Brielle Biermann Posts Pictures Of Her Swollen Lips Following Jaw Surgery Last Year
Brielle Biermann flaunted her puffy lips after jaw surgery, as well as how she had to have her injections dissolved before the procedure.
Brielle Biermann, 25, is speaking up about her challenges following jaw surgery last year. Brielle found the aftermath of the surgery to be equally as difficult as the surgery itself.
Her lips, as well as the rest of the bottom of her face, were as swollen as can be when she shared a photo of herself flicking off the camera.
She captioned the photo on her Instagram Story, “Never forget when I looked like this.” “It’s been two days after my double jaw surgery.” Take a look for yourself at the massive swelling.
Brielle further stressed that her lips were not disproportionately large as a result of her lip injections, as she had to have them removed prior to the surgery.
“Let it be known that at this time, I had no lip injections,” she wrote with another photo of her face swelled and jaw wired shut.
“I have to disintegrate it allll She also complained that she had to go on an all-liquid diet since she had her jaw wired, which caused her to drop 15 pounds and made her “unhappy.”
She revealed that the procedure took place in August 2021. She also discussed why she got the surgery in the first place and provided some more images of her difficult recovery at the time. “So, on August 23, I had double jaw surgery to repair my TMJ and 9 mm overjet overbites. She added, “This was not for aesthetics, but for quality of life.”
“I sucked my thumb until I was nine ishhh,” she added, “which made the roof of my mouth super small and my extreme overbite caused my teeth to have no contact at all.” She claimed that her overbite made it difficult for her to consume everyday foods like pizza and that it also caused her to speak with a lisp.
Brielle also stated that she was apprehensive about the procedure.
“I was terrified,” she added. “I was dreading this surgery and expecting the worst, but thanks to my good attitude, strong family and friends support system, and…
I breezed through the first two weeks, which are supposed to be the most difficult!” While she appears to be acknowledging that the recuperation wasn’t easy, she appears to have made it through and is now able to put it all behind her.