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    Kveta Kopecká Registered Nurse

    I saw my colleagues on the stage without their heads, says Ľubomír Paulovič. Prečo šiel na plastiku?

    Ľubomír Paulovič, a member of the Slovak National Theatre, ended up in the operating theatre a few days ago. He didn’t follow in the footsteps of some Slovak models, who are “beautifying” themselves from the melting pot. He had a quite prosaic reason for it. “It was out of necessity – for the sake of better vision. My upper eyelids were already covering more than half of my eyes. More and more I had to lift them with my eyebrow muscles to reach the entire visor. My forehead, eyes and sometimes even my head often hurt in the evening,” she tells PLUS 7 DAYS.
    However, he has also been experiencing problems on the theatre stage for quite some time. “Now and then I’ve seen my partners on stage just from the chest down, as if I’m wearing a cap with a shield made of my own skin,” he smiles.

    Fear and Little Sister Betka
    He inherited his eyelids, as the artist calls them, from his grandparents and mother. However, as the years went by, his “formation” grew larger. Eyelid surgery was an acute solution. Paulovic makes no secret that he didn’t care before the intervention. “I’m not going to be macho. Of course I was scared, even though I’ve had four surgeries or scalpel appointments, and they were a bit more serious… Now I was relatively calm also thanks to the knowledge that I was under the scalpel in the hands of a great plastic surgeon Katka Simonova,” he explains. He wasn’t afraid of her misconduct, but of the post-operative pain. His fears left him immediately after the three-quarter-hour procedure, when he was escorted to the rest rooms by “the nice ladies in white.”
    “I spent the whole night there under the supervision of nurse Betka and in the morning I drove home by car,” he says happily. In addition to this procedure, the actor also had some skin growths and lentigines removed, which was recommended by his dermatologist as a prevention of skin cancer.

    Source:Plus 7 Days/Karol Bustin Jr., January 5, 2014