Kim’s plastic surgery list could be exposed in the opening round of the nasty divorce trial between Humphries and Kardashian, who threw the basketballer after just 72 days of marriage… but not before a lavish $18 million wedding.
Kris Humphries claims the marriage was a form of false advertising and he’s seeking an annulment. Kim, on the hand insists she married for love; it just didn’t work out.
The latest report Kris plans to reveal that Kim is a plastic surgery junkie. “Kim’s gotten liposuction, three nose jobs, a boob job and some work done on her butt,” “She can’t stop with the plastic surgery and I don’t think she ever will.”
Kim and Kris are scheduled to give depositions in the case this week.
At Simoni Plastic Surgery in Beverly Hills, Dr. Payman Simoni offers several surgical and nonsurgical procedures that affect the looks of his patients’ faces and bodies. Rhinoplasty serves as one such treatment, and Dr. Simoni prefers the open-tip method.
The first step in receiving a rhinoplasty involves making an appointment with a specialist, such as Dr. Simoni. At this meeting, he uses 3-D computer imagery to show clients before and after pictures of their new faces. He also offers recommendations on what would suit the patient best and alters the nose on the monitor so they understand their many options.
During the two-hour surgery, he makes an incision across the tissue separating the nostrils. After adjusting the nose, a splint is placed into the nasal cavity to prevent it from moving so that the new shape holds.
Patients can generally go back to work after a week, though it might take over a month before they feel completely normal. Results can be seen in as little as three weeks, however, the nose continues refitting for six months.
To learn more about Dr. Simoni’s rhinoplasty options, including functional nasal surgery and rhinoplasty revision surgery, log onto www.drsimoni.com.
Payman Simoni, M.D., founder and head of Simoni Plastic Surgery, consistently advocates for and practices greater safety and lower medical risk in cosmetic surgery. Well aware of the dangers of general anesthetics, Dr. Simoni has explored minimally invasive techniques as well as surgery with local or no anesthetics. Simoni Plastic Surgery has offices in Beverly Hills and Long Island.
An expert who has commented on liposuction and facial plastic surgery in The New York Times and on NBC, ABC, and CNN, Dr. Simoni also has lectured to his peers and pursued research in his areas of expertise. He was lead author on “Simultaneous Choristomatous Polyps of the Aural and Pharyngeal Regions,” an article submitted to the American Journal of Otolaryngology.
In addition, Dr. Simoni has presented his work to fellow practitioners at professional meetings. As lead researcher for “Microbiology of Tracheal Stents in Laryngotracheal Reconstruction,” he presented the findings at the 2002 meeting of the Triological Society Southern Section at Captiva Island, Florida, and subsequently submitted an article for publication in the professional journal Laryngoscope. The American Broncho-Esophagological Association accepted his “Use of Endoscopic Microdebrider in Airway Obstruction from Laryngotracheal Carcinoma” study for its 2002 gathering.
Following a Bachelor’s degree in Biology and Jewish History and Philosophy from Yeshiva University in the Bronx, Dr. Simoni obtained his M.D. from the Albert Einstein College of Medicine at Yeshiva. He completed an internship in general surgery and a residency in otolaryngology and head and neck surgery at the University of Alabama, achieving Chief Resident status in his final two years.
Before establishing his own practice, Dr. Simoni worked at Long Island ENT Associates, P.C., as Director of its Facial Plastic division. He also served as a Lifestyle Lift Surgeon at Beverly Hills Plastic Surgery Center. Dr. Payman Simoni has full and unrestricted licenses to practice medicine in both New York and California. In addition to English, Dr. Simoni speaks Hebrew and Arabic.
As of late the newest focus in nasal plastic surgery is sparking what is known as “ethnic blending” a concept in which all noses are looking more similar to each other as an increased number of patients desire a minimized nose. Although, one major issue with those of ethnic backgrounds seeking nose jobs is that they don’t want the change to be perceived as that they weren’t proud or happy with who they were.
Typically, complaints among races vary from Blacks who are unhappy with the width of their noses and nostrils, middle easterners discontent with the distinct shape prone to their nose, as well as the oftentimes “hump” that they have. And Asians who have very wide noses with little cartilage support and often want a more distinct nose.
Beverly Hills Rhinoplasty specialist Dr. Payman Simoni is highly experienced in the latest trend of the ethnic nose job and weighs in on the topic stating that, “The ethnic rhinoplasty is very difficult and the key is to create subtle changes in the profile and in the definition of the nose without completely changing their ethnic characteristic.” Simoni adds, that he “focuses on minimizing the nose and drawing attention to the eyes instead’
In this ethnic Rhinoplasty, it is key to have an experienced surgeon who can maintain a good facial balance as well as stay true to the given racial attributes of a patient. Dr. Simoni stresses, “A surgeon needs to be extremely knowledgeable to the unique anatomical nasal distinctions. He adds, “The technique for an ethnic nose job is very difficult and very different than the traditional process. If a surgeon is not skilled and familiar with ethnic Rhinoplasty the result could be disastrous, and the nose can end up with one of many undesired variations such as pinched, or upturned. The most well known case of this type of upset is that of Michael Jackson’s infamous nose.” Using computer assisted imaging Simoni maintains optimum results that are consecutively reached thanks to being able to pinpoint both parties objectives with the assistance of this technology.