The Body Part Celebrities Are Giving an Anti-Aging Fix
What Is Trauma Dumping -- And How to Handle It
Actress Elizabeth Röhm Shares Her Fertility Journey
Do You Have a Future Fertility Plan?
Half of Americans Are Not Getting Enough Vitamin D – Are You One…
The One-Pot Pasta Dinner with Protein and Vegetables
Rocket Scientist Reveals How to Live Your Best Life!
At-Home Pilates Moves Perfect for Beginners
The Biggest Lie that Holds Us Back from Living the Life We Want
3 Easy At-Home Pilates Moves to Activate Your Core
Dr. Phil McGraw Shares How to Spot a Narcissist
Ask an Expert: How to Sit or Stand at Your Computer for Better B…
Why Eczema Is Common in Infants and What You Can Do about It
Reality Star Jax Taylor Gets ‘Brotox’ Live!
Here Is Why You Are a Big Fan of Horror Movies and TV Series!
How Many Calories Can You Burn Watching a Scary Movie?
What Is the Best Way to Protect Your Babies Skin?
Is More Pandemic Screen Time Drying Out Your Eyes?
The Differences between ‘Brotox’ and Botox!
Reality Star Jax Taylor on Saying Goodbye to ‘Vanderpump Rules’!
The Doctors are joined by plastic surgeons Dr. Jason Diamond and Dr. Garth Fisher to share the body part that some celebrities are treating to look younger and it might surprise you!
Laugh lines, crow’s feet, and forehead wrinkles might be areas that first come to mind, but plastic surgeon Dr. Andrew Ordon reveals that many stars are getting work done on their earlobes.
"People don't think about earlobes aging," Dr. Ordon says, explaining that lines can form and that their shape and size can change as we age.
Dr. Diamond says this occurs due to a loss of elasticity and volume, along with the wearing of heavy earrings. These can all cause the lobe to droop.
The plastic surgeons say there are easy treatments like a simple injection of fat or fillers for those without a develop earlobe. And for a lobe that is too large or a descended lobe, a fix can be done in the office and only takes 15 to 20 minutes for each ear.
Dr. Ordon explains this procedure will cost "a few thousand dollars."
Find out the plastic surgeons think are the best type of breast implants available, including the teardrop and gummy bear options, in the video below.