flymetothemoon wrote:One of the disadvantage of silicone implant due to its rigid structure and material. as posted from singaporebrides forum (poster : passingby)
Any good nose job surgeon for recommendation? As I've went for a nose implant in 2004 and nasal reduction in 2005 done locally. However, someone knocked onto my nose in late 2005 and caused my implant shifted. Hence, I need to re-do my nose But, the surgery was a failure, which resulted a scar on my nose tip - detented. As a result, now I need to do a scar-revision. But, I would like to ask for any good recommendation as this will be my 5th surgery if I would to go for a scar revision and nose implant. Hence, pls help (a reasonable price and good surgeon - I m looking for, as I have spent a total of $20k for nothing) }
This is sooo...scary...i cant imagine having to return to sch, n get my nose pinched n knocked by my frens....omg, if my research has been accurate, after 1-3months... ur nose wont shift ard alr..
during the 1st month upon nose job, yes will shift a bit, so u nd to use finger pressure to shift it back to the original position.
Am i right?
Is my research distorted? urgg....damn [/quote]
half rite half wrong bah.
rite, yes the 1st 3 months or so, he nose still can shift abit, thus those who sleep at their sides betta watchout. however the movement of implants can be due to the doc placement and also ur nose's own structure..
like my friend, his implant can still move a little bit even after 1 yr plus..sick..
however since i have no exp nor know anyone who does goretex, thus i cant confirm that it wont move after 3 months. however, from what i assume, since the cells can grow abit around the goretex, thus the holding grip should be betta than silicone which doesnt have this benefit. even textured silicone implant doesnt do much help.