Jaw Surgery & Adult Braces | My Story | ANN LE

Jaw Surgery & Adult Braces | My Story  | ANN LE

– Hey loves, how’s it going? Ann here, so today’s video is a midweek video whereas my DIYs and how-to videos are on Saturdays. So today I want to talk to
you guys and update you guys a little bit about my braces and also my jaw surgery. I’ve been getting a lot of questions regarding like my braces, ya know, how it’s like to
be an adult with braces and all that kinda stuff. So I want to answer that in today’s video and also talk to you
guys and update you guys on my jaw surgery since in my future videos you guys will be seeing me swollen as I am now. So you know to kind of like just let people know what’s going on instead of like you guys wondering what the heck is wrong with my face? I got jaw surgery and long story, I don’t know. It’s a long story. I don’t know if it’s
super complicated or not, but I’ll try to make it short
and simple with you guys. But I have been wearing braces, well I first wore braces
when I was like in 12th grade going onto college and I wore
it throughout my freshman year and most of my sophomore year. As a child I had an underbite, like a real severe underbite
and my orthodontist recommended for me to go through surgery that time. I couldn’t afford surgery and plus I was afraid of surgery. So I just kind of like sweeped that thought out of the way and just
lived my life, ya know? I’ve always been made fun of for my bite and how different I look. It never really like bothered me very much to the point of making
me feel sad or depressed. Ya know, it did bother me, but
I didn’t feel affected by it and it didn’t take a toll on my confidence ever since growing up. I got braces mainly because I
had a huge gap in the front. That bothered me more than my bite. So I begged my mom to pay for my braces and it was, ya know, she
didn’t make much money then and I was luckily enough
to persuade her somehow to cover for my braces. I thought that when I go to college I would be like this beautiful butterfly, you know all my pimples would go away and I would be able to take my braces off and I’ll look so hot and it didn’t happen. I had braces on, my
pimples were getting worse, and I just wasn’t the beautiful butterfly that I thought I would be. So after taking braces
off my sophomore year I thought everything was
okay, my bite was fixed. The orthodontist pulled my
jaw back with elastic bands. I had to wear elastic
bands for a very long time. I had no idea but I was
more patient than I am now. Now I would say I am not. Like I hate wearing elastic bands. And now the reason why
I have to wear braces is because my bite shifted. And I did talk a little bit
about this in my past videos but I incorporated it in with other videos so it was hidden somewhere between videos. Yeah, so my bite shifted and I was only able to bite down one side of my jaw and the other side was just left open. So I was adding more pressure at nighttime because I tend to clench my teeth together so one side of my face was just like I was adding more pressure and it was kind of taking
effect on the growth, the development of my bone
or just deteriorating, just really breaking
down my bone structure. So after you know getting x-rays and having my doctor telling me that I decided that I wanted to get jaw surgery for that purpose and also
you know at the same time will help me with my profile
and everything like that. So jaw surgery can be cosmetic surgery. I know that it’s popular
in Asia where girls, or women would get jaw surgery just to make their face look more youthful and more feminine. For me, just that one reason wasn’t enough for me to get jaw surgery. Like I had to have more reasons in order for me to justify
getting jaw surgery because it is a major surgery. It is not a joke and it’s
something that’s very serious and something that you
have to really consider. So after years of just like contemplating and decide whether if it makes sense and because my health and my bone ya know, my bone structure
was kind of being affected, it gave me a little bit
more strength to proceed. (sigh) It’s a long process too. You have to go through having
braces for about a year to a year and a half. I had these braces on
for a year and a half and then I was able to get surgery. For my braces I got like clear brackets and then I still have to wear
the stainless steel wires which is fine, it’s not as noticeable and it’s not as, it doesn’t look like the braces that I had when I was like a teenager
when I was in college. I have to wear like these ties. They’re basically small
little rubber bands that I have to put over so that way it could keep the wire intact to the brackets. And sometimes it gets like, it gets discolored and it gets yellow so it makes my teeth look yellow and that would be the only
time when I feel self conscious and I don’t want to smile. But other than that it
doesn’t really bother me. I smile, ya know, I move on with my life. It does cost more to
have like clear braces compared to regular metal braces but if you are an adult, if
it is a big problem for you, if you’re super self conscious about it, then just get the top part all clear and then the bottom part
you can get regular braces or something like that. So the day of surgery I was super nervous, I was super scared. I felt like I still wasn’t ready but I knew that I had to do it. Ya know, I committed to it already. I’d been wearing these braces
for more than a year now and you know I’m just ready
to get it done and over with. So the day of surgery it
actually went by pretty nicely. All the staff were so
nice, they were so helpful, they were very accommodating. Nobody was dragging along the process. My doctor was very knowledgeable,
very experienced doctor. The thing that scared me most was going into the surgery room. It was a big room full of electronics. Just wires everywhere and then above me were like
these huge surgery lights and they were just like bright, and they’re shining in my face. It was very scary because it was just not
cozy or anything at all. It just looked so intimidating. I was so afraid. The anesthetic part scares me the most because I’m always afraid that
if I was to be put to sleep I’d wake up mid way while they’re performing the surgery on me and I would be buried in my body. That was my biggest fear but
luckily that did not happen and I just slept throughout
the whole surgery. When I woke up I was very like sleepy, groggy, and just like a little bit out of it but I was very conscious of
what was going on around me. I could hear people’s voices, I could hear people talking, and I felt like a lot of
soreness around my jawline. I wouldn’t say it’s pain. It was more of a sore feeling. I thought that I would be
able to just like deal with it but I didn’t know what to expect. So I let them give me some
pain killers that time. Right now I have like, I can’t feel my cheeks on
these two sides right here. Like, I can feel my chin, I can feel here, but it’s just right here. This is where the incision went and the doctor basically
broke my bones right here and like mended back
with some metal plates. So I have metal plates in me right now. I am bionic. So it’s super numb here and it’s slowly slowly going down. I’m slowly feeling again and I’m able to talk again. I would say last week it
was harder to understand me, this week I am a bit more clear. Just right now, like the way
my teeth are hitting each other it’s really weird and
it feels weird to talk and it’s really weird to
enunciate and pronounce things. So that’s one of the challenges about surgery and having these braces. Throughout the week the first week it was a little challenging but I was very happy. Like my spirit was happy and
I was feeling very positive. I’m so happy that I got this over with. I’m so happy that I
was able to overcome it and just come out alive and still healthy. The doctor was telling me
that I would feel super tired, I would bleed, I would feel nauseous, and all these crazy things. And I didn’t experience any of that. I wasn’t nauseous. I didn’t feel pain or anything like that. So I was good. I felt like God was on
my side, God was with me to guide me along. In the firs week I could only eat water, I mean I could, why
could I only eat water, I could only drink, ya know? So I could only drink either soup or smoothies or juices. And so I just had mainly
smoothie, juices, and soups and I lost five pounds the first week. I lost two pounds the second week. And then the third week
I lost one more pound but then it fluctuate back and forth. So this is the third
week actually right now. The first week I was super swollen. Second week it went down a little bit and then the third week it’s
just really slowly changing. Ya know, there are days
when I feel very upset, when I feel very disappointed,
when I feel very discouraged. You just feel like when you’re hungry you become very sensitive and
you become very irritable, and that was me. And I would say the hardest part is just dealing with people
that are close to you and hoping that they
have patience with you. You’re hungry every day
and you’re irritable, and you’re not yourself and
if they don’t understand that then it’s really tough. Ya know, sometimes you can’t
expect people to be perfect. Sometimes people just don’t understand you and it makes you a little
sad and it brings you down and the fact that you can’t
eat also brings you down and the fact that your face
is not how it used to be kind of like plays a role too in making you feel like
you’re not yourself and everything is different basically. And so that was the hardest part. And I’m still dealing with that like waking up in the morning
and looking at myself. It’s just like, ugh I’m so swollen. For the first six weeks you will see lots of
like swelling going on and changes and all that kinda stuff. But I didn’t want to let that hold me back from making videos or continuing
with doing other stuff to keep myself busy and
to keep myself occupied. I don’t want to just like
stay at home, be in bed, and just like hide from the world. I know I look funny right
now, I look like a chipmunk with like lots of nuts in my cheeks. But whatever, I’m just, I’m
here, I’m making videos, and I just want to let you guys know that this is what I’m
going through right now and it’s not the funnest thing but it’s, ya know, I’m going through it and I’m hoping that the
best will come out of this. I’m hoping that I don’t
have to worry about my bite, my jawline, or my bone
deteriorating when I get older and I’m just happy that I got it done, I got out of the surgery,
and that I’m here. And that’s pretty much it I
wanted to share with you guys. For any of you guys who
have the same issues as me it’s not that bad of a process but it is something that you
definitely need patience. You guys will be seeing more of me. I’m not going to stop here,
I’m not going to give up. I’m going to keep continuing on and I’m gonna continue
on making fun videos. Next month I will be
sticking to a wedding theme. So most of my DIYs are going
to be wedding themed DIYs and videos I’m going to try to make that around the
wedding theme as well. So expect that and I’ll see you guys later. (kiss) Chow. (pleasant instrumental music)


  • Isabella Baig says:

    I'm so glad I found your video, because I will be having lower jaw surgery in October. I am really nervous about it already.

  • Isabella Baig says:

    What kind of activies were you able to do a couple of days after the surgery? How about the pain?

  • Suzy Gonzalez says:

    I know the pain!! Girl! 😢😢 the most horrible experience but it was worth it.

  • Khalid Dahlan says:

    The doctors recommended me to extend my jaw, is jaw surgery plastic surgery or what?

  • Khalid Dahlan says:

    The doctors recommended me to extend my jaw, is jaw surgery plastic surgery or what?

  • Tina Bahena says:

    I got all four of my wisdom teeth taken out at the same time and I can relate to being upset about not being able to do some normal things, having to take meds, and especially not being able to eat comfortable. I feel that you're surgery was probably a lot more serious, but I'm so glad you're okay. Hope that you get better soon 💜💜💜💜

  • Ruru Park says:

    Im just wondering why you had to undergo jaw surgery? Sorry but this is my first time watching your video

  • Andrea M says:

    I'm recovering from my jaw surgery right now and I can relate with a lot of what you said, thanks for the video you look great!

  • Anna Gray says:

    I too was offered to have a jaw surgery and decided not to do it. I hate surgeries! 🙂 I have very misaligned jaws and very ugly teeth. However, I love my ugly teeth, they are 100% natural and VERY sharp :))) So, I will live with what my parents have given me. I was able to somewhat align my front teeth by simply holding my jaws together for 8-10 hours a day for a few months. I am able to eat, that's what matters, as I am a foodie :))))) You look very beautiful and I wish you to recover from all of this ♥

  • Mary-Ama Blankson says:

    I need the same procedure so seeing you and hearing your experience is very encouraging.

  • Niky9965 says:

    I really don't want to get jaw surgery although the way I talk is weird and it'll really boost my self esteem. But the jaw surgery really freaks me out

  • Javiera Figueroa says:

    I didn't knew you were on an operation and you look so good!! Besides your vids are so fun to watch that that little detail (for us) it really doesn't matter <3

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  • duhhitzbrooklyn says:

    I am getting jaw surgury. I am very scared to get it, and I am only 11 years old!

  • Nicole Jessica says:

    im having double jaw surgery on the 6th September😬. i have an overbite though

  • Madeline Noemi says:

    I had an underbite but my side profile wasn't obvious. The palatal jaw expander helped my bite alot.

  • Fartun Muhammad says:

    I going to have it next year and i am so nervous but after seeing this video feels much better so thank you and you look flawless

  • Sai Yang says:

    I want braces 😪 but I'm so scared of jaw surgery and so much more stuff along with it😢

  • Sai Yang says:

    I am scare because they say because of my bone lost if I decide to get braces and my jaw shifts BUT MY TEETH gets loose then my braces has to come off so I will have a crooked jaw with straight teeth

  • April Flower says:

    You are amazing. I totally understand your feelings,i had a neck surgery so i could not eat for almost a month and i stii remember all that feelings and al the irritations i had almost all the time . But now i'm fine ,and i know that you will be too 😘😘😘

  • missberrytan says:

    is this the same as having TMJ? i have a super overbite and my dentists have said I have a pretty serious case of TMJ and I could get surgery for it… but it's pretty expensive, and I don't think I can handle wearing braces again especially when I have to start working and interviewing for jobs…

  • Juanita Lopez says:

    I love your channel so much! I had overlapped canine teeth and crooked teeth ever since elementary school 🙁 I would always get bullied for it and I never had the confidence I wanted. I tried to get braces with my insurance so they can cover the payment for me but it never worked out for some odd reason, my teeth were really messed up!! I finally am able to afford braces and I turned 19 when I got them. I've only had them for 3 1/2 months and they already shifted drastically!!! I need them on for a total of 18 months but I'm hoping I won't have to keep them on for too long ☺️ thanks for this video Ann, don't stop smiling 💜

  • Kayleigh says:

    I'm going to be fitted for braces next month and will also have surgery. I had really bad swelling when they removed my wisdom teeth (and four other back teeth) >.> God help me when I have the jaw surgery. I have an overbite. I'm so happy I live in Britain, all the surgery and the braces are covered by the N.H.S. so I don't have to pay for anything.

  • Fairy Lights says:

    Why did you have plastic surgery?

  • dani mash says:

    I had this procedure exactly a year ago and I feel absolutely amazing!! I feel confident in myself and I love smiling now! Such a trooper for going through this Ann!!

  • Charisma Odal says:

    I have to have the same surgery as you!! I'm so damn nervous and scared about it 😁

  • Vanessa Stokes says:

    I'm having double jaw surgery next year when I'm 18 for my underbite and I'm looking forward to it so much! I've been waiting for this since I was like 14

  • Moti Bitton says:

    hey you look great,ongratulations!I'm having my surgery in September ,wish me luck.

  • Alicia Wong says:

    I had Lower jaw surgery too. Were you wired shut? Where did you do your surgery? Who was your surgeon?

  • glorygirl says:

    "God was with me" Amen!

  • cyphers tae says:

    ive been wearing braces for almost 3 years now and soon going to do raw surgery bcause i have under bite too but after i did few research im scared. do u have any advice for me? and after the surgery we can only eat the liquid food through the nose fr 1-2 weeks right?


    How much was the surgery?

  • Michele Tarver says:

    OMGOSH! My son JUST gad a consult for this today and while the orthodontist made it sound like a simple procedure, once we heard what the doctor had to say…… OH EM GEE! It seems SCARY!!!! :-O

  • Leroy Chang says:

    I got to get this what's it like after

  • BTS IS TOO MUCH!! says:

    we are the same

  • Anetka Bbb says:

    I´m currently in the second week after surgery and so hungry and swollen

  • Camila Castro says:

    Thank you for sharing this. I was kind of nervous to get my jaw surgery next year but you have made me more confident to get it. 💕 I was not sure it if was worth it but it is not only aesthetical as you said it compromises my health so thank you. Hope you have a good recovery 😘

  • Yrechaz _12 says:

    I've gotta have jaw surgery, they are gonna break top part of my mouth and and my jaw. It's gonna be wired shut for 6weeks and then going to have braces on for 6 months

  • Taylor Anne Kirk says:

    Thank you so so so so much for this video. I'll be having upper and lower jaw surgery in January 2017 and this has honestly comforted my anxiety about it all. 💖

  • Rhea says:

    hey anne, im not sure if u mentioned this but where did u get ur surgery done?

  • Sarinah Pond says:

    can't believe how normal your swelling looks by the 3rd week!!

  • SJ K says:

    I'm curious how old were you when you had surgery ? I won't be having mine till I'm probably 28 yrs old. I'm worried that might affect my healing somehow

  • Josh Layes says:

    I'm terrified of nausea post surgery because I already have paranoia of throwing up… imagine that with a wound like that while you throw up. 🙁

  • Mylifeyak blog says:

    Thank you for sharing. I had jaw surgery to!!!! ❤

  • ʕ•͡•ʔ says:

    i just wonder does it really hurt because i might get a surgery on my jaws too.i might get it pushed back and this is scaring me.they say because my jaw at the top was bigger than the bottom one so i might take surgery or get braces if it get smaller while with braces.i just wanna get advice if my surgery will be the same as this.i am 13 btw

  • mhtcmalaysia says:

    Thanks for sharing your story! Hopefully you will feel better soon, be positive 🙂

  • Hurricane Irma says:

    I am gonna have a jaw surgery when I be 14.

  • Ari Sontay says:

    hi! so does new bone grow over the bones the Dr broke?
    gosh I'm so nervous. I have an open underbite. Hopefully I don't need something as extreme as surgery :/ . looking for a holistic dentist with honest answers

  • Promise Ale says:

    Does jaw surgery helps to cure TMJ..?

  • Ognjen Skundric says:

    I had my surgery 5 weeks ago and I'm still in the process of recuperating. I wore braces for 3 and a half years prior to the surgery and I'm still wearing them since the intermaxillary fixation was done with braces. I was supposed to have the sugery in May of 2016 but since my surgeon is quite an affable person he told me that we cpuld do the surgery after the exam period. To cut the long story short, the surgery went great. I woke up with eyes wide open as If i'd had 2 cappuccinos. For the past couple of weeks my jaw has been sealed shut in order for the bones to heal. The surgeon performed what is called a "bimaxillary" surgery, i.e he operated on both jaws, he shortened the lower jaw( prognatism) and widened the upper one, the maxillae.Yeah, and the surgery was done in my native country of Serbia which probably has one of the best maxillofacial teams of surgeons in Europe If not the world. I'm glad that there are people like you Ann who are willing to share their experience pretaining to the difficult but advantageous experience of partially If not completely changing the patient's facial physignomy for the better. So If anyone who's watching this wants to do a jaw surgery in Europe , you can be assured that Serbia has the most renowned people in this field of expertise. Sorry for the diifficult terminology, I'm preparing to be an English teacher/ interpreter(translator)

  • Blackdhalia993 says:

    At any moment i will have this surgery, hearing you speaking about it and being so strong and supportive, gives me a lil more hope and confidence to go through it. Thank you

  • Bb Dlc says:

    I'm 14 and I have a underbite I'm really scared how bad it's going to get when I stray growing more 🙁 my dentist gave me no option but the surgery 😭💔 I was really sad about that 🙁 but thanks for sharing your story ❤️

  • FCUZforever says:

    Hi Ann. My daughter's got overbite jaw, she's 17 and is going to have her jaw surgery done in the middle of June. I learn a lot from this video and what you said in this video is true to what I heard from the surgeon. He also said my daughter will need a good 4 to 6 weeks for the heeling process. Since you went through and experienced with the recovery process, can you tell me was your jaw back to normal at the 7th week? I would like to know so I can plan for a vacation in the end of July. I understand that everybody is different but just want to hear your opinion. Thanks.

  • Stephlianne Rose says:

    Hi there. I so need this jaw surgery. Please tell me how much you spend for this?

  • The Courtney Diaries says:

    Was told I had to get this in order for my braces process be completely 100% .. But its cosmetic so I'm just feeling a bit discouraged 🤦🏾‍♀️

  • dalina kh says:

    Who was your surgeon?

  • debayan das says:

    Is it necessary to put braces on after surgery (Lifetime)

  • Arriannah Davis says:

    Hi!! I'm currently a senior in highschool now. I went to my dentist appointment today and while I was getting a fill my jaw was just in so much pain, which happens often and like you I clench my teeth at night when I sleep, and my jaw pops and it hurts when I yawn. I'm going into to get a tmd or tmj examination. Based on that do you think they'd give me braces or a night guard? I myself am very very scared of surgery. And I know I'm a year late but I hope you're doing well and better than ever!

  • andrew parker says:

    i had double jaw surgery 2 years ago. i had breathing problems during the surgery. after i came out of surgery they had to put another breathing tube in to get my breathing back up and didn't know all that until after i was upstairs in the hospital room i just remember waking up to them removing the breathing tube from my nose. i do not recall what it felt like and i can't recall if i was scared. i was frustrated but i had no idea why i was frustrated and i guess it was the nurses i was angry at.

  • Emalie Hassler says:

    Who did your surgery?

  • jazzcitla1 says:

    Do you have a new 2017 update for this video

  • Erica Aveni says:

    Did your surgeon give you nausea medicine in IV bag? Also when you went home?

  • Erica Aveni says:

    Did you have an open bite ?

  • Invisible Commentator says:

    Hi Ann, i am getting a brace soon and i'm looking for a good experienced surgeon, would you recommend yours?

  • jiu9x9uij says:

    Thanks for sharing all this information! Do they ever take those metal plates out? Or do they stay in u for the rest of ur life?

  • WC Soccer says:

    Your video doesn't show before photos of where you were than post surgery.

  • Ayushi Dharmadhikari says:

    are plates and screws are removed after months???

  • Sarah Blackstone says:

    I have a underbite now and I hardly have any friends because of it 😩

  • Matt Foley says:

    Was it super painful? Or more discomfort or what u think? I'm worried about breathing when I wake up or freaking out wired up and messing something up and a lot of other things just really mentally challenging saying yeah doc I'm ready sign me up to break my face even though I know I need it just is overwhelming thanks your pretty and courageous your vids do help

  • Elizabeth Speegle says:

    My daughter is 16, having double jaws broken, left mandible is 6mm shorter so on it has to be lengthen, nose worked on, extend chin, cheek bone work as well, surgery in may…..

  • ahervert says:

    Hello, very nice story. How much did you pay for surgery? Does the insurance cover anything?

  • Realr says:

    Going on wk 2 post op for double jaw surgery & liked ur video as I too am an older adult that underwent this surgery. Yes, patience & prayers help.♡ Thank u for ur video. : )

  • Courtney Dotson says:

    Shit. I’m having freaking out a little bit. I’m having the surgery in 2 days. I’m so worried about being in pain after

  • Rebecca Winacott says:

    Just wondering if you had to get any teeth extracted before the surgery? I'm getting my premolars removed on the bottom as part of my orthodontic treatment before surgery

  • David Earley says:

    I want to ask can you answer a question for me. My jaws are uneven and dislocated and I think that if I get them wired shut right before I have a growth spurt, if I do, I can correct the problem with my jaws. Or can I get my jaws realligned or get a jaw surgery and have my growth spurt that I know I can have. What I’m asking is that if my jaws have been dislocated since I was a teen and it’s been ten years would my jaws still grow with my body and will I have an underbite saying that I will have a growth spurt from 5’10” to 6’ something.

  • b Consilio says:

    Have had many jaw surgeries appliances braces implants wired together rubber bands no chewing no chewing for months and months! Yes hungry crabby irritated no blender food yuck!
    Then 6 years later I got a registered letter from my surgeon saying that the fda was recalling my implants! Are you serious? I’m being recalled by the government? Yes Dow-Corning falsified research records and the implants were breaking down! I had Teflon and silicone leaching into my body!!!! So all over again with surgery wired together and braces. Not to mention another area of my body use to take the place of the implants
    Again no chewing for months
    Thank goodness it’s behind use!!!!
    Hope you are on a new path and grateful it’s behind you

  • Zara says:

    How long will it take until I can go back to school?

  • xcalabur18 says:

    Thanks so much for posting this, girl! Very informative. I'm actually getting surgery soon, too. I am wondering if you could explain more about what it was like to get put to sleep? This is the part that FREAKS me OUT!! Like, what does it feel like? How do they do it? What does it feel like when they put the stuff in, like do you get sleepy or is more like wide awake to instantly out? Could you have stayed awake if you would have tried or is it impossible? Haha. Basically whatever you remember about that part would be helpful. Thanks so much!

  • Xenia says:

    I’m getting jaw surgery at 16!

  • Saif BT says:

    Hi Ann, thanks a lot for sharing your story. I just started my 2 to 2.5 year treatment plan for my under-bite and got braces yesterday. I'm going to be having double jaw surgery and some condylar shaving on my left joint to correct my facial asymmetry as well.

  • Joy Kissell says:

    Thanks for this. I’m 15 and I’m having jaw surgery for my overbite in about a year and I’m really scared already. This helped a lot to see someone understand what it’s like. I also wore braces before and tried headgear to see with it worked; long story short- it didn’t even though I tried that for four years, so here I am. I hope my journey goes as well as yours did 🙂

  • Erin Meadows says:

    As I listened to how your surgery went it made me cry bc I have TMJ issues and I feel like I have no options except them breaking my jaw. What is one good thing to consider when thinking about getting this surgery and what steps do you need to take in order to get this surgery. Bc honestly I want to get the surgery but it feels really intimidating. what advice could you give me and other people on this surgery

  • Jess M says:

    I just came across your videos as i am considering surgery myself but its so expensive 🙁 how were you able to take care of it?

  • Jessica McLaughlin says:

    Hi Ann, thanks for video, it has been so helpful. I am starting my own video log for my orthodontic treatment that will be commencing next month…. Invisalign and jaw surgery to correct my open bit. Yay!

  • Casey Aim says:

    you looked so good after surgery, oh my god. my face inflated like 3 sizes, and my lips were huge!! i looked like a deranged chipmunk, haha.

  • classy.stache says:

    I heard that in Korea after the surgery there would be tubes in my throat and nise that suck out the blood and it'd be hard to breathe. Did you not have to experience that?

  • J M says:

    Mil gracias por los subtítulos en español. Me alegra mucho que todo tu proceso haya salido bien. También necesito la cirugía y tú vídeo es de mucha ayuda. 😊

  • Jennifer Dayap says:

    Thank you for sharing this…

  • Noob Noob says:

    You estill very looking ger.you look nice still

  • Marilyn Barker says:

    Where did you have your surgery done?

  • Marie M says:

    I get jaw surgery in 4 days :(((

  • latora Banks says:

    So how long did you have to wait to eat? I've some people jaws had to be wire shut, did yours? I need it but I'm in my 30's and don't want any nerve damage. How long before you think you can return for work?

  • Carmela Camba says:

    I need to save for 2-3 years before I could afford jaw surgery, but I really want this to fix my bite and bone structure.

  • Celeste Toledo says:

    I literary cried yesterday when my dentist told me that I would need oral surgery to correct the issue and it will only get worse over time. I am meeting with a consultant to discuss Oral surgery. It is scary being an adult and having to get this done. After hearing you talk about it, I feel more at ease. Please I’m getting married next year, but I’m okay with having braces at my wedding.

  • becca Bernstein says:

    Thanks for the video! I'm having the same surgery in about a week and a half and freaking out a bit. Any advice?

  • LadyLove says:

    I love your honesty. I have to have the same surgery and I’m TERRIFIED about not waking up after the surgery, my face after, and my nose! I pray that my family will have patience with me because I’m 0 tolerance to pain. 😔

  • Manuel Haftbefehl says:

    you hot 💕

  • Julissa Rosales says:

    Heyyy guys I just had jaw and will be posting my recovery on my channel. my editing is trash but like its funny lol.

  • Jessenia Lopez-Garcia says:

    My orthodontist also said that I may need the surgery. But the braces may be able to fix the bite. I’m scared for the surgery also😭 but the bite is affecting my self esteem and health

  • Inês Pinto says:

    I'm going to have this surgery and im so scared

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