“Shahs Of Sunset” Star GG Wants “More, More, More” Plastic Surgery!

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Golnesa Gharachedaghi, better known as “GG” on Bravo’s “Shahs of Sunset” tells The Doctors that when it comes to plastic surgery, there’s never enough!

GG joins ER physician Dr. Travis Stork and plastic surgeon Dr. Andrew Ordon saying it’s easier to ask her what she has not done, compared to asking her what she has done to her body. “I’m always putting something somewhere,” she explains.

Her plastic surgery journey began at 19 with her nose, at 27 she started getting fillers, followed by breast implants, liposuction of the stomach and back, contouring of her butt, lip work and a recent procedure on her eyes – all surgeries she proudly stands by.

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“I don’t have any regrets. I love plastic surgery… I don’t like to do it to an extreme level where I look abnormal… I’m happy where I am. I’m sure with age I’m going to want, more, more and more,” she tells The Doctors. “I love to be very open and put it out there about what I’ve done and not hide.”

Plastic surgeon Dr. Simon Ourian, who recently worked on GG’s eyes recently, tells The Doctors that despite the number of times she’s gone under the knife, that she’s “very conservative” with her body alterations. “It’s very important for her to look as natural as possible.”

As for future surgeries, GG wants to do more with her lips, revealing she gets Botox and filler every 2 to 3 months and she desires a more permanent fuller lip solution.

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The Doctors also welcome Dr. Randal Haworth who performs a procedure for lasting full lips. But after watching the graphic surgery video below, find out if GG is willing to have the operation to achieve the perfect pout?!

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