Ask me anything.. I went from a 3-4/10 to a 7/10 with two procedures. I had a large overbite and it was receeding my chin. My jaw line was weak because of it. I had braces for a year then they did the surgery through insurance. Had a huge nose and had a rhinoplasty during the same time.
It was a dramatic change and it was amazing on how different people treat me today versus before. Endless female attention lol. I had the money the body and personality before.. was just pretty ugly lol.
It's been two years since the operation and I have to say I am a much happier person and it has given me nothing but confidence. My life has changed for the better.
Most Helpful Girl
I don't hate on plastic surgery at all, if it makes the person happier and more confident in themselves, then why the fuck not?
It is sad we live in a society that highly values attractiveness. But not much can be done about that but try to make oneself look more attractive, hence why makeup makes girls feel more confident in themselves.
I feel like plastic surgery is no problem at all, as long as people don't over do it and end up looking very very strange... It's exactly the same with make up, too much of it done wrong/in and unflattering way and you end up looking strange...1
Most Helpful Guy
It's not something that really requires my acceptance. But no, I don't advocate plastic surgery aside from really horrible circumstances like skin graphs for burn victims or lipo for someone that is over 500 pounds and needs help.0