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Gordon Ramsay Undergoes Cosmetic Surgery of the Chin

Posted by Cosmetic Surgery Review on November 7, 2009

After American Idol judge Simon Cowell made a remark about Gordon Ramsay’s chin, the tough chef decided that his future success may have something to do with his appearance – and has undergone plastic surgery to improve his looks.

According to a recent report in Sky News, Gordon Ramsay underwent a painful chin procedure to correct the lines and grooves around his chin and jawline, and also had several Botox injections to get rid of the lines and furrows on his scalp. The celebrity chef says that his mini cosmetic surgery makeover was the result of the comments from colleague Simon Cowell.

The deep grooves that were once on Ramsay’s chin may have been corrected with a modified version of a facelift or a set of dermal fillers that can help to fill out facial tissues and create a smoother, more sculpted appearance. This is a popular procedure for both men and women who are undergoing the aging process, and the use of dermal fillers offers instant results.

Smile lines, frown lines and other signs of aging can also be corrected with laser skin resurfacing procedures, a combination of dermal fillers that create a ‘liquid facelift’, and dermabrasion or microdermabrasion treatments. Almost all skin types can benefit from these types of procedures, and injectables such as Juvederm, Hydrelle and Botox present few side effects.

Gordon Ramsay isn’t the only celebrity who is outspoken about going under the knife to improve his looks. Celebrities including Joan Rivers,  Britney Spears, Jane Seymor and Lindsay Lohan have all made public statements regarding their nips and tucks, and many celebrities maintain a routine schedule of anti aging treatments to preserve their youthful looks.

Among the most sought-after procedures by celebrities are liposuction, breast augmentation, facelift surgery and facial recontouring.

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