I thought, it’s just a fad among woman, I thought 59 surgeries is the most plastic surgeries a person ever had(See Jenny Lee’s plastic surgery story), but Justin Jedlica topped it all, spending $100,000 on nearly 100 plastic surgery operations to become a real-life Ken doll.
Just another way to spend worth load of money on. Not to mention, all the risks and pain, one has to deal with these kind of plastic surgery operations. It does sounds easy, but it isn’t.
Real Life Ken Doll – Spends $100,000 On Nearly 100 Plastic Surgery Operations
Justin Jedlica plastic surgery includes nearly 5 rhinoplasties, a cranial brow bone shape and augmentations to his butt, chin, cheeks and lips. It’s all started with a nose job when he was 18.
And the success of his first rhinoplasty boosted his confidence, which resulted in more and more surgeries to carve and shape every other body part, he felt is not in his accordance. Read his own words, after the first nose job.
‘It was really something that set me apart and validated me and I felt so euphoric,’ he said of that first surgery.
Instead of hitting a gym or a good diet, he boasted about his all things artificial. Yep, every other thing is just mere plastic. He proudly shows the shape that he has paid big bucks for, willingly stripping off his shirt to show the tight products of his pec implants, and almost cartoonish biceps made of silicone. MR Jedlica said that he feels the surgeries are ways that he can ‘treat myself as if I were my own sculpture, my own artwork.’
After all these plastic surgery operations, even his doctors felt the need to stop him. But it’s his right to go on and on to shape every imperfect body part. And with 100 plastic surgery operation, he’s extremely lucky that not even one went wrong or faced any complications so far. He’s 34 now.
‘There’s always the potential for something to go wrong, but those risks are pretty nominal,’ he said.
And if there are risks involved, obviously there’re. Jedica said,
‘I’m willing to accept these risks but I don’t think anything worthwhile in life comes without taking risks’
That’s addiction to be Mr.Perfect. When there’s no such thing as perfection. Would be great if someone could tell him that there’re better ways to spend worth-load of money. But its his money and he has every right to play along with his body. What are your views about Justin Jedlica?