Mark Feuerstein Plastic Surgery Before & After
This hunk and star of the USA drama series “Royal Pains” certainly doesn’t seem like he needs plastic surgery. But if press reports are to be believed, he’s had more work done than the average overly vain Hollywood trophy wife. It’s especially ironic because on the TV show he plays a doctor who often has to treat rich people obsessed with looking good at all costs.
Mark Feuerstein is proudly Jewish and has often joked in interviews about his ethnic heritage and his very prominent nose. And while he’s never publicly admitted that he has had work done on his nose, fans noticed that his nose had become much less prominent in the months before he landed his big television role. It’s sad to think that he would have altered his look so appear less Jewish, but based on photos that certainly seems to be the case.
If you see early pictures of Feuerstein, you can’t help notice that something else is different about this face – the size and shape of his chin. At some point, he seems to have had a chin implant done, which gives him a much more prominent and sculpted chin. It’s a common procedure for actors and not a surprising choice for a man with overall soft features. Most men and women have it done in their twenties and that seems to have been the timeframe in this case.
Fans of Feuerstein’s tv series “Royal Pains” noticed that his face seemed to change a bit between the first and second season of the show. He had a few less wrinkles and his eyes seemed a bit tighter around the corners. The suspicion is that he had some Botox work done on his face and while the actor hasn’t admitted it, he has said in interviews that he doesn’t think there is anything wrong with the procedure. He’s also said that he’d have it done, if he thought he needed it.
Mark Feuerstein's Plastic Surgeries
Whether it's classical cosmetic enhancements like a boob job or more obscure things like eyelid surgery, here is a list of all the known plastic surgeries Mark Feuerstein has done:
|Eyelid Surgery (Blepharoplasty)||N/A|