Celebrities' bad cosmetic surgery results not due to luck, noted cosmetic surgeon says
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When a celebrity's cosmetic surgery goes wrong, sometimes horribly wrong, it's convenient to chalk up the results to "bad luck," but that's usually not the case, said noted Plastic Surgeon Prof. ...

When a celebrity's cosmetic surgery goes wrong, sometimes horribly wrong, it's convenient to chalk up the results to "bad luck," but that's usually not the case, said noted Plastic Surgeon Prof. Laurence Kirwan.
"There's more involved than a simple roll of the dice. Aesthetic surgery is a big step and some celebrities don't go through the correct steps to ensure a good outcome," Dr Laurence Kirwan said.

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    • Celebrities' bad cosmetic surgery results not due to luck, noted cosmetic surgeon says Cosmetic Surgery not a Throw of the Dice When a celebrity's cosmetic surgery goes wrong, sometimes horribly wrong, it's convenient to chalk up the results to "bad luck," but that's usually not the case, said noted Plastic Surgeon Prof. Laurence Kirwan. "There's more involved than a simple roll of the dice. Aesthetic surgery is a big step and some celebrities don't go through the correct steps to ensure a good outcome," Dr Laurence Kirwan said. Prof. Kirwan is a recognised international leader in aesthetic plastic surgery with clinics in Harley Street, London; New York City; and Connecticut, USA. He specialises in aesthetic plastic surgery of the face, breast and body. "People assume a celebrity's access, money and power will guarantee them the best cosmetic surgeon available but that's not always the case,"Laurence Kirwan said. Kirwan one reason celebrity surgeries often don't go well is that celebrities simply don't do enough research to find the best surgeon for their particular procedure. They might consult their manager or other adviser instead of doing the research themselves and that's not a good idea, he said. "These celebrities must live with the results of their surgeries, so it behooves them to research the surgeons themselves," Dr Laurence Kirwan said. The surgeon should be listed on the specialist register of the country where he trained in cosmetic surgery, he said. Dr. Kirwan said another reason celebrities' cosmetic surgeries don't turn out well is they just don't know when enough is enough. "Sometimes it's apparent that neither lack of surgical skill nor bad luck is the culprit; the person just had the same area worked on one (or more) too many times." Sometimes a second procedure is necessary but it doesn't follow that more always is better with the "poster child" being Michael Jackson and his nose, of course, Dr. Laurence Kirwan said. 1
    • Another good (or bad) example is Italian socialite Michaela Romanini, who underwent far too many lip and Botox injections and now has a wrinkled neck and unusually large lips, Kirwan said. A third reason celebrities' cosmetic surgeries don't turn out well is the surgeons themselves fall victim to what one might call "the lure of celebrity," Prof. Laurence Kirwan said. "They abandon common sense, seeking to become celebrities themselves. It's hard to resist, especially if the celebrities themselves exploit that," Kirwan said. Laurence Kirwan said he would give a celebrity the same advice he gives his other patients, "Make sure you know why you're seeking the surgery. Are you genuinely ‘fixing' something or just trying to ‘improve' something?" Lastly, Surgeons themselves should remain grounded and avoid the tendency of the media and their patients to paint them into a celebrity corner. The duty of care for all patients is the same regardless of means or fame. - See more at: http://prnewslink.net/releases/1800.html#sthash.aYRbX2hI.dpuf 2