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Old 05-20-2010, 09:36 PM   #1
 
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I have struggled with my looks for a very long time and I have made the huge decision to seek surgery to rectify the problems with my face. However, after meeting with several surgeons who have all given me different advice, I'm unsure as to what procedure would actually give me the stronger, more balanced look I am going for.

Chin, cheek, nose, two of them, all of them? My biggest area of concern is the lower part of my face, especially the puffiness around my mouth.

Any advice would be more than welcome!
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Old 05-21-2010, 12:16 PM   #2
 
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Welcome to the forum mandolin!

What have the plastic surgeons you've met with recommended so far? I would say a small chin implant to bring your chin forward would be an enhancement.

p.s. You have beautiful eyes and a great nose!

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Welcome!!!

I would go with a chin implant first, and then you might need cheek implants as well.

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Hmm... well I'm not so sure about cheek implants. Don't you think they would look a bit off compared to her jaw? (if her cheek bones were made bigger)

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I think the cheek implants would make her face look more rounded, fuller, and effeminate. I think she should get the chin implant first, and then proceed from there.

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Well I just don't think cheek implants would look very natural on her already prominent cheeks. But what about a letting her hair down? That could make a big difference!

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I would NOT go for cheek implants!! you already have quite a triangular face, to get cheek implants would def make your face way imbalanced.
In my opinion, jaw angle implants is what I would look into to help strengthen your jawline and possibly a chin implant.

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