Sophie Monk’s physical transformation

It would be easy to assume that the changes to Sophie Monk’s face over the years were the result of surgical intervention. According to Beverly Hills plastic surgeon Dr. Randal Haworth, she has not actually gone under the knife. ‘It is human nature for people to jump to conclusions when a celebrity has even the slightest change in appearance. Suspicions and speculations about plastic surgery run wild and I believe Sophie Monk is among the accused!’ the CEO of DrHaworth.com told Daily Mail Australia on Tuesday.

Sophie MonkDr. Haworth stated: ‘Though critics have insisted she had a rhinoplasty or brow lift, I believe she may not have had actual surgery at all. Instead, I sense she took full advantage of some non-surgical cosmetic options. For example, the fact that her forehead is smooth and devoid of normal wrinkles while her outside eyebrows are now higher indicates she was treated with Botox. When applied selectively, Botox not only minimizes wrinkles but can also lift certain facial features such as the eyebrow and the corner of the lips.’ He also turned his attention to Sophie’s plump lips, absence of hollowing under her eyes and prominent cheeks – all signs of non-surgical intervention.

Sophie, who hails from Queensland’s Gold Coast, has admitted to having filler to her top lip in the past, following the botched removal of a cyst. ‘Half of my lip was removed with the cyst, and I was advised to get filler in my top lip to help balance it out,’ she told Who magazine in early 2011.

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The cosmetic procedures behind Tammy Hembrow’s Instagram-perfect look

Many social media influencers enlist the help of photo editing apps to sharpen up their picture-perfect public image. Beverly Hills plastic surgeon Dr. Randal Haworth believes that Tammy Hembrow may also rely on cosmetic procedures. According to Dr. Haworth, she may have undergone a nose job, liposuction and dermal fillers to achieve her bombshell look. ‘Miss Hembrow is the quintessential Instagram model for our social media world where fake is the new real,’ Dr. Haworth said.

The celebrity plastic surgeon went on to claim that she strikingly different in recent photos compared to images of her taken several years ago. ‘Based on what I presume to be filtered photos, she has undergone a striking transformation of not only her facial features but also of her facial shape,’ Dr. Haworth claimed. ‘Her jawline is more defined into a “V-line”. I would even venture to say her chin has been shortened and narrowed compared to her teenage years.’ says Dr. Haworth.

Tammy HembrowAccording to Dr. Haworth, Tammy Hembrow’s lips have also almost certainly been enhanced due to their ‘overly plumped’ appearance. He claimed: ‘Like Kylie Jenner, Tammy has been originally inspired by the Angelina Jolie lip variety. Paradoxically, lips oversized for a face can mature the visage beyond its years.’ His claims come after Tammy was stretchered out of Kylie Jenner’s 21st birthday party at celebrity hotspot Delilah in West Hollywood last Thursday night.

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Rebecca Judd’s Beauty Secrets Revealed by Dr. Haworth

Rebecca Judd, is known for her glamorous and striking appearance. The Melbourne socialite has always denied plastic surgery rumors, a Beverly Hills plastic surgeon claims her flawless visage is far from natural. Dr. Randal Haworth said before and after photos suggest the Postcards presenter may have had ‘cosmetic fillers’ or a ‘fat transfer’ at some point.

Rebecca Judd Facelift

‘Earlier, her eyes were deep set because they were surrounded by noticeable hollowing,’ Dr. Haworth said referring to photos of Bec from more than 10 years ago. ‘My most age-defying patients who make looking beautiful as effortless as breathing are the ones who work at it the hardest.’ Daily Mail Australia has reached out to Bec for comment. In 2013, the mother-of-four acknowledged that she invests ‘a lot of time, effort and cash’ into her appearance and said she gets ‘shocking eye bags.’ She previously credited Melbourne skin clinic Liberty Belle for her glowing skin and gets everything from exfoliation to laser treatments. In 2008, Bec, who is the wife of former AFL star Chris, denied plastic surgery rumours.

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Shane Warne’s Changing Face

The Australian cricket ace, has always denied having a nip and tuck and instead credits his youthful appearance on his dedication to healthy living. Dr. Haworth says the giveaway is Warne’s eyebrow shape as it’s now ‘reminiscent of Jack Nicholson’s’. Shane Warne’s changing face has sparked speculation for years that he’s had plastic surgery.

Shane Warne“I suspect that he has dabbled with Botox and perhaps some fillers here and there,” Dr. Haworth told the Daily Mail. “While women’s faces tend to look younger and softer with the right amount of fat, men’s faces tend to look better with weight loss. Shane’s is no exception – his face has become more chiseled, defined and handsome,” he stated. “What’s more interesting is the shape of his eyebrows. It has drastically changed from his younger self when his naturally low-set eyebrows were especially drooping at their outer edge.”

When appearing on I’m A Celebrity in 2016, Warne denied having anything done to his face. He explained if he had cosmetic surgery then he would be happy to admit it.

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Signs that Kerri-Anne Kennerley has Undergone a Facelift

Beverly Hills plastic surgeon Dr. Randal Haworth believes that Kerri-Anne Kennerley may have also gone under the knife in recent years. She has never been shy about admitting she uses non-surgical treatments such as Botox and Fraxel laser to maintain her age-defying looks.

Kerri-Anne Kennerley‘Mrs Kennerley looks better than ever compared to her former self 15 years ago. Though maintaining a healthy lifestyle and weight certainly helps, based on recent photographs, I feel that she enlisted the expertise of a plastic surgeon along the way’, Haworth told Daily Mail Australia this week. Dr. Haworth went on to speculate that Kerri-Anne has used dermal fillers to maintain her youthful complexion.

‘The small protruding ridges below the inside corners of her lower eyes while smiling indicate that Kerri-Anne may have had injections, such as Juvéderm Silk or Restylane, to fill her lower under-eye hollows at some point,’ Dr. Haworth claimed. Kerri-Anne, who hosted Midday from 1996 to 1998, recently confessed to 9Honey that she has no interest in looking ‘natural’ as she ages.

‘We don’t want to go natural! Natural is for 6am in the morning, I don’t think so!’ Kerri-Anne said. Last year, she also told The Australian Women’s Weekly that Botox and Fraxel laser were all part of her beauty routine.

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Do Non-surgical Treatments Help Maintain Megan Gale’s Youthful Complexion?

Megan GaleMegan Gale, has long been an advocate for aging gracefully, speaking openly about her views on plastic surgery and why she has chosen not to go under the knife. Beverly Hills plastic surgeon Dr. Randal Haworth has weighed in on Megan’s age-defying appearance. ‘I understand Megan has denied “going under the knife” and, based solely on her photographs, I tend to believe her,’ Dr. Haworth told Daily Mail Australia this week.

Dr. Haworth, who has not treated Megan himself, described several small, non-surgical procedures she may have undergone to maintain her supermodel look. Haworth also believes that Megan may have had some Botox ‘here and there’ to subtly smooth out her crow’s feet. Megan has spoken candidly about her attitudes toward cosmetic work in the past. In 2016 she told New Idea in 2016 that she would never consider surgery as her former AFL star partner Shaun Hampson, 30, would ‘kill her’.

Megan, who previously dated radio personality Andy Lee, is one of Australia’s most successful fashion exports. Throughout her career, she has graced the covers of countless magazines, including Marie Claire, InStyle, and GQ Australia.

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Alex Perry’s ‘excessive’ use of Botox and fillers

Alex Perry, whose celebrity fans include Rihanna and Kim Kardashian, told Yahoo in 2013 that he is not ashamed of using fillers and Botox. In 2016, the Australia’s Next Top Model judge was criticized for his appearance by one of the show’s contestants, 21-year-old Kassidy Ure. After Alex criticized her photos, she sniped back: ‘At least my lips are real!’

Alex PerryBeverly Hills plastic surgeon Dr. Randal Haworth accused the Australian fashion designer of ‘excessive’ use of anti-wrinkle injections. Haworth observed how Alex, 55, looks remarkably different in before and after photos and may have taken things too far. The Beverly Hills surgeon-to-the-stars claimed Alex’s face now looks ‘crowded’ as a result of ‘too much’ filler.

Dr. Haworth stated that ‘Compared to his younger self, his face is now “crowded”, making his eyes appear smaller and closer set. Most likely, a generous recipe of injected filler and more than a drizzle of Botox in and around his forehead, brows and temples contributed to this look.’

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Has Iggy Azalea Transformed Her Face?

Dr. Randal Haworth, told Daily Mail Australia on Tuesday that he believes the rapper, could have made additional changes to her facial shape. Haworth, who has not treated Iggy himself, stated that the Australian musician appears to have invested in some ‘subtle‘ and ‘beautiful’ refinements. ‘Iggy is what I would describe as an excellent “canvas” on which a plastic surgeon can reveal his work,’ he says. Iggy Azalea’s striking appearance may be the result of further cosmetic procedures, according to Dr. Haworth.

Iggy Azalea ‘When done right, results can be sublime and indiscernible to a layman’s eye. In the absence of rare complications, less surgical work is needed to create the beautiful, yet subtle, results as exemplified by Ms Azalea – while a less-than-average surgeon could draw unwanted attention to an anatomical “flaw” which only makes things worse.’

In addition to Iggy’s rhinoplasty, which ‘straightened and narrowed her nose’, Dr. Haworth believes she may have undergone ‘a chin augmentation as well as mandibular angle enhancement to give her a more refined, “modelesque” jawline’.

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Schapelle Corby’s Post-Prison Makeover? Dr. Haworth Believes It’s Possible With Fillers

Schapelle Corby spent nearly a decade behind bars in Bali’s most notorious jail after being convicted of trafficking marijuana in 2005. But she has transformed her appearance since being released on parole four years ago, sparking rumors of cosmetic enhancements. Beverly Hills plastic surgeon Dr. Randal Haworth told Daily Mail Australia on Tuesday that he believes Schapelle Corby may have invested in some ‘non-invasive work’ to achieve her youthful looks.

‘The most obvious changes are to her lips and cheeks,’ Dr. Haworth observed, he believes ‘her lips and cheeks have been well augmented, most likely with injectable fillers such as Juvéderm or equivalent.’ Dr. Randal Haworth claimed he had a ‘sneaking suspicion’ that she may have had ‘injections such as Botox to smooth out the lines and wrinkles around her eyes’ after studying before-and-after photos of Corby Schapelle.

Schapelle Corby Before and After ‘A stint in an Indonesian prison would be a less than welcome holiday, so it’s understandable that anyone would want a fresh start after that,’ he said. ‘It seems as if Ms Corby is no exception to that rule.’

Earlier this year, Schapelle denied having Botox injections or fillers. She told Woman’s Day in March: ‘No fillers, no Botox. I just use Snapchat and Instagram filters! I look at a photo of me and think, “Gee, that’s ugly,” and then I put a filter on it and think, “Actually, it’s pretty good!” ‘With the additional aid of Snapchat filters, her appearance is certainly one for the better,’ Dr. Haworth concluded.

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Self-Centered Aesthetics™

Embracing Artistry By Inga Hansen Photography by Cory Sorensen Plastic surgeon Randal Haworth, MD, is taking the next step in his career with the launch of a stylish, comprehensive aesthetic care facility. Randal Haworth, MD, made a name for himself in aesthetics in the early 2000s when he joined Fox television’s reality show, “The Swan.” On the program, he was part of a team of plastic surgeons, stylists and makeup artists who dramatically transformed participants’ appearances, Earlier this year, he transformed his own Beverly Hills, California-based practice when he moved to a new, custom-designed facility that incorporates a full range of aesthetic services—from facials and nutritional services to fillers, lasers and surgical procedures. Dr. Haworth’s design philosophy for the new Haworth Institute was nature meets high-tech. “It’s a beautiful place, and all our services are under one roof—the surgical center, my clinic and our new noninvasive center, Self Centered Aesthetics,” says Dr. Haworth. “Patients always asked us, ‘What else can you do?’ ‘How do I maintain this?’ It just doesn’t make sense nowadays not to offer the full-range of aesthetic treatments.” In addition to laser treatments and injectables performed by Dr. Haworth and his R.N., celebrity esthetician John Tew performs signature facials and naturopathic doctor Matea Polisoto, who goes by “Dr. Matea,” offers IV therapy and nutrition counseling. “Like John, she has a very big following in Beverly Hills and beyond,” says Dr. Haworth. “She is involved with IV therapy, which helps augment the pre- and postoperative surgical experience, and optimizes healing. “The people working with me are just as important as the surgeon—it’s all about having a team,” he says. The Frustrated Artist Born in Los Angeles and educated in England, Dr. Haworth has a somewhat unusual background for a Beverly Hills plastic surgeon. “My dad was English and spent World War Il in London selling bootleg whiskey during the Blitzkrieg. My mother and her family lived in Holland during the German occupation,” he says. Following the war, both of his parents immigrated to the United States seeking opportunities, of which there were few in post-war Europe. “They met, and I was born in Los Angeles. But my dad always wanted me to be in England eventually,” says Dr. Haworth. When he was 9 years old, he and his parents drove to Central America and boarded a cargo ship to England. During his school years in London, Dr. Haworth became enamored with the arts. “l always drew—and I was very good at a young age. In University I joined band. I was really into the arts, and that’s what I wanted to pursue,” he says. “But my parents, being war babies, wanted a doctor in the family and I was their only child.” During a road trip prior to his final year at the university, he shared his goals with his parents. “We were in a VW bus and they said, ‘We’ll disown you if you become an artist. Make your decision’—it was really bizarre,” he says. His mind flashed back to a BBC interview of Kurt Wagner, MD, he had seen when he was 13. “l said, ‘Then I’ll be a plastic surgeon,’ having no idea what was involved in that.” He came back to the U.S. and enrolled in medical school at the University of Southern California. Following graduation, he completed a five-year general surgery residency at Cornell Medical Center in New York. Dr. Haworth made his way back to the West coast for his plastic surgery residency at the University of California, Los Angeles. “After my residency, I had no money so I was anxious to go into practice. I thought, well then I have to goto Beverly Hills because that’s where successful plastic surgeons go,” he says. Another surgeon offered to rent him a space in his clinic’s kitchen, which was housed in one of the most desirable medical buildings in Beverly Hills. “He had a little pocket door in front of the kitchen so I stayed in there,” says Dr. Haworth. “During my clinic days, I would take his diplomas off the walls in the two little exam rooms and put mine up, and that’s how it started. “l look back fondly on those days now, but it was horrible at the time. If I had two surgeries in a month, it was a great month,” he says. Finding His Niche During his UCLA residency, Dr. Haworth won a plastic surgery research prize for his lip surgeries, which provided a unique niche with which to build his practice, More than 20 years later, he has patients from all over the world who travel to the Haworth Institute for their lip surgeries. “You can be the best doctor in the world, but if you don’t have marketing, no one will know about you,” he says. “So I leveraged that award and started getting known for lips, even though my favorite surgeries are noses, mid- facelifts and what I call hyperaesthetic surgeries where we change everything. The lips are what I was known for, and now I get jazzed by that because there’s really no competi- tion in the world for these surgeries.” He offers upper, lower and corner lip lifting procedures as well fat transfer and F.A.T.M.A. (fat transfer & mucosal advancement). “l do many types of lip lifts because it is shape before volume; there are many things that fillers alone cannot do,” he says. Embracing and Investigating New Technologies Despite the limitations of traditional filling techniques, Dr. Haworth has embraced dermal fillers as effective tools to perfect his patients’ lips. In some cases the new, less invasive procedures are even surpassing what he can achieve in the O.R. “Our mouths get wider as we age and our lower teeth become visible,” he says. “People will often just fill the lower lip horizontally, which won’t help with these concerns.” In his surgical center, he performs lower lip V-Y plasty procedures to narrow the mouth, lift the bottom lip and pout out the middle third of the lower lip. But, due to the minimal improvement, he recently became interested in the idea of using vertical filler injections to lift and shape the lower lip. “About three months ago, I started injecting vertically into the lower lip. I place my long cannula or a long needle vertically from the bottom of the prejowl sulcus all the way to where I see the needle blanching on the vermillion on the back of the lower lip on the sides. Then I inject vertically as I pull the needle out,” he says. “l am seeing such dramatic elevation of not just the lower lip but the whole corner of the mouth—the marionette folds are dramatically reduced and the labiomental sulcus opens up.” He is calling this the Caisson technique after Caisson beams in construction. “The patients are three months out now, and the results are far better than what we see with the lower V-Y plasty in hiding the lower teeth,” he says. Dr. Haworth is investigating new ways to augment and lift lips using dermal fillers. “l love doing surgery, but plastic surgery is in some ways a dying field,” he continues. “The future of plastic surgery lies in the lab, not the operating room. Eventually they are going to know how to stop senescence. In the meantime, the future of aesthetics is laying more and more in lasers and newer, better fillers, and I want to stay on the forefront of that.” His biggest challenge is determining which new technologies and procedures live up to the hype—and resisting the urge to bring in every new device about which patients inquire. “Sixty to seventy percent of all new medical cosmetic technologies overpromise and under deliver,” he says. “First it’s a big ‘Wow!’ Then results are ‘operator-dependent,’ then it’s gathering dust, so I vet all these technologies and only offer the ones I believe are proven to work. “What I want to offer my patients with the Haworth Institute and Self Centered Aesthetics is more than one-stop aesthetics, It’s the tools and knowledge to deliver the absolute best treatments for their individual concerns and lifestyles,” continues Dr. Haworth. “We have a turbocharged armamentarium of proven noninvasive treatments to carry on the philosophy that I espouse in my surgeries, which is really detailed aesthetic work.”
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