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Old 07-05-2012, 05:10 PM   #1
 
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Default Ugly Profile view! Is a chin reduction the way to go? Please help.

I've never been satisfied with my profile view. I like the way i look from the front, but the side of my face bothers me quite a bit. I dislike my jaw/chin area and with the bump on my nose, they contrast terrribly. Please give me advice on what would be a possible ption to fix this problem.
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Old 10-10-2012, 04:17 AM   #2
 
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You actually already have a pronounced chin, so I don't think a chin implant is necessary. Your nose doesn't look too bad, but since you've expressed that you're not happy with your side profile, I would suggest nose reduction. I'm guessing you're already planning on doing that anyway, considering your expression of dislike of the bump on your nose.

Also, you could go the non-surgery route and maybe just get used to holding your head up higher than normal? Like the expression, "chin up," you know? I'm sure that'll balance your chin and your nose a bit.

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