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I'm a Michigan-based Board Certified Plastic Surgeon who has been featured on Dr. 90210. The info here is my opinion alone and should not be taken as fact or as medical advice. I've not treated any of the celebrities presented here.

Monday, February 22, 2010

Jane Fonda Admits to Plastic Surgery

Ten years after saying she would not have plastic surgery, Jane Fonda has given in to the aging process and gone under a plastic surgeon's knife. In her blog she admits:

I just had some ‘work’ done on my chin and neck and had the bags taken away from under my eyes so I decided it would be good to get a new hair cut so people will think it’s my new hair.” He thought that was so funny he actually toasted me for doing what he said he’d never heard anyone do before: admit they’d had work done. I was planning on blogging about it anyway so who cares? I’m writing a book about aging so I couldn’t very well NOT talk about it.

It’s been 2 weeks. I was in front of the camera all day yesterday and was photographed at Eve Ensler’s luncheon 9 days after the procedure so, obviously, it went well. I swore in 2000 I’d never have anything done again but this year I got tired of not looking like how I feel and I wanted a more refined chin line like I used to have so I changed my mind. I’m still a little swollen but not much and what pleases me is that I won’t looked pulled or weird…or tired all the time. And my crows feet are still alive and well. I wish I’d been brave enough to not do anything but, instead, I chose to be a somewhat more glamorous grandma.

It sounds like she had a facelift and a lower blepharoplasty. From the looks of the photos on her blog I'd have to say her surgeon did a very nice job. She looks youthful, but not pulled or tight. The right wrinkles are gone, leaving ones that should remain. She deserves kudos for admitting she's had plastic surgery and, unlike some dishonest celebs, not attributing it to just sunblock, good diet, and moisturizers.

Thanks for reading.
Michigan-based Plastic Surgeon
Anthony Youn, M.D.


Antonia Rosina said...

With respect, why do you write "admits" to having cosmetic surgery? Is undergoing a cosmetic procedure something one has to "admit to"? It makes it sound shameful or inappropriate in some way. Let Tiger Woods admit to his affairs, or your teenager admit to sneaking a few beers from the cupboard but let Jane and others "reveal" they have had cosmetic surgery please.

marly said...

Brava, Rosina. You're not only beautiful, you're also very perceptive. When I finally have my nips and tucks, I will definitely broadcast all the details plus jpegs. We're so fortunate to be able to fine tune ourselves.