I'd look into it some more. You can never be too safe when it comes to surgery, especially on your face!It was a post on reddit:
Tbh a lot of it sounds like BS. Especially the part about not being able to use their voice, as the frontal sinus has no impact on head resonance whatsoever.
Also trying to claim he's supposedly a dentist and not an actual surgeon is also really sketchy as he's been doing FFS for over a decade, if he was seriously incompetent or routinely butchering people there would probably be more talk about it.
I've talked too several former patients as well as read many online testimonials and the overwhelming majority were very positive. Of course there were a few who were unhappy or had complications, but nothing as serious as this.
Regarding the latter, I've barely had any breast growth two years in so it hasn't really been much of an issue. Like I wouldn't be able to go swimming in public but with a shirt on it's not even noticeable. Honestly I'd be happy if I at least looked androgynous, but I just look like an ordinary cis dude with long hair. The average clean shaven guy under 30 looks more feminine than I do. :(
What dose of estrogen are you on? A lot of MtF girls get put on low doses of estrogen with ridiculous schedules, like 2mg once in the morning or something. I highly suggest you take a look at this video, and perhaps even refer it to the doctor administrating your HRT.
Consider this, US Doctors still think it's okay to give you a diuretic to "block" testosterone. You pee out testosterone (and other nutrients) and make it so you easily get potassium poisoning. Meanwhile there are various pills which chemically castrate you (blocks your testosterone). The average doctor isn't an expert on transitioning, in fact the average doctor probably never had a transgender patient in their entire career. So it's really up to us to understand what's going on in the entire process.