The public often plays a guessing game when it comes to celebrities: Have they gotten work done or have they not?
That's especially the case when you're married to a plastic surgeon, as Heather Dubrow is. "There are pictures of me online from birth until now. It is my nose, these are my cheeks, these are my eyes. I haven't had plastic surgery. I don't know what to say about it anymore. I don't care. If you think I look good, think whatever you want," Heather recently told Amy Phillips on her Radio Andy show Reality Checked. "I'm honest about what I've done, people just don't believe me. If you read my book or listen to my podcast, I talk about what I've done. I get botox sparingly. I want my kids to know I'm mad at them. I like Sculptra."
If Heather did ever go under the knife, she's not so sure she would be completely open about it. Heather and Amy discussed Melissa Gorga's recent revelation on The Real Housewives of New Jersey that she has had a nose job after dodging the question for years. "Again, I feel bad for Melissa because she's in a lose-lose [situation]. She had a procedure done that she's admitted to. Yes, people noticed. What is she supposed to say? 'Oh, I don't talk about those things?' That's a yes," Heather said. "It's a tough road because I feel like just because you're in the public eye doesn't mean you have to tell everything that's going on with you."
But there is one plastic surgery procedure Heather would be so excited to have done, she might just shout it from the rooftops. "I've had every cellulite treatment on the planet. I hate cellulite," she said. "By the way, if there was a plastic surgery treatment that would fix cellulite, I would totally do it. Sign me up now. I would lie down here. I would do it live."
Heather revealed that there was a time when she seriously considered getting plastic surgery, but she's now glad that she didn't have it done. "I'm not against plastic surgery at all. And I did think at one time, like after I had my kids, because I used to have big, natural D breasts, and I thought, 'Well they're just not what they were.' Like, 'Should I get small implants...' And then I just decided it wasn't right for me. And my breast tissue actually grew back," Heather explained. "I do believe there's a bounce back. And now I advocate people not doing these mommy makeovers six months after they had the last kid. I feel like you need to let your body settle."
However, that doesn't mean Heather is completely ruling out the possibility of going under the knife in the future. "You never know," she said. "Five years, four years, next Tuesday, if I feel like it's really gone south, maybe I'll have something done."