As 2020 draws to a close, we at Davis Cosmetic Plastic Surgery wanted to look back on some of our most popular articles.
Today, we will focus on three celebrities that opened up about their plastic surgery procedures and their results. This inside “behind the scenes” look lets everyone see behind the curtain as if you were in their inner circle.
[In the upcoming weeks, DCPS will publish articles on the top videos and podcasts from 2020.]
The mother of two, actress, and the New York Times bestselling author of I Like You Just the Way I Am, speaks out about her love of injectables, particularly Botox.
“I think you just kind of have to accept and embrace what’s happening to you naturally,” she said. “And, if there’s something that you can maybe lessen, cool. But you sort of have to just ride the wave. That’s the exciting part about living in this age—solutions are popping up all the time.”
The Real Housewives of New York City’s Sonja Morgan has always been transparent about the plastic surgery she’s had. Still, her announcement on Instagram that she had a lower facelift and neck lift after season 12 of The Real Housewives of New York City has stirred a surprising amount of buzz.
“I just wanted to be rid of the wrinkling on my neck and the jowls that were starting to form…”
— And now for our most popular celebrity post on Dr. Davis’ blog…
Anna Faris is an American actress, producer, comedian, podcaster, and author. She rose to prominence for her work in comedic roles, particularly the lead part of Cindy Campbell in the Scary Movie films franchise.
Faris said she never had any regrets about her decision to go through with breast augmentation. But that doesn’t mean she’s not still surprised by her decision. “I kept thinking, Am I betraying my own gender by doing this?” she said.
These three articles captivated our site’s audience and our patients. As Ru Paul says, “Here’s all the tea” about Jenny, Sonja, and Anna.
As a plastic surgery practice in New Jersey, we applaud their openness and candor about their specific situations and procedures. It’s people this them who helps our patients make better more informed decisions for their own plastic surgery future.
If you have any questions about the procedures discussed in this article, or any other plastic surgery procedure, please contact our office and we can schedule a consultation.