Meet The Plastic Surgeon Who Claims To Have Created The “Perfect Wife”

Going for a plastic surgery procedure is becoming as common as going to the hair salon. Whilst there’s no denying that plastic surgery has an important purpose and has helped countless people to improve their confidence, it should always be performed in moderation.

However, when something has the potential to drastically alter a person’s perception of themselves, there’s a high risk of them becoming addicted to it. As a result, there’s a lot of people who simply can’t stop themselves from going under the knife. But what about when your partner actively encourages you to alter and modify your body? There’s no doubt that this would make the pressure to change your appearance all the greater, and that’s exactly what happened to this plastic surgeon’s wife. After Philip Craft married his wife Anna in 1997, and she gave brith to their two sons, she agreed to let her husband work on her body. Prior to this, he had suggested that she get surgery, but it wasn’t until her body changed after pregnancy that she agreed to let him do it. It’s testament to Anna’s character that she didn’t initially allow her husband to perform surgical procedures on her until she felt like she actually needed them, but now she’s more than willing to let him nip and tuck her body in any way he pleases rather than thinking about what she wants. Anna’s now had boob job, liposuction, butt “enhancements”, body-contouring surgery, waist and abdominal sculpting, Botox, cheek and lip fillers. She’s now willing to get so much work done is because she was so happy with the first few procedures her husband carried out.

“Phillip loves redesigning his sports cars, our furniture and, most of all, me,” Ana said. “After having two kids, I decided to let him fine-tune me.”

Now Phillip is even using his wife as a living breathing advertisement for his plastic surgery business in Miami.

“He’s enhanced my breasts, sculpted my waist and injected fillers in my face,” Anna continued, praising her husband’s skill as a plastic surgeon. “Phillip even sculpted my abdomen to look like a proper six-pack instead of just a one-pack!” “‘I always say to patients, ‘If you want to know how good a surgeon I am, then look at my wife’”, Phillip said. “Anna is as close to perfection as possible.”

“After my surgical tweaks to her body, I think she’s even more beautiful now than when I met her, aged 22,” Phillip added.

The lovebirds first met in 1995 when Phillip was still at university studying medicine. He saw Ana in a gift shop and claims that it was love at first sight. “Anna had bent over to pick up a card she’d just dropped,” he revealed. “I saw her beautiful legs and, from that moment, I knew I’d be hooked for life.” And they say that romance is dead… Phillip opened up his plastic surgery practice after qualifying as a doctor. Despite being married to a plastic surgeon, Anna maintains that she had absolutely no interest in going under the knife until she became a mom. “After my first child, I felt my figure wasn’t the same,” she revealed. “I was helping Phillip out at work, and I’d see all these gorgeous 60-year-old women with rocking bodies walking into the practice.” “That’s when I thought, ‘Why not?’ I wanted to feel better about myself, plus I knew that Phillip would love to have a go at redesigning me!” “During her pregnancies, Anna lost 30-40 per cent of her breast volume, but I got her a brilliant new set,” Phillip said. “I did some liposuction on Anna’s waist, and contoured her waistline to make it much deeper. Now when Anna wears her small bikinis, everyone stops to look at her curves.

“I’ve made her buttocks even better, too. After pregnancy, Mother Nature made everything go south so I plumped her buttocks. Most importantly I gave Anna her mojo back.”

Anna is now so committed to plastic surgery that she thinks it’s a necessity for any woman over the age of 25. “I feel Botox and fillers are bare necessities for any women over the age of 25 in order to maintain their beauty,” she said. “Looking natural doesn’t always mean being natural.” “I’d never say no to more surgery – it’s just like getting braces or having your hair done. If it makes you feel better and enhances your beauty, then you should go for it.”

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