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Altered by plastic surgery: Life is plastic, and it’s fantastic for the ‘Human Ken Doll’

June 5, 2013

Many women are aspiring to have Barbie’s look, and, with the help of surgery, they have succeeded in copying Barbie’s physical attributes from head to toe. But it’s not only women who want to look like dolls. Some men are joining the bandwagon, too, modeling themselves after Barbie’s partner Ken.

One man who has gained a lot of attention (and raised eyebrows) is Justin Jedlica, whom the press calls the ‘Human Ken Doll.’

 

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An aesthetic innovator himself, Justin has personally been through 113 surgeries—including lip augmentation, nose reshaping, and pectoral implantation—to hold up to his idea of the perfect man.

Although his exploration of the male aesthetic modification has been a magnet for many criticisms, Justin’s quest for personal fulfillment never wavered. In fact, through his consultation services, he is able to help others in their own quest for aesthetic fulfillment.

What health experts are saying

People can choose to have whatever procedure they want, as long as they are fit to undergo the surgery. The usual scenario is that when a person undergoes one procedure for the first time and is delighted by the results, he or she will most likely have another type of procedure done. Such is the case for Justin Jedlica.

 

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California State University San Marcos professor Natalie Wilson, Ph.D., says that this phenomenon is normal and acceptable. However, David Reath, MD, a plastic surgeon in Knoxville, Tennessee, says he doesn’t see many people having extreme amounts of cosmetic surgery done to their body.

“Sometimes you start working with someone who is reasonable, and the more you work with her/him, you begin to realize you will have to extricate yourself …Knowing if there is a problem starts with figuring out why someone wants the surgery,” Dr. Reath advices.

 

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Satori World Medical provides more information on a wide array of plastic surgery options atits official website.

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