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Thread Contributor: myster_meat_puaBalance is important
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When considering surgery, one should be very careful. There is a dangerous belief that the willingness to undergo the knife is sufficient for seeing massive improvement in looks.... no one ever considers the potential to look WORSE after extensive surgery.

It is my opinion that the PSLsphere engenders an appreciation of "extreme" pursuits because of one-track thinking as a result of borderline mental illness with no one emotionally detached from the situation there to give you a reality check.

Surgery can definitely improve someones looks, we know this from plentiful examples, but people also frequently ignore bad results or wave it away as "couldnt happen to me". Every young soldier joining a combat role realizes death and maiming happens, but he waves it away as "couldnt happen to me" and then 4 years later hes disfigured and dealing with crippling injuries for the rest of his life if hes not just dead.

Similarly in the pursuit of aesthetics, people often obsessively focus on one extreme feature without a balanced perception of how faces work as a whole, the sum of all its parts. The obsession with "angular jaws" is one example of this... if you actually divorce yourself from the memery, you will see that the features desired dont actually exist that often in nature - i.e look at hollywood leading men and see how many of them have truly "angular" or "sharp" jaws...exceedingly few. None the less, they are exceptionally good looking!

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The most underappreciated quality at least in the PSLsphere is the harmony/balance of a good looking face. Singling out any single feature on one of these faces would be very underwhelming. As a whole however, they simply work. They look good.

An example of what happens when you value extremism over sensibility is the work of Dr Sailer.... some of his patients have great improvements - most do not. Most of them look inhuman, uncanny valley, demonstrating that the mere willingness to go extreme does not promise good results. Transformative? Absolutely. But not transformative in the way you want.

On the small but budding sphere of the internet that deals with aesthetic surgical pursuits there is often a derision of doctors who are conservative, autists calling them "bluepilled" and what not. Try to realize that surgeons are trained experts and often have near genius level IQs, while you are probably average IQ at best and not as informed as you think you are - it is not a bad thing to have a conservative surgeon who can promise and deliver on solid, decent results, but won't go outside of his comfort zone or do extreme esoteric surgeries on you just for a paycheck.
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