Heidi Montag was photographed on her recent Costa Rica Vacation with a suspicious tape over her nose, leading many to question if she had gotten yet another nose job. After the strange photos of her on the beach wearing the tape and a splint hit the web, Montag took to her own defense with the following statement; “Except for filming and a few photo shoots, I’ve had my nose tape on 24 hours a day since November. It takes a year for your nose to heal. This is just the first photo that anyone has seen of it. The last time I didn’t wear tape after surgery and my nose changed shape. The tape is supposed to keep the swelling down and hold my nose in place the way Dr. Ryan (celebrity plastic surgeon) sculpted it. Dr. Ryan always said I was his best, most cautious patient, and I’m not taking any chances now that he’s gone. I don’t want my face to fall off like Michael Jackson’s.” Beverly Hills Rhinoplasty specialist Dr. Payman Simoni does not recommend wearing tape that long after a nosejob. He adds, “The tape will actually increase the skin swelling, it in fact hinders the healing process due to the constant putting on and pulling off.” Montag also stated how she is however looking for a doctor in Costa Rica to reduce her breast size slightly from her current G cup to a D or Double D. Dr. Simoni recommends finding a doctor in the US and the more local the better.” You don’t want to have to keep flying to a different country for your follow-ups, it would be an extreme inconvenience for your post-op care”
Holly Maddison’s Nose Job Complicationposted on February 28, 2015 by admin
Holly Madison is an 33 year old model, showgirl and television personality. Besides her radiant beauty, this starlet is widely known for being one of Hugh Hefner’s girlfriends on the reality television series, The Girls Next Door and for her own reality series, Holly’s World.
In 2009, Holly opened up to Life & Style about her boob and nose jobs, but says that she’s not open to having any more work done:
“Plastic surgery made it easier for me to get things I wanted in my career. Without it, I wouldn’t be where I am today… My nose photographed really big in front of my face. If I wanted to do anything in the entertainment industry, I needed to get it fixed. I was definitely happy with the results. It made me more confident. And a lot of doors open when you look a certain way.” procedure, explains Dr. Payman Simoni, a Rhinoplasty specialist in Beverly Hills.
procedure, explains Dr. Payman Simoni, a Rhinoplasty specialist in Beverly Hills.
Look closely at the picture of Holly. The middle portion of her nose has collapsed, and you can see a line on either side of the nose that joins i
n the middle to form the inverted V. This is a common problem that can occur after the removal of a nasal hump. For some people, removal of the excess bridge can weaken the supports of nasal cartilages. This weakness can cause the collapse of nasal sidewalls and create this abnormal look. Dr. Simoni often uses the person’s own cartilages to support the nasal sidewalls to prevent this complication.