In a recent interview, celebrity body-builder Jodie Marsh said she wants to downside her breast implants with a revision plastic surgery that is going to be performed this year. Her decision to get another “boob job” came after dropping to a size 6 over the past couple of months.
The British tv personality, who has appeared topless on numerous tabloid newspapers, was quoted saying that her large implants seem out of proportion with her smaller body-frame. In fact, she even admitted to “lifting her breasts” during body-building competitions because they hide the “first couple of rows of her abs.”
Meanwhile, Dr. TarickSmaili, a cosmetic surgeon who did not treat Marsh, said that he is seeing more patients wanting to downside their breasts in order to achieve a more natural look.
“In general, very large breast implants lead to the heavy top look which often looks unnatural, especially if you have a small frame and limited chest width. Surprisingly, this was a trend during the previous years although I am now seeing that many patients are opting to replace their implants with smaller ones to look natural,” Smaili said.
Another concern with extremely large breast implants, Smaili said, is that the patients are at higher risk of rippling, which is more of a problem if they have a limited amount of breast tissue and fats to cover the implant shell.
Citing the body-builder’s recent photo, Smaili said that her upper and medial cleavage has some visible rippling, which the doctor explained is caused by implants that are too large for her body.
Marsh is not the only celebrity who is shifting to the natural look. In fact, Denise Richards and Pamela Anderson have been reported to undergo a revision breast augmentation to downsize their implants.
Another good example is Kate Hudson who has been reported to have plastic surgery in 2010 to receive small breast implants that no one would even be able to tell she have them if not for her previous videos and photos.
Going back to Marsh, she previously said that she was concerned if she had the controversial PIP breast implants which have been pulled out in the UK market and other countries after findings suggest the devices have a very high failure rate.
However, she did not mention if her decision to replace her breast implants with smaller ones has also something to do with the controversial PIP devices.