Jessica Alves poses for final shoot before having her chin BROKEN, vocal cords altered and face lifted

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Jessica Alves posed for her stunning final photoshoot before undergoing seven-hour surgery, which she says will dramatically change her face.

The TV personality, 38, will undergo a painstaking operation on Sunday, during which Dr Kamol in Bangkok will break her chin and jaw and modify her vocal chords to sound more feminine, before undergoing her third full breast lift. face and neck.

Speaking to TSTIME ahead of the big day while sharing exclusive photos, she explained how she was bored of having the same face after two or three years but insisted she was not addicted to go under the knife.

‘The last time you’ll see this face’: Jessica Alves posed for her last photoshoot before having her chin shaved, vocal cords modified and face lifted in a painstaking SEVEN-hour operation

After spending £800,000 on a total of 78 cosmetic surgeries over the years, she began: “My face is going to change a lot. Many, many, many, really.

Jessica – who underwent gender reassignment surgery in 2021 – continued: “Obviously because I was born male my jaw and chin are a bit thicker so the doctor is going to break and cut that bone.

“He’s going to slice it. My chin and jawline will become very small, this will make my face much smaller and much more feminine. That’s the goal of the surgery, to become much more feminine.

“And then I’m going to have a full facelift. This will be my third facelift. I’ll be 39 in July and it’s going to make me look a lot younger. I’m very excited for it.

Candid: Speaking to MailOnline ahead of the big day, she explained how she was bored of having the same face after two years, but insisted she was not addicted to going under the knife

Candid: Speaking to TSTIME ahead of the big day, she explained how she was bored of having the same face after two years, but insisted she was not addicted to going under the knife

“And all of this will happen at the same time as the voice feminization operation. So all the surgeries together are going to be seven hours, I’m going to be under general anesthesia for seven hours.

“Between now and then, I just prepare for this. I finished all my exams, so I’m just taking vitamins and I’m very excited.

The reality star has revealed she sees her surgeries as an ‘evolution of her being’ as she is ‘bored’ after ‘two or three years’ have passed with the same face.

She said: “I have spent over £800,000 on all my surgeries over the years and have always viewed my surgeries as an evolution of my being.

‘Me, as a human being, and I think surgery after surgery, obviously I feel different, I look better. I’m bored too.

Wow!  Jessica said:

Brave: She underwent gender reassignment surgery in 2021, after coming out publicly as transgender in 2020

Wow! Jessica said: “Obviously because I was born male, my jaw and my chin are a bit thicker, so the doctor is going to break and cut that bone.

“So after two or three years of looking at the same face in the mirror, I’m like, ‘Wait, it’s time to change and make it different.’ That’s the difference between me and most people.

The former Celebrity Big Brother contestant went on to slam naysayers for criticizing her, revealing she was ‘unapologetic’ and it was ‘her prerogative’ to do whatever she wanted.

She said: “I’m brave, I’m strong, I’m not sorry and I choose what’s right for me. I get criticized a lot by people, they say I’m addicted to plastic surgery.

“No, I’m not addicted to plastic surgery, I just have high self-esteem. People say I have body dysmorphic disorder…I don’t.

“What I had was gender dysmorphic disorder, which has been corrected since I had my sex reassignment surgery, that’s my prerogative, so wish me luck.”

Splashing the cash: The CBB star said:

Splashing the cash: The CBB star said: ‘I’ve spent over £800,000 on all my surgeries over the years and have always seen my surgeries as an evolution of my being’

The OnlyFans star previously revealed she was considering having voice feminization surgery, after coming out publicly as transgender in 2020.

She told TSTIME: ‘I think that’s the only thing that gives away the fact that I’m transgender.

“My body and looks are very feminine, but when a guy talks to me in a bar or at the gym, the third question is, ‘Are you trans? »

“I say, ‘Yeah, I am’ and then the guy walks away. It’s very frustrating.

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“Also, when I answer the phone, people talk about me using masculine pronouns and it hits me like a knife in the heart.”

Voice feminization surgery

What is voice feminization surgery?

Voice feminization surgery is a procedure to raise the pitch of your voice or make it sound higher. Surgery changes the length, size, or tightness of your vocal cords.

Your vocal cords (also called vocal folds) are bands of soft tissue in your larynx (voice box). They control the pitch of your voice. They vibrate when you breathe air. The surgery changes the folds so that they vibrate differently and produce higher-pitched sounds when you speak.

Are there different types of voice feminization surgery?

There are different approaches to voice feminization surgery, including:

Formation of the anterior glottic web shortens the length of your vocal cords. This is the most common type of voice feminization surgery. It is also called Wendler’s glottoplasty.

Cricothyroid Reconciliation (CTA) increases the tightness of your vocal cords.

Laser Reduction Glotoplasty (LRG) decreases the mass or size of your vocal cords.

A laryngologist performs voice feminization surgery. This type of healthcare provider specializes in larynx and throat surgery.

Why is voice feminization surgery performed?

  • You may choose to have voice feminization surgery if you:
  • Are a transgender woman (male transitioning to female).
  • Having a sex differentiation disorder (born with both male and female sex organs).
  • Have disorders that require androgen (male sex hormone) therapy as treatment.
  • Having ovarian cancer where the tumors produce androgens.
  • Source: Cleveland Clinic

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