More brides say "I do" to pre-ceremony cosmetic surgery

07/25/2014 | WKRC-TV (Cincinnati)

Brides-to-be increasingly choose to have cosmetic surgery before their weddings instead of touching up photographs afterward, plastic surgeons say. Younger brides often choose fillers, peels and wrinkle-relaxing injections, says facial plastic surgeon Alex Donath. Plastic surgeons are also seeing more grooms-to-be seeking blepharoplasty and neck lifts, while mothers of the bride and groom often request procedures as well.

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