Favorite Bachelorette Pageant Winner has Plastic Surgery by Dr. Rose

 

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Bachelorette Pageant Winner Holly Durst

INSIDE EDITION & STAR MAGAZINE Go Under the Knife with Former Bachelorette/ Bachelor Pad Winner Holly Durst

 

 

 

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Via Star Magazine: Holly Durst, 32, recently underwent a number of plastic surgery procedures to correct what she felt were facial flaws- and in an exclusive interview with Star Magazine she reveals the buxom beauty behind the cosmetic procedures she chose – her celebrity idol Megan Fox: “Megan Fox has always been an inspiration to me,” Holly told Star.  The Transformers actress Megan Fox was rumored last year to have had some plastic surgery on her own on her nose, cheeks, and lips, and Holly adds: “I think Megan Fox is beautiful and I always went back to how photos have shown the little subtle changes she had done.”

TRANSFORMED LIKE THE TRANSFORMERS STAR: The work Holly Durst Julian had done on her nose, cheeks, chin and eyes mirrors some of the plastic surgery Megan Fox has allegedly undergone in recent years.

ORIGINAL POST FOLLOWS:

HOUSTON, TEXAS – November 25th, 2015: Pick up a copy of STAR MAGAZINE on stands now, and tune in to see Holly’s big reveal following plastic surgery by Dr. Rose on INSIDE EDITION NEXT WEEK on ABC – KTRK local channel 13 at 3:30PM!

When Bachelor vets Holly Durst (now Julian) & Vienna Girardi befriended castmate Erica Rose, 28, while filming Bachelor Pad 2, the ladies couldn’t help but admire their new pal’s profile.  “Erica said, ‘Oh, I had my nose done!  My dad (Houston Texas based celebrity plastic surgeon Dr. Franklin Rose) will do yours!’

Holly Durst and Blake Julian - married contestants of The Bachelor on ABC

Holly Durst and Blake Julian, now happily married contestants of The Bachelor on ABC

Fast-forward a couple of years; and now happily-married to Bachelor Blake Julian; Bachelor Pad Winner Holly has come to visit Dr. Franklin Rose (known for his work on the original Bachelorette Trista Sutter, Bachelor winner Vienna Girardi, Bachelor contestant Ella Nolan, and others) for plastic surgery to re-do a “botched” breast augmentation performed by another doctor in anticipation of her upcoming Mrs. South Carolina beauty pageant.

BEHIND-THE-SCENES SNEAK PEEK! Dr. Rose consults with Holly for INSIDE EDITION television exclusive

Holly being prepped for surgery by Dr. Rose

For this reason Dr. Franklin Rose is noted by many to be the “official plastic surgeon of The Bachelor” and the Bachelorette franchise (Dr. Rose and his daughter Erica Rose – Star on The Bachelor Rome & Bachelor Pad were interviewed extensively by Jennifer Weiner for her Allure article on the Bachelor franchise phenomenon in “Beauty and The Bachelor”) and the Roses have transformed their guest room at their home into “the Bachelor quarters” for visiting TV stars from out of town.

BEHIND-THE-SCENES SNEAK PEEK! Dr. Rose consults with Holly for INSIDE EDITION television exclusive

BEHIND-THE-SCENES SNEAK PEEK! Dr. Rose consults with Holly for INSIDE EDITION television exclusive

With her upcoming Mrs. South Carolina beauty pageant only weeks away, Holly came to Dr. Rose to have a rhinoplasty (nose job,) face contouring including submental liposuction to her cheeks and neck area along with cheek augmentation, and a reconstructive breast augmentation to repair a previously performed “botched” breast aug (performed by another doctor.)

Just four weeks after the surgery, INSIDE EDITION checked in and met up with Holly at the Mrs. South Carolina Beauty Pageant, where she was awarded the crown!

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Rumor has it, from inside source close to the show (Dr. Rose’s famous Reality TV daughter, Erica Rose) that MORE current and past season contestants are flying in to Houston to see Dr. Rose for surgery too.

Pick up a copy of STAR MAGAZINE on stands now, and tune in to see Holly’s big reveal following plastic surgery by Dr. Rose on INSIDE EDITION NEXT WEEK on ABC – KTRK local channel 13 at 3:30PM!

Dr. Franklin Rose is noted by Star Magazine as "The Official Plastic Surgeon of the Bachelor Franchise"

Dr. Franklin Rose is noted by Star Magazine as “The Official Plastic Surgeon of the Bachelor Franchise”

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It’s no secret that 29-year-old star, Megan Fox, is one of the world’s most wanted sex symbols.  Though surely many have wished to look more like the Transformer’s goddess, Bachelor Pad winner Holly Durst has taken the quest to achieve this actress’ beauty to a whole new level with plastic surgery by Dr. Franklin Rose!

Originally posted November 24, 2015

 

Favorite Bariatric Plastic Surgery as featured in Men’s Health Magazine – Dr. Franklin Rose

Our patient & friend – IRONMAN triathlete featured in Men’s Health Magazine – Marcus Cook Lost 279 lbs & Finished the Toughest Ironman in the World – After his weight loss surgery, Marcus underwent bariatric plastic surgery to rid his abdomen of unwanted excess … Continue reading

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UPDATED: BIG to Little! Bariatric Plastic Surgery as featured in Men’s Health Magazine

UPDATE: Catch up with Marcus ONE YEAR post op bariatric weight loss surgery as featured in Men’s Health Magazine by Dr. Franklin Rose

https://www.menshealth.com/weight-loss/a25578008/man-weight-loss-transformation-iron-man/


Peter Nielsen: LIFE COACHING – Season One Episode 32 – “From Obese to Triathelete” Peter Nielsen introduces a remarkable man who went from weighing nearly 500 pounds to completing triathlons in fewer than two years!


ORIGINAL BROADCAST ON ABC FOLLOWS:

BIG to Little! Bariatric Plastic Surgery as seen on ABC with Gina Gaston:

Houstonian sheds massive amounts of skin to prove scales are no longer the measure of the man


Man begins journey to cut away 65 pounds of skin.
^^Click the link above to view the video with Gina Gaston on ABC^^

HOUSTON, Texas (KTRK) — https://abc13.com/health/man-begins-journey-to-cut-away-65-pounds-of-skin/2013858/

Marcus Cook is saddled by rolls of fat that hang down from his stomach to mid-thigh, and while that may not sound like a physique you’d be proud to show off, he is proud of this body he has worked hard to shape.

“I actually did an iron man and I did it with all my skin,” said Marcus Cook. “I’ve had a lot of scans and the scans say I have about 65 pounds of skin that just ain’t going away.”

The extra skin is what’s left after Cook went from weighing 500 pounds to 220. He got bariatric surgery but his doctor warned him to keep the weight off he’d need to redefine himself. He did that in triumphant fashion training so much that he was able to complete Texas Ironman — a 16 hour athletic challenge.

But then Marcus wanted to take the next makeover step so he called Houston plastic surgeon Dr. Franklin Rose to remove the extra skin on his stomach.

“What we do in this operation is cut right down to the muscles, tighten up the muscles, then remove all of this skin and fat flap,” said Dr. Rose.

Dr. Rose says the number of people getting skin removal is rising as gastric bypass surgeries become more prevalent. He estimates they are up 10-15 percent over the past few years. It costs about $13,000.

He says the typical so-called “mommy makeover” stomach tuck takes about two hours, but Cook’s procedure took four and a half hours. His risks, the same as with any abdominoplasty, was mostly excessive bleeding.

Just 12 days after surgery — even with some swelling — Cook is shocked by his new view.

“I look down and it’s gone and I cannot wait to fulfill the things that I’ve been pursuing. I feel great,” Cook said.

Cook says he isn’t done yet. He wants to remove extra skin on his arms, chest, back and thighs. And his mission isn’t just personal anymore.

“Yes, he looks great and he’s tighter, but he’s also raised many thousands of dollars for the Ironman Foundation, and so he does this not just for himself, but to give other people hope,” Dr. Rose said.

Cook says he’s been overweight since his teenage years, and along with shedding pounds and skin, he’s also shed the way he measures his own success.

“People say, what do you want to weigh? I don’t have a new weight goal. I will try to shave two hours of my marathon time from last year, so that’s my new goal,” Cook added.

View the original story in it’s entirety featuring bariatric plastic surgery by Houston plastic surgeon Dr. Franklin Rose review on ABC: https://abc13.com/health/man-begins-journey-to-cut-away-65-pounds-of-skin/2013858/


ORIGINAL POST FOLLOWS:

HOUSTON, TX – May 2016: Marcus Cook had a wake-up call when he looked at the scales after seeing a photo of himself at a crawfish boil last year. Weighing well over 400 pounds, Marcus decided it was time to take action and face his challenge head-on.
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Following gastric bypass surgery his whole life changed when watching an Ironman Triathlon on TV. Since that time, Marcus has shed over 260 pounds and participated in 6 triathlons including the IRONMAN competition, a charitable athletic event that has raised over 50 million dollars to help those in need  – inspiring and encouraging others on their massive weight loss journeys and chronicling his own on his website www.bigtolittle.com.
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Despite his incredible story of success and triumph, Marcus found that after his dramatic weight loss there still remained – the loose, hanging skin on his stomach serving as a constant reminder of his heavier self; holding him back from many athletic activities he wishes to excel in that could not be resolved with diet and exercise alone. 

 

SNEAK PEEK! After undergoing #gastricbypass surgery, Marcus has lost 263 pounds. Dr. Franklin Rose is performing #bariatric plastic surgery abdominoplasty for Marcus TODAY to help him prepare for the #IronManCompetition – a charitable event that has raised over 50 million dollars to help those in need.
Marcus is a triathlete and is looking forward to running in both the #Kona & #BostonMarathon – thin & trim after removal of his excess skin to improve his performance as well as his body image & self esteem.
An #Ironman #Triathlon is one of a series of long-distance triathlon races organized by the World Triathlon Corporation, consisting of a 2.4-mile swim, a 112-mile bicycle ride and a marathon 26.22-mile run, raced in that order and without a break. Tune in to #ABC13 Houston #EyewitnessNews in a couple of weeks to see his incredible and LIFE CHANGING transformation!

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Houston plastic surgeon Dr. Franklin Rose says stories like these are common. “Following extreme weight loss after bariatric and gastric bypass surgery, the whole body changes. After working hard to lose the excess weight, it’s understandable that patients want to continue to improve their appearance. With an an abdominoplasty, also called a ‘tummy-tuck’ procedure, we can significantly improve both the patient’s outward appearance as well as boosting their overall health and self-esteem, helping individuals continue to achieve their weight loss, fitness, and personal goals.”

Follow IRONMAN Marcus Cook’s  journey before, during, & after surgery to see his BIG REVEAL on ABC! 

Tune into ABC Eyewitness News on Channel 13 on Sunday, May 21 at 10pm to review Marcus Cook’s BIG REVEAL following his cosmetic abdominoplasty by Dr. Franklin Rose with Gina Gaston!

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