Katie Cassidy Cheek Augmentation Plastic Surgery Before and After

[ads1 id=”alignright”]Some people have noticed that the beautiful Katie Cassidy seems to have gotten prettier over the years.

Not to say that she wasn’t a beautiful woman to begin with, it’s just that some of her facial features seem to have changed.

Rumors of her alleged plastic surgeries surfaced soon after she reprised her role in ‘Arrow‘, and for good reasons as well.

During the first season of ‘Arrow’, her appearance used to be rather different that how she looks today. People noticed something was different about her during the second season, when she appeared to be slimmer, her jaw seemed better defined, and her nose was slightly smaller as well.

According to these rumors, Katie Cassidy had a nose job recently, a jaw surgery, and Juvederm injected into her cheeks. Truth be told, she does seem to look different now than how she used to look just a couple of years ago, which might be a result of plastic surgery after all.

When comparing recent pictures of Katie Cassidy with pictures of her from just a few years ago, we see that her cheeks are much more pronounced now than before. By the looks of things, Katie Cassidy had cheek augmentation surgery at some point, along with a possible jaw surgery as well.

Katie Cassidy Cheek Augmentation Plastic Surgery Before and After

Katie Cassidy Cheek Augmentation Plastic Surgery Before and After

Although there have been rumors going around about a possible nose job that Katie allegedly had as well, there aren’t many signs to suggest that she had a rhinoplasty.

Or better yet, if she did have a rhinoplasty, the plastic surgeon did such a good job that the procedure is barely noticeable to the naked eye.

As for the cheek augmentation and the jaw surgery, it does seem that Katie’s face changed in shape over these past few years, for the better in fact.

Even though she is still young, Katie appears to have gone down the plastic surgery lane, and it will be interesting to see how her appearance changes over the next few years.