Self-proclaimed "world's first supermodel" Janice Dickinson was the latest celebrity to be featured on the new E! reality show Botched. We've previously written about the TV show, which shows the process of repairing bad or irresponsible cosmetic surgery, underscoring the importance of only entrusting your health and your looks to board certified plastic surgeons. Dickinson appeared on the show to have her rippled and ridged breast tissue fixed.
According to Page Six, Dr. Terry Dubrow, one of the Botched physicians, confessed that Dickinson was one of the most difficult patients he has ever had. He was shocked when he discovered she had removed her sterile draining tubes after the operation.
"This is so dangerous, Janice," Dubrow said on the show, as reported by multiple news sites. "Are you trying to have a disaster on me? Don't do that."
As a patient, it is critical for your safety and your aesthetic results that you carefully follow the directions of your cosmetic surgeon. Remember that behaving irresponsibly when it comes to your postoperative care could endanger your looks and even your life.
Fortunately for Dickinson, she reportedly healed without complications, and she was very happy with her smooth, younger-looking breasts.
If you previously had breast augmentation surgery but are not happy with the results, contact Christopher Craft Cosmetic Surgery to schedule an initial consultation. We can discuss your options for getting a breast augmentation in Miami, and alternative possibilities such as a breast lift procedure. You deserve to always look and feel your best, so don't wait. Christopher Craft, MD, is one of the best plastic surgeons in Florida. He can help you safely and responsibly meet your aesthetic goals.