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  • What has Jennifer Aniston done to her face?

    Jen Aniston launching her new perfume on March 10, 2011. (Reuters)

    Jennifer Aniston has long been lauded for “looking great for her age,” but recent photos of the actress have some wondering if she is getting a little help fighting Father Time.

    “Jen has a little more fullness under her eyes, which could be from injections,” Beverly Hills-based plastic surgeon, Marc Mani, MD, who does not treat Aniston, tells FOX411. “However, her entire face looks a little swollen so it also could be she’s recovering from a laser treatment of some kind.”

    Jen Aniston launching her new perfume on March 10, 2011. (Reuters)

    A Chicago-area plastic surgeon agrees that Aniston may have done a little tinkering. “I suspect that she’s had fillers,” says Peter Geldner, MD. “In extreme expression, I see a little extra fullness adjacent to her nose that often a give away sign of fillers. There are mild contour differences in her lips as well. There are many fillers available, including the patient’s own fat, but I suspect that this would be either Restylane or Juvaderm.”

    It seems that Aniston may also be a FOB–Friend of Botox. Her best friend, Courteney Cox, has long admitted she uses the stuff.

    “She doesn’t show any notable wrinkles, even in her most animated expressions,” says Geldner, who does not treat the former “Friends” star. “She has no crows’ feet, frown lines or forehead wrinkles. This clearly looks like it’s the work of Botox. There’s nothing extreme, just well dosed and artfully placed Botox that preserve that placid expression.”

    Jen Aniston launching her new perfume on March 10, 2011. (Reuters)

    Keeping wrinkles at bay doesn’t come cheap. “Lower lid injections would most likely be with Restylane, which runs about $700 to $1500,” says Mani. “Laser treatments such fractional skin resurfacing, or Pixel as we do in my office, run $1,000 and up per treatment, and sometimes multiple treatments are required.”

    “Botox is often priced by the amount used and also by who is providing the service,” explains Geldner. “Prices range from $200 for just a little in a single area to over $1500 for all the areas mentioned. Restylane or Juvaderm is priced between $500 and $750 per syringe.”

    But both of the good doctors agree on one thing—Jen looks fabulous.

    “Jennifer Aniston clearly brought exceptional genetics to the game,” says Geldner. “Considering that she enjoys tanning, her look remains smooth and nearly flawless.”

    “Jen probably knows what she’s doing as far as aesthetic procedures go,” adds Mani. “So, assuming it is swelling, I bet she’ll turn out looking great.

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