WHEN plastic surgeon and bodybuilder Dr David Matlock turned up for work one day in 2007, little did he know he would be operating on a woman soon to become his wife.
After giving birth to a baby girl, the now 38-year-old Veronica sought the services of Dr Mallock for a vaginoplasty – what is now commonly known as 'designer vagina' surgery.
"I couldn't even look into his eyes because of the reason I was there," Veronica, who is now Dr Matlock's wife, told the Daily Mail.
"I was so shy and bashful, but he says it was love at first sight."
"I didn't see her weight then, I just knew what I wanted to do," said Dr Matlock, who after their first consultation suggested Veronica also undergo what he dubs a 'Wonder Woman Makeover' – liposuction of the chin, arms, and legs, and a Brazilian butt lift.
"She opted for everything I suggested. Even marriage" he said.
Indeed, Veronica and David became Mr and Mrs Matlock soon after, with the doctor proposing on their first date away from his surgery room.
Since then, Veronica has a vaginal rejuvenation, labiaplasty, a G-spot shot, liposuction and, most recently, Botox injections.
"I feel like I'm a walking advertisement for him," she told the Mail. "He keeps himself looking good, it's added pressure. So I feel like I have to look good, you know."
The "looking good" she's referring to is her husband's pioneering fat-implant technique called 'Vaser High Def Liposculpting', which he tests on himself. The procedure involves injecting fat into different parts of the body to create a perfectly sculpted, muscular figure.
"I just wanted to take my body to a point where, with exercise and diet, you couldn't get it there," said Dr Matlock.
"I always eat healthy. A lot of my business is fat, doing liposuction all the time, but I don't like fat.
"We take out the fat under ultrasonic guidance and inject it into the muscles. I can sculpt out the biceps, the triceps, obliques, abs, calves, whatever."
The Matlocks both now compete in bodybuilding competitions, consuming six meals per day in the lead up to competition time, consisting of chicken, fish, rice, and vegetables.
"We have scales in the house, basically in the master bedroom," Dr Matlock said.
"I weigh myself, and I do it every single day, sometimes twice a day. We also have lot of mirrors around the house. A lot of times, just in the gym, I want to look at our muscles.
"I tell people I watch my weight, and I watch my wife's weight too," he said.
"I know that David loves me for who I am," said Veronica, before reportedly quipping, "there's a fat clause."
We hope she's joking.