On the table, celebrities tell their nightmare plastic surgery stories

On the table, celebrities tell their nightmare plastic surgery stories

Updated on July 21, 2022 10:40 AM by Andrew Koschiev

The Naples Daily News and USA TODAY recently investigated a plastic surgery clinic in Miami and a nearby facility overseen by the same doctor, finding eight casualties in six years, an unprecedented number for the state. A factory-like surgery center in Miami is not the only place where plastic surgery is dangerous. It has been common practice for celebrities and aspiring celebrities to spend thousands on top-notch surgery, with dangerous consequences. Several celebrities, such as Sharon Osbourne, Heidi Montag, and Yolanda Hadid, have spoken out about cosmetic procedures and plastic surgery ramifications in recent years.

Heidi Montag

Montag underwent more than one procedure when she went under the knife. As part of "The Hills" star's 10-procedure day in 2010, she had liposuction for her neck and brows, a nose job revision, a chin reduction, hearing aid pins, a second breast augmentation, fat injections in her cheeks, liposuction for her waist, hips and inner thighs, botox in her forehead and buttock enhancements.Since having her implants removed in 2014, her breast size has dropped to a C-cup from an F-cup following the breast augmentation. She told Us Weekly that she couldn't comprehend how heavy they were in her body. My chest felt like bowling balls were hitting it. The guys looking at my big boobs seemed entitled to stare at me creepily.Then she told me that her breasts had fallen out of her chest, and she got scared. The situation is hazardous. They can reach your belly button. During an interview with Paper Magazine in 2018, she also discussed complications related to her surgery. There was a moment when she died. She needed 24-hour nursing care after that much surgery, and Spencer did not want to leave my side. As a result of the pain being so severe, she had Demerol administered to me at a recovery center. She was notified by my security guards that Heidi's heart had stopped. It won't be possible for her to survive. It's not a good idea to cut yourself up.

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Yolanda Hadid

After fighting Lyme disease for almost a decade, the former "Real Housewives of Beverly Hills" star has revealed that she had her implants removed and her fillers dissolved to identify the source of the disease. Immediately after appearing on the show, she became ill.

According to ABC News, she has never worked with a normal brain on that show. It was a constant struggle to keep my job and maintain my financial stability. A ruptured implant caused silicone to leak into Hadid's chest cavity, which she says aggravated her Lyme disease symptoms. She had one implant removed in 2015.

Taking it all out, she captioned a photo on Instagram: Living in a body free of breast implants, fillers, botox, extensions, and everything she thought she would need to keep up with society's ideas of what a beautiful woman should look like until she almost died.

Sharon Osbourne

In her 2013 book, Unbreakable, Osbourne has always been transparent about her procedures. In addition to tweaking, stretching, peeling, lasing, veneering, enhancing, or removing portions of my face, Osbourne says there's not much he hasn't worked on.

However, there have been various reasons underlying Osbourne's surgeries, and some don't pertain to cosmetics. Although she has undergone a double mastectomy and battling colon cancer, she has said she is done with surgery. She said she has been looking at pictures of herself recently since losing weight.

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Jennifer Grey

Grey is best known for her role in the film "Dirty Dancing," but her life changed when she underwent a nose job. As a result of the surgery on her nose in 1989, Grey said that her appearance was altered entirely and adversely affected her job prospects. Her nose job was the worst she'd ever had. My nose job has made me an actress no one ever recognizes.

During a 1999 interview with The Washington Post, Grey said he decided to make fun of his fiasco. An interview with The Mirror in 2012 revealed that she entered a hospital as a celebrity but walked out anonymously. The procedure was just a nose job, and it is absurd to believe that such havoc could result from something as simple as a nose job.

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Courteney Cox

Injectable fillers in her face were dissolved by the former "Friends" star. All of my filters have been dissolved. Cox told New Beauty in 2017 that she feels better because she looks like herself. My appearance now resembles that of who she used to be. My naturalness is the best it can be.

There will be changes in the future. There will be a drop in everything. You are trying to keep it from dropping and making me look fake. It helps if you have thin skin like me because you need movement on your face. There are no wrinkles there - those are smile lines. Embracing trends and realizing fillers aren't my friend has taught me to embrace the movement.

Reid Ewing

A HuffPost essay by Ewing revealed how plastic surgery helped him cope with his body dysmorphia. In 2008, the star of "Modern Family" underwent plastic surgery believing he would suddenly resemble Brad Pitt. Instead, it was a nightmare, he wrote, as he awoke screaming and sobbing in pain. Even though the doctor told him to calm down repeatedly, he couldn't. The staff and he seem to have tried to keep their laughter under control, while he could not help but scream.

In the aftermath of the surgery, Ewing said he went into hiding. The hydrocodone he used got me high when he stayed at a hotel. His reaction when it came time to remove the bandages was not what he had expected. It was impossible to make any excuse for my impossibly swollen face.

During this time, he was 20 years old, he said. Two other doctors would perform several more procedures on me over the next few years. His undergoing these procedures coincided with his appearance on Modern Family.

As a result of all the implants being removed and my experimentation with injectable fillers and fat transfers, he spent most of the time on camera. Despite not wholly opposing cosmetic procedures, he warns people about the dangers. Since then, he has stopped getting surgeries.

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Dana Delany

In an interview with Delany, she revealed her experience with a botched botox procedure. She told Prevention Magazine in 2010 that doctor error is something nobody talks about. It's worth a try, my dermatologist told me. Her treatment caused a significant hematoma on my forehead after he injected me.

There has been no activity in the nerve since then. Since it affected my right eye muscle, it started drooping a little. She said she was symmetrical before and now is not, and she noticed it more than anybody else.

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Adrienne Bailon

She admitted to getting breast implants on "The Real" when discussing her decision. In 2014, Bailon told E News that she had breast implants when she was 19. From feeling insecure about my breast size to now looking like a pornstar, she went from feeling uncertain to looking confident.

Before she started filming Cheetah Girls 2, she had surgery. It was actually between the first and second films for Cheetah Girls. She is sure Disney executives thought she looked like a 16-year-old after she did the first movie.

Kenny Rogers

Plastic surgery was a gamble for Kenny Rogers - and he lost. According to People magazine, the country crooner is unhappy about his botched eyelid lift in 2006. In the 70s, he was a scruffy, masculine man with tight eyelids, but he no longer looks like that. This drives me crazy.

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Donatella Versace

Her overly plump upper lip is the first thing that stands out about Donatella Versace. Lips are typically 50 percent larger on the lower side than the upper side of the mouth. The proportions are reversed in Versace's case, resulting in a trout pout. As a result of multiple laser treatments, the designer's skin seems waxy.

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Michael Jackson

Michael Jackson was a classic case of body dysmorphic disorder (BDD), having his nose whittled down, his skin lightened, a chin implant, and lip augmentation. Due to a psychiatric condition, people with BDD cannot see themselves as others. Because of this unrealistic view, BDD sufferers seek to correct a problem that does not exist by undergoing multiple cosmetic surgeries.

Jocelyn Wildenstein

The case of Jocelyn Wildenstein illustrates how plastic surgery can go wrong. Her misguided attempt to win back her husband led her to undergo dozens of plastic surgeries. As well as brow lift, facelift, lip plumping injections, chin augmentation, fat grafting, and cheek implants, canthopexy, which elevates the eyes to make them appear cat-like, she might have had chin augmentation and chin augmentation.

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Mickey Rourke

As well as undergoing a facelift and upper eyelid lift, Mickey Rourke appears to have undergone hair transplantation. Dr. Youn says Rourke's sideburns seem to have been lost due to a poorly done facelift. It is also a telltale of a facelift that his earlobe is now attached to the ear, and his ear curve has changed.

Carrot Top

According to Dr. Youn, Carrot Top resembles a muscle-bound cartoon character more than ever. According to Dr. Youn, there has been a lot of change in his face over the years, maybe resulting from laser treatments or chemical peels. At least he hasn't attacked the eyelids, although he may do so shortly.


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