Social media users have been left astounded upon viewing before-and-after photos shared by a cosmetic surgeon.
As the popularity of cosmetic surgery continues to grow, and with advancements in techniques, it has become quite commonplace to encounter on social media platforms images showcasing individuals before and after their surgical procedures.
However, a Turkish surgeon has left people in utter disbelief by showcasing what he claims are the outcomes of multiple surgeries conducted over a span of two years.
In the “before” photo, the 68-year-old woman can be seen wearing a purple headscarf and displaying her natural appearance, complete with the expected signs of aging one would anticipate for someone of her age.
Yet, when we transition to the “after” image, purportedly taken after several surgeries, the woman appears to have shed more than two decades from her face. Let’s be frank, she looks like an entirely different individual, albeit one who still dons the same purple headscarf.
Sharing the images on Instagram, the surgeon penned, “Our lovely patient Miss Dilek after two years of rhinoplasty, face lift and blepharoplasty surgeries. I await your comments.”
He didn’t have to wait long, as the post quickly garnered a flood of comments from individuals who found it hard to believe their eyes.
One commenter remarked, “I definitely must say this is the best transformation I have ever seen to date.”
Another expressed, “She was born again, literally.”
A third person chimed in with, “Wow that’s crazy. She looks 20 years younger. The rhinoplasty result is really good. Lip filler for sure. But you can still tell it’s her.”
Nevertheless, there were skeptics who questioned the authenticity of the photographs.
One Instagram user skeptically commented, “Of all the things that never happened, this never happened the most.”
Another doubter questioned, “It’s like mother and daughter, incredible, is this real?”
A third person boldly declared, “This has to be two different people.”
Observant commenters noted that the woman’s eye color seemed to have changed between the two photos, but they were reminded that colored contact lenses do, indeed, exist.
For individuals contemplating cosmetic procedures abroad, the British Association of Aesthetic Plastic Surgeons (The BAAPS) advises cautious consideration before making any decisions.