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Mesotherapy

Postby plump girl » Sun, 12 Jun 2005 5:25 pm

Hi,

Anyone has mesotherapy done? Is it effective?

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Postby dearboy » Sun, 12 Jun 2005 8:18 pm

i injured my eyebrow when i am young... 3-4years old.. didn't even know how the damn hell i injure... is there any place i can go for a restore?? any help??? gonna let it regrow? or implant?

need serious help thanks :cry:

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Postby ... » Sun, 12 Jun 2005 10:18 pm

Apple1 wrote:Hi Hilda,
Sorry can't recmmend a doc from SGH for tummy tuck since I have not personally enquired abt this. Perhaps someone who has done research on and went ahead with it can advise you. Because docs from SGH don't talk alot, it appears that they don't show much interest in you, you leave the room still in doubt. This is esp so if the procedure is for aesthetic reason (not medical-related purposes).


I have been to both Dr WW (Camden), Dr MH (Paragon) and a few docs in SGH. Think u can go to Dr Colin Song for a constructive consultation. He is a nice and responsible doctor. Had a procedure done by him. V happy. But I havent done tumy tuck before. But I think he can offer good advice. =)

question

Postby question » Mon, 13 Jun 2005 12:51 pm

Hi, has anyone done an injection rhinoplasty?
Wonder how effective it would be for an Asian nose, since the size of the nose wont change...I am intending to have it done with Dr Woffles Wu....Any comments appreciated!! :)

ukchinesegirl

Postby ukchinesegirl » Tue, 14 Jun 2005 2:30 am

iv read about the injection filler nose job thing, its mainly for the bridge of the nose isnt it? to build it up higher.

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Tummy Tuck

Postby TummyUgly » Tue, 14 Jun 2005 6:57 pm

Apple1 wrote:I had a procedure done at SGH, result is ok. Consultation is very short, book a date for the surgery and send you off. Doctors are competent & professional, but don't expect any personalised care during and post-surgery.


Can anyone between Dr Leslie Kewk and Dr Martin Huang, who is a better choice for tummy tuck. Do u have a breakdown of charges including hospitalization ? Is it painful ?


A grateful mum

question

Postby question » Wed, 15 Jun 2005 1:04 pm

So, i went to Woffles Wu & did my nose filler. Its rather subtle, no one, including my hubby realised! Rather expensive thou, final bill for the cheapest filler (will last up to 6 mths) - came to $2200! Might consider something more permanent if i decide to redo it in 6 months....

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Postby mama with 3 kids » Thu, 16 Jun 2005 11:33 am

Hi Apple 1,
Thanks so much for your advise. It is not comforting at all if they show no interest in the patients. Hope I can get some advise from people who had done that or enquired at SGH. Am considering doing it in Phuket, Thailand. Have been in contact with a surgeon there and he seems very honest with what can and cannot be done etc.

Once again, thanks Apple 1,
Hilda

Apple1 wrote:Hi Hilda,
Sorry can't recmmend a doc from SGH for tummy tuck since I have not personally enquired abt this. Perhaps someone who has done research on and went ahead with it can advise you. Because docs from SGH don't talk alot, it appears that they don't show much interest in you, you leave the room still in doubt. This is esp so if the procedure is for aesthetic reason (not medical-related purposes).
Cheers!

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Postby mama with 3 kids » Thu, 16 Jun 2005 11:39 am

Hi Guest,
Thanks for your recommendation. I think I'll book an appointment to see Dr Colin Song at SGH. My concern has been which doc to see at SGH since they have so many there and their reputation for not talking much worries me as one need information to make decision.

Cheers.
Hilda

... wrote:
Apple1 wrote:Hi Hilda,
Sorry can't recmmend a doc from SGH for tummy tuck since I have not personally enquired abt this. Perhaps someone who has done research on and went ahead with it can advise you. Because docs from SGH don't talk alot, it appears that they don't show much interest in you, you leave the room still in doubt. This is esp so if the procedure is for aesthetic reason (not medical-related purposes).


I have been to both Dr WW (Camden), Dr MH (Paragon) and a few docs in SGH. Think u can go to Dr Colin Song for a constructive consultation. He is a nice and responsible doctor. Had a procedure done by him. V happy. But I havent done tumy tuck before. But I think he can offer good advice. =)

Guest

Postby Guest » Thu, 16 Jun 2005 3:15 pm

mama with 3 kids wrote:Hi Guest,
Thanks for your recommendation. I think I'll book an appointment to see Dr Colin Song at SGH. My concern has been which doc to see at SGH since they have so many there and their reputation for not talking much worries me as one need information to make decision.

Cheers.
Hilda

... wrote:
Apple1 wrote:Hi Hilda,
Sorry can't recmmend a doc from SGH for tummy tuck since I have not personally enquired abt this. Perhaps someone who has done research on and went ahead with it can advise you. Because docs from SGH don't talk alot, it appears that they don't show much interest in you, you leave the room still in doubt. This is esp so if the procedure is for aesthetic reason (not medical-related purposes).


I have been to both Dr WW (Camden), Dr MH (Paragon) and a few docs in SGH. Think u can go to Dr Colin Song for a constructive consultation. He is a nice and responsible doctor. Had a procedure done by him. V happy. But I havent done tumy tuck before. But I think he can offer good advice. =)


Hi Hilda,

I can understand the frsutration of having such a personal problem. I think Dr Colin Song is great. It will really help if u can prepare a list of questions before the consultation, to avoid any queries that u may forgot to clarify. To be honest, I just came back from my post-op consultation the other day with him, and the clinic was so packed. However, i dare say that Dr Song will do his best if he were to do the procedure for u. Private doctors like Dr MH n DR WW whom I had consulted before are gd. No doubt. But the cost is really high. The price can get 2-3 times higher.

I wish u gd luck! =) :P

...

Postby ... » Thu, 16 Jun 2005 3:17 pm

Anonymous wrote:
mama with 3 kids wrote:Hi Guest,
Thanks for your recommendation. I think I'll book an appointment to see Dr Colin Song at SGH. My concern has been which doc to see at SGH since they have so many there and their reputation for not talking much worries me as one need information to make decision.

Cheers.
Hilda

... wrote:
Apple1 wrote:Hi Hilda,
Sorry can't recmmend a doc from SGH for tummy tuck since I have not personally enquired abt this. Perhaps someone who has done research on and went ahead with it can advise you. Because docs from SGH don't talk alot, it appears that they don't show much interest in you, you leave the room still in doubt. This is esp so if the procedure is for aesthetic reason (not medical-related purposes).


I have been to both Dr WW (Camden), Dr MH (Paragon) and a few docs in SGH. Think u can go to Dr Colin Song for a constructive consultation. He is a nice and responsible doctor. Had a procedure done by him. V happy. But I havent done tumy tuck before. But I think he can offer good advice. =)


Hi Hilda,

I can understand the frsutration of having such a personal problem. I think Dr Colin Song is great. It will really help if u can prepare a list of questions before the consultation, to avoid any queries that u may forgot to clarify. To be honest, I just came back from my post-op consultation the other day with him, and the clinic was so packed. However, i dare say that Dr Song will do his best if he were to do the procedure for u. Private doctors like Dr MH n DR WW whom I had consulted before are gd. No doubt. But the cost is really high. The price can get 2-3 times higher.

I wish u gd luck! =) :P


I m .... Forgot to identify myself. hee

Guest

Postby Guest » Thu, 16 Jun 2005 3:24 pm

... wrote:
Anonymous wrote:
mama with 3 kids wrote:Hi Guest,
Thanks for your recommendation. I think I'll book an appointment to see Dr Colin Song at SGH. My concern has been which doc to see at SGH since they have so many there and their reputation for not talking much worries me as one need information to make decision.

Cheers.
Hilda

... wrote:
Apple1 wrote:Hi Hilda,
Sorry can't recmmend a doc from SGH for tummy tuck since I have not personally enquired abt this. Perhaps someone who has done research on and went ahead with it can advise you. Because docs from SGH don't talk alot, it appears that they don't show much interest in you, you leave the room still in doubt. This is esp so if the procedure is for aesthetic reason (not medical-related purposes).


I have been to both Dr WW (Camden), Dr MH (Paragon) and a few docs in SGH. Think u can go to Dr Colin Song for a constructive consultation. He is a nice and responsible doctor. Had a procedure done by him. V happy. But I havent done tumy tuck before. But I think he can offer good advice. =)


Hi Hilda,

I can understand the frsutration of having such a personal problem. I think Dr Colin Song is great. It will really help if u can prepare a list of questions before the consultation, to avoid any queries that u may forgot to clarify. To be honest, I just came back from my post-op consultation the other day with him, and the clinic was so packed. However, i dare say that Dr Song will do his best if he were to do the procedure for u. Private doctors like Dr MH n DR WW whom I had consulted before are gd. No doubt. But the cost is really high. The price can get 2-3 times higher.

I wish u gd luck! =) :P


I m .... Forgot to identify myself. hee


By the way, I really hope that u wun do it in thailand, if given a choice. I really think surgery is one area where quality cannot be compromise by lower costs. U dont want complications to occur in an attempt to correct an existing problem. I mean, having consulted quite a no of doctors, I feel that it is too risky to go overseas for surgery. Post-operative care would most likely be compromised. But I cant say for sure that surgery is thailand is not gd. But dont take the risk. I m sure ur body is worth more than the cost savings. I have considered to do my procedure in thailand too. fortunately, i changed my mind after a few consultations with local doctors, coz of incidents of complications in other patients.

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Postby mama with 3 kids » Sat, 18 Jun 2005 1:04 pm

Hi Guest (Hee?)
I've booked an appt to see Dr Colin Song on 4Jul. Will arm myself with a list of questions as you suggested. Thanks so much for your recommendation.

Cheers,
Hilda

Anonymous wrote:
mama with 3 kids wrote:Hi Guest,
Thanks for your recommendation. I think I'll book an appointment to see Dr Colin Song at SGH. My concern has been which doc to see at SGH since they have so many there and their reputation for not talking much worries me as one need information to make decision.

Cheers.
Hilda

... wrote:
Apple1 wrote:Hi Hilda,
Sorry can't recmmend a doc from SGH for tummy tuck since I have not personally enquired abt this. Perhaps someone who has done research on and went ahead with it can advise you. Because docs from SGH don't talk alot, it appears that they don't show much interest in you, you leave the room still in doubt. This is esp so if the procedure is for aesthetic reason (not medical-related purposes).


I have been to both Dr WW (Camden), Dr MH (Paragon) and a few docs in SGH. Think u can go to Dr Colin Song for a constructive consultation. He is a nice and responsible doctor. Had a procedure done by him. V happy. But I havent done tumy tuck before. But I think he can offer good advice. =)


Hi Hilda,

I can understand the frsutration of having such a personal problem. I think Dr Colin Song is great. It will really help if u can prepare a list of questions before the consultation, to avoid any queries that u may forgot to clarify. To be honest, I just came back from my post-op consultation the other day with him, and the clinic was so packed. However, i dare say that Dr Song will do his best if he were to do the procedure for u. Private doctors like Dr MH n DR WW whom I had consulted before are gd. No doubt. But the cost is really high. The price can get 2-3 times higher.

I wish u gd luck! =) :P
Cheers!

Guest

Postby Guest » Sat, 18 Jun 2005 3:33 pm

is colin song good in rhinoplasty too?

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Postby ... » Sat, 18 Jun 2005 8:59 pm

Anonymous wrote:is colin song good in rhinoplasty too?


I m not sure abt that. He didnt do a nose job for me. No harm gng for a consultation with him n ask for pictures to view. Coz i think u shld consult a few doctors until u r comfortable with and confident abt one.

=)


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