Plastic surgery in Singapore: These before and after photos of celebrities will stun you!
Check out 5 celebrities who did plastic surgery in Singapore. What do YOU think of their before and after photos? :)
They always look perfect, don't they?
But does all that beauty and fame come with a price tag attached?
Here's checking out 5 celebrities who did plastic surgery in Singapore. What do YOU think of their before and after photos? :)
Queen of blogosphere, Xiaxue (or Wendy Cheng) has never been shy to talk about her plastic surgery. In fact, she once told The Straits Times, "I think it is good that I have improved over the years instead of deteriorating. I feel very happy about how I look."
"If you can look better, why wouldn't you want to look better?"
Her long list of plastic surgeries include those on the nose, eyelid surgeries, lip and nose fillers, botox, gum recontouring and teeth straightening.
Next up on the list is Singaporean blogger Ang Chiew Ting, better known as Bong Qiu Qiu. Her transformation is quite shocking, and she once commented after seeing an old picture of herself that, she "almost forgot how I used to look like".
She told The Straits Times, "I feel that, generally, I still look the same, except that I now have better make-up, better skin, better features - it is just an enhanced version of the old me. I don't think I look vastly different, just prettier."
"When I learnt how to use Photoshop, the things that I edited about myself, those have now all been done in real life through plastic surgery. Whatever I wanted to change about my face, I have done."
And how has she changed herself? Nose jobs, facial fat grafting, double eyelid surgery, breast fillers etc.
And then, there have been some not-so-happy endings too.
For a good 6 years, blogger Jacqueline Koh lived with size 34 C breasts and a sharp V-shaped chin after she had plastic surgery done.
However, she had to have them removed after her breast implants ruptured and the chin implant became infected.
In her blog, she writes, "It was a stressful time for me as I had to say goodbye to the body and face I had grown accustomed to."
She has also had various other operations done to her face – to pin her ears back, for a higher nose bridge, to lengthen her eyes at both the inner and outer corners, double-eyelid surgery and cheekbone reduction to make her face smaller and eyes look bigger.
She says: “Everything was my personal choice. It was not because anyone made comments about how I looked. I wanted to get an ideal face, similar to Chinese celebrity Angelababy.”
She's considered as one of Singapore's hottest bloggers and has come a long way from how she used to look!
Here’s her rumoured list of plastic surgeries: eye surgery, nose job, jaw surgery, breast job and skin bleaching.
Blogger Tammy Tay too has apparently gone under the knife to enhance her looks.
She is said to have done double eyelid surgery, fat graft, nose job, face liposuction etc.
As with any type of surgery, plastic surgery has risks and complications. It is best to discuss with the doctor your health history and risks involved.
Complications from plastic surgery can include:
- Pain and discomfort – which may require painkillers for a few days
- Bleeding – which may require a blood transfusion if severe
- Infection – which may require antibiotics or further surgery
- Scars – you will have scars where incisions were made during surgery, although these will usually fade over time.
- Implant failure – if an implant is used during plastic surgery, there is a chance that this could leak and change shape, in which case further surgery may be needed to replace it
- Skin graft or flap failure – a skin graft or flap can die if the blood supply to the area is restricted; if this happens, further surgery will be needed to remove it before you can have reconstructive surgery again.