The left side of my face was still very swollen and I was finding it hard to talk out of that side of my mouth. I couldnt chew properly. My bottom lip had looked like it had vanished. My smile was lopsided. It was only after having her procedure that Dean read all the possible side effects on the forms she had signed off on without worry. One of the side effects listed was nerve injury, marginal mandibular nerve palsy, inability to depress lower lip, temporary change in smile or facial expression. Yes, this looked like what I might be experiencing, said Dean. I was suddenly mad at myself. Why didnt I read เสื้อครอบครัวราคาถูก ราคา the fine print? Why did I just gloss over these many side effects without asking questions? How many times do we glance through pages of paperwork without fully reading it and nonchalantly sign on the dotted line? This was on me. Deans doctor assured เสื้อคู่รัก สวย ๆ her that she would eventually heal and her smile would go back to normal, but that it may take a few weeks. Lately Ive been thinking about this: If I could choose between having a smooth neck or getting my smile back to normal, there is no question.
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