35 Year Old Plastic Surgery Superman

October 11, 2011 by staff 

35 Year Old Plastic Surgery Superman35 Year Old Plastic Surgery Superman, Herbert Chavez is a 35 year old Filipino, who has suffered since 1995 numerous plastic surgeries in an effort to be more like Superman, the legendary DC Comics superhero. Implants chin augmentation, rhinoplasty and thighs are just some of the procedures of Chavez, a fan of Superman, has chosen to submit to a search disturbing that a psychiatrist has been identified as a symptom of body dysmorphic disorder.

According to the UCLA Semel Institute of Psychiatry and Biobehavioral Sciences, body dysmorphic disorder is as follows:

… A body image disorder in individuals who are concerned about a perceived failure on the physical aspect, which can result in severe functional impairment and suffering. Individuals with BDD usually focus on one or more aspects of their appearance, such as skin, nose, hair, eyes (or any other part of his appearance), what they believe to be defective or ugly. Individuals with BDD often feel depressed, anxious and embarrassed. The degree of distress and grief is such that it interferes with your day to day activities like work, school or social situations.

A psychiatrist interviewed by ABS-CBN Philippine News (video link) suggested that Chavez, who works as a “trainer of competition,” suffers from TDC. Though she did not personally examine the doctor’s diagnosis seems to fit the obvious facts. According to, a website dedicated to the discussion of cosmetic surgeries, Chavez to be more like Superman and Superman specific actors include:

Increasing the cleft chin
Rhinoplasty nose to simulate the famous actor Christopher Reeve Superman
Silicone injections, lip
Thigh Implants

Judging by “before” Chavez, photography, RealSelf speculated that the man has also been the subject of proceedings to alter their eyes, cheeks and jaw, and perhaps more.

It is common knowledge that many people who decide to have cosmetic surgery want to look like famous actors or musicians, but Chavez’s case is unusual in that it has gone through what should be a lot of physical pain and financial costs to look like Superman, a fictional character. In the Philippine press report, one can see that your house is covered wall to wall Superman memorabilia, including several life-size replicas of the character, one that is based on Superman Returns star Brandon Routh.

It is, of course, within the rights of this man to alter his body in any way it deems appropriate, but it is hard to imagine the Man of Steel disapproval of the actions of Chavez.

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