Tony Romo is suspected of receiving multiple plastic surgery procedures, including Botox, a facelift, and a nose job. However, none of these claims has been confirmed till now.
Antonio Ramiro Romo, better known as Tony Romo, is an American former football quarterback who played in the National Football League (NFL) for 14 seasons with the Dallas Cowboys. Recently, he has been in the news after his shoutout video went viral all over the internet. Who did he send the shoutout video to?
Romo sent the Benton 9 and 10-year-old youth football team’s coach a video shouting out the group. In the video, Tony said that the coaches are great and coaches are going to be on the players to be good quarterbacks, probably a little better than me. After receiving the video, the coaches of the team expressed their happiness and mentioned that they never thought Tony Romo knew about their team's existence.
Tony's shoutout video has created many discussion topics, including his plastic surgery. People seem curious to know about his youthfulness and skin secrets. In this article, we will be talking about all the rumors about his plastic surgery. Let's get started.
Details on Tony Romo’s Possible Plastic Surgery!
Although Tony Romo (@tony.romo) is accused of having plastic surgery, he has not talked about these rumors yet. In 2013, he had a minor procedure to remove a cyst because it was hurting him. He is accused of having artificial appearances and an unbelievably youthful look.
Tony's Instagram post has generated a lot of questions regarding his unnatural appearance over the past few years. The Internet wanted to know if he had undergone any plastic surgery or not. Well, if we compare his before and after pictures, he seems to have done a lot of work on his face. However, his glass-skinned face looks like it's hiding something from fans.
Did Tony Romo Have a Nose Job?
Although Tony Romo has wrinkles on his face, he seems to have tight skin, which gives the hint of having Botox. In addition to that, he is also suspected to have received a nose job and some fillers. Comparing his before and after pictures, his nose seems to look more sharp and pointed these days.
Tony Romo has not talked about receiving any plastic surgery till now.
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Previously, Tony used to have a thick nose, and his nostrils seem to have reshaped now. Besides having a nose job, he is also guessed to have another plastic surgery like blepharoplasty and a facelift. Well, based on our guess, we think he had undergone blepharoplasty to remove excess saggy skin from the eyelids but Tony having a facelift is still a question mark.
Tony has not admitted or revealed having had any plastic surgery until now. His major change can also be due to his weight gain. We have seen his weight fluctuate many times, and people do look different due to their weight too. Until he speaks or addresses anything about the rumors, they are just gossip with no confirmation.
Tony Romo Previously Received Surgery on His Back Cyst!
Tony Romo has not confirmed having any plastic surgery to enhance his youthful look or hide any aging problems. However, in 2013, he had a minor procedure to remove a cyst on his back.
He had the surgery in mid-April, but he claimed that his back had been hurting since early April. At that time, when fans knew he had a cyst in his back, some wondered if it was not cancerous, it turned out that the cyst was big, but they said it was not cancerous.
Tony Romo had surgery for his back cyst in 2013.
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A cyst is an abnormal pocket of fluid, like a blister, that can form in many different areas of the body, including the skin, genitals, and internal organs, which may be caused by injury, infection, or other issues. A cyst can vary in size from a tiny sac right up to a heavy bag containing liters of fluid, and some cysts can also be cancerous.
After having a minor surgery, he took a month off and returned to his game in May 2013. When he was asked about his health condition at that time, he said that he felt a lot better and that he wanted to return a couple of weeks before, but the team said to wait another couple of weeks. He also stated:
I feel a lot better. It was something that was there a little bit, kind of annoying. I'd rather feel 100 percent here. Hopefully I'll be back for minicamp and be ready to go, but we're just being smart now for the next couple of weeks.