Actress Judi Dench is rumored to have had some plastic surgery, maybe a blepharoplasty revealed by the lack of sagging skin around her eyes, absence of hooding over the eyes, and the lack of under-eye bags that would typically be present at this age. Besides that, Dench is aging gracefully, as she has facial wrinkles, jowls, and neck match with her age.
Sometimes plastic surgery patients who want to have some kind of rejuvenation take only certain options in count and can make some mistakes such as rejuvenating only one part of their faces leading to some strange look, and in other cases stretching too much the skin, an option to this could be the use of fillers to fill that sagging skin instead of stretching it with something like a face lift. But, as we previously said, we think that Judi Dench‘s plastic surgeon gave her good advices.
Judi Dench may have been more than 70 years old, but she still holds the same charm and attractiveness on her face which she had in her youth. She has a sort of attraction on her face which attracts people towards her. She has played various roles in a number of movies, and still her professional career has not come to an end. She is truly a legend in the entertainment industry. As she has become aged now, she is showing us some wrinkles and lines on her face, which is actually an indication of her being pure and natural, as she does not use fillers like other ladies of the Hollywood.
However, we also see that she does not show any crow’s feet around her eyes, and also the area around her eyes is free of sagging skin. It seems like she has had an eyelid surgery through which she removed the sagging skin from her eyebrows and area around her eyes. Dr. Anthony Youn, who is a specialist in this field, says that it seems like the old lady has removed the sagging skin through the eyelid surgery. The doctor says that she underwent this surgery when she crossed 50.
The lady was born in 1934 in England and started her career as a stage, television and film actress. Judi Dench started her professional career in 1957 when she signed a contract with the Old Vic Company. During the 70s and 80s, she was the best British theatre performer who was working for Royal Shakespeare Company and National Theatre Company.