People magazine recently sat down with the cast of Vanderpump Rules, a reality TV series that airs on Bravo, to discuss their love of Botox and even plastic surgery. The cast seems to be huge fans, and they aren’t afraid to discuss it, either. Stassi Schroeder, Jax Taylor, and Scheana Marie were all open and honest.
Jax Taylor, heartthrob and fashion extraordinaire, is certainly not ashamed to talk about the work he’s had done. In the interview, he said, “I embrace it.” He has had three nose jobs and claims to be a huge fan who will talk about it with anyone who cares to listen. By looking at Jax, you’d never really know he’d been under the knife that many times. This is a complement to his surgeon, though, who has managed to make Jax happy with gorgeous, masculine, yet completely natural features. He joked with Stassi about chin implants and matching breast reductions, too.
If you’re thinking about facial feminization surgery, it’s important to consult with surgeons to discuss things like goals, recommendations, and even price estimates. To get the most out of your FFS consultation, it’s important to ask the right questions. The guidelines below will help you get the information you need so you can make the best choice for your unique needs.
If there’s one question you should always ask any surgeon, it’s about his or her board certifications. It’s vital to choose a surgeon who has the right education. In fact, patients often travel to other countries since international doctors often offer significantly lower prices, but it’s important to note that these surgeons are not always board certified, which means they lack the education required to keep you healthy and safe.
When Hollywood speaks people sure do listen – especially when it comes to plastic surgery. In a recent interview with Kaley Cuoco she describes just how much she loves her plastic surgery work.
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Although the number of people who opt to have cosmetic surgery continues to go up each and every year, the number of people talking about it doesn’t really change much. Why are so many people so reluctant to admit or discuss their surgeries? Some of the reasons may surprise you.
There are some people who have elective cosmetic procedures feel as if they are flawed in some way, and they believe surgery will improve them. For many of those people, admitting to the surgery is the same as admitting their flaws – the flaws they went under the knife and paid a lot of money to reverse. As such, these people may avoid the topic, laugh off any mention of their improved look, or even get nervous or defensive when asked if they’ve had a procedure. Doing so would mean admitting that they were imperfect to begin with, and that defeats the purpose of the surgery.
People have plastic surgery for many different reasons, and the clear majority of those people seek advice long before they ever start looking for a surgeon. Unfortunately, not all the advice they receive is sound, and in some cases, it’s downright terrible. Here are some examples of the worst advice we’ve ever heard about plastic surgery.
Some of the people who seek plastic surgery think that changing the way they look will make people like them. In fact, recent surveys have shown a startling trend. More and more people over age 50 in the workplace are having plastic surgery to “compete” with their younger coworkers. They feel that by looking younger, they’ll be considered for the same promotions, perks, and benefits as their younger counterparts. This is often not the case. Much as you should never have plastic surgery to please someone else, you shouldn’t do it to compete, either. It’s all about feeling good in your own skin and reflecting on the outside what you feel on the inside.
Ivanka Trump has been in the social spotlight since the day she was born. In fact, many people can remember her when she was just a child. Her father, president-elect Donald Trump, has enjoyed a lifetime of success in several business, media, and now political endeavors. It comes as no surprise that women are already starting to get plastic surgery to look just like her.
Recently, the television show Nightline featured two women – Tiffany Taylor, age 33, and Jenny Stuart, age 36 – who are spending tens of thousands of dollars to look just like the famed Ivanka Trump. Tiffany claims that Ivanka is her idol, and she’s had numerous surgeries to emulate her physical appearance. They include breast augmentation, cheek injections, eyelifts, liposuction, and rhinoplasty. Jenny had liposuction, a buttock lift, rhinoplasty, breast augmentation, and rounds of facial fillers all against the wishes of her family.
When it comes to erasing the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles or plumping up the cheeks and lips, many patients aren’t sure whether dermal fillers or facial and lip implants will be the right choice for them. Below are a few comparisons with regards to the safety of implants versus dermal filler products.
1. Easily Reversible if Need Be
After dermal fillers are injected into the cheeks or lips, the effects of them will usually remain visible for between 4 and 8 months. However, implants last for many years, but can be removed at any time if a patient is no longer happy with the appearance of them.
Many people think choosing a plastic surgeon is as easy as performing an online search and then shopping around to see which one of them can perform the services they require at the best prices possible. However, this could not be further from the truth. Before choosing a surgeon, it’s not only important to verify that they are certified by the American Board of Plastic Surgery; it’s also crucial that you see as many of their ‘before and after’ photos as possible.
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