Thursday, October 10, 2013

Barack Obama Nose Job Plastic Surgery Before and After

Barack Obama got some plastic surgery nose job (rhinoplasty) before his campaign for the presidency started.  Nobody can be completely sure, but we don’t think so.  First, it is hard to say only with pictures, especially because they were taken with too much time between them.
Now, if we see pictures with similar angles and expressions there is not a big difference, his nose may look more defined in some of them, but the change is so subtle that we can’t be sure.

Early pictures of law student Barack Obama reveal a geeky kid with a big nose and hair to match. The nose in his early pictures is quite wide and very round. Fast forwarding several years to the current presidential campaign, and Obama’s nose looks more refined at the tip, which is likely the result of a conservative rhinoplasty procedure.

What Plastic Surgery Should Barack Obama Get?

With the historic presidential election at a close, We wonders what plastic surgery procedure would our newly elected president, Barack Obama,  most benefit from? And how could his opponent, John McCain have benefited from going under the knife.
The first African-American president to be elected president in history, Senator Barack Obama, has some outstanding features to go with his winning policies: namely his ears and his nose.

President-elect Obama could benefit from having his ears taken down a notch, so that they would be slightly less protrusive. On his blog, plastic surgeon Dr. Anthony Youn also noted the Senator’s prominent features, saying, “Many blogs and websites are speculating that Senator Obama has had a rhinoplasty, claiming that his nose looks thinner than it used to.  I see no evidence of this.  Furthermore, if he had plastic surgery on his nose, don’t you think he would have had his ears pinned back too?”

Plastic surgeon Dr. Jennifer Walden agrees, telling Make Me Heal, “Obama is a handsome man, and he has no reason to alter his physical appearance as he has far too much to think about now.

But if asked for one thing that he could do, I would say that otoplasty could be a positive change. This procedure involves pinning the ears back so they are not as prominent appearing, as well as conchal cartilage resection (concha meaning the ‘bowl’ of the ear) to minimize their appearance. Fine suture work can be done to give the upper part of the ear known as the antihelical fold more definition and help the ear look less prominent.
I am quite sure he is comfortable in his own skin, though, and very secure in his outward and inward self…what we are speaking about here is just for entertainment only!”

Plastic surgeon Dr. John Di Saia has also read the blogs speculating about Obama’s rumored nose job. He tells us, “Technically none of the candidates ‘need’ anything: cosmetic surgery is discretionary. Senator Obama may have already had a rhinoplasty.”

According to Paul S. Nassif, a Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgeon and Nose Jobs (Rhinoplasty) Specialist in Beverly Hills, California, “Basic skin care, like Intense Pulse Light or Fraxel lasers would be great for President-elect Obama’s skin texture and pores. Botox for his glabellar frown lines.  He also could have a gentle ethnic rhinoplasty to soften his wide nose.”