A plastic surgeon has used his body sculpting skills to create his dream woman before proposing to her on their first date. Surgeon Dr. David Matlock sculpted his dream woman and then made her his wife.
When Dr. David Matlock, 49, first met Veronica back in 2007, she was a woman looking to undergo vaginoplasty following the birth of her daughter.
However, as well as the vaginoplasty, Dr. Matlock suggested that the beautiful brunette also undergo a ‘Wonder Woman Makeover’, involving liposuction of the chin, arms, and legs, and a Brazilian butt lift.
â€śI couldn’t even look into his eyes because of the reason I was there,’ she said. â€śI was so shy and bashful, but he says it was love at first sight.â€ť
Veronica was 40lbs. heavier then, but Matlock told Barcroft Media he immediately saw the potential underneath her extra skin.
“I didn’t see her weight then, I just knew what I wanted to do,” said Dr Matlock, who after their first consultation suggested Veronica also undergo what he dubs a ‘Wonder Woman Makeover’ – liposuction of the chin, arms, and legs, and a Brazilian butt lift.
Shortly after sculpting Veronica into “ideal” wife material, Matlock invited her to go out on a date, and proposed to her right there and then.
“She opted for everything I suggested. Even marriage” he said.
One of the more hyperbolic procedures Veronica has submitted to â€” the “G-Shot” â€” is another of her husband’s innovations, and involves injecting “a human engineered hyaluronan” into the so-called G-spot in order to heighten a woman’s sexual experience, says Gawker.
Veronica claims to be a â€śwalking advertisementâ€ť for her husbandâ€™s work, yet this love of plastic surgery is shared between the couple. Dr. Matlock himself has enhanced his look, reportedly stating, â€śI just wanted to take my body to a point where, with exercise and diet, you couldnâ€™t get it there.â€ť
“I always eat healthy. A lot of my business is fat, doing liposuction all the time, but I don’t like fat.
“We take out the fat under ultrasonic guidance and inject it into the muscles. I can sculpt out the biceps, the triceps, obliques, abs, calves, whatever.”
Dr. Matlock has himself undergone several procedures that utilise a fat-implant technique called Vaser High Def Liposculpting, which he pioneered. Made up of live fat from the patient’s body, the implants can be injected into the biceps, triceps, calves, or pecs to create a perfectly sculpted, muscular figure, writes the Daily Mail.
While Matlocks might call themselves an aesthetically “perfect” couple, not every member of the family is in favor of these artificial enhancements.
“I would never really wanna get surgery, cause it’s not really you. I’d want to be myself,” Veronica’s 9-year-old daughter, Isabella, said.
The couple has been competing in bodybuilding competitions with their surgically-sculpted bodies, training up to two hours a day, six days a week.
“We have scales in the house, basically in the master bedroom,” Dr. Matlock said.
“I weigh myself, and I do it every single day, sometimes twice a day. We also have lot of mirrors around the house. A lot of times, just in the gym, I want to look at our muscles.â€ť