Heidi Montag first boasted about having more than 10 plastic surgery procedures that were done in one day is now admitting that she regrets her plastic surgeries since it almost ruined her life, her marriage with Spencer Pratt and caused her so much severe pain.
Heidi Montag, 24, who appeared on an ABC hour-long special anchored by ABC News’ Cynthia McFadden titled “Celebrity Plastic Surgery Gone Too Far?” claims her plastic surgery obsession was ignited after first having her nose done and a breast augmentation after doing a photoshoot with Playboy who had digitally enhanced her then small breasts. The TV star says she had already had insecurities about her breasts and this seemed to have helped to increase her desire to get it done even more.
It seems that after her first surgery she was hooked and ended up going in to see her late surgeon, Dr. Frank Ryan, who performed her multiple procedures which made headlines for being done in one. In her television interview, Heidi Montag says she asked Dr Ryan what would make his dream person and what he named off she wanted to do.
Heidi Montag who didn’t keep up with the surgeries that were done, she believes she’s been in more than 10 procedures which included a breast augmentation revision, nose job, fat injections in cheeks, nasolabial folds and lips, neck liposuction, chin reduction, liposuction on waist, hips and inner & outer thighs, buttock augmentation and Botox in her forehead and frown area, amongst other things.
From the interview it seems that Heidi Montag is making it out to be that Dr Ryan convinced her into the surgeries and didn’t explain the impact it would have on her, but it seems that the both had their own goals. The question many ask is what would make a person request so many multiple procedures like that, is it normal, is it safe and should a doctor perform as many either.
The way Heidi Montag puts it, Dr. Ryan oversimplified the procedures that she underwent.
The Hills star goes on to say that she wish she could have her old self back now and, if she could, she would reduce her breast and downsize them, but since she doesn’t want to go under the knife again, she has opted to keep them and feels stuck with them.
Montag described the pain she felt after the surgery as like being hit with a truck and stated that she couldn’t walk, go to the bathroom and spoke about the multiple bruises and what her swollen body had to go through.
When Heidi Montag was questioned about young women wanting to be like her and having plastic surgery, Montag says she would advise young women not to go under the knife because each time you do it, you’re risking your life.
Meanwhile, in related news, while Heidi Montag is having a different view on plastic surgery now, former supermodel and modeling agent Janice Dickinson, 55, thinks surgery is good for you.
Maybe it’s the age difference.
Writer: HipHopRX Denise