Currently working as a consultant for many plastic surgery companies, Burge receives cosmetic surgery vouchers that allow her to undergo expensive procedures and advocate them to clients. Burge caught major media attention in when it was revealed that she paid for pole-dancing lesions for her then six-year-old daughter, Poppy. As an adult Burge is allowed to modify her body as much as she wants within legal and medical limits, but, the larger concern is that her obsession with aesthetics is being pushed onto her daughter. According to Burge, Poppy will enter several American beauty pageants next year, similar to the ones showcased on the candid reality show Toddlers and Tiaras ; but Poppy may have some long term plans of her own. Our Plastic Surgery Portal representatives can schedule you a free and confident consultation with a cosmetic surgeon in your area. Toggle navigation. Contact us for a consultation Email. Schedule Online. Live Chat. Breast Augmentation.
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Sharing a house covered in mirrors with a former Playboy bunny, Susan Campbell Duncan faces her greatest fears and heroically helps her odd-couple housemate to confront hers. SHE'S survived cancer, plastic surgery operations and a lifetime of strangers staring at her. But Susan Campbell Duncan, who lost her left eye to a rare tumour, met her toughest challenge yet starring in a controversial new telly show. Surrounded by wall-to-wall mirrors and cameras for four days, Susan was forced to confront the cruel truth of how different she looks. The six-part Channel 4 series, which critics have condemned as a "freak show", sees Edinburgh civil servant Susan battle to convince ex-Bunny girl and self-confessed plastic surgery addict Sarah Burge that beauty comes from within. Susan, 47, said: "No one wants to be called a beast, so the show was a challenge - but it was something I needed to do. I thought, 'Bring it on' but I knew there was a risk that someone who was obsessed with their beauty would tear me to pieces as I was their nemesis. But, for me, it was never about Botox or nips and tucks, it was about saving my life then having a quality of life - that's something I tried to explain to Sarah.
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Only her earlobes and her brain remain untouched by the surgeon's knife. And, says Sarah, who's spent 20 years in search of plastic perfection, she's not finished yet Sarah Burge has just completed some essential maintenance on her body. One of her bottom implants recently dislodged itself and had to be replaced, along with the one on the other cheek, to avoid any discrepancy in shape or size.
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