Those all followed his first procedure, a nose job in 1979.
He kept getting work done on his nose over the years as it seemed to get smaller and more pointed.
Later in his life, he'd had so much work done on it that the airways were blocked.
Fortunately for his career, it never affected his singing voice, though he wasn't singing often at the end of his career.
His life was plagued with issues that ranged from child abuse to unfathomable wealth and popularity to identity and dysmorphic disorders. It seems that his odd appearance encapsulated all of that.
Below, you'll see a composite of what experts think Michael Jackson would have looked like without any plastic surgery.
Needless to say, the image looks nothing like the 2000s Jackson that we knew.
Here he is. He looks...normal. It's a little hard to imagine the face on the right as the King of Pop, but, then again, it's hard to imagine today how the beloved little Michael of the Jackson 5 became the person on the left, too.