Monday, April 22, 2013

Ann-Margret Plastic Surgery

Swedish-American actress, singer and dancer Ann-Margret (full name:Ann-Margret Olsson) is rumored to have had plastic surgery to maintain her youthful appearance.

In detail, Ann-Margret, 71, is speculated to have had a facelift, eyelid lift, botox injections and facial fillers.

Ann-Margret has never admitted to going under the plastic surgeon's knife except for the reconstructive surgery she had after a near fatal accident - she plummeted 22 feet from a stage scaffold, suffering a brain concussion and fracturing five facial bones, her jaw and her left arm - that took place during a Las Vegas show in 1972. Coming out of four days in a coma Ann-Margret remembers: "I knew something was wrong when they wouldn't let me look into the mirror." The plastic surgery ("all done from inside, the doctor didn't cut my face") was a masterwork.

The question is: "What plastic surgeon experts believe about Ann-Margret's plastic surgery?"

Board certified Manhattan plastic surgeon Dr. David Shafer was quoted as saying: "Ann-Margret looks great for her age. She does have a facelift look, but the pictures are not clear enough to know for sure."

Miami plastic surgeon Dr. Michael Salzhauer claimed:"Ann Margaret has always been known for her beauty and even now in her golden years she still looks great. She looks like she has had a few cosmetic procedures such as a facelift and eyelid lift and botox and fillers to help maintain her look. It looks natural and not overdone."

Dr. Paul A. Nassif, a Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgeon and Rhinoplasty Specialist in Beverly Hills, California explained: "Ann Margaret may have had a facelift, Botox, and facial fillers. Overall, any work performed was conservative and her look is natural."

Conclusion: Judging by the before and after photos,  Ann-Margret doesn't have so many wrinkles for a woman her age. She has certainly had work done to look like that but we can't say she has gone overboard with plastic surgery. No doubt she is aging gracefully.

What do you think of Ann-Margret's plastic surgery?

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