Heidi Montag’s statements about her late plastic surgeon Dr Frank Ryan have spanned the gamut.
Right after his tragic death she tweeted:
“He was an angel and changed my life and the lives of everyone he met. He was the most brilliant talented surgeon who will ever exist. Dr. Frank Ryan changed the world.”
And now three months later in another news story:
Heidi Montag regrets having so much cosmetic surgery and says she feels ”misled” by her surgeon, the late Dr. Frank Ryan. The blonde beauty has regrets about undergoing 10 procedures in one day, including breast implants, a brow lift, nose job and liposuction, and claims she would never have gone through with the treatment if surgeon Frank Ryan – who died in a car accident in August – had not persuaded her it wasn’t “excessive”.
While I am no fan of marathon surgery, I see it in poor taste for her to throw her dead surgeon under the bus for work she agreed to have done. Did she see any other surgeons before she had surgery with Dr Ryan? What did they say or recommend? We of course don’t know any of this. We do know that Heidi is searching for paying entertainment field work.
I am pretty sure she thinks that this stance will lead to it, but her complete disregard for her dead surgeon who did as she requested is simply wrong.
John Di Saia MD