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Plastic Surgery Update: 12 Days Post-Op

No filters.
No photoshop.
No special effects.
Nada.
Just a little bit of plastic surgery!
Take a look at my 12 Day Post-Op status update!
LUV TO HEAR YOUR THOUGHTS, COMMENTS, QUESTIONS...ETC.

My procedures:

* Rhinoplasty -- This was to fix my hump, straighten it and adjust the tip.
* Chin implant -- This was to give frontal protrusion so it aligned with my face.
* Restylane fillers --Lower Eye/Cheek area, to give it fullness and youthful appearance.
* Radiesse fillers --Back Jaw area, to give it fullness and more structure.
Today, Dr. Lamperti took out my stitches, took out my stints, and took pictures. This guy knows his stuff. I can honestly say that I have NO REGRETS about going under the knife. I am happy with the results.
I will be going back in four weeks for more photos and follow-up. My hope is that the numbness and internal soreness goes away in the next few months. It's supposed to be normalized within 12 months. Nose jobs are one of those cosmetic surgeries that have delayed gratification. Nothing instant about it. LOL

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oh, @ButterflyBlu, I didn't realize that he had 2 splints up my nose. as soon as he removed them, I was in heaven. I could suddenly breathe,smell, the passage ways were clear. felt amazing. lolol it's still very sore and numb. he said that it could be months, up to a year to normalize. I am doing nasal flush 2x day starting today. thanks for your input. greatly appreciated. @humairaa trust me, no one is loving this chin more than me. I feel like a new person almost. it's weird. lolol
wow that's great! I can't believe the changes already! 😲 I think you look awesome!
You're very welcome!!!! I'm glad you're happy :)
I understand @EasternShell I, on the other hand, make a great patient! LOL Thanks @jordanhamilton I have gotten a lot of positive feedback. I fully expected a variety of opinions.
I still think you look great and I'm glad you like the results. From what you described, I wouldn't do it unless it could save my life. I'm a bad patient as in I don't like to be still or take it easy. So glad your mending wonderfully!
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"The double-eyelid surgery was reportedly introduced to South Korea during the Korean War, which lasted from 1950 to 1953" and for this critics suggest that this surgery is a is a symbol of white America's history of cultural dominance over South Korea" (2015, Baer). This was a hard pill for me to swallow. No one wants to think that at all. It all started with this surgeon "American plastic surgery pioneer Dr. Ralph Millard, who was stationed in Seoul from 1950 to 1953 to do reconstructive surgery for the war wounded" (2015, Baer). Source says that he concentrated or basically spoke ill of the Asian monolid feature. Even in his reports he said some really racist comments and you can read them by clicking on the source link provided on the first block of this post. Women who married American soldiers and women who were prostitutes who wanted to appeal to American GI's and fit into American society demanded this surgery (2015, Baer). 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The big eyes, small faces, and perky noses that are hallmarks of beauty in Korea aren't natural to most Koreans" (2015, Baer). When looking into the manner each side in.my opinion is valid. However, it seems like the surgeons support the more modern less racial argument and the cultural experts lean more so towards the racial or "Western wash" idea. My Thoughts... I feel like people will have different reasons to get any kind of surgery or alteration. Some may get it to look more Western and they may have issues with self hate. However, some may get it because they simply like the look and think it is trendy. Just like having straight hair in America. Some people people of color may straighten their hair to look more "White" due to self hate and others may do it because they like the look or style. At the end of the day who are we to judge? If no one is forcing this idea on you and you may be against it there is nothing to really get upset about. I hope people will love themselves and if they get these procedures it is because they like it as a trend not self hate. 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Ladies I have to ask? What!
I was reading the NBC news online when this article popped up about various plastic surgery procedures and I just had to read it! One new fad was quite disturbing to me. Some people look fine with a little nip or tuck here or there granted! I am not against or for any procedures what I am for is that a person feels good about themselves. Sometimes feeling good about oneself may require a little help on the outside to meet today's so called standardized looks if that is what makes someone happy and feel good about themselves. I will say these Stars are making a fortune off their well let's just say "freak" bodies that a normal person will never have nor did they without a lot of expensive surgery. The Stars created these looks for a reason. Their own market niche and most likely their own lack of self esteem and needing attention. I just think we as women may want to remember that these are our only bodies. We can take better care of ourselves through a healthier lifestyle of healthy eating, exercise and loving ourselves. If that still isn't good enough to help us feel better about ourselves well then there is the old fashioned way! Try the latest hairstyles or wigs, new clothes, new or permanent makeup, and hey there are a lot of Spanx stuff out there that will give you a big butt smaller waist, stomach, thighs and bras that we all know will do a lot of false advertising and add several cup sizes! Wow! Look at all the options out there that are not invasive and don't put someone's life at risk! Again, it is just a option. The one thing in this entire article that really threw me and I found disturbing was that women once having had Brazilian waxes suddenly noticed their lady parts. Worse they felt insecure about them and had plastic surgery to remove some of them to an extent. Yet it made things uncomfortable to put it politely. Maybe I am old at 52 or maybe I am ahead of the curve I am not sure. I have never had a Brazilian wax. Personally, I have been shaving my underarms, all my leg from ankle to all the lady part areas since I was 10 years old. I can't be the only one who has any idea what the lady parts look like! Everyone has to tinkle right? Can no one at least feel them or see the slightest? I mean come on! Is this the most ridiculous thing ever? Has the women become so square? Prudeish? Uptight? Is it about our bodies, our lady parts only, sex? I just have to ask how is it possible? Why not just leave the lady parts alone why have them surgically altered? In my mind that is beyond crazy! Isn't that called self mutilation or worse? Read the article see what you think and check out their videos about the butt injections gone bad. I mean ouch! Whatever anyone decides to do please have it done by a legitimate professional with all the best credentials and in their medical offiice. Don't go off the grid tempting as it is! Please, we don't want to lose you or have anything happen to you at all. We your sisters out here love you and accept you for you no matter what. Reach out we are here for you. http://nbcnews.to/1ape9jL