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Plastic Surgery Madness in Hollywood is Getting Scary

Is there anything ethical about the practice of plastic surgery in Hollywood? A lot of stars are so unsatisfied with how they look that going under the knife is their only solution. Or does it cause more problems?

Let's bring in former glamour model Alicia Douvall as one of our examples. The 30 year old model says "I've had so many operations I can't feel my stomach, my left breast or anything under my right arm," and adds, "I've had 15 boob jobs. I've changed my eyes and nose, had facelifts. My philosophy is 'if it can be changed it will be'".

The truth of the matter is that UK plastic surgeons repudiated to treat the self-confessed plastic surgery addict, which led her to go and find unethical cosmetic surgeons in the US.

Douvall's addiction is quite disturbing, but still not at the level of Heidi Montag's creepiness. Montag tweets about her post-surgery body.

She even generously provide tips on the maintenance of implants. In her tweets, Montag said she's giving herself a soft tissue breast massage (whatever that means), addressing all the ladies that there is a need for them to keep those breast implants soft.

A couple of hours later she followed up her tweet with another tip, this time about her jaw muscles. She said that taking a hot bath soothes her jaw muscles, they are locked up and it is hard to talk (according to her). Most fans know that Montag had her jawline fixed or unfixed (rather) to be more feminine, which left her with difficulties to chew her own food during her recovery. This kind of disclosure makes it to the Most Depressing Tweets Ever.

If Montag's tweets and tips made you yearn for some major cosmetic surgery, try out the new web application dubbed "Heidi Yourself." This application allows you to see how you would look if you'd been through the ten surgical procedures that Montag had at under Dr. Frank Ryan. Try it here.

If you are still stubborn enough to still want to go through any surgical procedures think about the late Michael Jackson, or Jocelyn Wildenstein -- known as the "Cat Woman" because she looks like a lion (frankly, Simba looks better). No matter how wealthy these two people were they only proved that money can't buy looks or can't help them fix what they have destroyed!

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