted using NeoGraft are well-preserved, unlike the grafts from the strip method, which are often exposed to hot lights.

    Fue Resulst, NeoGraft

    Is NeoGraft right for you?

    NeoGraft makes FUE an option for almost all patients, male or female, considering hair transplants. Since FUE is less invasive and more effective than the strip method, it’s obviously a preferable choice for hair transplant candidates. But since FUE is still relatively unpopular in the medical realm, it may be challenging for a patient to find the right surgeon.

    Fue Donor Area, NeoGraft

    Hairline results and the natural, real look of your hair transplant depend on the capabilities of your doctor, and can’t solely be achieved using NeoGraft or any other technology. You should be careful to investigate the previous results a physician has achieved in hair transplantation before you decide to undergo a permanent hair transplant.

    Learn More about NeoGraft

    Learn more by going to the Hair Transplant Channel on Makemeheal.com.

    You can visit the NeoGraft website for more information on Neograft’s availability and cost.

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    September 20, 2010 in Procedures & Breakthroughs by Chelsea Mize | 1 Comment

    Heidi Montag Twitters Plastic Surgery Advice

    Heidi Montag has learned a lot from her considerable time under the knife. Now she’s sharing her knowledge of plastic surgery recovery with her fans via Twitter.

    23-year old Heidi Montag famously underwent a startling 10 procedures in one day late last year(See Make Me Heal’s story on Heidi Montag’s plastic surgery). Since then, the platinum blond Barbie has been doing nothing but talking about her plastic surgery, loving and hating each body transformation. Recently, Heidi Twittered about the maintenance of aftercare plastic surgery.

    Heidi Montag, Plastic Surgery

    On his blog, plastic surgeon Dr. Anthony Youn analyzed Heidi’s Tweets one by one:

    Warning: to anyone who is thinking about getting their ears pinned, I learned after the fact it is the most painful surgery a person can get. Dr. Youn says, “Untrue. I’ve performed this surgery many times and pain is almost never an issue. A tummy tuck or breast augmentation is much more painful than an otoplasty (ear pinback).”

    “Giving my self a soft tissue breast massage. Ladies we have to keep those implants soft,” Dr. Youn says, “True. I have all my breast implant patients massage their breasts as a way to help keep the scar tissue and implants soft. Unfortunately, scientific studies don’t support this helping, but most plastic surgeons recommend their patients do it anyway.”

    “I had a nightmare that I slept without my nose tape on thank God it wasn’t true!” Dr. Youn says, “Huh? THAT’s a nightmare? Geez, my nightmares are more about driving off a cliff or finding myself in school without any pants on.”

    Miami plastic surgeon Dr. Michael Salzhauer says, “I think the only medical advice a person should listen to is from their doctor or surgeon. No two people are the same therefore advice, treatment and diagnoses will not be the same. Unfortunately, Heidi’s surgeon did not advise her to refrain from multiple procedures and excessively large breast implants so there comes a time when you ultimately must decide for yourself what seems right for you.”

    Dr. Paul S. Nassif, a Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgeon and Rhinoplasty Specialist in Beverly Hills, Calif., says, “The degree to which an individual should give plastic surgery advice should be limited to describing their own personal experiences. Any advice beyond that should come from a medical professional that specializes in plastic surgery. Plastic surgery is an individual decision, and individuals should base their decision to have plastic surgery performed on their own personal goals, and advice they receive from a medical professional who has their best interests in mind.”

    Makemeheal.com recommends taking Heidi’s advice with a grain of salt and a phone call to your own plastic surgeon.

    Read the complete celebrity plastic surgery profile of Heidi Montag on Plasticopedia, the largest celebrity plastic surgery encyclopedia.

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    September 20, 2010 in Celebrity Plastic Surgery by Sam Stets | 3 Comments

    Did Heidi Montag Break up Over Plastic Surgery?

    Heidi Montag’s latest plastic surgery complaint? Not only did it make it difficult to exercise, but according to the reality star, plastic surgery is also responsible for breaking up her marriage to reality villain Spencer Pratt.

    23-year old Heidi underwent 10 cosmetic surgery procedures in one day(See Make Me Heal’s story on Heidi Montag’s plastic surgery). And it wasn’t the first time she had gone under the knife. Now, in addition to the pain of healing, Heidi is also experiencing the pain of separation.

    Heidi Montag, Plastic Surgery

    In an interview with Life & Style magazine, Heidi says, “Spencer begged me not to get the first surgery and it almost broke up our relationship.”

    “Then he begged me not to get the second one and it did break our relationship. It was just so much pressure. No one wants to be taking care of his wife – who looks like she was in a horrific accident – 24 hours a day, when he begged her not to do it in the first place. Spencer didn’t sign up for this in our marriage.”


    Miami plastic surgeon Dr. Michael Salzhauer says, “ I don’t believe that plastic surgery did indeed ruin Heidi Montag’s marraige.  Heidi seemed to have a problem with self-image and perhaps her self-confidence to have undergone so many procedures to “perfect” herself.  Whether this feeling came from her husband or just self induced, if you do not truly love yourself how can you expect anyone else to, right?!  I think that is more likely to be the issue that broke up her marriage.”

    Dr. Paul S. Nassif, a Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgeon and Rhinoplasty Specialist in Beverly Hills, Calif., says, “ They are completely separate issues, and plastic surgery is an individual preference that one may have performed for their own personal reasons.”

    Spencer reportedly had to help Heidi go to the bathroom after her procedures and told People magazine that Heidi’s cosmetic surgery recovery was, “worst experience of his life.”

    While Heidi and Spencer attended therapy sessions on The Hills, Makemeheal.com thinks Heidi may want to attend alone, sans cameras.

    Read the complete celebrity plastic surgery profile of Heidi Montag on Plasticopedia, the largest celebrity plastic surgery encyclopedia.

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    September 17, 2010 in Celebrity Plastic Surgery by Lisa Stern | Leave a Comment

    Asclera FDA Approved For Varicose Veins Treatment

    If you’ve been too shy to wear shorts for the summer weather because of unsightly varicose veins, you may have better luck next year. The FDA has approved Asclera, an injectable treatment for swollen or twisted veins that are considered varicose.

    Spider Veins, Asclera

    Asclera is an injection that works by damaging blood vessels. Although that may sound counterproductive, Asclera actually causes veins to close and hence reduces the appearance of varicose or spider veins on the legs or other areas.

    Spider Veins, Asclera

    If you have minor varicose veins, Asclera may be right for you. The injection is approved to close spider veins and reticular veins (both smaller veins that are mostly an aesthetic issue) in the lower extremities of both men and women. Asclera is not right for people with serious medical conditions, people who are taking certain medications or people with more severe varicose veins. Pregnant women should also not receive Asclera injections.

    Asclera is a simple outpatient procedure with no associated downtime. The Asclera injection itself has anesthetic properties, which can increase the patient’s comfort during the procedure. Before the patient receives injections, a physician applies a topical anesthetic. Depending on the site being treated and the number of veins, the treatment usually takes between 30 to 45 minutes.

    Spider Veins, Asclera

    Patients should see results after anywhere from one to three treatments, and improvement can appear in as little as a few days.

    Spider Veins, Asclera

    Although Asclera is a relatively straightforward procedure and recovery should be fairly simple, there are possible side effects. These include damaged blood vessels, or hematoma, at the sight of the injection, bruising, discoloration, leakage, blood pooling at the injection sight, or pain. Some patients may have an allergic reaction to Asclera. Side effects are usually minor and should subside on their own, but you should be careful to monitor your condition if you experience any adverse effects after receiving Asclera.

    Learn More About Asclera

    Learn more by going to the Asclera Channel on Makemeheal.com.

    You can visit the www.asclera.com for more information Asclera’s availability and cost.

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    September 17, 2010 in Body Procedures,Procedures & Breakthroughs by Chelsea Mize | Leave a Comment

    Dancing with the Stars: New Cast, New Plastic Surgery

    The new season of Dancing with the Stars begins next week and with the new cast, are new reports of plastic surgery.

    Season 11 of Dancing with the Stars begins next week and it is filled with Makemeheal.com plastic surgery alumni and some newbies as well.

    Here’s a look at the cast and their possible plastic surgery, in no particular order:

    Jennifer Grey, Plastic Surgery

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    50-year old Jennifer Grey is better known for getting a nose job that slowed her career, than her for her role in the 1987 film Dirty Dancing. More recently, Jennifer has likely used anti aging procedures including Botox and facial fillers like Juvederm. buy Plan B online

    Dr. Paul S. Nassif, a Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgeon and Rhinoplasty Specialist in Beverly Hills, Calif., said, “Jennifer Grey had rhinoplasty performed at one point in her life. She also appears to have had Botox and facial fillers.”

    The Oc Register reports, “Grey recently told an interviewer that her plastic surgery was the worst mistake of her life, because afterward she was ‘no longer recognizable as the girl from the film ‘Dirty Dancing’ just somebody who looked a bit like her.’”

    She’s quoted as saying, “I went in the operating theatre a celebrity – and come out anonymous. It was like being in a witness protection program or being invisible.”

    diflucan online “I remember going to a restaurant where I had been going for years. I ran into people I knew and would say, ‘Hey.’ Nothing.”

    “I’ll always be this once-famous actress nobody recognizes… because of a nose job.”

    Miami plastic surgeon Dr. Michael Salzhauer says, “Jennifer Grey has had multiple facial cosmetic surgeries including a Rhinoplasty.”

    Audrina Patridge, Plastic Surgery

    25-year old reality star Audrina Partridge is often the subject of plastic surgery rumors, from oversized breast implants to a nose job (See Make Me Heal’s story on Audrina Partridges’ plastic surgery). Dr. Nassif says, “Audrina Patridge is still very young. She has had rhinoplasty performed, as her nose appears different from earlier photos. There is also a slim possibility of Botox and facial fillers. Any work was performed conservatively and she still looks great. “

    Dr. Salzhauer says, “Audrina Patridge appears to have had a breast augmentation, Rhinoplasty and Botox.”

    David Hasselhoff, Plastic Surgery

    58-year old Baywatch star David Hasselhoff has admitted to using Botox, but has denied a facelift, despite the suspicions of plastic surgeons. (See Make Me Heal’s story on David Hasselhoff’s plastic surgery).

    “Maybe a little Botox here and there,” says a representative for Hasselhoff,“but absolutely no face-lift, he hasn’t had one! No work at all.”

    Dr. Nassif says, “David Hasselhoff appears to have had Botox and facial fillers. There is also a chance he had a facelift performed at some point. Overall, any work performed was conservative, and he does not appear overdone.”

    Dr. Salzhauer says, “David Hasselhoff appears to have had Botox and dermal fillers.”

    76-year old star of The Brady Bunch looks as though she’s been dabbling in plastic surgery over the years, having a facelift, blepharoplasty, nose job and Botox and facial fillers like Restylane, all with excellent results.

    Dr. Salzhauer says, ” Florence Henderson appears to have had a blepharoplasty (eyelid lift), Botox to forehead and dermal fillers to cheeks.”

    Dr. Nassif says, “Florence Henderson appears to have had Botox, facial fillers, a facelift, eyelid surgery and possibly a rhinoplasty. She looks good for 76, and would not benefit from any additional procedures at this time. “

    Rick Fox, Plastic Surgery

    41-year old former basketball star Rick Fox may have taken a page from ex-wife Vanessa William’s book (See Make Me Heal’s story on Vanessa William’s plastic surgery), and gotten Botox injections as well as had a browlift and/or eyelid surgery. Dr. Salzhauer says, “ Rick Fox appears to have had Botox and possible eyelid and/or eyebrow cosmetic procedures.”

    Michael Bolton, Plastic Surgery

    57-year old Michael Bolton hasn’t had plastic surgery yet, according to Dr. Salzhauer, but he may want to consider it. OcBody plastic surgeon Dr. John Di Saia tells the OC Register, “He could use some eyelid surgery and maybe a forehead lift. His skin is in good shape.”

    Margret Cho, Plastic Surgery

    41-year old comedian Margaret Cho has spoken against plastic surgery in the past, but may have had Botox injections in her forehead, according to Dr. Salzhauer.

    Brandy Norwood, Plastic Surgery

    31-year old R&B singer and actress Brandy Norwood may have had a nose job in the past and may have gotten Botox injections as well as facial fillers like Restylane for her return to television. Dr. Salzhauer says, “ Brandy Norwood appears to have refined her nose with a Rhinoplasty and Botox and fillers to her face.”

    Other celebrity figures entering the competition, including teenage pregnancy advocate Bristol Palin, Jersey Hills star Mike “The Situation” Sorrentino (See Make Me Heal’s story on The Situation’s plastic surgery situation), Kurt Warner and Disney star Kyle Massey don’t appear to have undergone cosmetic surgery, according to Dr. Salzhauer.

    Make Me Heal looks forward to seeing Jennifer Grey on the dance floor again, even without her famous onscreen partner, the late Patrick Swayze.

    Read the complete celebrity plastic surgery profile of the Dancing with the Stars cast on Plasticopedia, the largest celebrity plastic surgery encyclopedia.

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    Audrina Partridge on Plasticopedia,

    David Hasselhoff on Plasticopedia

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    September 17, 2010 in Asian Plastic Surgery,Awful/Bad Plastic Surgery,Black Plastic Surgery,Celebrity Plastic Surgery,Celebrity Plastic Surgery TV Show,Ethnic Plastic Surgery,Male Plastic Surgery by ericharatz | 1 Comment

    Chantelle Houghton Needed Therapy, Not Plastic Surgery

    Britain’s Big Brother star Chantelle Houghton rose to stardom by getting plastic surgery to mimic her idol, Katie Price. But after a messy divorce, Chantelle says she needed therapy, not plastic surgery.

    27-year old reality TV star, Chantelle Houghton who underwent drastic plastic surgery after breaking up with Ordinary Boys singer Preston, after just ten months of marriage, told her Big Brother housemates it would have been healthier to have therapy.

    Chantelle Houghton, Plastic Surgery

    A tearful Chantelle said: “I didn’t get over what happened when we split up and I’m only just realising so now I’m in here.”

    “I went and got my boobs done, face fillers and my lips done and I should have seen a therapist.”

    “I just wanted to completely change myself and look like a completely different person.”

    Makemeheal.com has heard of people fresh from a breakup making big purchases they later regret, and unfortunately plastic surgery sometimes falls into that category.


    Miami plastic surgeon Dr. Michael Salzhauer says, “A divorce can be a very emotional and traumatic event in a person’s life.  It is important to acknowledge and treat any emotional issues before moving on to treating any physical ones. Many new divorcees do see plastic surgery as a way to creating their “new life” and “new beginning” and that’s with a new look.  Wanting to look their best because they are now single or because they just want to feel more attractive and confident are often reasons why new divorcees decide to undergo plastic surgery.  As long as the patient is mentally healthy, plastic surgery can be a great way to boost self image and self confidence.   This idea goes along with my favorite quote,’ We all have an image of ourselves in our mind.  Change that image, and you can change your life.’”

    Dr. Paul S. Nassif, a Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgeon and Rhinoplasty Specialist in Beverly Hills, Calif., said, “Whether or not an individual decides to have a cosmetic procedure performed following a divorce is strictly up to them. It is not something that is uncommon.  However, plastic surgery is no replacement for therapy, as the two are completely different things and should be kept in separate categories.”

    Chantelle has been overworked on before, with or without divorce. She originally got implants to follow in the footsteps of her idol Jordan and has since expressed regret over getting other cosmetic surgery procedures like lip fillers before(See Make Me Heal’s story on Chantelle’s plastic surgery).

    Hopefully Chantelle will learn to consult with a therapist before rushing off to the plastic surgeon to have a procedure she may later regret.

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

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    September 16, 2010 in Celebrity Plastic Surgery by Ruby Marr | Leave a Comment

    More Plastic Surgery for Denise Richards?

    Recent bikini photos of Denise Richards revealed more than just an amazing body. They also seemed to reveal a new face.

    39-year old Denise Richards isn’t the best actress in the world, but she is awfully good at looking good. Recently Denise revealed that she had plastic surgery to help her achieve her lust worthy body, undergoing several breast implant procedures before finally settling on her current size (See Make Me Heal’s story on Denise Richards’ breast augmentation).

    Denise Richards, Plastic Surgery

    New recent photos on the web sparked interest in Denise’s face, rather than her breasts, as she has a slightly different looking face than she used to, which could be the result of facial fillers like Radiesse.

    Miami plastic surgeon Dr. Michael Salzhauer says, “Denise Richards may have been treated with some facial fillers to give her that wide look to her face.”

    Denise looks good, and Makemeheal.com thinks plastic surgery could be part of the reason.

    Read the complete plastic surgery profile of Denise Richards on Plasticopedia, the largest celebrity plastic surgery encyclopedia.

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    September 16, 2010 in Celebrity Plastic Surgery by Jet H. Ross | Leave a Comment