A DOCTOR has speculated that President Joe Biden has drastically changed his appearance in recent years.
dr Gary Motykie, a well-known surgeon, suggests that Biden may have gone under the knife.
The surgeon, who has over 15 years of experience, is known for his plastic surgery analysis on TikTok.
Speaking about Biden, he believes the President has spent thousands of dollars changing the way he looks.
“I estimate that Joe Biden would have spent up to $100,000 on plastic surgery today if he had these procedures here in Beverly Hills,” claims Dr. Motykie speaking to Jam Press.
This was a rough estimate as the year and region the person is undergoing plastic surgery plays a part in the cost.
“It appears he may have had multiple procedures performed using outdated techniques.
“For example, it looks like he’s had a facelift and brow lift, but it left him with dwarf ears and unnatural forehead wrinkles.
“His hairline has also been restored, but the transplanted hair doesn’t look as natural as if it had been done with modern technology.”
As a practicing physician, Dr. Motykie have performed many different types of surgeries but specialize in rhinoplasty, revision rhinoplasty, facial rejuvenation surgery and breast surgery.
Speaking about Biden, he admitted that he was better off not having any of his alleged surgeries corrected.
He said, “I don’t know if it would be worthwhile for President Biden to have revision surgery at this point because this type of surgery can come with an increased risk of complications.”
He explained that Biden’s age can add complexity when attempting to reverse certain treatments performed using older techniques.
“As I mentioned in my plastic surgery review, I believe his (alleged) facelift and hair transplant were performed using an older technique.
“Ultimately, it is up to President Biden to decide if he is satisfied with the results of his trial.”
Based on his own experiences with patients, he explained that once a patient is 45 or older, the plastic surgery experience is not that easy.
“Occasionally I operate on patients who are older than 75 years. It simply depends on the procedures the patient is interested in and their general health,” he explained.