The mother of MTV Teen Mom star Farrah Abraham, Debra Danielson, is enjoying her own 15 minutes of fame. The 57-year-old mother, who would often judge and once attacked her daughter, is now being critiqued by Dr. Jason Diamond.
“It looks like Debra received lower blepharoplasty or lower eyelid surgery, cheek augmentation, probably in the form of facial fat grafting and/or facial fillers, and a facelift,” the doctor said in an exclusive Radar Online interview.
According to the noted New York dermatologist, Danielson undoubtedly appears different in pictures she recently posted on Facebook. It seems Danielson is looking to further her 15 minutes by taking up acting, modeling and authorship with her new book Vapor. Whether or not her new career has inspired plastic surgery is not confirmed, but the notion that she looks different is an undeniable truth.
Although eyelid surgery is medically necessary for some patients whose sight is compromised by overly sagging eyelids, that does not appear to be the case for Danielson, who undoubtedly had the surgery for vanity purposes.
Other reasons to receive the surgery include excess fatty deposits in eyelids, bags under the eyes, drooping lower eyelids that reveal white below the iris and excess skin and fine wrinkles around the lower eyelid, according to the American Society of Plastic Surgeons (ASPS).
With one facial contour complimenting another, one surgery can often lead to two, which is the case with Danielson, according to Diamond. Other possible procedures in question by the doctor are cheek augmentation with fat grafting and a facelift. According to the ASPS, eyelid surgery and facelifts go hand in hand.
“Rejuvenation procedures typically performed in conjunction with facelift [include] brow lift, to correct a sagging or deeply furrowed brow, and eyelid surgery to rejuvenate aging,” reports the association.
Not going nearly as far as her daughter Farrah, who proudly announced her nose job, chin implant and two breast surgeries, Danielson has stayed silent about her supposed surgeries.
“I would just waste hours and hours in front of the mirror, and it’s to the point where I would waste my whole day and get aggravated with how I look, so I wanted to get surgery, and I think there’s nothing wrong with that…because I didn’t mess up my features or my ethnicity or who I am,” Abraham said in a HuffPost Live report.
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