Former "Teen Mom" star Farrah Abraham has been very open about her plastic surgeries and now says that she is open to the idea of her daughter, Sophia, having surgery when she is 18.
"I have to say, we very much believe that we are pretty," Abraham told Radar Online about herself and Sophia, now 5. "We are secure people, but if there's something that she can't live with, then yes, go for it! I'm supportive, but I don't think in any way, shape, or form she will need that. She's a very adorable, good looking, great kid."
Abraham has had several surgeries, including breast augmentations, rhinoplasty, chin implants, and lip injections. She recently had her chin implant removed after deciding that she was no longer happy with the way it looked.
"I envisioned myself looking one way and I changed it. And I'm still happy and I don't [expletive] about my looks anymore. I feel like if I am preventing aging, yes, and there's always little things that I can do," Abraham explained. "But at this time right now, my esthetician and my doctors don't recommend that, so I'm not going to."
Part of the reason Abraham is so concerned about her image stems from the fact that she works as a promotional advertiser and makes numerous public appearances across the country. In a sense, her job demands that she look her best, but Abraham said that she also wants to be happy and healthy, no matter what that takes.
"I've honestly just been on a very strict, healthy diet – and I think that's why I've been feeling healthy and happy and just doing my best. I've totally switched up my diet and I've been juicing, straight up raw veggie juicing and fruit juicing. It's been pretty intense for my body, but I have to say, I've been glowing. My skin is good. I just feel good."
You can currently watch Abraham on VH1's "Couples Therapy."