Incredible transformation of a divorcee who was left with ‘no hope’ after FIVE botched boob jobs resulted in hard, uneven breasts with part of her nipple missing
- Hope was devastated after being left with an uneven chest following surgery
- Her first five surgeries left her breasts getting worse every time
- But now the divorcee has a symmetrical chest after going on TV show Botched
A woman whose breasts were botched in five failed plastic surgeries has undergone an incredible transformation.
Hope, believed to be 44 years old but whose last name is unknown, was devastated after being left with an uneven chest following the procedures.
After her first five operations made her breasts worse every time, one even leaving her with silicon ‘gushing’ out of her skin, she took her hopeless case to TV doctors.
Her right breast ended up being higher than her left and with part of her nipple missing, while her other breast felt hard to touch and was heavily scarred.
But, despite feeling she had been left with ‘no hope’, the divorcee now has a symmetrical chest after going under the knife on the E! reality series Botched.
Hope sought help from doctors on the TV show Botched after five operations to improve her breasts went wrong
In the programme, which aired in the US last night, she explained how her right breast was ‘extremely high’, compared to her left
Hope, from Texas, sought help from doctors on the TV show Botched because she feared that her chest would never be fixed and admitted she had ‘no hope’.
After being left unhappy with her first four boob jobs from the same doctor, Hope tried another surgeon but they left her chest in the worst shape of all.
Following that operation she had what the doctors on Botched described as ‘one of the worst complications you could have’ – an exposed implant.
She said: ‘I swear it was like a gallon of the fluid just gushing out of my breast. I thought “I’m gonna die right here in this room”.’
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In the programme, which aired in the US last night, she explained how her right breast was ‘extremely high’, compared to her left.
When the surgeons assessed her case they said Hope had a ‘major asymmetry problem’.
In order to fix her breasts, Dr Terry Dubrow and Dr Paul Nassif removed the scar tissue from previous surgeries, took out her old implants, lifted up her chest muscle and inserted new smaller implants.
Hope, who had been unhappy with her breasts because she claims they shrunk after breastfeeding, had her first surgery aged 24.
But with each surgery and revision the state of her chest got worse until, eventually she spent a year-and-a-half with one enlarged breast when a ruptured implant had to be removed.
Hope, who is believed to be 44 years old, feared her chest would never be fixed and admitted she had ‘no hope’
But after the surgery, which Dr Terry Dubrow said was complicated, she spoke of her happiness that her breast were symmetrical
Dr Dubrow decided that he needed to try a ‘unique solution’ in order to fix Hope’s uneven breasts, E News reports
Dr Dubrow warned the chances the revision procedure could work were low and that the risks of a complication were ‘high’
PLASTIC SURGERY A BOOMING BUSINESS IN THE US
Nearly 18million plastic surgery procedures were performed in the US in 2017, according to the American Society of Plastic Surgeons.
Prevalence of cosmetic surgery has continued to grow across the last decade, with a two percent increase between 2016 and 2017.
The top five surgical procedures in 2017 were:
Source: American Society of Plastic Surgeons
She worried her insecurities were being passed on to her 21-year-old daughter, Mariah, whom she was concerned about, having never had a boyfriend.
‘I just thought there’s never gonna be an end to this crazy disaster I’m living with,’ Hope said on Botched.
‘All I want is for my boobs to be symmetric and my areolas to match.’
Dr Dubrow warned the chances the revision procedure could work were low and that the risks of a complication were ‘high’.
But the surgery was a success and Hope is now happy with her breasts.
She said: ‘It’s been really amazing with my new breasts.
‘I dont have to adjust my bra over and over, and I can be comfortable in anything I’m wearing.
‘After 20 years and seven surgeries this chapter is closed. It’s been a long time coming… I can truly be really comfortable in my skin.’
Other cases on the show included a women who needed her nose fixed and 24-year-old Natasha Crown, who wanted her breasts reshaped.
Ms Crown couldn’t resist showing off her huge bottom on the show and declared she is on a quest to have ‘the world’s biggest bum’.
The surgeons said they couldn’t fix her breasts without making them smaller, which she rejected, and warned her cosmetic surgery is putting her health at risk.
Getting there: The Serbian-born Natasha Crown, who now lives in Sweden, says her goal is to have the ‘world’s biggest bum’
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