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62-year-old twins Melodye and Illeane are self-professed fitness enthusiast who say they can “run circles around any 20 year old” yet as they age, they feel their faces don’t match how they feel inside. The sisters join The Doctors to discuss how they feel about their features and if there is anything that can be done.
Melodye says she looks pretty good “for an old lady” but when she looks in the mirror she is dissatisfied with the droopy jowls, wrinkles and discoloration of her skin. Her sister agrees and says, “when I look in the mirror, I go, that’s not me!” The sisters workout often yet Melodye is a fitness professional so she is in the gym more than Illeane which is the reason why Ileane says she is a bit heavier.
The twins love looking like each other and hope they can find a way to look more identical like they used to when they were younger. ER physician Dr. Travis Stork wants to clarify that they want to improve their looks as much for themselves as individuals, as they do as twin sisters, and they both agree. They both want to look in the mirror and feel better about what they see!
Plastic surgeon Dr. Andrew Ordon points out that twins who have the same genetic makeup allow us to study the effects of outside influence on aging. He notes that while they both look great, because of the weight difference, you can see Melodye is a bit gaunter in the face. Luckily, Dr. Ordon lets the twins know it is totally doable to make some changes, they just need to have specific treatment plans made for each of them that are a little bit different but in the end will have them looking good and more alike.
The Doctors invite plastic surgeon Dr. Rady Rahban to take on the twins’ cases and he offers to help take care of them both for free! He invites them to come in for an exam and believes with a combination of non-surgical treatments, like Botox and filers, and a few other things, they will be right where they want to be! The Doctors can’t wait to have the twins back to reveal their results.