At the beginning of the Covid-19 pandemic, plastic surgeons were actually flooded with surgery orders from top celebrities – After several tumultuous years, the entertainment industry is starting to return to normal. Filming that had previously been canceled has now resumed, screenings have resumed, and concert tours have resumed.

When governments around the world impose lockdowns, it turns out that there is something ‘hidden’ and not many people know about, which involves workers in the entertainment world.

Cosmetic surgeon Steven Williams from Dublin, California, leaked that many celebrities had plastic surgery during that time.

The American Academy of Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery reports 70% of its members experienced an increase in requests for plastic surgery during the first year of the coronavirus pandemic.

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Some of the plastic surgeries performed include face lifts or nose reconstruction.

Abby Lee Miller (Instagram)
Abby Lee Miller (Instagram)

Rhinoplasty surgeon Deepak Dugar of Beverly Hills, California, says he gets a lot of questions about rhinoplasty by actors and reality show stars.

One of Dugar’s patients, a celebrity who did not want to be identified, said he had changed the shape of his nose a bit.

“I love my new nose and no one knows I’ve done it,” the celebrity said Insiders.

Meanwhile, former Dance Moms star Abby Lee Miller said that the pandemic gave her a great opportunity to have liposuction on her arm.

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“To be honest, loose skin bothers me so much that I don’t want to wait any longer. I’m glad I did,” Abby said.

Don’t worry about contracting the Covid-19 virus

Fear of contracting Covid-19 did not prevent them from making changes to their appearance. Because, they believe that PCR tests and doctors who follow health protocols are safe enough.

But in fact not all patients and doctors are so lucky.

Plastic surgeon Michael Newman of Beverly Hills discovered that one of the famous artist’s patients was infected with SARS-CoV-2 after surgery. Making the artist isolate himself from her husband.

Meanwhile, one of Beverly Hills’ leading plastic surgeons, Payman Simoni, died at the age of 50 in January 2021 after contracting the coronavirus from a patient who underwent lip surgery.

In fact, some singers have deliberately not vaccinated against Covid-19 for fear that their performance will be affected.

“Many of my clients deliberately avoid vaccines for fear it will affect their performance, singers for example,” says plastic surgeon Alexander Zuriarrain from Miami.