[ads1 id=”alignright”]Back in 2012, Jada Pinkett-Smith had been busy with the promotion of Madagascar 3, in which she reprised her voice acting role of Gloria, the hippo.
However, when she had made her appearance at the film’s premier, it was not her voice that got noticed because her fuller face had ended up becoming the center of attention.
Obviously, the rumor mill began spilling out rumors that Jada, who was 40 years old at that time, her fuller cheeks during the promotion of her new film were a result of plastic surgery. Apparently, it is very possible that Jada may have had fat grafts or fillers pumped into her cheeks to get them plumped up so that she could look younger.
According to Dr. Jonathan Hall, one of Boston’s leading plastic surgeons, known for his natural plastic surgery results, had a lot to say about Jada’s cheeks at the time. Although it was not Dr. Jonathan who had performed Jada’s plastic surgery, he claimed that her face looked thinner and her cheeks appeared to be “overly plumped.”
He claimed that some women tend to age more quickly if they follow extreme exercise routines that make their face thinner than it should be as they end up losing too much weight. He added that if women such as these get too much filler pumped into their face, it can make them look unnatural. What he is alluding to is that this was most likely the case with Jada.
Dr. Jonathan Hall even suggested that the use of enzyme could help reverse Jada’s alleged and supposed cheek enhancement if it was accomplished with the use of hyaluronic acid fillers like Juvederm or Restylane.
According to him, if it was Radiesse, injecting saline in order to overdo it could break it up. However, he had suspected that Jada may have had solid silicone implants because of the sharp outline and plumper size of her cheeks.
Jada Pinkett-Smith has always looked rather youthful for her age as a result of which she keeps sparking more and more plastic surgeries. Thus, her fuller cheeks led to the circulation of this most recent rumor.