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By Josh Saunders


A Human Ken Doll has created the world’s first custom-designed THIGH implants for a fitness instructor who wanted thicker legs.

PICS BY JUSTIN JEDLICA / CATERS NEWS

Having spent $500,000 (£400,000) on more than 490 cosmetic procedures, Justin Jedlica, 36, from Beverley Hill, in California, USA, is now designing the “perfect body” for others.

He created the bespoke thigh implants for an unnamed female who wanted to give her small quads a bigger and bulkier look.

PICS BY JUSTIN JEDLICA / CATERS NEWS – Before surgery

PICS BY JUSTIN JEDLICA / CATERS NEWS – After surgery

Justin says the surgery is the quadricep equivalent of transforming breast from an A-cup to a D-cup and that the client is now much more confident.

He considers himself to be the ‘Picasso’ of the body modification world and maintains his implants are art work similar to that of a sculptor.

Justin is offering his plastic surgery consulting to help others turn themselves into ‘adonises’ too, without the hardships of having to work-out.

Justin, an implant design specialist, said: “My client travelled for the procedure from out of the country and was very physically fit, but her body-type was fairly petite for a bodybuilder and she was having a hard time bulking-up.

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“She was struggling to put on the mass that she would turn into muscle, which I understand as I have a high metabolism and am very lean, so I designed an specialised implant to give her massive quads.

“She expressed she wanted to go extremely large, the leg equivalent of taking someone from an A-cup to a D-cup.

“In the design process, I even hired some bodybuilders, so I could study the muscle groups in depth and ask them questions about what they thought was important to the upper leg region aesthetically.

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“Now she’s blossomed in life and with her bodybuilding, the custom implants have really enhanced her posing and the definition when she flexes her muscles.

“The four implants have given her a newfound sense of confidence, it’s helped her to grow her business and her following as a personal fitness trainer and bodybuilder.

“To my knowledge and with all my research within the aesthetics industry, there is no one else in the world who is currently offering services directly to the public as an implant design specialist.

“I compare myself to Picasso because like Picasso my art is quite controversial and it pushes the boundaries of what might be considered stereotypical beauty.”

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PICS BY JUSTIN JEDLICA / CATERS NEWS – Thigh implants

His client, who wished to remain unnamed, had the pioneering surgery last year, which he says has helped the fitness instructor feel better about herself and more confident in her chosen trade.

While designing her $5,000 implants to create the ‘perfect muscle arrangement’, he even sought outsider help.

Justin said: “The client brought some photos of how she wanted her thighs to look, I showed them to bodybuilders and asked them to help me work out the optimal contours for the quadriceps.

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“It was based on those two interactions, my artistic eye and self-taught medical knowledge for the human body that the implant placement and overall shapes were derived.

“I worked in tandem with Dr. Paul Chugay and the implant company to coordinate and oversee the manufacturing of these implants.”

“I specialise in silicone implants and aesthetic design, so I was able to come up with something creative and innovative for her.

“Current industry implants are very basic and I don’t feel like they are as anatomically correct or as varied in options as they should be, muscle augmentation implants could be enhanced a lot by someone with my knowledge and artistic skill set.”

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Justin says that designing implants for himself was pivotal to him being able to provide such a tailored service to others.

He added: “I’ve been my very own guinea pig for the very services I offer now, I designed my whole body and inadvertently my personal passion turned into something I can use to help other people.

“Instead of putting a chunky one-size fits all implant, I’m able to design and refine the shape of implants as well as the mailability of it, so how hard or soft the leg will feel afterwards.

“I’m an artist, a sculptor and a liberator of the typical standards of beauty, I’m trying to help redefine what beauty is and support anyone who chooses to modify their body whether that’s for reconstruction or for cosmetic purposes.”

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Last year, Justin received recognition for his work when he was given an award for ‘Innovation to the Field of Plastic Surgery’ at The Aesthetics Show – the largest plastic surgery convention in the states, which is held in Las Vegas, Nevada.

The event acknowledges exceptional plastic surgeons and other elite professionals in Aesthetics Industry, as well as debuting new advancements.

Justin said: “It was great to have my achievement be acknowledged by the medical community, finally I’m getting the validation from other doctors for what I have been doing all these years.

“The thought that other doctors were taking my work seriously and moreover, giving my surgical ideas merit was the most rewarding part of the convention.”

Justin was 18-years-old when he had his first surgery, one of five nose jobs and later going onto customise implants for his body.

Since then he has had nearly 500 cosmetic procedures, modifying his nose, cheeks, chin, jaw, forehead, lips, shoulders, back, 6-pack abs, biceps, triceps and bum and more.

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Justin said: “My own personal reasons for having pectoral implant surgery was that I felt as if it was a right of passage – a coming of age milestone.

“It was extremely empowering to realize that I didn’t just have to accept the way I was born, I had the ability to make myself into whoever I wanted.”

Justin is set to appear on new show following The Plastics of Hollywood agency, it will be a Big Brother style programme, where human dolls try to nurture their talent to achieve fame.

Away from their plastic surgery the stars including Justin will be put to the test in a talent agency to see if they can make-it in the cut-throat world of showbiz.

Marcela Iglesias, producer and presenter, said: “For me, Justin was the pioneer of the human doll character, he was the first person to be named the ‘Human Ken Doll’ and then the others around the world came out from the ashes.

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“He’s a plastic surgery personality but he is also his own guinea pig, with the implants he created for himself they didn’t even exist before

“He is like a tailor, he takes measurements and creates implants to his body size, he is the first one and his own canvas, he’s very special.

“I don’t know anyone in the world who can do what Justin does, he is the pioneer for body modification.”

The TV show, which is set to be released in America, will follow a talent agency that tries to help them achieve Hollywood Fame without relying on their looks.

The show features Marcela Iglesias and Patrik Simpson will try to help them become Hollywood Stars.

Marcela said: “If you have all of my dolls together Justin looks the most natural despite having more surgery and procedures done than anybody else.

“If he didn’t tell you he has implants, most people would believe he’s been to the gym every day for 10 years, every part of him is so contoured, it’s unbelievable.”

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