‘Botched’ Doctors Talk Argentine Twins Out of Ridiculous Plastic Surgery

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On Botched, Argentine twins Nadinne and Dannita Bruna have built a social media industry off their augmented bodies, but they still believed there was room for improvement. After Dannita’s first breast surgery, she found herself with symmastia, a condition in which there is a confluence of the breast tissue of both breasts across the midline anterior to the sternum. Nadinne, on the other hand, was not happy with the looser skin on her arms, which was the result of weight loss. Although she’d already had an operation to tighten the skin, she wanted it altered again.

Dr. Terry Dubrow had the solution for Dannita’s symmastia, but it wasn’t the answer she was looking for. After advising that she downsize her breasts to half the size, she said, “These give me a lot of work, like, for calendar, magazine, you know. I need the big breasts.”

Meanwhile, the option for Naddine’s arms was equally disappointing. Dubrow said, “There is an operation you could do to take it to the next level, which is a cut that goes from your armpit all the way down to your elbow. Is that really something you really want to do? Do you really want to trade a scar to give you a what — 10 percent improvement?”  “For sure, no,” Naddine said. In the end, the twins decided to skip surgery and instead just work with what they’ve got.

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