Diese Bilder bestehen immer aus dem Original und den einzelnen Veränderungen durch die Künstlerin. Für mich war das extrem wichtig um zu entscheiden,
ob ich mein Gesicht durch eine OP verweiblichen lasse oder nicht. Was glaubt ihr habe ich entschieden?
Mit der Maus einfach über die Texte (Original, Haare/Augenwülste, Nase, Oberlippe) fahren, damit die Bilder sich ändern.
Man schickt drei Originale zur Künstlerin und sie sendet die veränderten Fotos nach ca. 4 Wochen und
eine Empfehlung für die OP zurück.
Und was habe ich getan? Keine lange OP, sondern nur die Haare von hinten nach vorne verpflanzt. Also nur die
Haarlinie und den Adamsapfel ein wenig abschleifen lassen. Letzteres deshalb, weil er zwar auf den Fotos
nicht sichtbar war, aber in Wirklichkeit schon recht herausgekommen ist.
Ohne diese tollen Fotos, hätte ich das nicht so leicht entscheiden können. Wobei so leicht war das auch
Ich war sicher keine FFS zu brauchen, habe aber trozdem Dr. Suporn gefragt, ob er was tun würde. Seine Worte
Ich kann da nichts verbessern, nur schlimmer machen. Ich soll in 10 Jahrne zum Face Lift
wieder kommen. Er freut sich, mich dann jünger aussehen zu lassen.
Hier noch die Empfehlung der Künstlerin (leider nur in
Please remember that these virtuals are not and could not be 100% accurate
but I hope they will give you a good idea of the possibilities and take you
a long way towards planning how best to proceed.
The eye takes a little while to tune-in to facial changes so you may be
disappointed at first glance. It is best to spend a few days getting used to
the pictures before you make any decisions. This is particularly true for you
because some of the changes look quite subtle.
I am sending you 3 sets of pictures. The first set (a) shows hairline
correction and forehead recontouring. The second set (b) includes rhinoplasty
and the final set (c) includes a lip lift.
The height of your hairline in the middle is fine but you do have some recession
in the corners giving your hairline the masculine "M" shape. I have filled in the
corners to give your hairline a more rounded and feminine shape and this can be
achieved with a scalp advance or hair transplants. If you have forehead work then
it probably makes sense to have a scalp advance as both procedures can use the
same incision. You can always have some transplants later to finish the job and
hide any scarring if necessary. If you don't have any forehead work then I would
recommend the transplant route as they are less invasive.
You have moderate bossing over the frontal sinus and a little less over the orbital
rims. I have set back the frontal bossing and shaved down the orbital rims to bring
your forehead into normal female ranges.
Your eyebrows are very nicely shaped and sit in a naturally high feminine position.
I do not think you need a brow lift.
I don't see any notable problems with your eyes or the soft tissues around them.
Your nose is narrow and fairly symmetrical but from the side it has a humped bridge
and a tip that points downwards. I have lowered the bridge to remove the hump and
I've given it a fairly straight profile. I have also shortened the tip and given it
a gentle turn-up by angling the base upwards. I think it is important that you don't
feel that there is something "wrong" with your nose or that the hump is a fault. In
fact the hump is a natural nose shape for women from certain ethnic groups and if
you feel attached to your nose, perhaps because it is a family trait, than by all
mean leave it as it is. Your face is feminine enough that you have the option to keep
your it the same. The rhinoplasty does feminise but it is not really a case of taking
a masculine nose and making it feminine, it is a case of taking a fairly normal,
female nose and taking further into female norms.
You have full and rounded feminine cheeks. I do not recommend any changes.
Your lips have a nice soft feminine shape though technically the distance between your
top lip and the base of your nose is a very slightly longer than perfect. You could
correct this if you wanted to and I am sending you and extra set of pictures showing the
correction. I personally don't feel that it is worth doing because it seems to me the
little you gain in femininity, you could easily lose because of the scar it leaves
under your nose. I feel it looks "different" rather than "better". The correction is
more about raising the top edge of the lip more than pulling the whole lip up - this
shortens the distance between the lip and the nose but doesn't move the opening of the
mouth up much.
Your chin is small with a fairly rounded shape and is well within normal female ranges.
I don't recommend any adjustments. In one shot you sent me where you are smiling, there
is a slight squareness to your chin but chin surgery has a lot of complications
associated with it like numbness in the chin and bottom lip and reduced mobility in the
bottom lip. These effects can last for months and can sometimes be permanent to some
degree so I am not convinced it is worth shaving off these corners for a relatively
small gain - especially in the context of such a feminine face.
Your jaw is narrow and fairly delicate and well within normal female ranges. I do not
recommend any changes.
I don't see an adam's apple problem in these pictures.
It can often be more difficult to decide what to do for people like you who already have
a very feminine face because you are often looking at the full trauma and risks of
surgery with only relatively small gains to be made. I feel that the hairline correction
and forehead recontouring are the most important feminisations. The nose helps too but is
more optional and can be left to your personal taste. The lip lift is very optional and
you need to balance the risks against the gains.
Try to see the pictures as plans rather than predictions. They are just a starting point
and neither you nor your surgeon has to agree with my suggestions. I think the hairline,
forehead and nose do feminise your face enough to be worth considering but I don't think
you need to see FFS as essential - it is an option for you to consider.