Okay, not plastic surgery in the traditional sense, but masks that are thoroughly realistic. Or is it s a form of cloning? It’s so hard to tell. You know you’re watching a major sub-plot of the movie, but the beginning is so full of holes that it’s really quite difficult to work out what the goo substance is and how it helps make the people, who are presumably willing to undergo this odd procedure, have the other physical attributes of Ernst Stavro Blofeld apart from an identical face.
Although it is believed that reconstructive surgery has taken place since around 800BC British sailor Walter Yeo is believed to be the first person to have had what we would describe as plastic surgery in the modern day. In 1917 the before picture was turned into the after picture on the right.
The decision to have Plastic Surgery is one that shouldn't be taken lightly.
You might be tempted to consider that as different types of reconstructive surgery had taken place for over a millennium, the pictures would indicate that the word 'experimental' may have been used regularly. The words 'Reconstructive' and 'Cosmetic' have bee napplied since the procedures advanced. They basically refer to one being necessary, and one - expensive.
Perhaps one of the more famous erm, creations, of recent years was seen on British TV in the handsome shape of Darryn Lyons, the Paparazzi photographer, who appeared on Celebrity Big Brother with a six pack implant. This sort of procedure is very much described as cosmetic surgery, because there was no need for it. Darryn, really, there was no need for it.