Celebrity Before and After Plastic Surgery


Jennifer Metcalfe Plastic Surgery Before and After Lips and Face

British actress Jennifer Metcalfe, known for her role as Mercedes McQueen Fisher in Hollyoaks, admitted to Mail Online to have had plastic surgery: 'I'm completely amazed at the results after just one operation. I feel like I've dropped a dress size - and I have!'

On may she was showing her curvy figure in a monokini and we will need to wait to actually see the difference after the procedure, but here she is at least with jeans already looking slimmer.  Apparently she drop to a size 6 after the £2000 vaser liposuction procedure, which use ultrasound technology to reshape the body, on her case removing the excess of fat of the upper thigh and bottom area. 

We don't think that she has any other cosmetic surgery procedure done to her body or face, although her high cheeks keep making people wonder if she got cheek implants, we don't see any difference with previous pictures to say that she went to that kind of procedure.

Actress Jennifer Metcalfe has revealed that her decision to undergo liposuction surgery was made purely for herself, and no one else.

In an interview with more! magazine, Metcalfe, who plays Mercedes McQueen in Channel 4 soap opera Hollyoaks, said: “I did it for me and that’s it. I wouldn’t say I’ve learnt anything by having surgery. I think surgery is a really personal decision only you can make”.

She added: “I would never have surgery because someone else thought I should”.

Metcalfe had the fat removal surgery last summer, to take her hips from a size 10-12, to a size 6-8. She admitted that her mum did not want her to go ahead with the procedure, but afterwards said “you do look great”.

The gorgeous actress is currently starring on ITV’s Dancing On Ice, and last weekend shared a kiss with skating partner Sylvain Longchambon, sparking rumours of romance off the ice.

Liposuction and Gastric Bypass Surgery – What’s the Difference?

While on the surface, both liposuction and gastric bypass surgery seem to be comparable ways to lose weight; however, the two procedures are very different and suitable for completely different candidates. To understand how the procedures differ in their results, it’s important to first understand the nature of liposuction and gastric bypass surgery, including why people turn to them in the first place.

Starting with gastric bypass surgery, it’s important to realize this procedure is only for people that are 100 pounds overweight and have been that way for a number of years. If a person meets this initial requirement, the stomach is then surgically cut or tied with a band to shrink it and reduce the amount of food necessary for that person to feel full.

Again, gastric bypass is strictly for weight loss in those people that were once morbidly obese or suffering from weight related health problems. Following the procedure, a person must always adhere to strict dieting and implement regular exercise to shape and tone the areas that have undergone dramatic weight loss. However, additional surgery (such as a tummy tuck) may also be required to remove the excess skin hanging loose from the body.

On the other end of the weight management spectrum is liposuction. Liposuction is best suited for those that seek to remove a small to medium amount of fat, while shaping and toning these same troubled areas for a svelter look. Liposuction is performed by placing a small tube under the skin of the thighs, abs, buttocks, arms, chin or jaw, and the majority of fat cells that exist in that area are then sucked out by a vacuum like instrument.

The removal of these fat cells is initially good for weight loss, as a person will never obtain fat cells again in the area they were removed; however, without proper diet and exercise, the fat will redistribute to other parts of the body.


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