Tamra Judge Says She Was "Scared S***less" About Her Face Surgery

Tamra Judge Says She Was "Scared S***less" About Her Face Surgery

The #RHOC mom shares more details about her "comeback."

By Jocelyn Vena

Tamra Judge candidly revealed on Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen on Monday that she had only just gotten a procedure done to her face. "I call it a comeback. I don't call it a face[lift]," she said during the appearance. "It's a mini." Since she revealed the news, she's been getting lots of responses from fans -- and now The Real Housewives of Orange County mom is sharing more details about the procedure.

"I'm getting an overwhelming amount of messages about my surgery. I thought I'd post some of your answers here. My doctors name is Dr. Milind Ambe of Newport Beach , @milindambemd you've probably seen him on the show before," she said on Instagram, alongside a photo of her right after the surgery. "These pics were taking all within the first week. Yes I was scared s***less! But I've seen Dr. Ambe's work on my Mom and knew I was in good hands."

 

Tamra then explained what results she was looking for by going under the knife. "I wanted a very natural look and it's exactly what he's known for. There was little pain and bruising involved (everyone is different) the hardest part for me was staying still for 2 weeks," she said, before recalling one hitch in her recovery.

"On day 12 I got the stomach flu which sucked! Today it's been 17 days and I feel great, my neck is still stiff and my ears and jawline are slightly swollen and numb," she said. "That will all change in a few weeks. Incision are behind my ear and hairline, under my chin. I'm open and honest about it because I want women to know that everyone gets old even people on TV and there is nothing wrong with growing old gracefully if that's what you want...... It's [just] not for me! I like to keep it real! #lowerfacelift #eyetuck. #callitacomeback."

Check out throwback photos of Tamra, below.

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