Heidi Montag's new breasts could droop, need implant removal, doctors say
Leave it to Us magazine to trump traditional media in the investigative journalism department: The mag interviewed a doctor who said that Heidi Montag's new ultra-sized breasts (think E or F cups these days) will sag like a Salvador Dali painting, given enough time. It must have taken a brain trust rivaling the Manhattan Project to determine that.
"The excessive weight of the implants in these extreme augmentations almost always leads to chronic lower back pain and significant drooping of the breasts," Dr. Lyle M. Back of Cherry Hill, N.J. (go figure) told the mag. "Often, the entire balance of the spine can be thrown off, resulting in chronic neck strain, painful shoulders and even a stooping posture."
As if that doesn't sound painful enough, another plastic surgeon, Dr. Joel Beck of San Mateo, Calif., adds that Heidi's new implants are so oversized, they could "erode through the skin and be exposed, mandating (their) removal." Ugh. If that's not a warning to kids about getting 10 procedures at once, we don't know what is.
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