Caitlyn Jenner Spent $70,000 On Six Surgeries For New Face

Caitlyn Jenner allegedly spent $70,000 on six surgeries to undergo her transition from Bruce Jenner into the woman that she is.

Earlier this week, Caitlyn Jenner showcased her new look on the front cover of Vanity Fair, and the public reacted to her unveiling with overwhelming sways of support. There were also a few naysayers too, but they were mostly drowned out by the praise for Caityln’s bravery.

And during an interview with Page Six, plastic surgeon Dr. David Alessi predicted that in order for Caitlyn Jenner to acquire her new face she had to spend approximately $70,000 over the course of six surgeries.

Alessi admitted that he usually performs around a dozen of these surgeries per year from his office in Los Angeles. This sees him alter male features to feminine ones.

Adding up Caitlyn Jenner’s surgeries, Alessi guessed that she spent between $9,000 to $15,000 on Rhinoplasty to change her nose. She then also spent $25,000 on facial rejuvenation surgery, as well as $12,000 on a brow lift, $6,000 – $8,000 on cheek implants, $6,000 – $10,000 on Adam’s apple shave, and $800 on Botox.

Caitlyn is expected to undergo numerous other procedures over the coming months and years to tweak and maintain her appearance. In fact, Alessi even predicted that Cailtyn will probably ultimately have liposuction to try and attain an hourglass figure.

Alessi explained, “They may want to tweak things. Again, she’s going to want to say as good-looking as she can for as long as she can. I’m sure she’s going to have little tweaks here and there.”

Alessi also revealed that it will take Caitlyn Jenner around a year to fully recovery from the effects of the surgery, while revealing that she will probably be spending between $100 and $500 on hormones for the rest of her life.

The renowned plastic surgeon, who has never worked on Jenner before, also praised the work that she received as well as her appearance, while conceding that he’d like to see her up close and personal to measure just how impressive the surgery was rather than simply looking at the photoshopped images that originally appeared on Vanity Fair.

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