If a person surgically changed their appearance (for example, a nose or facial contours), will the child have the same old features of that person? Why?

If a person surgically changed their appearance (for example, a nose or facial contours), will the child have the same old features of that person? Why?

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Answers (2)

Answer 1
October, 2020

Plastic surgery, I am sure, refers to combinative variability, all the signs of which are not inherited. So, the appearance of the child will be similar to the old, preoperative, appearance of the parent.

Answer 2
October, 2020

The child will have the genes of the parents, therefore, will take from the natural appearance of the parents, and not acquired. This is logical. Genes are not affected by surgery.

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