Hi Jase, thanks for your reply. It's really comforting to know someone had similar experience as what I'm going through now and that he looks really good now. How I wish I can just skip the whole healing process and reach the final resultsimjase wrote:Hey Kalyn,
I think even 3 months on I'm still a bit nervous in seeing people in case they say something but just normal friends dont even seem to notice. The first 1-2 months I didnt really want to see anyone and it was hard for me to face anyone I didnt trust.
botox on the jaw was my first time yes.
Yeah you going to get most of the swelling in the fat-lipo in your lower cheeks it should graudally go down slowly in terms of swelling. I wore the headband on the loosest setting but it still felt painful and I would only be able to sleep for 3-4 hours before I had to take it off for awhile. You could do what I did which was when I'm watching tv or doing nothing I would put my hands on my face to push my face into the v-shape. Also having warm towel on the face is good but not too hot.
Yeah your bridge will keep going down my bridge looked alien also looking back at the photos in the first couple of weeks.
Hope you heal quickly and just make sure you do some walking each day, get fresh air etc... since it helps with the healing.
Yes yes, I could only sleep for at most 3 hours and I have to take it off cause it hurts my jaw. Even when I 'm wearing it while awake, I can only put it on for 2 hours, it's just too uncomfortable.
I hope the bridge of my nose will go down. I understand how it feels to be very self-conscious in public, cus I was like this too when I'd to fly back to Sg from Taipei. But judging from your photos, you look naturally good. I heard it takes up to a year to see the final results of the nose do your nose might get even nicer. By the way, can I ask if the bridge of your nose(the one in between the eyes) go down alot within the 3 months? Thanks so much