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Mary Steenburgen Plastic Surgery Before and After

Mary Steenburgen is a very popular actress in her era. She even won Best Supporting Actress and Golden Globe Award for Best Supporting Actress in 1980. She played a role as Lynda Dummar in Melvin and Howard. 

Mary Steenburgen Plastic Surgery Before and After

Mary Steenburgen Plastic Surgery Before and After

Talking about her appearance, you might know that Mary has been 63 years old now. And her appearance is younger than her age. In this case, some people speculated that she had taken botox procedure to rejuvenate her look.

Considering from the popularity of botox injection. It seems Mary Steenburgen plastic surgery through botox injection is no longer a speculation. You might see her current face. She didn’t have much wrinkles like many women in the same age does.

This speculation has created various comments from the public. Some people are impressed with the way she keep her beauty. Commonly, the women in the same age will get significant aging problem. But she doesn’t have any.Her face looks completely smooth. She looks 15 years younger.

Mary Steenburgen Plastic Surgery

Mary Steenburgen Plastic Surgery

As reported in some medias, Dr. Siew, a plastic surgeon also see the sign of botox on her face. The botox must have taken away the wrinkles and lines. The doctor also believe if Mary got fillers injection as well. She may get fillers to keep her facial skin fuller, especially the cheek area.

Did she get another major surgery?

We  don’t think that she get another major plastic surgery. Her fresh and smooth face should be the result of botox help. As you see, she looks confident with her current appearance. However, she still need to be aware about the risk of surgery. Not all the plastic surgery ended nicely. (You can read about Pete Burn plastic surgery gone wrong).

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