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  1. Craniofacial surgeon Dr Yaremchuck states: " Reducing the facial skeleton, especially the cheek bones is, in most cases, unwise. It results in an excess of soft tissue which sags. Besides losing definition, it tends to prematurely age " https://www.realself.com/question/india-dr-wanted-cheekbone-reduction-jaw-reduction-plz-opinion-face “ Someone with a poorly developed jaw will age much more quickly( often with neck sag) than someone with more regular features.” Dr David Dunaway, craniofacial surgeon.https://www.harleystreetaesthetics.com/_resources/files/media-articles/monthly-publications/tatler-2015.pdf " Too much bone removal can cause disastrous result later in your life ." Dr Zain Kadrihttps://www.realself.com/question/brighton-tn-type-chin-surgery-needed#24085261 SEE WHAT HAPPENS TO THE FACE WHEN THERE IS BONE LOSS: Sagging and aging due to loss of boney support to hold out the soft tissues and skin. Changes in the Facial Skeleton With Aging https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3404279/
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