- 1 Matthew McConaughey: Plastic Surgery
- 2 Did Matthew McConaughey Debut Plastic Surgery At The Golden Globes?
- 3 Plastic Surgery At The Movies: Matthew McConaughey, Jennifer Garner, Beyonce, Tom Hanks
- 4 Getting Arrested is Not Enough for Matthew McConaughey
- 5 Plastic Surgery Message Boards
- 6 Plastic Surgery Before/After Pictures
- 7 Find Top Doctors In Plastic Surgeons Directory
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- 10 Should I Get Plastic Surgery?
Matthew McConaughey: Plastic Surgery
Matthew McConaughey has had a hair transplant to restore hair in the frontal area of his head. In 1999, McConaughey had a dramatically thinning hairline with signs of balding. In 2005, the actor regained a full head of hair with none of the male pattern baldness that was underway a few years earlier. This transformation is likely to have been achieved by a hair transplant.
The actor explained in an interview with David Letterman that his sudden hair growth as being the result of using a topical hair growth product called Regenix. To date, there are no non-surgical treatments that can restore a man's hairline other than surgery.
While red carpet events usually focus on the women, including what they’re wearing and what they are holding in those tiny little purses, this year’s Golden Globes held a lot of focus on the men, as they managed to transform into different people on screen. Here’s a look at the plastic surgery secrets behind some of the best performances over the past year. Matthew McConaughey took home the Golden Globe for Best Actor for Dallas Buyers Club. Like his costar, Jared, Matthew also dropped a lot of weight off his usually muscular frame...
Read the full article on Make Me Heal 's Celebrity Plastic Surgery News Blog. The article, along with photos can be found at the following link: Did Matthew McConaughey Debut Plastic Surgery At The Golden Globes?
Plastic Surgery At The Movies: Matthew McConaughey, Jennifer Garner, Beyonce, Tom Hanks
With summer blockbusters just around the corner, Make Me Heal takes a look at some of the plastic surgery currently playing in theaters, before the studios bring out the big releases.
New father Matthew McConaughey is known for his killer abs and receding hairline. In his new movie, Ghosts of Girlfriends Past, both are readily on display.
Matthew McConaughey has long struggled with hair loss (See Make Me Heal’s story on Matthew McConaughey’s Hair Transplant), but recently, it has been looking better than ever.
Hair restoration expert Dr. Alan Bauman reveals, “Matthew’s hair has been on the rebound for a while now. Publicly, to my knowledge, he’s denied surgical intervention and equates the regrowth to a magical topical potion. However, physicians will agree, nothing grows hair on bald skin except hair transplantation. Even Propecia, which works 90% of the time, is designed for the long haul… keeping the hair you have, NOT re-growth of the hairline. Contrary to popular opinion, today’s hair transplant procedures can be performed comfortably, reliably and efficiently. Not to mention, undetectably. This means that the transplanted hairlines of today, if performed with an “artistic eye,” can mimic the feathery, wavy randomized look of a natural hairline—(i.e. NOT ‘pluggy’). And because the transplanted hair is living and growing (also permanent, by the way), he can shampoo, wash, cut, swim, etc., all without the hassle and maintenance of a hairpiece—which would be an artificial solution to the hair loss problem. Advanced minimally-invasive techniques, like the FUE (Follicular-Unit Extraction) performed with devices like the NeoGraft, also allow for procedures that require no scalpel, no stitches and leave no linear scar give hair transplant patients more options for hair-styling. FUE procedures allow the surgeon to extract hair follicles or groups of follicles individually, without a linear harvest.”
New York plastic surgeon Dr. David Shafer says, “It sure looks like Matthew has more hair now than he did in the past. It is a nice result.”
It also looks like Matthew McConaughey may have dabbled in Botox and facial fillers, as his face looks wrinkle-free considering all the time he spends frolicking in the sun.
Getting Arrested is Not Enough for Matthew McConaughey
The following article is reprinted from Make Me Heal 's Celebrity Plastic Surgery News. The article, along with photos can be found at the following link: Getting Arrested is Not Enough for Matthew McConaughey.
Way back in October of 1999, Matthew was arrested for noise pollution and possession of drugs. The drug accusation was dropped, but he did plead guilty for being too noisy. He was playing the drums. Well, for this How to Lose a Guy in 10 Days star, it is about that time again--those drums weren’t loud enough for Matthew McConaughey.
He must be a fan of Tom Hanks, or at least Tom Hanks’ hair because he seems to be following in his footsteps, or in more correct terms, following in Tom Hanks’ hairline. As found on an article called “McConaughey’s Miracle Hair,” written by Shana Liebman, “McConaughey once told David Letterman that his resprouting is the result of the topical biopharmaceutical Regenix.” Well, we could go out and tell all men suffering under a case of male pattern baldness to go and buy the product, but we would be misleading them.
There are reasons to discount this information about any hair re-growing products. One, he had been losing his hair quickly and badly, so he had to do something fast to replace his worn-down look. Two, now his hair looks great and even fuller than it did before. Coincidence? You decide. Just by using the naked eye, we can see that his hair has remarkably improved since his photo from 1999 when he was 31 just around the time where baldness kicks in. If he hadn’t done anything to his hair, he should not have a lot now. However, that is obviously not the case. His hair actually looks better than ever.
Okay, his hair looks great, but that doesn’t prove anything, right? It may seem that way, as hair transplants can be very expensive. But as we all know, money is not a problem for celebrities, and that includes McConaughey. One man named Duncan Robinson, who is from the Hair Club for Men said, “We think he got them from a place called New Hair Institute.” It is possible that he got a transplant in conjunction with using Regenix, as some people doubt that his great hair came from surgery alone. But whatever he used or did to his hair, there is one thing for certain. He definitely looks good.
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