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Aesthetics / Re: Lets discuss: eye area
« Last post by ditterbo on November 19, 2017, 05:30:32 PM »
Yeah um AFAIK no such thing as widening the space between your eyes.  That'll be repeated a few times in more lengthy ways below I'm sure.  What drew me here was my own interest in this general topic because I feel like my eyes went sickly/glassy looking since a rhinoplasty, but I can't really pinpoint the cause of it. A lot of your looks 'potential' imo is determined by your eyes, regardless of everything else.
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Aesthetics / Lets discuss: eye area
« Last post by ForeverAloneDude on November 19, 2017, 05:16:04 PM »
it appears to be that eye area is some of the most important parts of the face but hardest to change.

And its quite often that bad eye area is caused by bad everything else.

https://imgur.com/a/n5XLO#sJIOt66

I've noticed that photo. I'm curious. What caused the changes there. It appears that the entire top third of her face along with middle third has been widened. I wonder how that area was widened.

Perhaps only the midface was widened. Is that a zygomatic sandwich osteotomy?

I wonder if a modified lefort iii in tandem with a ZSO can give very good midface and cheekbones.

In addition, it seems like her jaw is wider, which isn't something to see hard results with.

But back to the main topic, how did her eyes get wider? Eye width seems to be essential to looking good. I've seem some people who were really good looking otherwise but had not-so-great eye distance having major points deducted to their overall appearance.
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Yes. I'm looking at the aesthetics section of the board too.

After all, I haven't seen anywhere else except for this board when it comes to big surgeries like modified lefort iii. There seems to be only one user online who has it done for aesthetics.

I'm also looking at jaw surgery, but for aesthetics. Even though the goals aren't the same as some other users, the understanding and research will also be the same.
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Emotional Support / Re: Anybody else sometimes wonder, what’s the point of all this?
« Last post by kavan on November 19, 2017, 04:32:57 PM »
The prime focus here really isn't so much 'plastic surgery'. Rather jaw surgery in realm of maxillo-facial 'bone cutting' to balance out the jaws. You might 'need' max fax first before plastic surgeries or to set the ground work for them. But there is no way to tell without visual information. Also, no 'guarantees' for surgery as all surgery is with some risk. But if you can narrow down which things need to be done first, at least a multi surgery journey will be progressive.

Clearly, you seem interested in better aesthetics. So, check out the aesthetic section of board too.
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Hello everyone. I've been lurking this board for the last couple months. it seems to be the ONLY place on the internet that has true, meaningful discussion on plastic surgery unlike other boards which I shall not name.

Anyways, back to my subject...

All this research. All this hard work to slog and make money. And there is little guarantee that it will work. And the cycle where I’m not doing what I should be when it comes to making money etc and just obsessing desperately of if there is even hope for my below average skull and face.

And the concern that even if major changes are even possible for me, I'll hit a major road block where surgeons don't want to do risky procedures on me.

And then my height could cock block me etc (I'm 5'4"). I'm lets say hypothetically I'm ok looking. 5-6/10 on the rating scale post plastic surgeries and my height isn't an issue, then when I'm all done with this stuff I'll be 30 freaking years old with no experience on how to talk to women romantically, and downhill yet again. (I'm 21 right now)

What is even the point?

There are guys and girls who are 13 years old who get these romantic experiences with ease. Dating just works for them.

This sucks. Why couldn’t everyone be born at the same attractiveness where interpersonal connections would matter in dating.

One thing I know for a fact is that I for one will NEVER have kids. I just don't want to put them through the pain and suffering that I have been through myself. Years of  tormenting, bullying, and isolation.

They all tell us from a young age. "boy, its going to get better."

No its not going to get better. And no, the good looking guys and girls will not have it worse when they get older. Its a lie.

I'm 21 now. My goal currently is to do everything I can non surgically looks wise and then put every effort when I'm not at the gym or applying acne creams (haha) to make as much money as I can for the next 3-4 years.

Man, even if I was tall but unattractive at least I could have a shot at other things such as football, basketball, etc in school. At least I'd be taken more seriously at work, etc. But here I am. Absolute bottom of the barrel genetics wise.

Honestly if nothing changes by the time I'm 30 or at max 35, I don't know if I can take life anymore. But at least I know at that point that I tried my best with the hand I was dealt with to go with some of the most extreme measures and do the best I can.

Sorry for my rant. I’ve been feeling incredibly down for the last 6 months. I hope I don't get banned for this, especially being that this part of the forum is for emotional support.
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Functional Surgery Questions / Re: Bone graft recovery
« Last post by Freeways on November 19, 2017, 03:55:00 PM »
Hey guys, I'm now 6 months post-op. My initial hip pain/discomfort went away after 4 weeks, but I'm now having problems again. For the past 6-7 weeks I've been hiking a lot (maybe too soon - my body is still recovering?), which caused the hip pain to return in the past week. If I were to describe the pain/discomfort, it's as if I had a small knock playing sports: You get a bruise and can walk, but with some discomfort.

I've been careful the past week, walked very little (only for mandatory things), and today I don't feel anything again, thankfully. However, I'm a bit concerned about this problem. Has anyone here had similar issues related to the iliac crest graft surgery? Is it likely that I could have a permanent problem and need to be very careful with hiking/sports/etc?

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Functional Surgery Questions / Re: Underbite - Is this the best treatment?
« Last post by JawKid7 on November 19, 2017, 02:27:38 PM »
just know it's going to widen your nose so make sure you speak to your surgeon about it
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Aesthetics / Anyone in contact with dr tito marianetti
« Last post by boyo on November 19, 2017, 02:04:22 PM »
and could help me reach him on email? I've been trying for quite some time now, both in english and Italian but no respons. Will pay.
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Aesthetics / Re: Chin wing + zygomatic osteotomy with DR Z. in October
« Last post by kavan on November 19, 2017, 01:24:21 PM »
I thought a lot about the surgery. And I did a lot of simulations. I think that I really would be much better with a wider jaw angle. The problem of the asymmetry is that I think that one side have to be increased less than the other because is already larger than the other ....

Think about surgeries IN TERMS of resolving to a DEFINITE decision 'for' or 'against' having them and not in terms of booking them to prolong INDECISION with option to crap out at last minute.
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Aesthetics / Re: Chin wing + zygomatic osteotomy with DR Z. in October
« Last post by lamb on November 19, 2017, 11:59:40 AM »
is the hip graft for the chin wing or ZO?  is he using any material for the ZO?
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