The Doctors: chYnjection Jawline Procedure & Is Old Person Smell Real?

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The Doctors: “Texting Face”

The Doctors: chYnjection Jawline Procedure & Is Old Person Smell Real?

The Doctors demonstrated a procedure for “texting face” and discovered if “old person smell” is real.

Is it possible to develop “texting face” after years of cell phone use? One viewer in her 40s, Lisa, claims that the phenomenon is all too real, because it happened to her! Lisa began to notice a “permanent texting look” develop as she grew older, including a sagging chin, neck and jawline. To find a solution to this problem, The Doctors enlisted the help of cosmetic surgeon Dr. Yan Trokel.

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The Drs: chYnjection Procedure

Lisa underwent the non-surgical chYnjection procedure with Dr. Yan Trokel. Using only injections, Dr. Trokel was re-contouring and reshaping the jawline, achieving a lifted look for the lower face. The audience was cringing, but Dr. Trokel assured everyone that chYnjection is FDA approved, painless and minimally invasive.

The Doctors: chYnjection Procedure Results

Later, Lisa revealed her stunning before and after. Almost immediately after her chYnjection procedure, there was a noticeable difference in Lisa’s jaw. Dr. Trokel explained that there was some swelling, but it will begin to look better every day. The results of the procedure should last about 1-2 years.

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The Doctors: Is “Old Person Smell” Real?

Another Doctors viewer in her 60s, Libby, had a question regarding “old person smell.” The body odor of older people has often been described as extremely distinctive and similar to moth balls. So does “old person smell” really exist?

According to Dr. Andrew Ordon, research has shown this to be completely false. However, it is true that people of different age groups often smell differently. This is caused by the reaction of different gland secretions to bacteria on the body. To prove this, The Doctors conducted their own study. They had three people of different ages wear three t-shirts and placed the t-shirts into glass jars. After sniffing each jar, the docs had to guess between “young,” “senior” and “middle-aged.” Interestingly, the doctors found the senior smell to be very pleasant.

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