In January of this year, Rose turned to Beverly Hills-based plastic surgeon Dr. Garth Fisher to take her down from 36H to a 36DDD in a surgery that took more than three hours.
But, hold on. Let’s speculate for a second. Despite reports that her cellulite-reduction may have involved minimally invasive laser treatments, it’s hard to believe that any laser treatment could cause swelling and/or bruising that’s worth mentioning several months later. She’s also already loving the results.
"It's like a dream come true" to be able to wear spaghetti-strap tops without feeling self-conscious. In addition to her breast reduction, Amber also got a “cellulite-removal treatment.” Although she didn’t specify what that entailed, she did mention that her legs and her butt are still very sore, but that the bruising and the swelling have gone down a lot.
In light of that, we truly believe she may have undergone body contouring with liposuction and fat transfer to the buttocks (since she mentioned that her swelling has also affected her butt).
It goes without question that there remains a stigma associated with most types of plastic surgery. It also seems that stars who get reductive breast surgery may actually have an easier time steering clear of the negative commentary.
But the real question is... Are celebrities taking advantage of this to combine breast reduction with other surgical procedures? Join the conversation and let us know.