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Lara Flynn Boyle – Her Face Looks Like It’s Melting

Monday, April 9th, 2012

Wow.  This one is hard to explain.  Lara Flynn Boyle recently debuted her new look, and it’s a doozy.  Some people are speculating that she’s had more plastic surgery.  If anything, I think she may have had less.  It looks like her face is deflating!  Could this be the result of stopping years of overdone facial injections?  I think so.  For more of my thoughts and to see the photos, click HERE to visit Radar Online.


Lara Flynn Boyle Is Now Unrecognizable

Monday, December 27th, 2010

Wow.  What is going on with Lara Flynn Boyle?  Her face looks like a Cabbage Patch Doll version of her normal self.  It’s smooth, wrinkle-free, and puffy as a dinner roll.  Her upper lip is growing faster than her lower lip, giving her a trout pout appearance.  What can be doing this?

First of all, she’s been over-Botoxed in a major way.  These photos in The Daily Mail show how her forehead is completely frozen.  Secondly, there are a lot of fillers which can create her facial puffiness, including her own fat (of which there is very little, so this is an unlikely source), Silicone (a likely culprit), Artefill, Sculptra, Restylane, Juvederm, and any of the other hyaluronic acid fillers.  I would bet on either Silicone or Sculptra.  Hopefully she hasn’t been getting silicone or Artefill injections, because then the results are permanent.  The rest gradually disappear over a period of months to years.

I hope she stops seeing her plastic surgeon, for the sake of her face and her career.

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Lara Flynn Boyle – What Happened to Her?

Monday, March 31st, 2008

Wow. What has happened to actress Lara Flynn Boyle’s face? Her face is so puffy it is almost unrecognizable.

I feel really bad for her. I can only think of one medical reason why her face would be this puffy: steroids. If she is not on steroids for some particular reason (rheumatoid arthritis or other auto-immune disease) then it is very likely her plastic surgeon has been a bit over-zealous with fat grafting, Sculptra, or even liquid silicone injections, like what Priscilla Presley has had. For the record, I perform fat grafting and Sculptra injections quite often, and have never seen a result like hers from these relatively safe and conservative treatments. With her history of plumped-up lips, I would bet on some plastic surgery as being the cause of her unusual appearance, however. Her puffy face is not due to weight gain, as she looks as small as ever.

She may very well have BDD, or body dysmorphic disorder. This is a psychiatric condition where a person looks in the mirror and sees something that everyone else doesn’t see. It can lead some people to undergo excessive amounts of plastic surgery in a misguided attempt to correct deformities that aren’t there in the first place.

For her sake, I hope she gets some professional help, and not of the plastic surgery kind.

Photo credit: prphotos.com

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Michigan-based Plastic Surgeon

Anthony Youn, M.D


Lara Flynn Boyle

Monday, March 10th, 2008

Lara Flynn Boyle is making an appearance on Law and Order (my wife’s favorite show, which I can’t stand!). Her lips look large (they have for years) but her face appears a bit more filled out. Take a peek at the NBC trailer here.

It’s possible she may have had fat grafting or Sculptra injections to volumize her face, but she may also have gained a few pounds. She was dreadfully thin when she dated Jack Nicholson.

photo: prphotos.com

Thanks for reading.

Michigan-based Plastic Surgeon

Anthony Youn, M.D