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She Had Surgery To Fix Her Deformity And Now She Looks Great

Written by Beatriz Sanchez
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Six months after her surgery, Ellie went to her prom feeling confident. ‘It was my year 11 prom and it looked good,’ she told to the Daily Post.

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Twelve months later, she had another procedure to change the shape of her chin. Though this surgery wasn’t necessary--at least medically speaking, she asked to have it done to improve her looks and self confidence.

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‘Now I just feel normal,’ she told the Daily Post. ‘It’s worth the year of pain and my mum said what’s a year compared to the rest of your life.’

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She also told the tabloid newspaper that ‘her new-found confidence was most noticeable in her dance lessons.’I was shy but now I feel really confident. It’s changed my whole life,’ she said.

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