"Teen Mom" fans know that many of the show's stars have had plastic surgery, some more than others. However, Reality TV doctor, Dr. Miami, who has become known for posting his cosmetic surgeries on SnapChat, is opening up about the one "Teen Mom" star he refused to work on. While many fans may think it's Farrah Abraham, due to the many procedures she's already had, Dr. Miami says he's not going to name any names.

Dr. Miami dishes on 'Teen Mom' stars' surgery

However, Wet Paint reveals that the "Teen Mom" star who Dr. Miami refused to operate on was Jenelle Evans.

Jenelle allegedly went to see Dr. Miami over a year ago in hopes of having a chin reduction surgery. However, the plastic surgeon revealed that he thought she was pretty as she was, and so he told her he would not perform the cosmetic procedure on her. “One of the 'Teen Moms' came in like a year ago for a chin reduction and I just refused to do it because I thought she was fine, she was pretty," the doctor revealed.

Kailyn and Briana were model patients

Meanwhile, Dr. Miami did agree to perform surgery on "Teen Mom 2" star Kailyn Lowry and "Teen Mom 3" star Briana DeJesus. The two MTV stars sought out the doctor for mommy makeovers, and the doc reveals they were model patients. “They were great patients.

They were super nice, super grateful. They followed instructions post-op,” he said of the moms. The plastic surgeon even revealed that since Kailyn Lowry is pregnant with baby number three, she may need to come see him for a bit more surgery, which is "great," saying she could "join the club" and become a "frequent flyer."

The doc weighs in on Kylie Jenner rumors


Miami also gave his opinion on the rumors that Kylie Jenner had breast implants, saying that he believes the youngest member of the Kardashian/Jenner family went under the knife to enhance her bust. “It’s weird because she denied having lip injections and then she came forward and said she did, so maybe we’ll find out on the next season of 'Keeping Up with the Kardashians' why she denied [the alleged surgery]."