A New Face to the Campaign?

What if GOP candidates or the President got plastic surgery? INSIDE EDITION speaks with a plastic surgeon who shows us what they would look like after a few nips and tucks.

Her performance on Saturday Night Live was panned, but it's also Lindsay Lohan's face that's getting a lot of attention.

Dr. Robert Rey of Dr. 90210 fame has not treated Lohan but is pretty certain he knows what she's had done.

"What's going on with her cheeks. What is going on with her chin," said Dr. Rey.

Dr. Rey then went on to say, "The lack of wrinkles suggests fillers and if you look at her chin, it's a little more pronounced and a little square and it suggests a chin implant."

Dr. Rey thinks for someone of Lohan's age, of 25, it's too much, too soon.

Dr. Rey said, "I am alarmed because she is very, very talented but the changes in her face distract from her awesome talent into ‘Oh my gosh. What has she done now?' "

Cosmetic surgery has been Hollywood's not-so-secret weapon against aging. But could it spread to the presidential campaign?

Cosmetic surgeon Dr. Jeffrey Spiegel of Boston University gave each of the candidates a computerized makeover.  

"Some of the candidates could be much more attractive, pretty easily," said Spiegel.

Dr. Spiegel started with the candidate he felt was in need of the most work – Newt Gingrich.

"He's got extra wrinkles. He's got bags under his eyes which make him look tired," said Dr. Spiegel.

After some computer rendering, Speigel said, "I think we've taken 15 years off Newt's face, easily."

At age 53, Rick Santorum is the youngest of the Republican hopefuls. A little botox would get rid of wrinkles and gives him a refreshed appearance.

Mitt Romney has a big edge according to Dr. Spiegel.

"He's got a nice strong jaw, a full head of hair. He looks like the captain of a ship but he at the same time he looks like he's been at sea too long," said Dr. Spiegel.

And what about the President?

Dr. Spiegel also did some computer imaging on the President's famous big ears.

"He's skinny, so his ears stick out; we have brought them closer to his head," said Dr. Spiegel.