Curated From Twitter via W magazine tweet ….Kim, a San Francisco surgeon, attracts tech titans, West Coast socials, and other highfliers with his technical virtuosity and conservative approach (ski jumps, after all, are so 20 years ago). “A good rhinoplasty looks like you were born with it,” he says. (drkimfacialplastics.
However, when promoting her first title, The Body Book, in 2014, Diaz told Entertainment Tonight that she had tried Botox and it had changed her face—not for the better. "I've tried [Botox] before, where it was like a little tiny touch of something.
Mendieta, a Miami plastic surgeon who hits mostly below the belt. “Ten years ago, surgeons didn’t look at the area artistically, but now everyone wants a prettier, shapelier butt. ” His own posterior paradigm?
However, Diaz doesn't judge anyone who wants to go under the needle. "They're to help people feel a little better about themselves," she told the Huffington Post in May 2016. "If they do feel better about themselves, then those procedures have worked.
It changed my face in such a weird way that I was like, 'No, I don't want to be like that,'" Diaz said. "I'd rather see my face aging than a face that doesn't belong to me at all.
London’s Dirk Kremer eradicates “turkey neck” with a combination of liposuction and something called the iGuide neck lift, which uses long needles and thread to weave a “net” that helps support sagging jawline muscles. (harleystreetaesthetics.
The ophthalmic plastic surgeon Naresh Joshi is fashionable London’s go-to guy for eyes, period. It’s all he does.
In Brazil, where plastic surgeons are often as famous as the people they operate on, it’s refreshing to find one who prefers to stay under the radar.
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A guide to the 10 best plastic surgeons around the world: https://t.co/SIkT8dLryR— W magazine (@wmag) May 24, 2019