15.3.13

My Underbite Experience. (Post-Surgery) Days 1-10

 Hi everyone! I can't believe it is finally time to start my post-surgery journey. I wrote an enormous blog post last week (read here) discussing my underbite and the corrective surgery I was undergoing to correct it and other jaw problems. I apologise in advance if my writing isn't up to scratch, and if there is the odd typo - I'm still recovering and find myself quite drowsy at times. I was admitted into St. James' Hospital last Tuesday morning. I was brought straight into the day surgery unit, where I put on my disposable surgery gown and socks, had blood taken and was whisked away. It all happened very fast, thank god. Like I said in the previous post, the surgery could have been cancelled at any time if an emergency occurred that day. Thankfully, I went in within an hour of arrival at the hospital. I barely slept the night before, and didn't cry much - to my surprise. The nerves kicked in that morning and I was in a slight state of shock because what I had been dreaming about my whole teenage life, was finally happening. I was put into a wheelchair and then an operating bed. My Nana held my hand all the way into the surgery preparation room. I cried like a baby, all of my emotions hit me at once! I had 2 I.V drips inserted into my hand, and numbing spray was sprayed into my nose. Unfortunately, I had to be kept awake when the surgeons first entered a tube with a camera on the end of it through one of my nostrils. I was half asleep at the time, but I definitely remember passing out mere seconds after it - it was scary! A nurse was in the room when I was being put asleep, and I remember holding her hands all through it. You go back to baby-mode during experiences like these, trust me.
The next thing I remember, I was waking up in the recovery room. I kept waking up and falling back into blackness, but officially woke up at around 3pm. I was surrounded by young nurses admiring my tattoos, and they informed me that the surgery had been a success. I had a bandage wrapped all around my face, my nose was bleeding like the Niagra Falls but I wasn't in any pain. I had a tube with a bag attached to my bladder through my lady bits, to save me from getting up to go and pee during the first day. I personally felt uncomfortable with the attachment, and wanted it out asap. It was inserted when I was asleep, and didn't cause any pain - just the idea of it made me feel sick to my stomach. It was taken out early the next morning, to my luck. The first day is blurry to be honest, my family visited and I was still pretty out of it from the anesthetic. I remember coughing up blood a few times, due to swallowing the blood coming from my nose. It stopped bleeding after a whopping 6 hours, but it was still extremely hard to breathe. My surgeon (Dr. Kearns) came to see me and informed me of the surgery's success, however a nerve was damaged on the left-hand side of my face. It was repaired straight away, so fingers crossed it won't be damaged permanently! I had fasted from 10pm the previous night, and was still not allowed anything to drink for another 12 hours - even water. I went for a total of 30 hours without water; I didn't get some until Wednesday morning. It's probably one of the worst experiences of my life, being thirsty for that long. I was given water-soaked sponges to wipe on my lips, but wasn't allowed to drink it. I didn't sleep at all that night, and was given morphine at least 3 times on Day 1. I was in a state of shock that the surgery had actually happened, I was a ball of emotions.. and dying of thirst.
Day 2 is a much clearer day in my head; my bandages were removed and I was more calm and collected. I was dribbling like a baby and had to carry a paper bowl with me everywhere and have a towel placed under my chin. My right cheek, lower right eye, nose, bottom lip, tip of my tongue, jaw line and chin were completely numb (and still are). My swelling was nothing compared to what we had thought it would be like initially, taking Arnica in advance definitely helped. My nose was still blocked, but it was clearing with the aid of nose drops. I was unable to wash my face, so the blood and surgery gunk was still all over me - I looked like a right state! I went for x-rays, to make sure everything was ok and it was. My teeth were wired shut that evening, with tight elastics. I'm unable to open my jaws even an inch with them in, and still have them on until tomorrow (Friday 15th) where I'll have looser ones attached. I went on two walks, and drank for the first time since two days previous - I had a cup of milk, a milkshake, a cup of soup and 6 cups of water. I found it impossible to sip through a straw, so sipping from soft plastic cups was easier. I found myself not sleeping again at night, unfortunately. My lips and face dried out quite quickly also, so I applied dollops of Vaseline and lip balms on to the dehydrated areas.
Day 3 was quite a mess, as I felt quite claustrophobic with the elastics on - due to the blood in my nose drying up, it made breathing really difficult. I experienced my first 'was it worth it' thoughts that day, but they soon passed when I felt better. I asked for one of my I.V drips to be removed, as it was paining me. Out of everything, I hated receiving the anti-biotics and anti-nausea through the I.V's more than anything. The sensation of fluid going through my veins made me want to collapse - it still does thinking about it! One of the biggest differences I noticed, was not only my evidently changed "normal" bite but also my nose. I've always hated my nose, and have wanted to get it straightened and shortened in the future. I was over the moon to see that my nose looked like it had changed after the surgery; it was shorter. I asked my surgeon about this, and he said the nose does change slightly during the move on the top jaw in some cases. I was thrilled, I still am. It's shorter, and doesn't have the hook it used to. 
On Day 4, I felt dizzy waking up but it passed after an hour or two. I was sent home that morning; 4 days in hospital is little for some, but it felt like an eternity to me. The nurses were so nice, but it just wasn't a place for me at all. I craved my own bed! I was prescribed medications to take, a dietician gave me meal plans and food advice and I went home in a taxi with Nana at 11am. The first few days home were really difficult, I'm not going to lie. The first two nights were terrifying as I still couldn't sleep and was confused as to where I was at times. I slept with around 6-7 pillows behind me in bed to keep me upright, along with a V-Shape pillow. My Nana and I organised a list of my medication to take, and at what time etc. I was prescribed sachets of Panadol Max painkillers, and took them 4 times a day along with antiobiotics, Ibuprofen and many more bits and bobs. It was quite nerve-wracking to get into a routine and get back to myself. However, over the course of Days 5-7, I started to feel like myself again. The swelling was going down, I was finally able to wash myself in a shallow bath with a jug (showering after the surgery is not advised due to water pressure hurting the healing bones). Over the last few days, I've felt brilliant. My head and mind are completely back to normal, the swelling has gone down dramatically and I have a lot more energy. I'm only taking painkillers twice a day, which is great! (I'm still taking all of the other prescribed medication, of course). The numbness is still there, but I keep getting (annoying) pins and needles feelings all over the numb areas, especially my chin. I've also been able to start wearing my glasses again over the last few days; I couldn't wear them for the first few days as they felt as if they were blocking my breathing through my nose even more! My nose has completely unblocked now, and my breathing is fine. My lips have more movement in them, and talking aka mumbling is possible. Obviously I'm unable to open and close my jaws, so it's still tough but manageable. 
The most difficult part out of ALL of this, is eating. Eating liquidised food is a pain in the arse, straight out. I've never been too big a fan of soups, so I'm finding it SO tough adjusting to my new diet. We've liquidised everything from Weetabix, mashed spud and Quorn mince, carrot and parsnips, Ready-Brek - everything! We've resorted to jars of baby food however, as it's easier. Eating is messy; you'll dribble everywhere and find it hard to swallow things. You have to liquidise all of the food until it's practically like water. After you liquidise the food, you then have to put it through a sieve to make sure no bits are in it. To liquidise the food we use milk, cream or butter - not water. It's inevitable that'll I'll lose weight during this, so we're adding as much fatty goodness into the food. I'm also taking calcium and iron supplements, Manuka honey, health drinks and the likes. I've been told that I could start a soft diet in 4 weeks time, consisting of food such as mash spud and scrambled egg. To say I'm excited is an understatement, I'll never take food or eating for granted again after this. I have to rinse my mouth every hour with cool boiled water and salt. I'm unable to brush my teeth, so I also have to rinse my mouth 3 times a day with SensiKin mouthwash. I tried brushing with a baby toothbrush, but it does very little if I'm honest as I can barely get to any of my teeth because of the stitches and elastics.
I'm nearly into my second week of recovery, which is absolutely mind-boggling to think about. I just want to say a HUUUGE thank you to everyone for supporting me through this. The amount of emails, messages and comments I've received have been in their thousands. I'm still in a state of shock, I don't think it's all officially hit me yet! I'm so glad it's over and done with, it feels great to be nearing the end of this horrible road. I still can't visualise myself in my head with my new bite; I still have an underbite in my mind. Due to the numbness, I'm unaware of what's going on inside of my mouth. My bite doesn't feel different, and my lower jaw still feels "heavy". It feels odd discussing my underbite in the past-tense - it doesn't exist anymore, I have to keep reminding myself of that!
I had planned on posting weekly videos in conjunction with these posts, but I have decided to put all of the clips into one big video after the whole experience is over. I've unfortunately witnessed a great deal of immature negativity and disgusting jeers aimed at me and my appearance after this surgery. I'm not open to such nastiness anymore, so the videos will have to wait until the Summer. Let's face it, who is going to look like Kate Moss after major facial surgery?! I don't post these photos to impress people; they're there to help and inform. The majority of people have been kind, mature and empathetic, I appreciate it. 

I post daily photos and updates on my Facebook page here and on my Instagram; my username is LeanneWoodfull. 
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  1. So happy for you to finally have this done! You can see the difference already! Good luck with the rest of your recovery! Xx

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  2. Such a brave girl leanne your progressing so much
    wish you the best in the next few weeks
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  3. You are so beautiful, I hope your recovery is fast and as easy as possible, I cant imagine what it has been like for you. You have been so brave to share your story with everyone, knowing how harsh people on the internet can be. Your a real inspiration :)!

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  4. I hope you feel all better very soon, I can't believe people have made horrible comments about you after the surgery, you still look so so pretty and people are just cruel ♥

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  5. It's incredible how much the swelling has gone down already and how different your side profile looks even with the swelling that's still there. You look amazing, especially considering how short a time it has been since the surgery. Obviously it's the internet and people say stupid shit for no reason or just to get attention, but even still, I can't believe they found a reason to make petty comments - my aunt had double jaw surgery two years ago, and still looked as swollen as you were a few days ago, about a month after her surgery. You're doing incredible. I hope you continue to heal this fast and get back to solid food asap! I can only imagine how much you're missing it. x

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  6. wow i cant believe how long you have made this post especially while you are still so fresh from your operation!! im so glad you are feeling much much better! you are looking amaze! i want your eyelashes lol. I am just wondering how are you drinking through the straw with them elastics the look so thick, do you have to drink from the side of your mouth?

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  7. Get better soon! you looking gorg anyway :)

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  8. Glad to see that everything went well! Feel better soon!

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  10. You're so beautiful Leanne! It looks like you're recovering really well, I'm so happy for you! Thank you for sharing your experience with us <3

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  11. It's so lovely to hear that your surgery went well. You managed to write this with such a positive stance rather than complaining - that is something I don't know if I could manage to do! Goodluck with your recovery xx

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  12. I can't believe people were so immature and nasty towards you, I know it's hard, but just ignore it, they are obviously pathetic :( I think your post shows your strength, if I had been in your position I would have been so negative, but you've conveyed poisitivity and I think that's such an important thing to do! I hope your recover is quick and not too bad and you are getting lots of hugs and support from your loved ones :)


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  13. I´m so sorry people are so stupid, I follow you on instagram and have indeed seen how utterly ignorant and just plain dumb some people can be.
    I´m glad your surgery went well and also that you´re slowly feeling better, it can only get better from this and I hope for the day I can say I don´t have an underbite anymore either.
    Also, I seem to say this in each of your insta pics but I´m obsessed with how your nose turned out! And cheeckbones! I can just tell when the swelling goes all down you´re gonna look even more amazing!
    x

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  14. stay strong!

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  15. You are so inspiring this post left me clenching my mouth and in absolute envy and how brave you were. I am a wimp and would have run away at the idea of surgery. I am disgusted by the fact that people have made in-just comments jealously is all I can think of because you were beautiful before and now you will be even more confident within yourself so forget about them twats. Wishing you a speedy recovery and I look forward to the next up date :)

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  16. I'm glad it wasn't too traumatic, it must be amazing seeing as you've dreampt about it for ages! :)

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  17. Incredibly brave posting. Congratulations on the surgery.

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  18. You're a real trooper Leanne. Delighted for you and I love your new nose too, who knew the HSE threw in freebies lol. Keep strong you are an inspiration to loads xxx

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  19. Honestly, you're one of the most inspiring people I've ever had the pleasure of knowing about. You're so brave to have gone through all of this and you're so brave that you're posting about it. Personally, I haven't went through anything even slightly similar, but I'm sure you've helped tons of people who have/or who have to. I'm super glad it all went okay and that you're slowly but surely recovering, I can't even begin to imagine how horrible it's been. Good Luck with the rest of your journey, hope it all goes okay!

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  20. It really is amazing to watch your journey of recovery Leanne, your so brave and inspiring. Best wishes. xxxxx

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  21. I have to agree with you the tingling sensation when the anesthetic wears off is the worst sensation I remember that from my mouth surgery. I really admire you for being brave enough to post these photos you're very courageous. Also if you're struggling for things to eat try protein shakes I drank a lot of them after I had oral surgery and they help you feel less rubbish haha Wishing you a speedy recovery xxxx

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  22. Very inspirational! Best wishes <3

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  23. You are SO BRAVE! The Build Up also comes in flavourless which you can stir into other liquid things.. we secretly put it into all of my dad's food and he doesn't notice :)
    X

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  24. you're so brave leanne! i can't imagine going without proper food for so long but i'm sure the end result will be well worth it. anyone who is sending you negative comments is an absolute idiot and even with a swollen face you are 1000x a more beautiful person than they'll ever be. you look amazing & i hope the rest of your recovery goes well xx

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  25. I'm so glad your surgery went well and you are so brave. I'm sure the end results will make the pain and aftermath of not eating etc all worth it! On a lesser scale, I had 5 years of work on my teeth including braces, composite build up teeth, bridging etc so I know exactly how it feels to hate your smile but once you get it back it's the most amazing feeling ever. I hope the rest of your recovery goes well and you get to flash lots of beautiful smiles soon!

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  26. Really happy that you finally had the surgery!
    Wish you a quick recovery!
    Warm hugs!


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  27. So glad to hear you finally got the surgery and i think what youre doing with these posts is so good in educating people and preparing anyone who may be awaiting similar surgery. Dont listen to anyone who says otherwise! Best of luck with the rest of the recovery :) x

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  28. So glad to hear it all went well, the swelling has gone down well and so happy theres already a massive noticable change, yay!

    Sophierosehearts x

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  29. I'm so glad your surgery and healing has gone well :) I've always thought you were stunning, but after this, holy crap! You're gonna be drop dead gorgeous. I can't wait for more updates. :D

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  30. You're over the worst of it now, stay positive and mix up lots of delicious milkshakes with chocolate and double cream! It's only going to get better now and you can start a wonderful new stage of your life! :) Bella xx

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  31. I'm so glad things are going well for you post surgery! Thank you for documenting this and taking us with you on your journey. You still look so beautiful, even swollen. I hope the numbness goes away quickly for you. I have the same issue at the moment from getting my wisdom teeth removed. My doctor said it can take up to six months to be back to normal. I hope your luck is better than mine! xoxo

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  32. I wish you all the best for your recovery! It must have been a horrible time during the whole procedure/hospital time! But really wish you from my whole heart the best for the future and YOU LOOK GREAT!:)

    Bye,
    NIKA

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  33. I hope your recovery is going well, just remember that it will all be worth it! xxx
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  34. Thank you so much for sharing your story with us, Leanne! With all the awful people out there who actually have no decency and to say such horrible things about something someone has no control over, is incredibly brave of you. I've been an avid watcher of your YouTube videos and reader of your blog for quite some time now as I just adore your style and it's so fascinating and interesting learning about your underbite and sort of going along this journey with you. You're off to a speedy recovery, which is such great news! I love keeping up with all your updates. You should feel very proud of yourself and I hope you'll be able to live the happy and healthy life you've always dreamed of. :) xox

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  35. Im happy you got what you really wanted! You look fab x

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  36. I've really been waiting for this post, seems really heavy what you're going through! Looks like a sweet snub nose now, lucky you :) And the bite looks perfect too, at least you have perfect results after all that!
    Hope everything will heal fast :)

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    Get well soon!

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  37. So sorry to hear about those silly people who have nothing better to do than say horrible things!! You look awesome, and wish you all the best for the next few months. I really do admire how brave and strong you are :)

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  38. You can really see the difference already!
    Good luck with the rest of your recovery Leanne, can't wait til you get back to videos & see the complete results!

    lisatakespictures xo

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  39. You're a bloody hero girl!! Sending lots of love xxxx

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  40. I'm so happy for you! You can so see the difference and I'm amazed at how fast the swelling's gone down! I wish all the best for the rest of your recovery! xxx

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  41. i can't wait to see you when the swelling is down. you did a really good job explaining what this experience was like. i definitly feel for ya. i hope that the positive comments outweigh the negative and that somehow all the messages of support help lighten the load in a weird, metaphorical way. anyway, get well soon!

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  42. Oh wow that looks so painful just after surgery! You are so brave I'm so bad with blood/hospitals etc, wishing you all the best and a speedy recovery!
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  43. You've been so brave, well done x

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  44. I admire your braveness so much. I'm so incredibly happy for you. Take care X

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  45. Glad you're through the op okay.your nana sounds like a big help!

    Just a little note to say that if you have a bad day or a sore day then that's okay too. And you do whatever you need to get you through the next while. xoxo

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  46. This was a great read, you are very brave to share it all with us! I've never had a surgery, and I am terrified of ever having to have one, don't think i could go through with it!

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  47. I've just made my mum read this blog as I'll be having this surgery later on this year! She said it's a great help for me to read, you're doing so well!

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  48. I am so glad you are doing well. I have been wondering how you were doing, if the the op taken place, how you were coping, etc. You are an amazing brave young lady and i think it's absolutely fantastic that you are sharing your experience with others. It's a raw, real life experience that will help so many others in the future and not just for jaw surgery but for other surgeries too. Can't wait to see your progress over the next few months x

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  49. You are so brave in sharing your experience with us, I wish you all the best in your recovery - you look fantastic! You should be very proud of yourself, well done girl xxxx

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  50. so happy for you, looks great alrady, have been viewing your vlog videos today (Im new to vlogging lol) loved your pinup eyebrow one x

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  51. I can't believe the ordeal you've been through. Eating, drinking, speaking, brushing your teeth...all of these things we ALL take for granted.
    It'll all be so worth it in a few weeks and months once you're fully healed and you have what you've always wanted to have.
    Not on the same scale at all, but I had a tooth replaced recently that i've been self concious of for years - not smiling in photos, covering my mouth constantly. It cost me a lot of money and a few painful trips to the dentist where I really felt sorry for myself, but it's the best thing I ever did.
    I can only imagine how it must feel for you....but on a much, much larger scale.
    I wish you all the best and nothing but peace and happiness after all you've been through. You've always been a beautiful young woman, but now you'll hopefully be able to see that just as much as everyone else does.
    All the best, C.

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  52. Hope all goes well for you Leanne x

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  53. Thank you, so much. I'm planning this same surgery in october - this year. I'm a little afraid, but looking forward to my new/normal face! I'm having the same problems, the same feelings, which you had before the operation. You helped me with these articles and vlogs so much. Thanks! I wish you everything goes excellent!

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  54. Awe so puffy :3

    Even though there's swelling, you can tell it's going to look really good!
    Your facial profile looks so much better! Even though it wasn't bad before...

    Anyway, congratulations!

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  55. Hi there,

    Congratulations on your surgery. I hope everything works out for you.

    I too will be having this orthognathic surgery done, once in the final stages of braces. I can't wait!

    I will be having braces this coming may and I am ecstatic.

    I was wondering though, what were the costs associated with your surgery, let alone cost for braces. I do not remember seeing any posts on COST.

    Are you funded by your government? Are there donations funding from communities?

    Any insight would be greatly appreciated.

    Regards,

    Alejandro Eastman

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  57. Congrats :)
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  58. Thank you SO much for these posts Leanne - I am finding them so helpful as I'm having surgery in 10 days and I feel so much more prepared & less panicky now! You look amazing and you're such an inspiration & so strong,
    Louise xxxx

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  60. you make me so excited to get surgery. I'm 22 and in the UK, my old dentist said when i was 17 that i wasn't a class 3 underbite but i recently moved to a new one who straight away said i was! and said he will advise me about surgery if i want to. I told him that i do and about the past, that I've researched a lot into it and also i was putting it off while i was still in university but now it's done i see no reason not to! i love your new profile it looks beautiful! i hope my results turn out as good! I'm excited to look further into your blog to see more up to date photos post recovery! but ignore the idiots who say nasty things, they aren't aware what it feels like to go through your teenage years with an underbite, if they did they wouldn't be giving you grief! i hope you meet them out with your new smile looking awesome and walk past them, that would be so funny :D anyway hope you're well and enjoying your new look hun :) <3

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  61. ooh by the way also i just went back and watched your video (I've followed lots of other blogs like rosas jaw surgery etc but yours is new to me :D ) and you had the same situation with me in terms of your teeth meeting "edge to edge" they always called it, as a child never the top overlapping as they should and then it forming the underbite, weird huh? my dentist said ill also have to have an op to remove my wisdom teeth first before the braces that will pull my teeth out at an angle to essentially make the bite worse so that ill get better results afterwards. I was wondering what made the orthodontist choose to move both your top and lower jaw with you? did you have a weak upper jaw? i don't have a very pronounced space between my top lip and nose so i reckon thats what will be done with me too.. i also know exactly what you mean with the bullying too, I even had my sister calling me moonface and piranha! i feel like it makes you tough but its hard because i know its never far from your thoughts, i too can remember every incident where a boy told me if he could change something about me it'd be my jaw, or a supposed "friend" told me a had a big chin. it definitely affects your perception of yourself! the worse thing is when people do the whole "i can't even notice!" or "thats just your face" ...no, its not just my face, my lower jaw has just happened to grow at a faster rate than my top and its caused this. seeing photos of yourself as a child without it and seeing siblings who haven't been affected is so upsetting, I've always felt in my sisters shadow (we look really similar apart from the underbite). hopefully this will change. you give me so much hope :) did you get your surgery paid on the nhs as you're over 18? I'm unsure yet whether i will qualify... so scared ill have to sell a lung to get the op done haha
    best wishes xxx

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  62. Omg Congrats girl! You are so brave! I couldn't believe it when you talked about your nose. I feel the exact same way of my own features. Thanks so much for posting this! I've been wanting to have my own surgery done and this makes me think that it is worth it. You look beautiful before nad after surgery. Ignore the haters, they don't know what they are talking about. :)

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  63. Oh, that looks so painful. You are so brave! and also thanks for sharing you experience about noselift rhinoplasty. I wish you the best and stay pretty.

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