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Transgender Mariah Carey impersonator has her DENTED chin fixed by TV surgeons following botched facial procedure
- Avery, who is based in US, was left with ‘lumpiness’ after botched facial surgery
- Her friend had performed operation which left her with ‘horrible indention’
- Doctors managed to give her new smoother chin, leaving Avery delighted
A transgender showgirl and Mariah Carey impersonator got emotional after finally getting her dented chin fixed by surgeons.
Avery, who is based in the US, was left with ‘lumpiness’ after having a botched facial procedure to make her chin look more feminine, involving shaving down the bone.
She explained on the E! show Botched how her ‘friend’, who hadn’t been licensed, performed the operation that left her with the ‘horrible, horrible indentation’.
Following an operation to fix the chin, doctors said they had managed to achieve a 90 per cent improvement – leaving Avery delighted.
Transgender showgirl and Mariah Carey impersonator Avery, who is based in the US, was left with a dent in her chin after botched facial surgery
Doctors on E! show Botched were able to give her a new smoother chin (above), much to Avery’s delight
Appearing on the show, Avery explained how she fell in love with Mariah after being bullied at school, describing how the singer’s songs had helped her through the difficult time.
After starting her impersonation act, she decided to have breast implants and silicone work in face.
Avery then decided to have facial surgery on her chin in a bid to look more feminine, as well as lip, chin and cheek injections.
‘With the facial feminization surgery they actually shave down your bones. That’s where the nightmare started,’ she explained.
Surgeons managed to get rid of the indentation by ‘taking off the bottom part’ and reshaping her chin
Avery (pictured ahead of surgery) was only promised a 20 per cent improvement, although the results were much better
The showgirl is pictured here in hospital following the surgery to repair her dented chin
‘Within probably two weeks, I noticed lumpiness here and then a horrible, horrible indention.’
Doctors asked her who performed the botched work, to which Avery replied: ‘Well, by a friend.’
Ahead of the surgery, Dr Nassif explained was only able to promise a 20 percent improvement, which Avery said was more than enough.
In the end, the impersonator actually came away with significantly better results than anticipated.
Avery explained how she had ‘facial feminization surgery’, which had led to the dent
She decided to have silicone work in face, including lip and chin injections. However, it was the facial surgery that left her with the dent in her chin
Avery looked emotional as she showed off her new chin following the operation
Avery (pictured before the botched surgery) described how she originally decided to have cosmetic surgery after falling love with Mariah
Growing up, Avery (as a child) was bullied at school and says Mariah’s songs helped her through the difficult time
Dr Nassif said: ‘So what we did is we ended up taking that area, and it’s gone.
‘It’s probably about 90 per cent better, that depression, that flat pancake.’
Avery was delighted with the results, saying: ‘Thanks to Dr Nassif, the dent in my chin is completely gone.’
She appeared emotional as she showed off her new chin at a concert, while dressed as her idol Mariah.
Avery (pictured before the operation) explained how the dent in her chin was affecting her life
Pictures of Avery before and after the chin operation show the significant difference that doctors were able to achieve
Avery looked delighted as she showed off her new chin at a concert, while dressed as Mariah
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