Dr. P: In the end, you’d be closer to looking like Cage, but ultimately you have a different bone structure. The thing is, overall, your face has a similar shape to Nic Cage's. Looking at your face and his, your forehead length, middle part of your face, and lower part of your face all match up pretty well. From the nose to the chin, though, it’s very different.
There’s a whole lot of tinkering involved. When you look at Nicolas Cage’s images, you’re a lot younger-looking than he is. You don’t have the wrinkles in the same area that he does, so you would have to wait until you developed folds.
Total Cost: $25,000 - $27,100
Is this crazy?
Dr. P: If someone were to come in and say they want to look like somebody else, it is not my place to treat these people—It’s definitely a red flag. I don’t want to treat these people and I always let them know that.
Jeremy Glass is the Vice editor for Supercompressor and would, one day, like to switch faces with somebody.