Shereé Whitfield (born Shereé Monique Whitfield) is an American television personality well known for her stint as a cast member of the hit Bravo reality series The Real Housewives of Atlanta.
Following her success in the show, the TV personality has appeared on other television shows like Watch What Happens Live, The Wendy Show, and Scary Movie 5.
Besides her tv appearances, the 52-year-old star is also known for her glam life. Even in her 50s, she looks as young as ever and openly gives credit to her past surgery past,
So, what procedures has Whitfield had over the years? Let’s find out.
Shereé Whitfield- Plastic Surgery Details
While many stars deny going under the knife due to the fear of criticism from fans, Shereé Whitfield is very open about it.
In fact, she has even documented having a few procedures. She is unapologetically honest, and we all love that about her.
The reality star has admitted to following procedures.
The RHOA star Whitfield has undergone Face Contouring treatment with Dr. Simon Ourian. She revealed her before and after treatment pictures via Instagram.
Reality star captioned the photo stating:
“Ok yall, I have gotten sooooo many messages regarding my experience at #Epione. I am very happy with my results from @simonourianmd1. The experience was the Best!! I’ve watched his work for years and finally decided to try him. I’m so happy I did!! He and his staff were so accommodating and amazing!”
Face Contouring is a non-surgical procedure that involves using fillers to augment specific areas and features. It may cost between $500 and $3,000 per session for non-surgical facial contouring.
The single mother of three admitted she had many plastic surgeries, while her most prominent one is a b**b job.
She became a mother at 15 to a daughter named Tierra. Also, Whitfield shares two kids-a son Kairo and a daughter Kaleigh with former husband, NFL player Bob Whitfield.
The procedure is to increase the size of b**bs using implants or fat transfer.
As per 2020 statistics, an average cost for the surgery is between $6,000 to $12,000, including the surgeon’s fee of $4,866, and it can last 20 years or more.