Long before Nikki Cox became ever teenage boy’s desire on “Unhappily Ever After”, the actress had credits on shows like Boy Meets World and Star Trek, amongst many others. It was on Unhappily Ever After, though, that the world got put on notice that she was not only a funny actress with great timing, but also a natural beauty. Since that time, though, it seems fairly clear that she has had some work done, though she still remains very attractive.
The main form of surgery that seems obvious from looking at Ms. Cox is Botox. She still isn’t very old and definitely wasn’t when the rumors first started, but it would appear as though she was trying to get a jump on the wrinkles she was worried about incurring. Her skin has always been extremely smooth and it seems Botox was a measure to ensure it stayed looking that way.
Nowadays, if you look at Cox, you can see she has practically no wrinkles on her face, if any. She doesn’t have laugh lines or crow’s feet and this is a woman with a very attractive smile she likes to show off at events where photographers are available.
Another Nikki Cox plastic surgery example would be her lips. The smile that helped make her famous was always framed in full lips, but this may be another example of the actress trying to ensure they always stayed this way. Her injections definitely made a noticeable difference as paparazzi caught her with lips that were bigger than ever. That being said, the injections seemed to have died down since then and left her with a much more natural look, especially when you consider the genetics she already had working for her.
The tumor that Cox had work done to her midsection seems to do with the fact that she recently had a son, but appears no worse for wear. However, she has always been an extremely trim woman and it seems more likely that Cox is just a good example of Mother Nature liking some of us more than others where genetics are concerned.
While some forms of plastic surgery seem obvious on the young starlet, others would appear to be nothing more than conjecture at this time.