Celebs and their plastic surgery

Articles about Jessica Lange

Jessica Lange – What Has Happened to Her Face?

Tuesday, September 22nd, 2009

Why did Jessica Lange look so strange at the Emmys? Could it be too much plastic surgery?

Here is a list of what I think she’s done: Browlift, Upper and lower blepharoplasty, Canthopexy, Facelift, Cheek Implants, and Botox. She look a whole lot better if she would lay off the Botox a bit. Although Botox is a fantastic treatment to smooth wrinkles, too much can be a bad thing.

I like how Jaclyn Smith is aging.

For a previous post on Jessica Lange and plastic surgery, click here.

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Michigan-based Plastic Surgeon
Anthony Youn, M.D.


Jessica Lange, Dr. Rob Oliver, and Callgirl Ashley Dupre (There’s a diverse mix of people!)

Thursday, March 27th, 2008

A couple quick links for you to check out in your spare time:

  1. Has Jessica Lange had plastic surgery? Read what her publicist said to the Minneapolis Star-Tribune, as well as my thoughts. Click here.
  2. Dr. Rob Oliver provides an insightful commentary on the recent death of a teenager during a plastic surgery procedure. Click here.
  3. Did call girl Ashley Dupre (Youmans) get a rhinoplasty? Click here for Awful Plastic Surgery, click here for Make Me Heal.com. I’ve also read that she has gotten breast implants.

Thanks for reading.

Michigan-based Plastic Surgeon

Anthony Youn, M.D


Jessica Lange – awful plastic surgery?

Friday, June 9th, 2006

Jessica Lange…What has happened to her eyes? This is a photo of Jessica Lange last night at the 17th Annual Human Rights Watch International Film Festival. It appears to me that she has had a pretty aggressive browlift, causing her eyebrows to be so high that she looks surprised and unnatural. She likely has Botox in her forehead as well.

There are two types of browlifts, the traditional open browlift with a long scar and the endoscopic browlift. The endoscopic browlift is much less invasive, but arguably doesn’t have as much staying power since the scalp is not literally cut out like in a traditional open browlift. In my opinion, most of the people who have their brows excessively elevated have had a traditional open browlift because it is much easier to pull things too high with this type of lift. The giveaway is the scar, which extends from ear to ear or along the front hairline. I haven’t performed one of these in two years, as the endoscopic technique is really the most state-of-the-art technique nowadays. The old-style browlifts are best reserved in general for people who have tried the endoscopic technique without good results, as it is one of the most permanent plastic surgeries there is.

On the bright side with Jessica Lange, her neckline looks great and is likely the result of a well-done facelift.

Photo credit: prphotos.com