From a human Ken doll to the mother with L-cup breasts, a look at the most extreme cases of plastic surgery
22:26 GMT, 12 October 2012
A new show looks at some of the most extreme cases of plastic surgery.
Justin Jedlica, one of the stars of 20/20 Going to Extremes, refers to himself as
a human Ken doll, and has spent $100,000 on more than 90 procedures over the past decade.
Instead of going to the gym, the 32-year-old, from New York, uses surgery as a quick fix, and his sculpted physique is the result of numerous silicone implants.
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Under the knife: Justin Jedlica, who refers to himself as a human Ken doll, has had numerous implants to help him achieve a sculpted physique
Describing working out as 'not exciting, glamorous, or fabulous', Mr Jedlica has shaped his upper chest and arm areas using bicep, tricep pectoral implants.
Mr Jedlica's obsession with cosmetic surgery started after he decided to get a nose job in his mid-twenties.
He has since had four more,
each one 'not as extreme and exaggerated as I wanted'.
closer to… the picture that I have in my head,' he adds.
Mr Jedlica's obsession with cosmetic surgery started after he decided to get a nose job in his mid-twenties
Extreme: Mr Jedlica has shaped his upper chest and arm areas using bicep, trIcep pectoral implants
Asked if he's worried his body won't be able to withstand further surgery, he says that he understands the risks and is 'willing to take those on'.
Lacey Wildd also features in the upcoming documentary.
''I think I look okay. I'm trying to look like a certain type,
like almost like a Barbie type'
The mother-of-six, who has had 12 operations to give her L-cup breasts, says she
will not stop having cosmetic surgery until they are the biggest in the
The 44-year-old based in Hollywood, whose real name is Paula Simonds, currently has the seventh biggest breasts in the world, and together they weigh 21 pounds.
She has also had two tummy tucks, four full body liposuctions, abs sculpting, bottom implants and two bottom lifts.
The glamour model said. 'I think I look okay. I'm trying to look like a certain type,
like almost like a Barbie type.'
One surgery too far Lacey Wildd has had 12 operations to give her L-cup breasts and says she will not stop having cosmetic surgery until they are the biggest in the world
Wow! Ms Wildd describes that she was a tomboy as a girl (left) but today she works as a glamour model (right)
Earlier this year she said she was considering
more surgery, to take her from triple-L cups to triple-M, to become 'the
number-one booked breast star', however she remains an L-cup.
Ms Wildd describes that she was a tomboy as a girl.
But after becoming a single mother as a teenager and struggling to make ends meet as a waitress, she decided to reinvent herself, undergoing 12 breast augmentations, changing her name and
becoming a model.
Hinting at her current salary Ms Wildd revealed that models like her make around $250,000 per year.
Career boost: Ms Wildd (left) after surgery in 2001 and today (right)
Cosmetic and reconstructive surgeon Dr Alberto Gallerani, based in Miami, warned that Ms Wildd may be suffering from body dysmorphic disorder and should not have further breast implants.
Going to Extremes,airs on ABC at 10pm tonight.
An extreme dieter, who permanently wears a corset to train her waist to a smaller size, and a journalist, who has written about her experiences being a topless lap dancer in secret clubs and a naked sushi model also appear on the show.
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