This Is What Surgeons Think Of Kylie Jenner’s Lips

What’s the first thing that comes to mind when you think of Kylie Jenner? That pout, of course.

The Keeping Up With The Kardashians lady, 18, admitted earlier this year that she’d plumped up her lips with fillers.

Then she revealed the exact treatment she uses, telling The New York Times: ‘I still do Juvéderm for my lips.’

Kylie Jenner Kylie Jenner has been open about having lip fillers


But what do other plastic surgeons make of her fuller smile? Well. The doctors from reality show Botched actually seem a little bemused by her decision.

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‘I’ve seen Kylie in the past, way before all of this. She’s always, just like the rest of these girls, she has nice lips already,’ Dr Paul Nassif tells E!.

‘It’s not like she has really thin lips, she has beautiful, full lips.’

Kylie Jenner Kylie Jenner cut a very different figure back in 2013


Both Dr Nassif and his colleague Dr Terry Dubrow have noticed more and more girls wanting to emulate Kylie’s look, with Dr Dubrow continuing: ‘I find it fascinating.

‘I think Kylie’s become such a huge star now that she actually can start a trend.

‘She started a trend of young girls coming into our office with pictures of Kylie, showing her lips, wanting her lips.’

Dr Paul Nassif and Dr Terry Dubrow Dr Paul Nassif and Dr Terry Dubrow have strong opinions on Kylie Jenner’s lips


Despite this, they aren’t particularly keen to help these patients reach their goals.

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‘Although it’s becoming more acceptable in some doctors’ offices to use filler to enhance the lips, we, as board certified plastic surgeons, are not really advocates of starting cosmetic enhancements in the 16-17 range,’ says Dr Dubrow.

Kylie Jenner Kylie Jenner has sparked quite a trend


‘We really want people to wait until they’re a little bit older, until they’re a little more developed.

‘No criticism, certainly for her or anyone else who chooses to do so, just as long as they do it in a safe environment. It’s just not our cup of tea.’