Tom Cruise Plastic Surgery Update

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Tom Cruise Plastic Surgery

Tom Cruise; “I haven’t, and I never would.”

Tom Cruise Plastic Surgery – Thomas “Tom” Cruise has turned 59 but he barely looks to have aged since the day he played his role in 1986’s The Color of Money. In Playboy interview, the star of Mission Impossible talks a little bit about his wife Katie Holmes, racing and a lot about singing and filmmaking. He also addresses the topic of plastic surgery which is an alluring question since he appears not to have aged much since his debut in Hollywood.


NameThomas Cruise Mapother IV
Birth DateJuly 3, 1962
Height5 feet 7 inches (1.70 m)
Weight67 Kg – 148 lbs
Net Worth$600 Million

Everybody can easily assume that the actor who fathers a beautiful little Suri Cruise must have gone under the knife to take care of his youthful look. Nonetheless, Tom speaks out to insist that he has not had any kinds of plastic surgery.

He even convinces that he would ‘never’ apply to cosmetic surgery in order to go back to his youth. When being asked why he can maintain such appearance which looks half his age, he only laughed and said that he really does not have any idea. He stated how hard he works and goes without sleep.

Tom Cruise Plastic Surgery
Tom Cruise Plastic Surgery

Botox Rumor

A source said that in addition to a “strict fitness routine and diet” that included “daily three-hour workouts and a low-carb meal plan consisting of 1,200-1,300 calories per day.” Tom Cruise is also rumored to consider Botox injection in order to help him gain a 10-year-old younger look. Nobody can deny that the actor looks a bit different. His hair is definitely longer and his face is a bit puffy, but it could mean a lot of things.

Nose Job

Recently, it is known that Tom Cruise had taken nose job when he was young. He had a very big nose with wide bridge but now the nose has quite different look and the bridge of his nose much narrower. Even though Tom Cruise didn’t go for extreme plastic surgery to change his signature look. He seems to have taken more plastic surgery on his nose afterwards.

Tom Cruise Plastic Surgery


According to plastic surgeon Dr. Anthony Youn, Tom Cruise’s recent ‘puffy’ appearance might be the result of surgical touch up. He told that the actor could be swollen from recent injections of filler like Sculptra. The treatment is typically used to fill in gaunt faces and that is what causes facial swelling.

Some other sources claim that Tom Cruise has “gotten terribly insecure when it comes to aging.” The insecurity has assumedly gotten worse day by day after his divorce with the beautiful young actress Katie Holmes. The source state that Tom Cruise is always been interested in young women and he plans to settle down again. That is probably why he sees plastic surgery as a good option.

National Enquirer also reported that he has plastic surgery, “…insiders say the gifted star remains desperate to maintain his boyish good looks and stay atop of the heap as he approaches his sixties — with the help of plastic surgery!”

Top plastic surgeon, Doctor Yoel Shahar told us about Tom Cruise plastic surgery. He said, “There has been significant improvement made to Tom’s neck — the wrinkles in the neck, they are now vertical, and the skin is tighter. They did some kind of pull behind the ear.” He added, “The skin is tighter than it had been in recent years.” Read Also: BRAD PITT’S RHINOPLASTY, EYELIDS SURGERY AND CHEMICAL PEELS

But, all the doctor’s statement was denided by Tom Cruise himself. According PlayBoy Magazine, He said “I haven’t, and I never would.” Do you believe that he has done cosmetic surgery? or it just rumor? Read Also: Johnny Depp Plastic Surgery

Tom Cruise’s Plastic Surgeries

What plastic surgeries are lurking behind the facade? Whether it's a nose job or butt lift, or anything in between, here is a list of all the cosmetic enhancements Tom Cruise has done.

Tom Cruise - Cosmetic Procedures
Nose Job (Rhinoplasty)N/A
Boob JobN/A
Breast ReductionN/A
Butt ImplantsN/A
Butt LiftN/A
Eyelid Surgery (Blepharoplasty)N/A