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3 Plastic Surgeries That You Should Think Twice

Today, I will talk about three plastic surgeries that you should think twice about, even if you've already had them. This information is important for you to know.

1. Eyebag Removal

The first surgery involves removing fat from the area around the eyes. This may give good results initially, but in the long term, it can cause hollowing on the upper eyelid, as the fat is essential for a youthful appearance. The removal of this fat may be a temporary solution, but it can lead to regret later on. It is essential to consider natural solutions like face yoga, and other options like Botox or fillers, which may not be suitable for everyone. While some people's faces may not change significantly, my face shows changes quickly when I gain or lose weight due to the distribution of fat in my face.

2. Jaw Surgery

Paula presents with a jaw misalignment and her orthodontist has recommended jaw surgery as a solution. However, it is crucial to address the root cause of the problem, such as bad habits or tongue posture, as surgery alone may not provide a permanent solution. In fact, surgery may lead to further complications if the underlying cause is not addressed. Additionally, even if surgery has been performed, maintaining good tongue and body posture is essential to ensure the long-term effectiveness of the treatment.

3. Wisdom Tooth Removal

When considering orthodontic treatments that involve the facial bones, such as wisdom teeth extraction, it's important to seek multiple opinions rather than relying solely on one dentist's recommendation. Dental procedures can have lasting effects on appearance, so thorough research and consideration of potential outcomes is necessary. Many dentists prioritize fixing teeth without considering the broader impact on facial structures. Even after surgery, maintaining good tongue posture and body posture is crucial for preserving results. Plastic surgery should only be considered as a last resort for orthodontic treatment or eye surgery.


In conclusion, while there are surgical options available for addressing aesthetic concerns such as eye bags and jaw misalignments, it is important to carefully consider the potential long-term effects before proceeding with any procedure. Natural solutions like face yoga, Botox, and fillers may be worth exploring as alternative options. When it comes to orthodontic treatments involving facial bones, seeking multiple opinions is essential, and maintaining good posture is crucial for preserving results. Plastic surgery should only be considered as a last resort. Ultimately, the decision to undergo any cosmetic or orthodontic procedure should be made after thorough research and consideration of potential outcomes.
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