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#21 mouthmantra

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Posted 29 January 2019 - 04:14 PM

definitely! i would get buccal fat removal, double chin injections, lipo would also be great...


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Posted 30 January 2019 - 01:39 AM

not sure how serious you are about it but if you have a deviated septum, you can get insurance to pay for your nose job. any cosmetic changes beyond that can be tricky as you'd need to get a surgeon to agree to do anything further but it sounds like you just want your septum fixed

 

Ye, I know, but it's still kinda expensive to arrange lol gotta get referred to a specialist and whatnot.  Copays and whatnot.


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Posted 30 January 2019 - 06:28 PM

I would get tummy tuck, breast lift, and liposuction.

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Posted 30 January 2019 - 07:03 PM

Bone growth on the bridge of my nose shaved off. It's a perfect little ball (that keeps growing) that I've had for years and it's just getting noticeable :/


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Posted 30 January 2019 - 08:36 PM

Of course, I'd get just about everything done but boobs and butt 


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Posted 30 January 2019 - 09:11 PM

Idk, everything about me is disgusting and could use some work lmao



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Posted 31 January 2019 - 08:57 AM

I'd do it.

 

Gimme that...

 

Breast lift 

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Posted 31 January 2019 - 09:39 AM

Well, first I'd get the fat off me, then I'd get something to make my forehead smaller and smooth out a bump on it, and also make my nose and chin smaller


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Posted 31 January 2019 - 09:45 AM

I used to be convinced I would get plastic surgery at some point,

but now I realize how delusional I am and that a surgery won't change my infinitely negative view of myself and my face. Plus I always think it looks at least a little bit off when people have plastic surgery, even when it looks good.


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Posted 08 February 2019 - 10:41 PM

My bitch sister broke my nose 3 times so my parents offered me rhinoplasty as a gift. It freaked me out so I didn't accept. You better believe I had my vagina done after childbirth though. Not free, but you know, hubby paid.

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Posted 08 February 2019 - 11:43 PM

I had a nose job when I turned 18. If I could get another plastic surgery for free, I would get another small rhinoplasty to touch up the bone that's grown back on my bridge.


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Posted 09 February 2019 - 02:34 AM

Nose job, lip fillers, chin reduction, breast lift/possibly implants, and lipo for sure.


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Posted 09 February 2019 - 02:36 AM

I had a nose job when I turned 18. If I could get another plastic surgery for free, I would get another small rhinoplasty to touch up the bone that's grown back on my bridge.


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If you don't mind my asking, how did you afford a nose job so young? I have been extremely discouraged and depressed for years because it seems impossible for me to save up enough to get mine done


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Posted 09 February 2019 - 02:46 AM

If you don't mind my asking, how did you afford a nose job so young? I have been extremely discouraged and depressed for years because it seems impossible for me to save up enough to get mine done

 

My parents are relatively wealthy and knew that I wanted a nose job ever since I was 13 years old. I used to cry and beg them for one because I had awful issues with my appearance (this was around the time my eating disorder started developing, as well). I'd hear about teenagers getting temporary nose jobs, and I desperately wanted the bump on my nose to go away, too. I think bumpy noses look really good on a lot of people, but I honestly looked awful with it and wanted it gone as soon as possible.

 

My parents eventually agreed to get me the surgery the summer after my graduation from high school. They asked the doctor for some advice and wanted me to wait until my face was mostly done developing, as teenagers' faces apparently grow and keep changing until around 18 years of age or so.

 

I have a difficult relationship with my parents, but feel very grateful to them because it was really expensive and I understand that not a lot of people have that opportunity so easily. If you have any more questions I'd be happy to answer them!


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Posted 09 February 2019 - 02:53 AM

My parents are relatively wealthy and knew that I wanted a nose job ever since I was 13 years old. I used to cry and beg them for one because I had awful issues with my appearance (this was around the time my eating disorder started developing, as well). I'd hear about teenagers getting temporary nose jobs, and I desperately wanted the bump on my nose to go away, too. I think bumpy noses look really good on a lot of people, but I honestly looked awful with it and wanted it gone as soon as possible.

 

My parents eventually agreed to get me the surgery the summer after my graduation from high school. They asked the doctor for some advice and wanted me to wait until my face was mostly done developing, as teenagers' faces apparently grow and keep changing until around 18 years of age or so.

 

I have a difficult relationship with my parents, but feel very grateful to them because it was really expensive and I understand that not a lot of people have that opportunity so easily. If you have any more questions I'd be happy to answer them!

 

Wow! Thank you so much for being willing to tell me about it. How did you go about finding a good doctor and how did you know they were the right one? Do you have any absolutely important advice/tips from your personal experience? I obviously want mine to go well when I have it done, and even though I'm completely certain I'm going to have it done eventually, I'm still scared of it being botched.


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Posted 09 February 2019 - 03:19 AM

Wow! Thank you so much for being willing to tell me about it. How did you go about finding a good doctor and how did you know they were the right one? Do you have any absolutely important advice/tips from your personal experience? I obviously want mine to go well when I have it done, and even though I'm completely certain I'm going to have it done eventually, I'm still scared of it being botched.

 

No problem! One thing to keep in mind before I answer all your questions: I went to a doctor in South Korea (because I am Korean-American, and having a Korean doctor who is used to working particularly with the face shapes of my ethnicity felt like a better choice for me to ensure good results), so the routine and surgery experience may differ from the doctor you get the operation from in your area.

 

For finding a good doctor:

 

  • I would say that you should choose a doctor that makes you feel comfortable during your consultation and feels like they truly care about the results and your satisfaction. If it looks or feels in your gut like they don't give a shit, then I would advise you to search for someone else. It's possible that that sort of sentiment will carry onto the surgery when they operate on you, and you don't want a doctor who couldn't care less about it if they end up making a mistake or give you a nose you don't want.

 

  • Choose a doctor that has before/after pictures of a lot of patients. Do you like the "after" photos and results? Look at their patients from the past and their reviews, and definitely take your time reading all of them (and not just reviews from their own website, but from honest third-party review websites where the clinic can't modify or remove comments).

 

Important advice/tips:

 

  • Go into your consultation with at least a vague idea of what kind of nose you want, and ask the doctor how they think it will compliment the rest of your face and its structure.

 

  • Recovery is extremely important. It's as important as the procedure itself, in my opinion. Be diligent with whatever the doctor tells you to do after the surgery. If they tell you to sleep at a particular angle (I couldn't lay flat down on my bed for a few days), then do it. If they tell you to massage and squeeze the nose cast three times a day for a month after your surgery to mold the shape of your nose, do not be lazy, just do it. Get the most out of your money and follow everything the doctor says to ensure that you get the best nose you paid for!

 

  • Pick a time in your life where you have at least a month to a month and a half to yourself where you can recover and don't have to go outside and see others a whole lot. You're going to have to wear a sort of cast on your nose for a while to retain the shape of your nose and it might be embarrassing (it wasn't for me, but some other people prefer not to go out a lot during recovery). I did my procedure in the summer, for example, when I was on a long holiday.

 

  • The first week is the most physically uncomfortable after your procedure. It really didn't hurt at all for me -- no pain! But it was very uncomfortable for the first few days, especially when I tried to eat or talk (because of the internal nasal splints, whenever I opened my mouth I could feel the movement of my jaw shift the splints around inside my nose and start the bleeding again).

 

  • Ideally, please have someone there with you to make sure you get back home safe after the surgery (because you will be drugged up), and to take care of you for the first few days (at least) while you recover. Don't bear through it alone.

 

  • You will not have immediate results. Your nose changes drastically within the first few months, but only when you least expect it. Your nose changes for up to 2 years after your surgery. Don't be disappointed when you sit in front of the mirror searching for a new nose right after you take your cast off! You will have the nose you want with time.

 

  • (Also, this last bit is kind of minor, but if you have issues with picking things (which I did unfortunately), don't pick at your stitches or anything on your nose after the surgery. It can leave scars or mess up the results.)

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Posted 09 February 2019 - 03:38 AM

 

No problem! One thing to keep in mind before I answer all your questions: I went to a doctor in South Korea (because I am Korean-American, and having a Korean doctor who is used to working particularly with the face shapes of my ethnicity felt like a better choice for me to ensure good results), so the routine and surgery experience may differ from the doctor you get the operation from in your area.

 

 

Thank you so so much! Extremely helpful stuff. A lot of people are stingy about sharing plastic surgery info, which I don't understand. It's nothing to be ashamed of!


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Posted 09 February 2019 - 04:31 AM

Id like to do my nose cuz its tall,my ears ,the fat in my thighs and ass😑

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Posted 09 February 2019 - 07:16 AM

If I could get body mod surgery, definitely reduce the "turkey wattle" on my chin! Also, tummy tuck and reduce the "thunder-thighs"!!

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Posted 09 February 2019 - 07:17 AM

lipo on my upper arms because with my fat distribution i'm not sure any weightloss would make them thin enough, full body laser hair removal (procedure not surgery but w.e), and lip reduction surgery on my upper lip. i've never talked about the last one because it's weird especially because i don't have really full lips but i've always wanted my upper lip to be really thin.


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