Considering my facial structure, I was in fact, okay with my frontal view rather than my side view.
My cheekbones and jaw were prominent to the point that my face looked wide.
I had no chin, and my facial lines made me look quite demeaning…
My before and after the surgery photograph.
When I chose to take this surgery I didn’t feel any sort of nervousness.
However, after the CT-scan, I was stressed thinking about the surgery.
In addition, I decided to take hair transplant surgery 1 month after I have done facial contouring.
This photograph was taken one week after surgery. As you can see in the image that
my face looks extremely swollen. My face is covered with bandages to cover the facial lines which I so wanted to remove.
It took me some time to open my mouth for I did not want any complications to arise.
Though the facial lines are slightly visible, I had my bandages removed several days after surgery. I still have the swollen face two weeks after surgery, but I was told it was normal. I was happy because I was recovering very quickly and comfortably!
Precisely one month later, the swelling and the facial lines were altogether gone! I got what I wanted to achieve, that is a smaller face. Spot the difference? I bet you can!
Ultimately, after three complete months of surgery, I am overwhelmed with my results & I have no trouble integrating into my day-to-day life. Fortunately, It was a smooth journey from the beginning till the end!!
This is, of course, me with my full frontal view!