Priscilla Presley

Priscilla Presley, Cosmetic Surgery & Her Puffy Face?

Just as her husband and daughter have had in the past, Priscilla Presley’s cosmetic surgery rumors and speculations are a staple of the tabloid pages.

The wife of the king of rock Elvis Presley, Priscilla (born May 24th, 1945) has become a well known and even celebrated actress in her own right, with recurring roles in the Naked Gun series with Leslie Nielson as well as a five year run on the television show Dallas.

Priscilla Presley plastic surgery gone wrong (image hosted by addition to her work in entertainment, Priscilla also sat on the board that turned Graceland into a multi-million dollar tourist attraction that many fans of her late husband’s work still flock to.

Has Priscilla Presley Had Surgery?

The answer, sadly, is that Priscilla has been the victim of criminally bad plastic surgery. This isn’t the same as Marie Osmond’s cosmetic surgery speculations, something Priscilla has been lying about getting.  She’s actually been a victim of crime.

According to Priscilla’s puffy face that’s still slightly distorted is the result of an unfortunate run in with an Argentian-born Daniel Serrano who claimed to be both a doctor and to have something that would make any plastic surgery celebrity young and beautiful in ways that Botox never could.

Of course not only was Serrano not a doctor, which fans of Angelina Jolie might think is no surprise, but the methods he was using to create these effects and to change the way his “patients” looked was illegal in the United States and was by no means FDA approved.

Priscilla Presley – Before and After Pictures

If you look at the pictures of the king of rock’s wife, the distortion caused by the illegal celebrity plastic surgery she underwent (along with other female celebrities like Diane Richie) is fairly easy to see and no one has contended it.

The “surgeon” in question injected silicone, the same sort of silicone that you would use to grease up car parts, directly into the patient’s bodies. This caused lumpiness and distortion, since silicone bonds with tissue and doesn’t smooth out when injected this way.

Silicone gel packs, such as those used for breast implants, do and those are FDA approved and safe. This surgical procedure on the other hand drastically changed the way that Priscilla Presley looked, and the damage even when tackled by legal and talented plastic surgeons has been difficult to deal with.

Why Did She Do It?

Evolution of Priscilla Presley's face 1999, 2004, 2009 (image hosted by to Doctor John Anastasatos, who has done a lot of repair work on the victims of “Dr. Jiffy Lube,” Presley was in the same boat as many female celebrities who had to be first in line to get to the next supposed fountain of youth.

Plastic surgery is a major thing in Hollywood, and being the first to discover a revolutionary new procedure can sometimes blind you to checking up on the doctor or doing your research.

When that happens you get something like the Priscilla Presley plastic surgery horror story, which should act as a prime example to anyone thinking about getting plastic surgery done.

Priscilla Presley – Video Photo Comparison

We’ve included the video below for posterity sake more than anything.   There are very many pictures of Priscilla since her time with Elvis to the present day.

Priscilla Presley Photo Gallery

What do you think about Priscilla’s forays into the world of plastic surgery?  Please leave a comment below and let us know.

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  1. Andrea Xenos says:

    Priscilla Presley, Dolly Parton, and Meg Ryan were beautiful women. Joan Rivers looked great after plastic surgery but then she began to look puffy because she kept getting more and more Botox. It looks unnatural, even bizarre, after awhile. I think these women behave like anorexics except they think their faces look better the more plastic surgery they get, and we see these strange faces. Dolly Parton especially. Priscilla in Dancing With the Stars looked horrid and baffled.

    OK, I can see getting a face lift but those repeat Botox injections to where you can’t smile. I hope they can get some of that drawn out of their faces and look more natural. They have the money to correct these bad jobs. Cher, Ann-Margret, to name a few, look great, they knew when to stop the nonsense. No one should be afraid to get a Lifestyle Lift but to keep stretching the skin to borderline grotesque is sad to see.

  2. Charlotte Freeman says:

    Priscilla Presley is Elvis’ EX wife, not his wife. He was engaged to someone else when he died.
    She looked just fine before she had this done, maybe she feels like she has to compete with her daughter? I don’t know- but maybe more of these women need to talk to Meryl Streep before doing something stupid- she hasn’t had anything done and her career isn’t hurting.

    • Joan in VA says:

      @Charlotte – well, he might have been engaged to someone, but he wasn’t married to her, and that makes Priscilla his only wife.

      At 73, I still don’t see the need for plastic surgery to change my looks.

  3. Deborah says:

    Thought Priscilla had 2faces all these years,,,,but now we know she has many,,,,, don’t feel sorry for this one ,,,,her greed for vanity cost her beauty,,,and don’t forget she did divorce ELVis,,,,although it looks like she forgot,,,,,,

  4. Joyce Luna says:

    Priscilla was much prettier when she did not have all that heavy black eye make-up on, she is just a naturally pretty lady.
    When she married Elvis I think someone wanted her to look like Elvis so they dyed her hair, put on hair extensions and too
    much heavy makeup. She should have left him because I think he felt obligated to marry her even tho he probably changed
    his mind by the time she was old enough to get married. I am glad she is thinning those brows out and looking more like
    an older women should. Lighter eyes and hair are very becoming to her. She doesn’t need a face-lift just some good creams,
    and colors to soften her up.
    Wish her the best,
    Joyce Luna

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