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Kristen Chenoweth Goes Under the Knife

Kristen Chenoweth has always been a doll. Her petite frame, stunning smile, and outgoing personality have allowed her to win the hearts of many idolizing fans. But lately, many of her fans have asked just what Kristen has been up to in regards to plastic surgery.

At 45 years old, it is no surprise that this Hollywood star has begun to feel the “need” to stay youthful and attractive. However, it seems lately that she has been taking her cosmetic surgery a little far. Almost everything about her face seems different. Rumors are abounding about everything from Botox, to dental veneers, to cheek implants, to a nose job. While none of these surgeries are new to Hollywood, the combined effect for Kristen makes her seem a bit too plastic.

While it does appear that a skilled surgeon performed her rhinoplasty to refine the tip of her nose and narrow the bridge, this surgery combined with fuller cheeks and a perfectly pressed forehead do not show Kristen as the youthful doll she has been known for. She looks more like a celebrity who needed lots of work and had it done. But with Kristen, this was not the case.

Dr. Stong is dedicated to helping others see their own beauty and maximize potential through cosmetic procedures. While Kristen is still gorgeous at 45, we actually prefer her post surgery. Dr. Stong works with patients in order to help them achieve the results they desire, and to leave looking more beautiful than before.

Posted on behalf of Kalos Facial Plastic Surgery

371 East Paces Ferry Rd, Suite 850
Atlanta, GA 30305

Phone: (404) 963-6665

Disclaimer: These Are Actual Results For Patients Of Dr. Benjamin Stong. Plastic & Cosmetic Surgery Results Can Vary Between Patients.