Heidi Montag: Nose Job and Plastic SurgeryContinued from Heidi Montag: Boob Job and Breast Implants.
What about your nose? I think Lindsay Lohan has a good nose, but I looked at models, mostly. I brought in 400 photos, probably. When I got the splint taken off, I was just like, “Thank you!” I had a lot of extra cartilage, and they shaved it down.
I can breathe so much better now. I’m like, Twice as much air! My voice has cleared up too. It used to be higher, and now it’s more my voice. I used to have a crazy sleeping disorder – I woke up for 15 minutes out of every hour – and now I sleep through the night.
How did you look? So swollen. For a week, my face was black and blue, and I was like, “Spencer, don’t look at me.” He was like, “No, you’re beautiful.” He was a rock. And I had my chest wrapped, so I couldn’t even see it yet. At home, I recovered for almost two months. Surgery is a really traumatic thing for your body. As for Spencer, you couldn’t pay a nurse to be better.
He was so sweet, crawling into bed with me, saying, “Are you OK? Can I get you anything?” I had a barrier of pillows around me, and I slept like that every night. We’d order in from P.F. Chang’s or Domino’s and watch The Sopranos and Lost. My chest was just heavy. It didn’t hurt. I wore the bandages for two weeks, and they give you a bra that I still wear.
It buttons up front and holds it all in there.
It was hard for me to move even a little bit. For a couple of weeks, it was a big deal for me to take myself to the bathroom, to get up and move really slowly and walk around the house. After three weeks, I got the splint on my nose off. A week after that they took the stitches out of my breasts, then out of my nose, which I still have to ice sometimes because it wells.
It was a while [before Spencer and I could have sex] because I was still recovering. And I have to be careful with working out. You can cause internal bleeding if you’re not careful, and have to go back into surgery. Sometimes I get a little bit sore. Your body takes fully a year to heal.
Would you ever get more surgery? It’s not like, Oh, let’s do this for fun. My breasts and my nose were two things that really bothered me, two things that I’d been living with and really insecure about my whole life. Now I’m happy and I’m good. No more surgery for me.