Charlie Sheen, born Carlos Irwin Estévez on September 3, 1965, is an american movie and TV actor. He gain his popularity with movies Platoon, Wall Street and Hot shots. Recently, he is best known for sitcom Two and a half men in which he depicts a drinking, irresponsible womanizer.
His nose had a very noticeable bridge with a small hook in it. Now, it seems smoothed down and very straight. However, it is not too small for his face, it fits perfectly and is of a perfect size and still masculine. A lot of plastic surgeons screw up when they take too much off of a male patient’s face.
Charlie Sheen has been in the news lately. He is never too far away from a little celebrity misbehaving. Has he had any work done? You know it. Nobody watches his sitcom but if it was a reality show maybe they would, or maybe not.
Charlie Sheen’s hit television show Two and a Half Men has been cancelled for the rest of the season, to the disappointment of many loyal fans. But although Charlie’s weekly appearances on primetime are now officially over, it seems that fans and not fans are seeing more of Charlie than ever, thanks to his fantastic exploits and frequent interviews. Seeing how Charlie looks lately, it seems that he could use some help from plastic surgery, in addition to that of a mental health professional.
Does Charlie Sheen Need a Winning Plastic Surgery Recovery?
45-year old Charlie Sheen has long been touted as one of Hollywood’s baddest bad boys. For a while there, it looked like he had reformed but since destroying a New York hotel room, it seems he’s been on a long and windy downward spiral.
At some point in his life, between marriages and movies, Charlie likely had rhinoplasty to get rid of the bump on his nose (See Make Me Heal’s story on Charlie Sheen’s plastic surgery).
Charlie’s brother, actor and director Emilio Estevez, has also been under the knife, as his ex-wife actress Denise Richards.
Emilio has likely had a browlift, rhinoplasty, and may have had an injectable filler to add volume to his cheeks. Emilio has hollows under his eyes and very arches brows indicating a possible browlift. His nose appears straighter and with a more rounded tip indicating a possible rhinoplasty. The lack of furrows on his forehead and lack of crow’s feet around the eyes indicate the use of injectable fillers like Botox, Restylane, and Juvederm (See Make Me Heal’s story on Emilio Estevez’s plastic surgery).
Denise has admitted to having three breast augmentations and likely also uses fillers like Radiesse as well as Botox to stay young and fresh (See Make Me Heal’s story on Denise Richards’ breast augmentation).
Partying with his “Goddesses” and appearing on every possible broadcast medium know to man, from the Internet to traditional television and radio talk shows, looks to have taken a toll on Charlie Sheen. Instead of focusing on tiger blood and flaming fists, Charlie may want to consider some good ole plastic surgery to cure what ails his tired features.
Since leaving rehab and embarking on a media frenzy, Charlie looks to have aged considerably. Loosing volume in his face and with bags under his eyes, Charlie either needs to stop talking and start sleeping or get some fat grafts and fillers like Sculptra placed in his face, especially in the hollows of his cheeks. He could also use eyelid surgery to take care of his sags and bags under his eyes. And a little Botox would definitely help eliminate the perpetually worried look caused by the 11 between his eyebrows, as well as relax the lines across his forehead and even his neck. Most likely, he could also do with some chemical peels or laser resurfacing with a laser treatment such as Fraxel.
Dr. Alexander Rivkin, a Yale-trained facial cosmetic surgeon and UCLA faculty member, with practices in Malibu and Westwood, says, “Charlie Sheen – the face of winning, the not so winning face of Charlie Sheen. The years of abusing his body with drugs have taken their toll on Sheen. Even TV makeup cannot hide the poor quality (in his case you can clearly see that his skin has lost much of its elasticity and hangs more loosely than it should in a guy his age) of his skin and the gauntness of his face. Drugs have accelerated the natural volume loss that befalls all of us with time. It seems like he could really benefit from Sculptra re-volumizing throughout his cheeks. The advantage to Sculptra is that it will also improve the quality of his skin through collagen stimulation. He could also do with some Juvederm filling of his tear troughs. The depth of the depressions of his tear troughs gives him the circles under his eyes that make him look more tired and haggard than he would otherwise. Filling of his nasolabial folds with Juvederm would be a good idea. I would guess that laser resurfacing would be nice, although I would have to see his skin without makeup to be sure.”