Kaley Cuoco, leading lady and television star of the hit syndicated sitcom The Big Bang Theory (BBT) has confirmed the media’s suspicions that she has in fact turned to plastic surgery and cosmetic enhancement to solidify her aesthetic image in the public eye. In a recent interview with Women’s Health Cuoco revealed, “Years ago, I had my nose done. And my boobs. Best thing I ever did.”
Fans of the show and even the general masses are shocked by her admission. Traditionally speaking, actors and actresses of the past would never confess or acknowledge their choice to go under the knife or undergo a little noninvasive maintenance. However, modern day headliners and social influencers have no shame in their Botox game- especially since sometimes these celebrities go a bit overboard and the lack of facial expressions and movements shows it’s written all over their injected faces- they try and beat us to the punch.
With plastic surgery becoming progressively common, nonexclusive to young Hollywood, why are individuals still hesitant to divulge the truth behind the work they’ve done”? Pressure to keep up with the fillers is causing the latest trend-setting, youthifying facial treatments and nonsurgical beautification processes being identified as simply “routine”. While we commend Kaley for her honesty, there are still famous stars who will never own up to the ideals of being au natural. Celebrity Before & Afters has been dedicated to analyzing the tell-tale signs of cosmetic solutions and procedures among the media entertainers.
Dr. Monica Tadros is a distinguished Facial Plastic Surgeon & Reconstructive Surgeon and Educator. She has offices located on Park Avenue in Manhattan and in Bergen County, New Jersey. Dr. Tadros specializes in rhinoplasty, sinus surgery, and plastic surgery in NJ. She is one of a small number of surgeons to attain dual board certification in Otolaryngology-Head & Neck Surgery and Facial Plastic & Reconstructive Surgery and has combined the two specialties in her unique practice of aesthetic medicine. Here she helps us find the wrinkles in detecting what to look for when wondering if they did or didn’t have plastic surgery.
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- Scars or Skin Tags: Ever wonder what happened to Enrique’s mole? Samsies. It didn’t just vanish, it had to be surgically removed. Sometimes it is something minor like the abstraction of skin abnormalities for health concerns or aesthetic reasons, but regardless the disappearing act of scars or beauty marks are an easy giveaway. It’s all in the details. Check for the visibility of facelift scars (e.g., or other facial deformities/incisions) or locations near or targeting the hips and/or midsection for liposuction marks. Scars caused by breast implants appear under the breast tissue or close to the armpits.
- Puffiness: When lips or cheeks seem fuller or puffy, there is a solid chance some type of formula has been injected inside, inflating those infamous duck-ish features.
- Sharp & Precise Angles:Facial fillers help to add more structure and balance. So when you are seeing individuals with severe turns and ridges on their face or extreme curves sculpting their body, a needle is never too far behind.
- Fixed expression:You know when girls snap those ‘typical’ selfies, acting all surprised, yet sexy and unassuming, well what if their manifestation wasn’t just a filtered performance at all? A staple, frozen expression highlighting the contours we all deem attractive and desire, basically just leaves us wondering, Disport? Restylane? Juvederm? Botox?
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- Body Parts Defying Gravity: Sagging is a part of evolution and the unavoidable aging process. Whether it’s supple, perky breasts or voluminous, lifted skin, if things don’t hang low it is most likely because they’re being held up.
- Carry-on Luggage: Disproportionate? Off-balance? Makes absolute zero sense… For instance, a five-foot, 87 lbs. woman with double D boobies, usually requires the assistance of a board-certified professional or physician.
- Don’t Match the Rest:Like choosing the wrong shade of bronzer, this is a frequent error. Although neck tucks or hand procedures are now not only possible, but also popular, many individuals have forgotten to pay close attention to their maturing, stretched out, and often thinning skin on smaller areas.
- Constant Fluctuation or Drastic Makeover:We aren’t just talking about bad hair days and good hair days. Despite scientific data which does display that one’s hormones, mood, diet, daily activities, environment and/or medications can and will affect one’s aesthetic, even by the hour, dramatic changes overnight simply are not conceivable- unless parts of you are not really you that is.
Just give it up already… We’ve examined the evidence and the obvious, yet most individuals are still denying having had plastic surgery.
However, when your transformation goes beyond a clean diet and exercise program, the crowd is going to speculate. We understand it is your story to tell, and I’m sure you have your own personal reasons, but the denials lead to people gossiping, and more often than not, unflattering excuses and alternative explanations.
Statistics from the American Society of Plastic Surgeons show that from 2000 to 2015 the number of cosmetic procedures (surgery plus minimally invasive) per year in the U.S. has jumped from 7.4 million to 15.9 million, which is about one procedure for every 16 adults in the U.S. So look around and do the math! More celebrities, especially those who rely heavily on their money-making faces need to take a page out of Cuoco’s book before the paparazzi splashes it across a rag-mag.