According to a recent article in MSNBC.com, Real Housewives’ Danielle Staub has revealed that she went under a plastic surgeon’s knife to correct breast asymmetry caused by uneven breast implants.
In the “Real Housewives of New Jersey,” Danielle Staub recently went under the knife to get her cosmetically-botched breasts evened out since one was bigger — and higher — than the other.
Maybe if I had an endless amount of money I’d have surgery, but it’s more like why bother at this point,” she says. “It’s irritating and you have to learn to dress for your figure.
2010 is a distant memory, but the celebs who’ve benefitted and suffered from plastic surgery are here to stay. Here is a list of Dr. Youn’s Best and Worst Celebrity Plastic Surgeries of 2010:
5. Alexa Ray Joel – Rhinoplasty – Subtle, but nicely done. Alexa admitted the surgery to People Magazine, stating, “I was thinking about getting this for years. It’s always bothered me a little bit. I was self-conscious of pictures taken from the side.”
4. Lisa Rinna – Lip reduction – Good for her! Lisa’s famous trout-pout was downsized earlier this year as she underwent lip reduction surgery. Her lips now have ‘normal’ proportions and look great. Although my peeps tell me she may have had some minor complications, everything looks great. Nice job by Beverly Hills plastic surgeon Dr. Garth Fisher.
3. Jane Fonda – Facelift, lower blepharoplasty – Ten years after saying she would not have plastic surgery, Jane decided to go under the knife. In her blog, she admitted, “I just had some ‘work’ done on my chin and neck and had the bags taken away from under my eyes…” After surgery photos reveal a youthful look without appearing pulled or tight.
2. Kate Hudson – Breast augmentation (unverified) – Kate appears to have had a conservative breast augmentation this year, likely going from a AA to a nice B. Even better, she didn’t get back together with that creepy Chris Robinson from the Black Crowes.
And the number one Best Plastic Surgery of 2010 is….
1. Julie Bowen – Breast Augmentation (unverified) – The star of my favorite program on TV (Modern Family) and one of my all-time favorite shows (ED) looks fantastic. Julie’s breasts fit her body well and are not excessively large, therefore look fairly natural.
Jessica Alba has one of the most killer bodies in Hollywood, and after having had two children, RadarOnline.com has exclusively learned her secret to staying slim is laser liposuction treatments!
According to an insider, Jessica, 31, went to the Beauty Park Medical Spa in Santa Monica, Calif. on Tuesday afternoon where she received their i-LIPO treatment on her stomach and thighs, as well as two cortisone shots.
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“Jessica had some laser liposuction treatment, which is a far less invasive way of melting away unwanted pockets of fat,” the source told RadarOnline.com.
“She looks absolutely amazing already and really doesn’t need any help at all but she said she still feels self-conscious about the ‘stubborn fat’ that she can’t get rid of with exercise alone, so this is the ideal way of blasting them.”
Breast asymmetry reconstruction is a procedure that requires tremendous skill. In fact, components of the operation include 1) augmentation mammoplasty procedure; 2) breast reduction; and 3) breast lifting procedures. Only experienced Board Certified Plastic and Reconstructive Surgeons should be performing breast asymmetry surgical repair. In general, breast asymmetry reconstruction requires changing one breast volume in order to create symmetry with the contralateral side.
Example No. 1 below shows a patient with significant bilateral breast hypertrophy with Grade 3 ptosis bilaterally. The right breast is a 36E size breast, the left is a “B.” In order to properly repair her breast, reconstructing it, she underwent a straight breast reduction procedure using the inferior pedicle Wise-pattern technique on the right and a breast lift on the left with a small 200 cc saline implant.
Example No. 2 shows breast asymmetry requiring a larger saline implant on the left with a straight formal mastopexy on the right to regain symmetry.
The third result shows breast asymmetry repaired with simply breast implants of different volumes. The right implant was a 510 cc implant and the left 420 cc. This allowed for excellent symmetry of her breasts.
Breast asymmetry is an operation that requires skill and experience and the surgery leads to extraordinarily satisfied patients, especially when they are trying to recreate a normal appearance to their breasts.
Do the thread-based brow lifts work? Yesterday I watched a TiVo’d Dr. 90210 episode from 2 weeks back where Dr. Jason Diamond performed a browlift on a woman using threads. In the television show, the facial cosmetic surgeon described how these sutures work to lift the brow to a nicer position and are the newest, best thing going today. These threads can perform a brow lift without REAL surgery! Sounds too good to be true, right?
Unfortunately, it is. He subsequently wrote an article in this month’s Plastic Surgery Products magazine describing how these thread-based lifts do not work. He’s performed over a dozen of them, virtually all with zero visible results. He concluded his article by stating that these suture brow lifts do not work. In addition, he included the photos of the very same patient on Dr. 90210 whom he recently used to show the entire viewing public how great this procedure is! Now I suppose that this must show truth in advertising, as ONE of the two claims must be true. Either it is the best new procedure going today, or a complete sham. I would bet on the latter. It just shows that while you can’t necessarily believe everything you see on TV
So, as the title says, I just noticed some rippling when I was in the shower. I can mostly just feel it, but it’s a tiny bit noticeable when I bend over. I felt it at the bottom of my cleavage (both implants) and I can see it at the top of my right breast when I bend over. It looks horrible, I’ve never experienced rippling before, and I’ve had implants for over 3 years now! My last surgery was 4.5 months ago.
I’ve been using tight sports bras (so they’re squished together for the most part) – can this make the implants ripple more?
The implants I have now are soft gels, textured implants (1000 cc’s), above the muscle. I’m considering 1200-1300 cc’s, I’m worried this size will just make this problem even worse now? Would it be enough space to place them under the muscle? Maybe I have to change to a firmer type of gel?Next Page »