Wednesday, November 20, 2013

Bristol Palin Plastic Surgery Facelift Before and After

Bristol Palin Before And After Her ‘Corrective Jaw Surgery’
Bristol Palin used to have a round face. We don't mean that as a criticism, it's just true. Now it looks not only slimmer, but differently-shaped. Just ... off.

Her jawline and cheekbones appear more defined, with the possibility that her chin has been worked on as well. We didn't even recognize the girl at first.

Sometimes people have to have corrective surgery to make them healthier. And sometimes people use needing corrective surgery to justify getting plastic surgery, a la getting a nose job and having your deviated septum fixed in the same procedure. Now, we’re not saying that’s what Bristol Palin did, but she has admitted that her brand new face came from a surgical procedure.
Bristol Palin told Us Weekly that she had corrective jaw surgery in December, to which we can attribute the longer, thinner face she unveiled at the White House Correspondent’s Dinner. Palin’s dentist told her she needed the surgery so that her teeth would align properly. Because somehow, braces and other corrective devices developed by Western science simply could not curtail what must have been a monster overbite.

“Yes, it improved the way I look, but this surgery was necessary for medical reasons,” she told the magazine for its May 23 issue, which will be on newsstands Friday.

Bristol Palin also told the magazine she wouldn’t get elective surgery unless she “got in an accident or something terrible and got disfigured.”

Again, we’re not saying she’s lying, but it wouldn’t be the first time someone used the need for corrective surgery to cover up changing the way their face looked — it’s the main plot line for an episode of Glee. Take a look at some before and after pictures of Bristol below.

Bristol Palin's New Face: Did She Have Plastic Surgery?
All in all, the only plastic surgery she has had is good skin care, botox injections to her forehead, glabella, and around the eyes, and maybe some dermal fillers (Juvederm, Restylane, etc.).

Now let’s look at her today.  Her story is that she had corrective jaw surgery.  No question she did have an intervention to her jawline, but it doesn’t stop there. Again, her hair and makeup are nothing short of stunning.
Her eyebrows are now in ABSOLULTELY PERFECT POSITION AND THEIR SHAPE HAS CHANGED.  As well, her upper eyelid cleft has opened up at least 2-3 millimeters.  No jaw surgery can create that.  My guess, she had a mini-browlift through an upper eyelid approach.  Whoever did it should be very proud.  Fantastic work!!  It is natural, unassuming, and it does not change the appearance of her face.  It only improves it.  No question, she looks younger and more vital now than she did before.  I do quite a few minibrow lifts.  It is an excellent procedure with tremendous dividends, especially in women.  She got a great mini-browlift.
Let’s look at her midface.  Notice how her face has less horizontal length.  All of that “baby fat” look is gone!!  This is not accomplished by any form of jaw surgery.  Again, it is very probable that she underwent a mini-facelift (aka S-lift).  This removes all of the excess skin and fat from the cheeks, and can tighten the neck skin effectively.  Also, notice that those lines which showed through her makeup before on her neck are GONE!!  No doubt about it, she had something done to the excess lateral skin of her face, and her excess neck skin.