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A WOMAN has confessed to spending thousands of pounds on surgery to fix her jaw but people say she looks the same as before.
Despite describing the surgery as life changing, people say the model was stunning before she’s had any work done.
TikTok creator Solveig Jenselme forked out £3,000 to have her jaw fixed.
The French based photographer said she had a gap in her jaw due to years of thumb sucking.
The creator explained the surgery was necessary as she struggled with eating because of her jaw.
She said: “[I] couldn’t chew properly! It created a lot of issues.. even with the digestion!”
Solveig said the surgery cost £3,000 but she didn’t need to pay more than half.
She said: “It was around €3500 [£3,00] but I had to pay only half with my insurance.”
Solveig shared a series of clips of her face, before, throughout and after the surgery.
She said: “How jaw surgery changed my life.”
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Viewers saw several shots of the photographer’s face bruised and swollen throughout the process.
The fashion fan admitted the surgery recovery was lengthy.
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She said: “Omg.. such a long journey… but totally worth it! Don’t suck your thumb.”
The fashion fan’s jaw surgery journey went viral with over 1 million views online.
Many people argued they couldn’t tell the difference between Solveig’s before an after clips.
One user said: “It looked the same at the end as it did at the start”
“Am I wrong to find you stunning in both versions?” asked another.
While others argued the photographer didn’t need the surgery in the first place
One user said : “You’re beautiful before and after”
Another asked: “What was wrong at the beginning?”