Plastic surgeon sculpts woman into his perfect wife


It might hurt your feelings if your partner tells you you need to lose a little weight. What if your partner wanted to perform multiple plastic surgeries on you?

Meet Dr. David Matlock, who did just that. His wife first came to him as a patient, and the West Hollywood doc offered her what he called a “Wonder Woman Makeover.” (Via LAIst)

VERONICA: “Lipo of the chin and the arm and the thighs, Brazilian butt. ... I had the laser vaginal rejuvenation, liposuction of multiple areas.” (Via BarcroftTV)

After several surgeries were completed, Matlock took Veronica out on a date and proposed. Now, Matlock says he watches both his weight, and his wife’s. They continue with procedures; he’s undergone some too. 

And they’ve appeared on TV several times, him on shows like “Dr. 90210,” and both were cast members on TLC reality show “Plastic Wives,” which aired earlier this year. (Via ABC)

VERONICA: “I know that my husband’s looking at vaginas all day, and it doesn’t bother me.”

DAVID: “A woman came up to me and said, ‘Dr. Matlock how are you?’ and I said, ‘I don’t remember faces.’” (Via TLC)

They both work out daily and enter bodybuilding contests. But it’s not totally a family affair. Veronica’s 9-year-old daughter Isabella says she can’t see herself having such surgeries.

“It’s not really you, like, I want to be myself.” (Via BarcroftTV)

In case you were wondering, Veronica is 38 years old. David is 49.

Veronica says she consider herself a walking advertisement for his business, and is even featured on his website.

She says no matter what people think, she knows David loves her for who she is, because he says when she first walked into his office, before all the surgeries — it was love at first sight. 

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