What procedures would you recommend to make me look more feminine? (photos)
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1. Forehead contouring, scalp advancement and browlift
3. Mandible contouring
4. Cheek implants
Procedures to make you look more feminine
When I look at your pictures, I think what stands out to me is your nose and chin. I think a rhinoplasty and chin reduction could really help feminize your face. I have a new theory on beauty that could help you when you see other plastic surgeons and discuss what would be good to do. Jaw line reduction could help as well.
You do have a prominent and masculine nose, but there are plenty of cis women out there with big noses. You will not find many women, though, with a prominent brow bone or a masculine jaw. From these pictures I would think brow bone or forehead reduction, reduction of your chin as well as the rest of your jaw bone, and rhinoplasty would make a big difference for you. It looks like you really highlight the upper lip line with makeup, and that could be enhanced with a lip lift. Cheek implants would also help to complete the transformation, but are not as important as the first three. Good luck on your journey. There is no substitute for a face to face consult, but our office would be happy to help with any additional questions your might have.
Bryan Rolfes, MD
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