Although he has never really spoken of it publicly, Bruce Springsteen has obviously had some work. This image from the late eighties shows some pretty prominent facial folds that are not really seen much after 2008.
It is estimated that Springsteen, 63, has had a plethora of plastic surgery, such as blepharoplasty, facial fillers, botox injections, facelift and even a hair transplant!
Judging by the before and after photos, Springsteen's forehead does not seem overly Botoxed, his eyes are not noticeably lifted, his skin is smooth and the wrinkles are undeniably reduced around his crow's feet, making him look more refreshed and youthful than before. He made a smart choice to not overdone all these procedures to his face to the point that it stops having any facial expression.
Dr. John Di Saia of San Clemente and Orange, who blogged about Bruce Springsteen, was quoted as saying: "Would I say he's had a ton of work? Probably not. He doesn't overdo it. But it's almost certain he's had something done."
Springsteen's hair is just as thick as ever, making some celebrity watchers and gossip magazines suggest it may not be entirely natural, but a hair transplant!
In David Remnick's article in The New Yorker, there is a stand-out sentence about Bruce Springsteen: "His hairline is receding, and, if one had to guess, he has, over the years, in the face of high-def scrutiny and the fight against time, enjoined the expensive attentions of cosmetic and dental practitioners."
Apart from the plastic surgery operations Springsteen obviously got, it is clear he is blessed with good genes!
It has to be mentioned that Bruce Springsteen hasn't confirmed or denied any kind of plastic surgery.
Conclusion: Bruce Springsteen is a great deal better now than he did even a few years ago, but he still looks like his former self. The only reason someone would suspect he has had work done is that he appears too good for his age!
The media are acting as if the biggest revelation in David Remnick’s lengthy profile of Bruce Springsteen in The New Yorker is that the Boss has been in therapy for 30 years. But for me the stand-out sentence in the article was this description of the singer: “His hairline is receding, and, if one had to guess, he has, over the years, in the face of high-def scrutiny and the fight against time, enjoined the expensive attentions of cosmetic and dental practitioners.” Yeah, it seems as if even the Boss has had work done. Which tracks with Remnick’s description of the singer’s lavish lifestyle. He may sing about the down-and-outs, but he hardly lives like one himself. His wife, Patti Scialfa, explains: “If your art is intact, your art is intact. Who wrote ‘Anna Karenina’? Tolstoy? He was an aristocrat! Did that make his work any less true?” But “Anna Karenina” was mostly about upper-class Russians, honey, and while Tolstoy may have been lord of the manor, he hardly lived like a czar. As Springsteen does today. -