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AMERICA’S FIRST – “FIRST LADY” WITH BREAST IMPLANTS??? Dr. Franklin Rose Discusses the First Lady Hopeful’s Multiple Plastic Surgeries
Every week, Life & Style Magazine brings you plastic surgery experts analyzing your favorite celebrities and the procedures they may have gotten!
In the current edition of Life & Style Magazine – Renown celebrity Plastic Surgeon Dr. Franklin Rose was asked to review plastic surgery procedures First Lady hopeful Melania Trump may have had done.
We can’t say for sure what procedures Melania, 45—who is Republican Candidate Donald Trump’s third wife-–has or has not done, but modeling photos of her as a teenager indicates some subtle and not-so subtle changes.
In early photos, taken while Melania was a teen model in Milan, Italy, she boasts naturally dark hair and lovely, vaguely exotic eyes, a product of her parents’ Slovenian heritage. But just like her hair color, Melania’s original nose is long gone.
Is America ready for a nip-tucked first lady?
It may not be the most pressing question about Donald Trump’s bid for the White House, but the more we see of his wife, 46-year-old Melania Trump, the more we wonder. She certainly busts out of the traditional FLOTUS mold.
“Melania could be the first first lady with breast implants,” notes Dr. Franklin Rose, a Houston plastic surgeon. “And they seem very generous — especially for such a skinny person!” Besides her apparent DD cups that runneth over, there’s the matter of the mom of one’s rather glazed-over facial expression. While she is still “very pretty,” says Dr. Rose, who has never treated the Slovenian former model, “her face has a stony look from being overfilled and over-Botoxed.
“Melania’s forehead is as smooth as a baby’s rear end, so she’s had
liberal amounts of Botox for sure,” says plastic surgeon Dr. Franklin Rose.
Upkeep? $2K per year.
“Her cheeks, along with the nasolabial lines
between the nose and corners of the mouth, likely
have fillers,” observes Dr. Rose.
Costs run from $3K to $5K depending on the material injected.
Besides apparent fillers such as Juvéderm, Dr. Rose
believes Melania has had Botox in her upper lip to
smooth out so-called barcode lines. If overdone, the
$12K fixers can make it difficult to smile.
Her apparent surgery ($15K) seems to have been done before 1999, says Dr. Rose. “They’re very generous! The common implant size is 275 cc to 325 cc.
But these look to be about 450 cc.”
Less Isn’t More for Melania
Most people want a more natural effect.” Botox could likewise be the reason she barely smiles, he adds. “When overdone around the lips (to smooth fine lines), it relaxes the muscles so much that the area becomes somewhat inanimate,” Dr. Rose says. But to her — and her doctor’s — credit, the jewelry designer’s likely rhinoplasty is a “beautiful job,” says Dr. Rose. “Whoever is treating her now is just a little overzealous with the injectables.”