It seems there is nothing that can’t be surgically altered, human or otherwise. Here’s a few weird plastic surgeries that caught our eye.
Plastic Surgery for Pooches
Is your pooch looking a little rough around the edges? Maybe Spot needs a facelift. In plastic surgery meccas around the world, from Brazil to Beverly Hills, plastic surgery for pets is gaining in popularity. Some procedures are for mere aesthetic reasons, while other breeds eventually require surgeries that amount to cosmetic to help keep them healthy, especially in breeds with heavy skin folds that can become infected. Plastic surgery is reportedly gaining in popularity despite the protests of animal rights activists.
Prenatal Plastic Surgery
In what is likely a hoax, reports of prenatal plastic surgery have amassed on the web. The story goes Rhonda Hackensakis had a large nose and eventually got a nose job when she was an adult. Now pregnant, Rhonda has opted to have her fetus have a rhinoplasty in embryo, so that scarring can heal faster and the nose will look more natural than if done after birth. Rhonda feels that by having her child undergo plastic surgery before it arrives in the world, it will be saved from the teasing she had when she was a girl growing up with a big nose
Asian Calf Reduction
In an attempt to become more Westernized, in addition to eyelid surgeries, calf reduction is becoming more popular in Asia, especially in Korea. Although calf implants are popular, especially in men, many people wishing to achieve the skinny legged look found in magazines are hoping to reduce the size of their calves. Traditionally Asians do not have a lot of fat in their legs, so doctors don’t use liposuction as they do in Western countries. Instead, doctors sever tendons or inject Botox in order to weaken the leg muscles.
Do your own dimples
If you think Dimples are cute, but you don’t have them, consider “Dimple Fabrication.” Dimples can be created without incisions, so you walk in to the plastic surgeon without dimples and leave with dimples.
Source: LAM Facial Plasticsnone