Miss California 2012
January 15, 2012 by staff
Miss California 2012, The newly crowned Miss California USA 2012 went from a “9” to a “10″ last year when she had the nose broken as a child fixed, her plastic surgeon says. Plenty of people were delighted for UCI student Natalie Ann Pack when she snagged the Miss California USA title on Sunday.
Among them: Her plastic surgeon. It’s not unusual for beauty contestants to get cosmetic procedures, and it’s not that Pack, age 22 and a professional model, wasn’t attractive to begin with.
“I basically made a 9 into a 10,” said Dr. Jeffrey Rawnsley of Rawnsley Plastic Surgery in an interview on Thursday.
Pack, who plans on going to medical school, competed in the pageant as “Miss Hoag Hospital”, where she is an intern.
Cinematographer Jonathan Schwarz previously shot Pack talking about her plastic surgery in a before-and-after video. You can see it here.
In the video, Pack explains that her nose was broken as a kid when she was on a trampoline and her brother hit her nose with his knee. That led to various medical problems for her, too, she says.
She was “just shocked” to see how different she appears after her procedure.
“I look in the mirror every morning and I’m so happy with the way I look,” she says in the video. “I literally feel like this is what I was supposed to have … I can breathe now, I don’t get headaches, I can sleep, my pictures are better for modeling, my career is taking off.”
I’ve also put in a request to interview Pack and am hoping to hear from her, and that we will be able to show some of her modeling photos.
The blog on the doctor’s website says:
“She was concerned about the asymmetry of her nose as well as an overall feeling of visual heaviness. Dr. Rawnsley reviewed the photos with her, did digital imaging to simulate difference approaches, and together they mapped out a plan to improve her facial symmetry and increase the delicacy of her features.
“The procedure was performed endonasally [reshaping the nose from the inside], minimizing scarring and reducing healing time. Dr. Rawnsley straightened Natalie’s nose and refined the tip and the profile.”
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