Dolly Parton Plastic Surgery Before & After

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Dolly Rebecca Parton, born on 19 January 1946 in United States has been singer-songwriter, record producer, actress, author, and musician since very young age. Her career began as a child performer on the radio, then recording a few singles from the age of 13. Her fame in entertainment industry is clearly unquestionable. Beside her career, her openness about cosmetic surgery that she has undergone, possibly since 1980s, is also widely discussed around the world.

She ever mentioned, “Well, I never would have said I did it if I hadn’t got caught at it, but I wasn’t gonna lie about it. I’m not being the poster child for any of that, but people know you do it. If they ask me, I just say, ‘Yeah, whatever, and I ain’t done yet!’”

Breast implants, liposuction, a number of fillers, Botox, and the removal of the pelican pouch under her chin was confirmed by some experts, and she herself never denied any rumor which was accused toward her. “Anybody that’s got the nerve, desire, and the money to have surgery should find a good doctor and just do it.” She stated. When being asked about the procedure that she’s still undergoing, she confessed, “These days, I do very little—just fillers and Botox. You owe it to people not to look like a dog if you can help it! I think you should do it if it’s gonna make you feel better.”

By looking at her, it is very clear that all the works were gone wrong. It is unnatural and too plastic. Seems like some facial surgeries like brow lift, chin implant, rhinopasty, upper and lower eyelid lifts, facial fat grafting, Botox, chemical peels, and lip fillers have been overdone and extensive. She appears as a big fan of plastic surgery and she mentioned herself that she is going to have another procedure.

Dr. Paul S. Nassif, a facial plastic surgeon, commented about Parton, “Dolly Parton looks as though she had a great deal of facial work done.”

Although the outcome of the plastic surgery looks awful, we should appreciate her confident and openness to confess her surgical experience.