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Ex glamour model, Tracy Kirby, shares her face lift horror

Sun

Ex model and actress, Tracy Kirby, found fame in the eighties for her raunchy page three poses, and then went on to star in a number of well known films. The celebrity dropped out of the public eye for a while but has recently received an abundance of media attention over her appearance on the Channel 5 programme, Celebrity Botched Up Bodies.In her pursuit to regain her youthful looks the celeb decided to opt for a non-cosmetic face lift, known as a ‘one stitch face lift’ as she had undergone Botox and lip fillers in the past with no issues.

Unfortunately, the procedure did not go as planned and the scaring she suffered left her looking as though she had been the victim of a knife attack. Red scars and raised bumps where left on the side of her face. As she spoke on the show she explained, “The doctor said [at the time] that it would settle down, but two days later my face was so swollen I couldn’t see out of my eye… he told me, don’t worry, we will just put a couple of threads in and pull it back.”

Talking candidly on the show, she revealed that, following her botched facelift, she fell into depressions, she could not leave the house and was prescribed antidepressants by her GP to help her get through the ordeal. Tracy finally met with plastic surgeon Niall Kirkpatrick, who was able to make drastic improvements to her face and reduce the scarring.The star says that she regrets ever having the procedure as it almost ruined her face.

 

 

 

Ex glamour model, Tracy Kirby, shares her face lift horror

Sun

Ex model and actress, Tracy Kirby, found fame in the eighties for her raunchy page three poses, and then went on to star in a number of well known films. The celebrity dropped out of the public eye for a while but has recently received an abundance of media attention over her appearance on the Channel 5 programme, Celebrity Botched Up Bodies.In her pursuit to regain her youthful looks the celeb decided to opt for a non-cosmetic face lift, known as a ‘one stitch face lift’ as she had undergone Botox and lip fillers in the past with no issues.

Unfortunately, the procedure did not go as planned and the scaring she suffered left her looking as though she had been the victim of a knife attack. Red scars and raised bumps where left on the side of her face. As she spoke on the show she explained, “The doctor said [at the time] that it would settle down, but two days later my face was so swollen I couldn’t see out of my eye… he told me, don’t worry, we will just put a couple of threads in and pull it back.”

Talking candidly on the show, she revealed that, following her botched facelift, she fell into depressions, she could not leave the house and was prescribed antidepressants by her GP to help her get through the ordeal. Tracy finally met with plastic surgeon Niall Kirkpatrick, who was able to make drastic improvements to her face and reduce the scarring.The star says that she regrets ever having the procedure as it almost ruined her face.

 

 

 

Cosmetic surgeon speaks out about unregulated fillers

Tue

A top plastic surgeon has spoke to Channel 5 about the need for more regulation with regards to dermal filler injections; Niall Kirkpatrick, head of craniofacial surgery at Westminster and Chelsea Hospital, said that the Government should be doing more to protect patients from the effects of unlicensed dermal fillers treatments. Dermal fillers are not prescription-only, like Botox injections, so they are more widely available from uncertified providers.

Mr Kirkpatrick was speaking as part of the plastic surgery show ‘Botched Up Bodies’ and he mentioned there had been a ‘surge’ in the use of filler injections worldwide, which has in turn led to a ‘significant rise in complications’.

Mr Kirkpatrick went on to say that the Government needs to regulate this industry as it is failing people at the moment, because ‘untrialled fillers are widely available and at the moment anyone can inject it into you.’

Speaking about the specific treatment, cosmetic dermatologist Dr Neetu Nirdosh said that the anatomy of the facial structure has to be taken into account when it comes to injecting filler solution into the tissue. Dr Nirdosh said that ‘dermal filler needs to be injected extremely carefully in order to give the desired result without doing any damage.’

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