Wendy Williams Talks Tummy Tucks
If you’ve put your plans for a tummy tuck in McLean, Virginia on hold, you are not alone.
Talk-show host Wendy Williams recently revealed that she had to cancel her breast lift due to coronavirus precautions.
Continue reading to find out what Wendy had to say about the coronavirus pandemic and her past and future cosmetic surgeries.
Wendy Williams Talks Coronavirus and Cosmetic Surgery on The Dr. Oz Show
Coronavirus-related closures and shelter in place orders have affected nearly every aspect of daily lives.
And while most Americans are worried about staying safe and getting back to work, Wendy Williams recently faced another disruption due to COVID-19 measures.
On a recent episode of The Dr. Oz Show, Williams revealed that her breast lift surgery had been canceled in response to the coronavirus outbreak.
She said that she’s now wondering how much longer she’ll have to endure her sagging and drooping breasts.
What Cosmetic Procedures Has Wendy Williams Had?
Wendy is no stranger to body contouring procedures. In addition to the planned breast lift, she also had breast implants, liposuction, and a tummy tuck.
She’s even documented and then shared her Botox treatment on an episode of The Wendy Williams Show.
Breast implant surgery is a surgical procedure that uses saline or silicone implants to improve breast size, shape, and symmetry.
Liposuction is a body contouring treatment that surgically extracts fat and sculpts common trouble areas like the abdomen, flanks, hips, thighs, back, upper arms, and chin.
Tummy tuck in McLean, Virginia is an excellent option for anyone who is dealing with loose skin on the abdomen, unattractive belly button, and/or separated or lax abdominal muscles.
The surgery is performed on an out-patient basis and produces a slimmer, flatter, and firmer midsection.
If you are considering a body contouring procedure, including a tummy tuck in McLean, Virginia, please call our office today to schedule a comprehensive consultation with board-certified plastic surgeon Dr. Shlomo Widder.