In a world obsessed with appearances, celebrities are at an even higher level of scrutiny. They are not expected to look good – they are expected to look perfect. It is hardly surprising that almost everyone in Hollywood who winds up on the Big Screen has had some type of work done, but there are a few cosmetic procedures that seem almost required of everyone who hopes to make it big.
It is rumored that before any movie screening and filming that all leading actors and actresses receive Botox injections. Botox injections are famous for making wrinkles disappear so that celebrities look as young as possible on the Big Screen. It is a popular choice because it is relatively quick, painless, and about as minimally invasive as celebs can get before show time.
A facelift is also a very popular cosmetic procedure for celebs in Hollywood, though they must account for a little more recovery time before a photo shoot or filming. Wrinkles, sagging skin, and looking less than their actual ages are a must for celebs. And for those whose careers are reaching their end, a face-lift is practically a must have if they hope to have any work. Celebrities are known to just do just about anything it takes to keep the money pouring in from great movie roles.
Nose jobs (also known as Rhinoplasty) are quite popular among celebrities these days. For some reason the skinny nose is now the new nose, and many celebs have been known to change their noses quite drastically. On top of that, if anyone’s nose is described as less than ideal, you can bet that they will have a new nose before their next big role.
While all of these procedures are popular among Hollywood stars, they are also becoming more and more popular among regular folk. Dr. Benjamin Stong at Kalos Facial Plastic Surgery LLC offers these highly popular cosmetic procedures as well as many more. As a dual board certified surgeon, he offers the desired outcomes for all of his patients.
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