Saturday, 21 February 2015

When Plastic Surgery Disappoints

I just got quite interested in this post perhaps because of my profession as RN specializing in Burns and never knew that right? Ok,you just got it.Plastic surgery has done so much to correct so many abnormalities and many deformities.And many lives have been enhanced and many people given hope or chance of survival due to plastic surgery.
When many people here anyone talk about plastic surgery they immediately think of breast implants or butt enhancements.No,its not just about that as I have said above.

Well I repost this just for you to assess and judge if all the fuss sometimes about changing ones natural features for some mundane reasons is really worth it.These kind of surgeries usually are very expensive.
Some do this and come out looking better(in their mind and the eyes of their beholders) but is there anything as original as ones natural parts and features?

Once best known for her role as high school sweetheart Vicky in American Pie, Reid is now better known for her bungled liposuction and breast implant procedure, which she

received in 2004. Her bumpy breast scars, however, weren't as disconcerting as her spoiled belly: "I had body contouring, but it all went wrong," she said on The View. "My stomach became the most ripply, bulgy thing." Reid underwent reconstructive surgery in 2006, and posed for Playboy in 2009 to show off her fixed plastic surgery. Photos by Paul Smith/Featureflash (left) and FilmMagic (right).
Vice president of the high-fashion brand Versace, Donatella, 54, has gone through a series of surgeries since the 1990s. Among other adjustments, her most noticeable changes have

been to her nose and lips, and her trademark swollen smackers have scored her a spot on nearly every list of plastic surgery faux pas over the past few years—though there's no real published evidence that Versace herself is unhappy with the changes. Photo by Retna Ltd.

The still-active New York socialite married into a wealthy art-dealing family and began experimenting with plastic surgery in 1997, shortly before the demise of her 20-year

marriage. Having spent a reported $4 million on various procedures, which are speculated to include cheek implants and numerous facelifts, her dramatic changes have earned her the nickname "Bride of Wildenstein," along with "cat woman," due to her taut, feline-like appearance. Photos by Getty Images (left) and WireImage (right).


Michael and La Toya Jackson had an openly tumultuous relationship (she withdrew her family support during Michael's child molestation case), but it seems they had one thing in common: a love for plastic surgery—and perhaps one particular surgeon. In-common procedures include chin and cheek implants, along with the now signature Jackson family pointy nose. Photos by Getty Images (left) and Ritschel/interTOPICS/Retna Ltd.(Right)

During the second season of Beverly Hills, 90210, Spelling, who played the lovable Donna Martin, was chastised for her deformed breasts—complete with a severe chest depression. She denied having received a botched breast augmentation (for which she allegedly sued the doctor responsible), but finally confessed in 2008 to Entertainment Weekly: “I wanted to come clean that I had my boobs done in my 20s because people falsely write that I’ve had all these things done," she said, and later added, “I’ve had the two procedures that

probably every other woman in Hollywood has had done.” Photos by Retna Ltd.

Hey Mickey, you're not so fine…anymore. After his resurgence in the movie The Wrestler, fans were puzzled at the former boxer and screenwriter's plastic surgery–riddled appearance. Suspected surgeries, according to Dr. Youn, include a facelift (signified by the scars in front of his ears), upper eye lift and a hair transplant (signified by his reappearing sideburns and wispy, continuously forward-moving hairline). Photos by Retna Ltd. (left) and CAMERA

PRESS/Retna Ltd. (right).

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