Barbara Walters Plastic Surgery Before and After

Barbara Walters Plastic Surgery

Barbara Walters plastic surgery rumor is growing wild nowadays. The daytime TV anchor has recently appeared with a very tight and unnatural looking; in fact she is no longer young. So then, many celebrity watchers and celebrity gossip websites start to speculate that she has had a deal with the surgery.

If we are taking a comparison of her photos through the years, it is undeniable that she appears with extremely fresh and younger look. Many think that she has had a full facelift and some other minor treatment to fight the aging signs.

Beverly Hills plastic surgeon, Dr. Ashkan Ghavami, says, “Barbara Walters is likely having a facelift combined with filler injection.” She looks 20 years younger than her real age.

Well, it is very common that the veteran actress needs some facial treatment to maintain her look in front of the camera. Walters is not the only one of veteran Hollywood celebrities who has had facial work done; Kris Jenner, Helen Hunt, Katie Couric and some other celebrities also have it too.

In addition to having a facelift, she also appears to have had a neck lift. As the evidence, her neck looks very nice and firm. Unlike other women of her age, she doesn’t seem to have the excess fat or sagging skin around the neck.

Moreover, we can also notice that her eyes appear wide open and free from under eye bags or drooping skin, unlike many other women experience when they are getting older. It makes us speculate that she has undergone upper and lower eyelid surgery (Blepharoplasty). Additionally, her forehead also looks so youthful which may be, as a result, of a forehead lift.

Well, Walters has not officially talked to public about the rumor, but if she has some work done to her face, I need to say thanks to her plastic surgeon. She looks fantastic for her age.

What do you think? Did she have good genes or a good doctor? Please feel free to speak your mind….

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