Terrifying Pictures Of Plastic Surgery Methods In Past Will Give You Goosebumps

Terrifying Pictures Of Plastic Surgery Methods In Past Will Give You Goosebumps
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We often heard celebrities undergoing plastic surgeries for getting slimmer face and pouty slug lips. But, in earlier times when Science and Technologies were just born plastic surgeries were not meant for enhancing the beauties but treating and fixing the terribly damaged and lost parts of the body. 

Here, we compiled some historical pictures of soldiers and war veterans who got terribly wounded and lost their body parts in battles. They were sent to the best plastic surgery methods available at ancient times and the results were truly shocking as we can see various medical advancements in this modern age.

1. A New Yorker lost his nose in a terrible accident.

1. A New Yorker lost his nose in a terrible accident.

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The empty space of nose was fixed with one of the fingers, 1880.

The empty space of nose was fixed with one of the fingers, 1880.
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The results were totally unexpected.

The results were totally unexpected.
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2. A brave WWI veteran lost the bottom half of his face in the war.

2. A brave WWI veteran lost the bottom half of his face in the war.
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One of the historic surgical methods, world's first 'tube pedicles' was the suitable way to treat him.

One of the historic surgical methods, world's first 'tube pedicles' was the suitable way to treat him.
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Once an extra flesh on his face, the doctors fixed the lower part of his mouth with a metallic frame.

Once an extra flesh on his face, the doctors fixed the lower part of his mouth with a metallic frame.
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The results are visible here.

The results are visible here.
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3. Mercury poisoning during Civil War left a deep wound on a part of his face.

3. Mercury poisoning during Civil War left a deep wound on a part of his face.
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The surgeon tried to reconstruct the amputated area in the best possible way.

The surgeon tried to reconstruct the amputated area in the best possible way.
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4. The British soldier who lost his nose in a battle after the first round of tube pedicle surgery.

4. The British soldier who lost his nose in a battle after the first round of tube pedicle surgery.
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5. This young soldier lost part of his mouth and nose in the war.

5. This young soldier lost part of his mouth and nose in the war.
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Surgeons gave him an early version of Groucho mask that replaced part of his nose and covered the wound with a moustache.

Surgeons gave him an early version of Groucho mask that replaced part of his nose and covered the wound with a moustache.
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History is always appreciated but these plastic surgery methods are awful. I am feeling blessed being born in the 21st century.

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