Can You Make Me Look Like Brad Pitt? Commonly Requested Male Celebrity Body Parts

Published: 30th March 2009
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Beverly Hills facial plastic surgeons Richard W. Fleming, M.D. and Toby G. Mayer, M.D. are known as surgeons to the stars, and have been in business for more than 25 years. Every year, they release a list of the most requested male and female celebrity parts their patients most often request.

Want to know which male celebrity features were most in demand in 2009? Then read on to find out which procedures can make you look like your favorite star.

Best Eyes
How can you change the appearance of your eyes to look like you favorite celebrity? You can undergo eyelid surgery and apply contacts to look more like:

James Franco
Justin Timberlake
Daniel Craig

Best Lips
For men interested in augmenting their lips with use of filler materials such as Juvederm, implants, or fat transfer may be interested in modeling their procedure after these actors:

Brad Pitt
Wentworth Miller
James Marsden

Best Chin
Men can change the size and shape of their chins. For those that feel their chins are too large, they can undergo chin reduction surgery; for those that feel their chins are too small or recessed, they can have an implant placed to increase its size. Men that undergo cosmetic chin surgery often want to look more like:

Robert Pattinson
George Clooney
Will Smith

Best Nose
Rhinoplasty surgery can be performed to make the nose appear more symmetrical, remove bumps, refine the bridge or tip, and change the size and shape of the nostrils. Men who are interested in undergoing rhinoplasty may want their new nose to look like one of these movie stars:

Leonardo DiCaprio
Josh Duhamel
Jake Gyllenhaal

Best Body
Both men and women idolize movie star bodies. Men who undergo plastic surgery of the body may have pec, bicep, or calf implants placed to look more like a buffed out celebrity.

Matthew McConaughey
Eric Dane
Hugh Jackman

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