Fans have been shocked when photographs of Tom Cruise emerged yesterday, and now we all know why he could also be wanting just a little extra “swollen” than typical.
With his boyish beauty and absence of frown traces, cosmetic surgery rumours have dogged Tom Cruise for years.
Although he has constantly denied going below the knife, followers have speculated the ever-youthful star has had a nostril job, hair transplant and Botox, in addition to veneers on his enamel.
The newest footage of the 59-year-old at a baseball recreation in San Francisco, which noticed him sporting a a lot fuller face, have set social media alight as soon as extra.
Fans are questioning whether or not he had botched fillers, with one tweeting: “What has Tom Cruise done to his face?”
Another wrote: “Tom Cruise has either gained weight, or he has a face full of fillers. I’m going with the fillers.”
Dr Alice Henshaw, proprietor and practitioner of Harley Street Injectables, says the Mission Impossible star seems “swollen” doubtlessly after going below the knife.
“Tom definitely looks swollen and puffy, which could be due to filler, post procedure swelling or weight gain,” she tells The Sun.
“I imagine he‘s had fillers under his eyes and around his mouth and nose in the past, but this time is different.
“A side profile view of him shows his neck is also quite swollen. Filler would not be placed in this area, which signifies it would not be filler but rather swelling or weight gain.
“Often surgical procedure such as a platysmal plasty, or neck lift, combined with a mid-facelift could create this type of swelling in these areas, and scars are easily disguised.”
Dr Henshaw also believes rumours of a hair transplant might be spot on.
“At almost 60, Tom’s hairline has remained comparatively the identical, though barely thinning, which does recommend he could have had hair transplants,” she says.
As the controversy rages, we take a look at how the star‘s face has changed over the years.
Tom’s signature smile has all the time been a part of his allure however he wasn’t born with an ideal grin.
When he starred in The Outsiders in 1982, his enamel have been visibly yellowed and misaligned with a pronounced overbite.
He additionally eliminated a cap on a chipped entrance tooth to look much more menacing.
But when main man standing beckoned, with roles like Maverick in Top Gun, he had his enamel whitened to enhance the look.
As his profession reached dizzying heights, with the discharge of Top Gun in 1996, the then 24-year-old nonetheless had a lot of his boyish allure and lean face.
His function as younger naval aviator Lieutenant Pete “Maverick” Mitchell cemented him as a Hollywood heart-throb.
In an uncommon search for the clean-cut film legend, Tom combined it up in 1996 with some rugged facial hair and lengthy flowing locks.
That 12 months he took on the title function in Jerry Maguire, for which he earned a Golden Globe and his second nomination for an Academy Award.
It wasn’t till 2001, after splitting from Nicole Kidman, that Tom received braces to rectify his overbite, proudly displaying them off on the premiere of Minority Report.
But followers nonetheless commented on his uneven enamel, which noticed one entrance tooth aligned with the centre of his face.
By 2010, Tom’s face was starting to alter, sometimes wanting chubbier, probably on account of weight fluctuation.
The super-fit star pushed himself to the restrict at any time when he was filming a stunt-filled motion function however would additionally placed on a number of kilos between films.
Rumours the star had undergone a nostril job started again in 2012 however, requested by Playboy journal if he had ever had surgical procedure, he replied: “I haven’t and never would.”
But his pal, fellow actor Cuba Gooding Jr, fanned the flames by insisting Tom had “absolutely” had work achieved.
Cuba advised a US TV present: “I don’t know what he’s had done, but I remember I surprised him at his house one day and he had all of these dots all over his face.
“I was like, ‘You all right?’ and he goes, ‘I didn’t know you were coming’ and I was like, ‘I can see why.’”
Dr Henshaw says the dots might point out many kinds of surgical or non surgical procedures to make the pores and skin tighter and younger-looking.
She says: “Often dots or markings are drawn on while we mark out injection points on the face, but we do this for filler injectables, Profhilo (a collagen stimulator) or even a skin tightening procedure using radio frequency such as Thermage, or a medical grade ultrasound skin tightening like ultraformer.”
Tom’s look on the 2016 BAFTAs had followers commenting on how he seemed “inflated” and “puffy” – a standard signal of each Botox and fillers.
“Tom looked as if he had under-eye filler and filler around his mouth and nasal labial fold in 2016,” says Dr Henshaw.
“But the latest footage on the baseball match present swelling that doesn‘t come with fillers.”
Dental experts also suggested he had veneers added to make his dazzling smile even whiter.
At the Mission Impossible: Fallout premiere in 2018, Tom looked leaner, with more lines showing on his forehead.
While this could be down to a punishing exercise regimen and work schedule for the film, which he also produced, it could also mean he ditched fillers and Botox after the 2016 pictures attracted unwanted attention.
But the latest snaps of the star have definitely raised eyebrows once again.
Dr Henshaw says it could be Tom – like many of us – has just put on a few kilos during lockdown.
“It would be hard to say whether it was weight gain without seeing full photo of his body,” she adds.
However he didn’t seem like carrying extra weight throughout summer time appearances at Wimbledon and Wembley.
This story initially appeared on The Sun and has been reproduced right here with permission