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Did Uma Thurman Get Plastic Surgery? Actress Debuts New Look At 'The Slap' Premiere [PICTURES]

ByMarika Kazimierska
Feb 11, 2015 12:08 PM EST

When Uma Thurman appeared on the red carpet in New York City on Feb. 9 for the premiere of her new miniseries "The Slap," many people found her to be unrecognizable. The 44-year-old actress had many people wondering if she had gone under the knife.

Although the "Kill Bill" star's appearance was not shockingly altered, there was no question that she looked a little bit different, reported Daily Mail

A few plastic surgeons even weighed in on her seemingly changed appearance, reported Hollywood Life

"It's very difficult to say if she has had anything done, even though she does look very different in the more recent picture. This may well be due to the angle the picture was taken at and the fact that her forehead is completely exposed and not covered with hair. These two things make her face look much longer and narrower and may account for the differences in appearance," Dr. David Cangello told Hollywood Life. 

He added, "She certainly does not have any tell-tale signs of "bad botox" or being overfilled with injectables. And there is nothing to suggest she has had any surgical modification of her face either."

Thurman's new look may just be the result of a little more foundation, red lipstick and a new hairdo. The actress may have also gotten help with a pencil for her eyebrows, reported Daily Mail.

However, Mark Norfolk, Clinical Director at Transform Cosmetic Surgery, believed Thurman had undergone a dramatic transformation. 

Talking to MailOnline, he stated, "Uma certainly looks like she's undergone a dramatic transformation, and, in my opinion, she's looking too overdone. The thing that strikes me most is that her eye area looks very different. It looks as though she's had a recent lower blepharoplasty treatment, also known as eye bag removal. She isn't wearing any eyeliner or mascara, probably in order to avoid infection from the new surgery."

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