By: Cory Perrin - Staff Writer
Published: May 12, 2021

Bristol Palin’s Surgery To Correct Jaw

Bristol Palin’s Surgery - The reality star has finally come clean on her recent surgery. Palin, 20, said she did have work done on her jaw. However, Bristol said it was a corrective jaw procedure.

Bristol Palin’s surgery appeared last week in tabloids as she continued to deny it. She had originally said the new look was due to weight loss and an amazing makeup artist (yeah right). Everyone knew she was full of it and knew it was a matter of time before she told the truth.

“I had corrective jaw surgery. Yes, it improved the way I look, but this surgery was necessary for medical reasons…so my jaw and teeth could properly realign. I don’t obsess over my face,” Bristol insisted to the magazine. She continued, “I am absolutely thrilled with the results,” she says. “I look older, more mature, and don’t have as much of a chubby little baby face!”

Then the doctor was asked about the surgery. Plastic surgeon Dr. Brian Glatt told E! that the lower third of her face looked like two different people. She went on to say,”She had a double chin before and that’s gone now. It looks to me like she’s had extensive liposuction throughout her neck, including under her chin, which has clearly been liposuctioned, it’s obvious to me.”


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