Megan, who was in a car crash but amazingly recovered from a fractured spine with only paralysis in her feet, met with Dr. Terry Dubrow and Dr. Paul Nassif in the hope of getting a 10th surgery.
A partial paraplegic is finally able to realize her dream of becoming a fitness model after having her 'deformed' breasts reconstructed following nine breast surgeries in just three years.
Megan, who was in a car crash but amazingly recovered from a fractured spine with only paralysis in her feet, met with Dr. Terry Dubrow and Dr. Paul Nassif in the hope of getting a 10th surgery on Sunday night's episode of the E! reality series Botched.
The aspiring model explained that her first surgeon left one breast really high and the other really low, and during her second surgery the doctor tried to filled up the lower implant thinking it would raise it higher.
Transformation: Megan had her 'potato' boobs fixed after nine breast augmentations
Seeking help: Megan's implants were so uneven, one reached her collar bone
Miraculous recovery: Megan was in a car crash but amazingly recovered from a fractured spine with only paralysis in her feet
Megan then went on to have more surgeries, but no one could fix her 'potato' boobs until she met with Dr. Dubrow and Dr. Nassif.
'You're really encapsulated,' Dr. Dubrow explained during her consultation. 'You've had a full blown lift, and they still, despite their best efforts, haven't been able to get a good shape out of you.'
Dr. Dubrow admitted that the idea of her having a 10th surgery was 'very scary' to him, noting that her breast tissue 'had the heck beaten out of it'.
'Don't you like the challenge?' Megan asked, and the doctor replied: 'We love the challenge. We live for the challenge.'
Held back: Megan dreamed of being a fitness model, but her uneven breasts left her feeling insecure
Big moment: Megan was excited to see her new breasts after surgery
Overcome with emotion: She cried tears of joy after she saw them for the first time
Despite his initial fears, Dr. Dubrow was able to completely fixed Megan's breasts, and she cried tears of joy when she saw them for the first time.
Now that she was feeling sexy again, Megan proudly posed for a fitness shoot to show off her new chest.
'Before my surgery my breasts were saggy and lumpy, and my right breast was so deformed it was pushed all the way up to my collarbone,' she explained. 'Because of this, I felt like I was unable to pursue my lifelong dream of becoming a fitness model
'Now after my surgery my breasts are round, perky, just the right size. Now I have the confidence to model without feeling embarrassed or ashamed like I did before.'
Looking good! After her surgery, Megan showed off her new chest during a sexy fitness shoot
Strike a pose: Megan happily flaunted her new cleavage during the shoot
Confident: Following the corrective surgery, the aspiring model admitted she felt much happier with her body
During the episode, the doctors also met with Liberty, who was born with a cleft-lip and feeling insecure about her both her uneven smile and her crooked nose, which were the result of her reconstruction and rhinoplasty.
'I had the first operation when I was two-months-old to close the lip and also a graft to help close the gum,' she explained. 'I had my rhinoplasty about 11 years ago. I think I've had a lot more issues with it after the rhinoplasty.'
Dr. Nassif told Liberty that the good news was that they can help, explaining: 'We can make your nose a lot straighter, more symmetric.'
'Will it be perfect? No,' he added, but Liberty wanted him to fix whatever he could. However, the procedure was more difficult than Dr. Nassif had originally anticipated.
Transformation: The doctors also met with Liberty, who had the doctors fix her uneven smile and crooked nose
Youth: Liberty was born with a cleft-lip (left), and she had botched rhinoplasty 11 years ago (right)
All smiles: Liberty showed off her new nose and fuller smile at her 30th birthday
'Liberty's septum destabilizes during surgery,' he explained. 'All of a sudden, I look down, and I don't see the septum. That was a terrifying situation.'
Despite the complication, Dr. Nassif the surgery was a success, and Liberty showed off her new nose and a fuller smile at her 30th birthday party.
'Before surgery, my nose was like a puzzle piece that didn't fit my face,' she explained. 'It affected my self image and my breathing and it just made me feel terrible.
'Now after surgery, it's straight. My lip is a lot fuller, and I can finally breathe,' she added. 'I'm really excited to start this new chapter in my life, and it feels amazing.'Read more at dailymail.co.uk