[ads1 id=”alignright”]Nobody can deny that Zac Efron is perhaps one one of the most handsome actors to ever grace the screen, so it was only natural that people would attribute some of his good looks to foul play.
Rumors of his alleged plastic surgery started to surface soon after he appeared in High School Musical 2, a film in which Zac’s appearance seems to have changed ever so slightly over the years.
With or without the presumed procedures, you have to admit that Zac is a really good looking man, which definitely explains why he gets so much work these days, even after long periods of inactivity.
According to some, Zac Efron had a nose job at some point in the past, a procedure that changed the thickness of his nose to some extent. Although not anything major, you can clearly see upon closer investigation that his nose’s shape appears to have changed a bit over the years.
When comparing older pictures of Zac Efron with pictures of him today, we see how his nose has gotten slightly narrower over the years. It isn’t anything too dramatic, mind you, although the change is there if you look closely.
Questioned about it, several plastic surgery specialists including Dr. Sharrell J. Aston agreed that Zac Efron’s nose seems to have changed over time, mainly the tip cartilages which now appear smaller along with narrower nasal bones.
This isn’t the first time Zac Efron was accused of going under the knife. The actor was also accused in the past of getting chin implants for a more well-defined jawline, a rumor that was considered unsubstantiated by many at the time.
It isn’t that uncommon for actors to get work done on their face these days, although it does seem a bit odd for an actor as handsome as Zac Efron to get one. Nonetheless, if he really did go under the knife at some point, then we’re sure he had a good reason for it.
All things considered, most people would agree that Zac Efron remains a handsome man with or without the procedures and we can only hope that he refrains from any unnecessary procedures in
the future for the sake of women everywhere.