If you are severely unhappy with your appearance and feel it is the reason you can't get a gf, why not go for plastic surgery?
>>Live like a pauper for a few years
>>Go under the knife
This applies for femanons too, except that it's probably more related with not being obese/crazy. If you have a misshapen nose or something else wrong, why not do something about it?
The only thing I don't like about my face is my asymmetrical jaw and fucked up teeth
But eyyy guess what
>getting double jaw surgery and braces for "medical" reasons
Going to have that chad look my boys
probably still won't have the confidence of a chad but at least I won't hate my face
My nose is bent to the right
It's also curved like a beak
Plus I think I have sinus issues, so I can't smell or breathe through my nose very well
I have a feeling they'd only let me get 1 or 2 fixed ;_;
Your body ends up looking something like this chick when you're really fucking fat and lose the weight.
I've had braces for about 11 months now and having double jaw surgery in 2.5 weeks to correct an anterior open bite. how the fuck did you get yours as a "medical reason" if it's just asymmetrical? where do you live? im paying $9k for mine and that's including private insurance, without that it's about $21k. i live in Australia
My orthodontist said that insurance companies here consider jaw deformities as a medical issue and not cosmetic. Reasons being that it can cause mouth breathing, poor posture, sleep apnea, etc.
The braces I will still need to pay out of pocket, but the surgeries are covered.
It's about $8,000 for each part of the body that needs work and you usually end up with loose skin on your upper arms, chest, stomach and thighs. I'd say it's pretty expensive unless you have a great job.
where do you live? i have all of these problems (breathing difficulties causing sleep apnea, tmj problems etc) and i was never told i could claim it as medical, i guess if I went through the public system i potentially could but id be on the waiting list for ages.
double jaw surgery, but i don't know the exact specifics yet they're currently doing all the lab work i will see surgeon this week or next
Most of the people who talk shit about the "American Healthcare System" either don't know what it is (they think it is 100% private expenditure) and/or have never actually been a patient within it. And I say this as a Brit.