I guess it also depends slightly on genetics, but chances are if you have a baby face it's because of this.
They need to do some science studies in this, I mean in theory it all sounds great but I'd like to see some studies other than random blogs
That being said, my anecdotes pretty much say that mouthbreathers truly look like shit
Ask yourself these questions:
>1. Am I willing to spend thousands of dollars to do this?
>2. Am I willing to either lie to people my whole life or tell everyone that I had surgery with potential back lack from people you currently care about and people you might meet in the future
If you're okay with both, just fucking do it. BUT, take yourself out of the zone of "I'm gonna do this" and just look at yourself and determine if you absolutely, realistically need this.
ALSO, learn your limits. A little bit of surgery could make just about anyone at least somewhat better. Too much surgery and you end up looking dreadful.
Realize what would be a realistic amount of plastic surgery to get and realize that if you go over that amount you might just be fucking yourself over.
>Too much surgery and you end up looking dreadful.
This, it never looks natural.
If you have some defect, get the rest in order and rock it. Arnold wouldn't be the same without the tooth gap, nobody would've cared about Kurt Cobain with nice hair.
I'm going to fix my hairline, my chin, and my nose.
There is a pretty good youtube video explaining and analyzing the different treatment that attractive and unattractive people get. It also discusses the difference in lifetime earnings, and depending on your field, you can determine if it is "worth it" from a cost vs benefit approach.
However, plastic surgery patients have a higher rate of suicide, but the plastic surgery may be a signal of suicide, rather than a cause of it.
There have been studies that showed for certain plastic surgery procedures which inhibit smiling result in people being unhappier because the physical act of smiling has a direct correlation with actual happiness. ex: if you are not actually happy, and you smile anyways, it has long term effects on your happiness if it is a regular activity or something like that.
I'd say plastic surgery is "worth it" but I would never do it because I don't really thing it is a good thing on a personal basis unless it is fixing something extreme like a missing nose or something like that.
>god-tier jaw AND you don't have to eat
Why would you not do it
Yes it is all worth it. My parents have a lot of money so come summer I will be getting a stronger jaw, chin, and cheeks. (Obviously I won't over due it). And a nose job. Eventually I would also like to get leg lengthening surgery but realistically not going to happen. But if I were to do all (which I'm for sure going to do all but leg lengthening) I'll finally be attractive