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Biden Had a Facelift Since Leaving Office – and Not a Good One

Viewers warning: Photos include possible beard growing on Biden’s ear, where his skin was pull back to.

It’s pretty clear Joe Biden is not going to make his plastic surgeon the surgeon general. The guy probably has a background as a butcher.

According to the Washington Examiner:

The scars on the sides of Democratic front-runner Joe Biden’s face are the result of a facelift carried out before he launched his 2020 presidential campaign, according to leading cosmetic surgeons.

Up close, large vertical scars beginning at the top of the outside of his ear canal to roughly a half inch below the lobe can be seen on both sides of the former vice president’s face. Separate horizontal scars stretch from behind his ear to his upper neck.

Those scars, according to cosmetic surgeons who reviewed photographs of Biden, are the consequence of a rhytidectomy — more commonly referred to as a facelift. In the procedure, the surgeons said, incisions were made next to Biden’s ears and behind his skull, removing excess skin and creating a tightened complexion.

“Oh he’s had a facelift, there’s no question,” said leading New York-based cosmetic surgeon Dr. Arthur Perry, who is also an associate adjunct professor at Columbia Medical School.

He described the size of Biden’s incisions as “incredible” and “fairly recent.” He said: “The scars come too far from his ear. This is very hard to correct.”

9 Responses to Biden Had a Facelift Since Leaving Office – and Not a Good One

  1. What a shame. IMO, once we pass the “life expectancy” number, we should be allowed to wear our wrinkles, sags, and white hair proudly as testament to our survival (and wisdom).

  2. When he reemerged from the lab for the campaign, I felt he looked somewhat Asian – much like Jack Lemmon in his later years. Unnatural and disturbing.

  3. I love this stuff…as men can fall for the illusion of youthfulness just like women! Welcome to the club! Perhaps they used his hair plugs as an anchor or something. All I can say is he’d better not frown much or that whole disaster could come tumbling down!

  4. As others have noted, it is a wise decision to grow old naturally, gracefully, physically and psychologically. Yes, our challenge is to take care of our physical health, our mental state, our relationships in an age appropriate manner. But to contradict the normal course of our lives by ridiculous and seemingly 2d rate plastic surgery is a fool’s errand. I’m almost 80 years old, and I share this with you as a little piece of wisdom I’ve picked up along the way. ;+}