“As a patient, Paula Abdul has been openly pushing radio-frequency treatments for skin tightening and rejuvenation for quite some time. “You can see the tightening of her skin on her face, neck, and torso,” Dr. Frank Agullo, a plastic and cosmetic surgeon in El Paso, Texas, tells OK! exclusively.
According to Dr. Pam Agullo, a cosmetic surgeon, “it is obvious that Paula has undergone volume restoration with fillers around the cheeks, lips, and mouth,” and that “this has preserved her youthful and rejuvenated complexion on point.”
Plastic Surgeons Dish On How Paula Abdul ‘Maintains Her Youthful Look
Paula Abdul (@paulaabdul) has not only admitted but also actively supported her plastic surgery. She had work done to give her jawline a sleeker look and tighten the skin on her arms, as well as breast implants and breast revision surgery later on.
Paula Abdul discussed getting plastic surgery for a slimmer jawline on The Wendy Williams Show in 2019 and promoted the company where she had the procedure done. It was just before her residency, and she expressed a desire to have some aesthetic treatments rather than a facelift. While looking for it, she came across a company named InMode.
And there was the end of Paula Abdul’s career because she got what she wanted. Minor cosmetic enhancement. The singer stated that the company offered less invasive procedures called FaceTite and BodyTite. She had FaceTite done (when Wendy Williams asked what she had tightened, she said she wanted a slimmer jawline) and the plastic surgery process took barely an hour, maybe less, because she was a little drowsy. And after only 2-3 days, she was walking about with no visible scars.
The Straight Up singer then went on to explain the radio frequency laser method used in plastic surgery treatment. She stated that patients may be numbed or given anti-anxiety medications such as Ativan, exactly as she did. She had already been a brand ambassador for the company at the time, she claimed in a company statement.
To celebrate her 57th birthday, Paula Abdul underwent more plastic surgery with InMode to tighten the skin on her arms. She stated that she wanted to do something for herself because she had had multiple spinal cord injuries and paralysis, causing her muscles to atrophy and making it difficult for her to regenerate muscular tissue. BodyTite did wonders for her in that regard.
Paula Abdul had additional plastic surgery two years later, this time not a minimally invasive process. She had breast revision surgery to remove implants that were “a bit too big” for her body, tighten the skin, raise the breasts, and maybe place new, smaller implants.
After years of suffering from back discomfort, the singer decided to undergo plastic surgery. She said in a video for InMode that she got implants more than twenty years ago since she was petite and had smaller breasts, but it started bothering her back the more she danced. As the implants began to weigh down on her chest, she knew her proportions were incorrect.
Paula Abdul stated that gravity occurred over time, and because she had always thought that the implants were a little too large for her body, she chose to get the old implants removed. In the video she made before her plastic surgery with Dr. Jacob Unger, she expressed her excitement about altering her breasts and attaining the best overall shape and contour to complement her frame.
Though these are the only cosmetic procedures that the Opposites Attract singer has admitted to, some experts believe she has had more. According to Dr. Pam Agullo, Abdul has undergone volume restoration with fillers around the cheeks, lips, and mouth, which has kept her youthful and rejuvenated complexion on point.