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Plastic Surgery Shocker! Daniel Craig Got Botox, Fillers & Upper Eye Lift, Docs Claim

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Feb. 22 2018, Published 9:57 a.m. ET

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Hunky A-list actor Daniel Craig looked plastic at the 71st BAFTA Awards in London on Sunday – sending his legion of die-hard Bond fans into a complete frenzy! After Craig, 49, nearly broke Twitter, RadarOnline.com spoke exclusively to several of the world’s leading plastic surgeons who claim that he has likely had “invasive procedures” done to dramatically alter his appearance! Click through seven super shocking photos of Craig’s freaky new face.

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//Daniel Craig Plastic Surgery Face Photos
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//Daniel Craig Plastic Surgery Face Photos
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“His eyes look way more open now than ever before,” added Dr. Youn, who has not worked on Craig.

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//Daniel Craig Plastic Surgery Face Photos
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“It also looks like he’s had some filler injected into his cheeks and into his smile lines, as well as Botox injected into his frown lines. Overall, he looks very different,” Dr. Youn told Radar.

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Dr. Zara Harutyunyan from L.A.’s Cosmetic Rejuvenation, who has not worked on Craig, said, “It is safe to say he’s had work done underneath his eyes, as well as on top. This could have been achieved with one of two options.”

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“Daniel could have had an under eye surgical blepharoplasty, which has a recovery time of 3-6 months,” Dr. Harutyunyan said.

//Daniel Craig Plastic Surgery Face Photos
Source: Youtube / BAFTA

“The more convenient non-surgical approach would be done with the help of dermal fillers, most likely a hyaluronic acid composed filler," Dr. Harutyunyan added. "This is a very popular treatment that we perform on a daily basis here at CRMC because the results can last up to two years with no down time."

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