[ads1 id=”alignright”]Back in 2013, when Sharon Osbourne appeared on Anderson Cooper’s Anderson Live, she spoke out about the various plastic surgeries she has undergone over the years.
Ozzy Osbourne’s wife has gone under the knife multiple times, for arm liposuction, breast augmentation, a breast lift, a facelift, a neck lift, neck liposuction and a tummy tuck.
A thigh lift is also among the procedures she has undergone, and according to Sharon, it was the most painful of them all.
It was her left thigh that had gone under the knife, and she described the painful procedure to viewers as “gruesome” and “horrifying.” Sharon recounted how the skin around her thigh was first cut, pulled up, and was then sewed back on.
Sharon even advised everyone not to undergo a thigh lift. However, Dr. John Di Saia, a California plastic surgeon, believes otherwise.
According to Dr. John, a gastric bypass patient can considerably benefit from thigh lift surgery. He agrees that it is not recommended for everyone and that for the first couple of weeks, it can be among the more “inconveniently uncomfortable” surgeries.
However he also adds that the ultimate results of the procedure are often positive. At the same time, Dr. John that Sharon Osbourne must have experienced pain, especially when sitting on a toilet, since tension is put on the suture lines.
It also seems that Sharon had a facelift at some point, or at least that’s what recent pictures of her have been suggesting. At closer inspection, we see that Sharon’s face has almost no wrinkles left, which is surprising considering her age.
However, Dr. John claims that Sharon was exaggerating when she stated that the experience was “excruciating.” Indeed, Sharon Osbourne is known for her exaggerations and even blatant fabrications, such as the fact that she had lied about having undergone vaginal rejuvenation during an appearance on The Graham Norton Show.
Overall, Dr. John Di Saia wants everyone to know that even though thigh lift surgery may not be for everyone, it also not as painful as Sharon Osbourne had been claiming it was for her.
Perhaps he is right since Sharon never complained about the results of the procedure, but simply about the pain it caused her. Like they say: No pain, no gain!