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No. 203731

Post your experiences and future plans – have you had plastic surgery? Would you like to get anything done? Tell us about it.

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No. 203745

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I want to shave my nose bump off, it would cost $7,000 where I live and I don’t wanna travel to Mexico or Turkey for anything cheaper. It may take me about 2 years to save up

No. 203873

Try a liquid nose job! It’s filler added to ur nose and cost usually around 500. You’ll have to get it touched up after like a year, but it’s a good thing for in between.

No. 203875

I got my lips done for the first time in 2019. Then just got my boobs done in may. Plastic surgery is a bit addicting. I’m planning to get my nose done or a eyebrow lift for the end of this year.

No. 203882

Not that anon but how does adding filler to your nose help when the issue is a bump? I'm guessing the idea is that it smooths out by filling in around either side of the bump but then doesn't that raise the height of your nose? That kind of defeats the purpose, a bump sucks but so does having a bigger nose to get rid of it.

No. 203884

My nana was an old school glamour queen and she gave me some advice which I’ll pass on to you nonitas: never get permanent work done to meet a temporary beauty trend. If you’re getting work done to meet a trend sure it’s reversible/short-lasting, and if you’re getting longterm work done (ie rhinoplasty), make sure your goal is complementing the rest of your fave instead of getting nit completely reshaped. Godspeed anons.

No. 203893

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I thought the same at first! But filler is usually 1ml, around a teaspoon (so not much bigger). Filling in the bump usually leads to a smaller looking nose, in a optical illusion kind of way. The bump tends to make your nose look bigger. Hope I explained this well

No. 204012

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so… I don't think this is actually plastic surgery but I don't know where else to put it. I have at least 10 of these stupid cysts on my head. I don't know what kind they are specifically but I just googled pilar cyst and it looks like this. I don't have insurance aside from medicaid and I don't know if I will ever be able to get them removed. you can't see them under my hair but oh my god I hate them so much. spoilered even though it's not that bad, I just don't want to gross anyone out. has anyone else dealt with these?

No. 204013

My mom had those. Removing them is not some complicated procedure, it doesn't take long. You should ask a dermatologist about it.

No. 204084

I know they're pretty easy to remove, I just don't know how much it will cost

No. 205044

I really badly want a nosejob to fix my nose from being lightly crooked and remove a bump. I want it to look like my own nose, just fixed. But of course literally everyone in my family is against it because "you won't look like yourself, it's a dumb risk, etc" so I'm seriously considering doing it behind their backs (I have the money) but I live with my parents so i don't know how I would be able to hide it…

No. 205352

I've had a fleur de lis abdominoplasty, thigh lift and breast lift is anyone has any questions they want answered. I have some sick gorey pics if anyone wants those.

I got it done after massive weight loss to reduce loose skin. I still deal with body image issues but at least i can look cute as fuck in clothing i like.

No. 205369

tbh it's not worth it anon, listen to your family. You just want a minor change, but are going to have to shell out major bucks for it and nose jobs are notoriously unreliable no matter how careful you try to be when shopping around. Best case scenario is it works but now you're down thousands, are stuck healing, and nobody can even tell unless they've been staring at you for 20 years. Worst case is you're down thousands, your nose is fucked, everyone can tell you had something weird done, and now you'll have to shell out more for a correction that may or may not work. But it's your face and your time and your money, so whatever
i love surgery pics lol

No. 205373

Not really a surgery question, but how much did you lose that you ended up with significant excess skin?

No. 205423

never heard of a thigh lift before, what is that? also, how long did it take to recover from the surgeries?

No. 205525

Money is literally no issue, I've got several times the amount of money I would need. It would be a small surgery of a difference but it would be a massive change for the better for my face and confidence. I don't even care if no one else would be able to tell because I would literally be doing it for myself. But I'm sure they would be able to tell because my nose IS crooked, even if it's lightly so it is visible and people would be able to tell that it's instead straight. Like even if it's subconscious (which I would prefer) I'm sure they'd think a straight nose looks better simply because… it does.
My family is the kind of people who will say everyone looks better in their natural face, but then praise all the celebs who have had work done as examples of what "natural" is. Still, I fear their judgment so much.

No. 205646

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heres one from a 1 week check up! warning, involves post surgery shit like bruising, swelling, incisions etc. The line looks janky but my legs were in an awkward position

Loose skin is a weird subject because it depends on more than just weight loss. it comes down to genetics, skin elasticity and other shit. I lost a lot of weight so I was gonna have loose skin no matter what, but I lost 70kg in total.

I cant remember the technical name for it, but they basically slice you from your knee to your vag. cut off the excess and stitch you closed. The thigh lift was 110% the worst part of it all, I never would have gotten it with my other surgeries if I knew how much of a pain in the ass it was to deal with. I actually ended up getting an infection in it (not from the surgery itself) but that is part of the risk you take and I was fine.

It takes about 6 weeks till you're ""normal"" and can take compression gear off, but you can walk around and take yourself to the toilet without needing help at about 3 weeks.

No. 205647

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Anyone had tooth contouring done? I have serrated front teeth and small 2nd teeth which makes my front look even bigger. I’m not losing sleep over it but I just got my first professional job and want to put some money aside and get them shaped. Does it hurt at all? What kind of money would I have to spend for it to be done well? Sage for not actually ps.

No. 205657

Hope your healing goes well and congratulations nonners

No. 205661

Kinda looks like an autopsy pic, I jumped from my seat

No. 205703

I had some mild tooth contouring done on my front teeth when I was a teen because I had slight mamelons. I unfortunately don't know how much it cost, but I can confirm that it doesn't hurt. It's not too different from getting your tooth drilled for a filling from what I recall.

No. 205728

looks great yet painful nonny, hope you heal well!

No. 206014


The reasons you listed are pretty much the same reasons I had for getting a nose job - to fix the noticeable crookedness and remove the bump on my nose. The surgery was the first week of August and it's been about three weeks since the bruising faded completely. I feel so much happier with my appearance and just…relieved is kind of a weird word to choose, but it most closely matches how I feel. Growing up, my family always made cracks about my nose and how it didn't look like anyone else's. Now that it's been straightened and most of the bump removed, my nose looks like my mom's - just an average, normal nose.

For you, it might be best to just hold onto the money for now and wait until you're out of your parent's house to get it done. The first month or so after surgery, your face will be bruised, swollen, and you'll look like shit (or at least feel like you do.) The last thing you need while trying to recover are people constantly giving you grief about having it done, commenting on your recovery appearance, or just generally stressing you out.

Use this time to research the surgeons in your area and lookup recommendations on how to prepare for the surgery and recovery process. Most reputable surgeons will have been in practice for years already and will likely still be around when you're ready to have it done.

No. 206109

Anyone ever used finddockorea for plastic surgery? What was it like?

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