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These days, viewers don't raise an eyebrow when it turns out someone's had plastic surgery - and not just because they can't move their foreheads due to wrinkle-free injections.

But in the first of a new series, Mark Dolan Mark Dolan (March 17, 1974) is the presenter of the British Television Series Balls of Steel and also stars in The Richard Taylor Interviews. He was born in Camden, London, where he lives with his wife and son. , below left, is meeting some of the people who didn't just stop at a discreet nip or tuck.

His first port of call is LA, where he meets Jenny Lee, who has gone under the knife no less than 44 times.

She's had eyelid eyelid /eye·lid/ (-lid) either of two movable folds (upper and lower) protecting the anterior surface of the eyeball.

eye·lid or eye-lid
 and brow lifts to go with her full body lift, plus four nose jobs, three breast enlargements and cheek implants.

She's been diagnosed with body dysmorphic disorder Body Dysmorphic Disorder Definition

Body dysmorphic disorder (BDD) is defined by DSM-IV-TR as a condition marked by excessive pre-occupation with an imaginary or minor defect in a facial feature or localized part of the body.
, obsessing over imagined defects, but is she still going under the knife? In Brazil, Mark meets up with Angela Bismarchi, whose wedding gift to her husband saw her undergo a procedure designed to restore her virginity.

But that might seem less shocking when Mark meets Denis Avner, who has spent the last 20 years trying to turn himself into a tiger!
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Title Annotation:Features
Publication:Western Mail (Cardiff, Wales)
Date:Apr 10, 2010
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