Doctor Shahar comments on Simon Cowell’s plastic surgery

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Simon Cowell underwent cosmetic surgery

We have exclusive reports from sources (and visual proof from the attached images) that show Simon Cowell has undergone a significant transformation in recent months. First off, he has dropped more than 20 pounds by sticking to a strict Vegan diet. But more than that, insiders say he has turned to cosmetic procedures for his face in order to shave years off of his appearance.
See for yourself. The attached images are approximately two years apart.

Simon Cowell before plastic surgery

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Simon Cowell after plastic surgery

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Spot any differences? Doctor Yoel Shahar, renowned cosmetic surgeon in NYC – founder of Natural Look Institute – surely thinks so too! Read Doctor Shahar’s comments on Simon Cowell plastic surgery, below:

Doctor Shahar comments on Simon Cowell’s Blepharoplasty:

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“After careful review of Simon Cowell’s pictures it appears to me that Simon Cowell underwent cosmetic surgery. More precisely upper Blepharoplasty. He also had a Facelift and Neck lift. You can see the hairs very close to his earlobe which is a sign of Facelift in men. This is probably the reason he is growing a beard to hide the incision scars until they fade.
In regards to the quality of the procedures: The face skin during Facelift was pulled too much vertically. When he is smiling you can see wrinkles in a hokey stick shape suggesting a vertical lift. It could have been better done technically. He appears to have excessive fillers…and in the wrong places of the cheek (and so does the woman escorting him). The upper Blepharoplasty was done well. Additionally  he had a sun tan and may have had a Chemical skin peel since his skin texture looks better.
Overall the job score is: OK. The smiling wrinkles can be improved with more Botox in that area. ( He already had Botox in other areas).”

 

What is Blepharoplasty?

Eyelid surgery, also known as blepharoplasty, is a plastic surgery procedure designed to remove eyelid skin and to remove fat from the eyelids.

There are 2 types of eyelif surgeries:

Upper blepharoplasty surgery: small incisions to the upper eyelid to remove skin. the eyelid is then stitched (with a very thin stitch) back together to create an eyelid crease. This procedure can be done under local anesthesia.

Lower blepharoplasty surgery: small incision underneath the eyelash either from the inside or the outside of the lower eyelid to remove fat.

During your consultation, Dr. Shahar will advise you on the right eyelid surgery procedure for you, show you many before and after photos, and answer all of your questions to help you decide what’s best for you. Please call our office at (212) 717-4066 (NYC) or Book a Consultation to arrange for a free consultation with Dr. Shahar.

What is Blepharoplasty painful?

After eyelid surgery, your eyelids may feel a bit sore and dry. Your eyes may feel slightly itchy, dry, sensitive or watery. Those symptoms are normal. Your vision might get a bit blurry (because of antibiotic ointment) for a few days but will come back to normal in less than a week. Doctor Shahar will discuss with you the various pain medication at your disposal to ease the potential discomfort.

How long is an eyelid surgery?

Eyelid surgery usually lasts from 45 minutes to 1 hour.

How long does it take to recover from eyelid surgery?

Most patients return to a normal lifestyle and activity after 5 days following the eyelid surgery. 2 weeks after the blepharoplasty most of the redness, swelling and bruising subsides.

Is eyelid surgery permanent?

It can vary from patient to patient. However, from our experience we can estimate the following: upper eyelid surgery lasts for years. Lower eyelid surgery is usually permanent. Please note that your eyelids will change and still age after the procedure.

If like Simon Cowell, you are interested in cosmetic surgery, more specifically eyelid surgery, please contact Doctor Shahar today!

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