Richard Chamberlain Plastic Surgery Before & After

Richard Chamberlain Plastic Surgery

Richard Chamberlain Plastic Surgery Before & After

For a long time now, there have been rumors that Richard Chamberlain has had plastic surgery. Specifically, many people suspect that he has had a facelift, although his fans debate about how much plastic surgery he has had.

Indeed, Richard Chamberlain is currently a man in his eighties, and he does have surprisingly tight skin for a man that age. In 2006, he made an appearance on the cosmetic surgery themed series Nip/Tuck, which could perhaps serve as a subtle confession for some people. However, sometimes all people can do is try to recognize the signs of cosmetic surgery visually.

Some of Richard Chamberlain’s facial expressions seem to reveal some of the telltale signs of faces that have had some work. His eyebrows have a quite arched appearance, for one thing, and he had relatively straight eyebrows in his youth. It is not normal for eyebrows to achieve an increasingly arched appearance as a person ages. Of course, it is possible that if more and more celebrities have cosmetic surgery, people may begin to subtly associate arched eyebrows with old age.

While Richard Chamberlain has some loose skin, the skin at his jawline, cheekbones, and even neck is fairly tight. Most people in their eighties have very loose skin in these areas, which can make their bone structures less visible. Richard Chamberlain has more or less retained the facial shape that he had in his youth, which does cause him to stand out among other people his age. He also has a surprisingly smooth, unwrinkled face, which may indicate that he has had Botox injections or other treatments.

All people age differently. People in the same age group can vary widely in their appearances. Richard Chamberlain’s fans will continue to speculate, and he will continue maintaining his surprisingly youthful appearance.

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