Jessica Alves Explains Feminisation Process Before Having Her Chin Broken
Jessica Alves has demonstrated to her followers the feminisation surgery she’s set to undergo this weekend, with part of the process involving having her chin and jawbones broken.
Taking to Instagram, the British-Brazilian trans TV star – who is known as the 'Human Barbie Doll' – filmed Dr Kamol as he demonstrated the procedure on a human skull replica.
“Now you’re going to be breaking bones and shaving bones off my face,” she says, before asking the doctor, “Can you just show me what you’re going to do?”
He explains that they’ll be shaving her jawbone and sliding the chin forward, with Alves adding it’ll provide ‘better aesthetics’.
The 38-year-old star has had a number of cosmetic procedures over the years, including a gender reassignment surgery in 2021.
As well as the jawline op, Alves will be getting her vocal cords adjusted in order to create a more feminine voice alongside her third face and neck lift.
Speaking to the MailOnline ahead of the seven-hour surgery on Sunday, 15 May, the 38-year-old said: “Obviously because I was born a male, my jawline and chin is a little bit thicker so the doctor is going to break and cut that bone.
“He's going to slice it up. My chin and jawline is going to become very small, it's going to make my face much smaller and much more feminine. That's the aim of the surgery, become much more feminine.
“And then I'm having a full face lift. It's going to be my third face lift. I'm turning 39 in July and that's gonna make me look much younger. I'm very excited for that.
“And all that's gonna be happening at the same time as the voice feminisation surgery. So all the surgeries together are going to last seven hours, I'm gonna be under general anaesthesia for seven hours.”
The former Celebrity Big Brother contestant, who was previously known as the 'Human Ken Doll' before coming out as transgender in 2020, said she’s spent ‘more than £800,000’ on ops which she considers as an ‘evolution of her being’.
“Me, as a human being, and I think that surgery after surgery, obviously I feel different, I look better. I also get bored as well,” she explained. “So after two or three years of looking at the same face in the mirror, I go, ‘Hang on, it's time to switch and make it different.’ That's the difference between me and most people.”
As for the online haters, she said, “I'm brave, I'm strong, I'm unapologetic and I go for what is right for me. I do get criticised a lot by people, they say I am addicted to plastic surgery.
“No, I'm not addicted to plastic surgery, I just have a high sense of self worth. People say I have body dysmorphic disorder... I don't have it.
“What I have had is gender dysmorphic disorder, which has been fixed ever since I had my gender reassignment surgery, this is my prerogative so wish me luck.”
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