They have all had Botox, breast augmentation and liposuction 'from here to there' - all at no cost and with no appointment necessary.The women married to some of the most successful surgeons in Beverly Hills have unlimited access to the operating room; and in TLC's latest series, Plastic Wives, their quest for eternal youth is an obsession even their husbands can't stop.
Frances Marques, who stars in the new show and says she has had plastic surgery from 'here to my camel toe,' told ABC News: 'They are calling us plastic wives, but we don't look overdone.'
After a seven-year marriage to Dr Ryan Stanton, Ms Marques says her husband left her for a younger woman after 'he got the mid-life crisis.''He wanted to be with a younger woman half of my age, so he left me because of that. Now I have everything done to keep myself young... I couldn't keep the man,' she says.Now, after a platonic reconciliation, she helps to run Dr Stanton's surgery and reveals: 'I am kind of addicted, I go there every day to the clinic.'There are so many new things coming, so many new technologies, new implants, new botox, new filler, laser procedures and all that, and I want it all.'
Fake four: Frances Marques, Veronica Matlock, Alana Sands, and Danya Devon (from left) are TLC's Plastic Wives, married to some of the most successful plastic surgeons in Beverly Hills
Before and after: Frances Marques, who stars in the new show and says she has had plastic surgery from 'here to my camel toe,' said: 'They are calling us plastic wives, but we don't look overdone'
Before and after: Alana Sands, the wife of cosmetic dentist Dr. Kevin Sands, has three full-time nannies for her two kids, two full-time masseuses and a full-time chef
Looking for youth: Dayna Devon, former co-anchor of the television show Extra, and wife of plastic surgeon Dr. Brent Moelleken, also stars in the new TLC series
Dayna Devon, former co-anchor of the television show Extra, and wife of plastic surgeon Dr. Brent Moelleken, also stars in the new TLC series.'In any other community in the world it makes no sense, but it's Hollywood,' she explained.'I wanted to continue working television, unfortunately you hit forty you want to contiue working in TV there are some things you gotta think about.
Manipulating husbands: Veronica Matlock explains that despite her husband's disapproval, she still gets the surgeries she wants from by saying: '"Alright don't worry about it, I'll just go to doctor so-and-so."
Husband help: Ms Devon said she asked her husband, Dr. Brent Moelleken, to help with everything from injections to nips and tucks
'I wasn't ready to hang it up yet, I wanted to extend my shelf life a a little bit.'The women admit that their husbands aren't always supportive of their ever-expanding cosmetic surgery resumes, but this doesn't stop them.Veronica Matlock explained: 'One way to get exactly what I want is to say, "alright don't worry about it, I'll go to doctor so-and-so," and he'll be like, "oh no you don't!"
Personal procedure: The wives' husbands operate on them for free, no appointment necessary
Never-ending: Breast augmentation, Botox, liposuction - almost no cosmetic procedure is off limits for the four Hollywood women
Mrs Devon says she doesn't regret any of the surgeries she has had. 'I'm happy now,' she said. 'I mean don't get me wrong, I still obsess about an acne scar or something but I think most woman do find things that they obsess about.
Perfecting plastic: TLC's new show, which premieres Sunday, January 27, leaves little to the imagination about what life in and out of the operating room is really like
'Dr Lisa Casselith, plastic surgeon who says she spends her days correcting procedures that have gone too far, says: 'It's our job to say "no, you look abnormal, you can not have more." You have to hold that patient back.
'For purely selfish reasons, I don't want a patient with giant lips sitting in my waiting room showing my other patients this is what I do,' she admitted.
The Plastic Wives: TLC follows the four women, who are married to some of the most successful plastic surgeons in Beverly Hills, and documents their Hollywood lives
'The insider phrase is Beverly Hills, so when people come in and they are over done, I say to them, "I'm sorry you're looking too Beverly Hills." And that's when you stop.'Ms Devon, who says the group of Plastic Wives will not talk to wives of surgeons they don't like, added: 'I heard some good advice a long time ago. If you're looking for a plastic surgeon, look at his wife. And that's a perfect example of the work he most likely does.'
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