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Postby astar » Fri, 20 Jul 2007 2:16 am

http://bp3.blogger.com/_Bp_mnaEwCOc/RpY ... G_0059.JPG

http://bp2.blogger.com/_Bp_mnaEwCOc/Rby ... C_0443.JPG

you guys can compare these 2 links i guess.. the photos after she had done her surgery (i'm not THAT sure. just pretty sure) cannot be expanded so they are on the small side but those past photos can be enlarged. hope i managed to be of help to those interested in double eyelid surgery :)

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Postby kwelll » Fri, 20 Jul 2007 8:20 am

astar wrote:http://bp3.blogger.com/_Bp_mnaEwCOc/RpY-6sIp_gI/AAAAAAAACco/vuopORMji_w/s400/IMG_0059.JPG

http://bp2.blogger.com/_Bp_mnaEwCOc/Rby ... C_0443.JPG

you guys can compare these 2 links i guess.. the photos after she had done her surgery (i'm not THAT sure. just pretty sure) cannot be expanded so they are on the small side but those past photos can be enlarged. hope i managed to be of help to those interested in double eyelid surgery :)


Oh yes.... Its very obvious to me (I can detect such things quite easily hehe) and her fold is medium in size and parellel type - I think its quite well done and this was done at least 2 months ago. Whilst it makes her eyes look fresher, I dont think it did anything to brighten her eyes because most orientals do not have a deep eye socket like those of Malays or Indians etc...which to me is very attractive. Nonetheless, its suits her face.

I wonder why her nose isn`t enchanced ????

LOL

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Postby ellin18 » Fri, 20 Jul 2007 9:25 am

Hi All,

Many thanks for your concern. Dr Chuang used mephor for my chin and silicon for my nose. I am quite disappointed with my nose actually because it is very natural. Dr Chuang just made my bridge slightly higher. He likes natural results. So, my advise to those who want to go for him to communicate what kind of results you want.

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Postby takuda » Fri, 20 Jul 2007 6:22 pm

Jang wrote:Hi takuda,

This is the website for Dr BC Ng, you can try to e-mail him directly or call him on his mobile.

http://www.bcng.com.sg/

Cheers :wink:


ok, thanks!
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Postby FlyingMice » Fri, 20 Jul 2007 6:40 pm

I have sent over a email to Dr BC NG and ask him for photos of his work on rhinoplasty. but he does not have any picture. Im not sure if anyone have been there for rhinoplasty? How's the result? 1.2k for rhinoplasty is really very cheap but i have never see his skill before........

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Postby takuda » Fri, 20 Jul 2007 7:17 pm

FlyingMice wrote:I have sent over a email to Dr BC NG and ask him for photos of his work on rhinoplasty. but he does not have any picture. Im not sure if anyone have been there for rhinoplasty? How's the result? 1.2k for rhinoplasty is really very cheap but i have never see his skill before........


i guess that doesn't mean he's not good, just that he does not specialise so much on rhinoplasty, like what other forummers say, people RAVE for his laser, like how people love dr jung's rhino, so i guess, if u just need a simple silicon implant insertion, he will do the job. doubt he does full rhino, thats why its cheaper. :)
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Postby kwelll » Fri, 20 Jul 2007 9:11 pm

ellin18 wrote:Hi All,

Many thanks for your concern. Dr Chuang used mephor for my chin and silicon for my nose. I am quite disappointed with my nose actually because it is very natural. Dr Chuang just made my bridge slightly higher. He likes natural results. So, my advise to those who want to go for him to communicate what kind of results you want.

Cheers


Right! Do you like your chin then? Did the mephor improve your chin or at least the profile? How does it feel like? Bone? I wanted to use this material but just not sure if it works out fine. I just dislike the idea of silicone all over your face !!!! LOL

How much did you pay?

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Mephor

Postby ellin18 » Fri, 20 Jul 2007 9:44 pm

Dear Kwell,

I do like my chin but the healing process is quite slow. I can only eat soft food like porridge. You need a lot of patient if you wanna go for this.

Definately! After chin surgery, my profile looks more prominent. Further, my oval shaped face is more defined especially when i am prone to get double chin at certain angle. It feels exactly like bone.

The Dr charged me NT60,000 (roughly SGD2,850) for this. It is quite reasonable actually.

I do hope I am able to answer all of your question.

Cheers

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Postby foubelle » Sat, 21 Jul 2007 12:06 am

so our chin is now hard?

what is the main difference(touch wise) between sillicon. goretex and this new bone like material?

cos from what i observe, the chin is normally not very hard, in fact it's qite soft. you can feel the bone inside but it's a lot softer than say the nose?

how does your's feels like and how did he insert it? and where is the placement?

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Postby kwelll » Sat, 21 Jul 2007 12:41 am

foubelle wrote:so our chin is now hard?

what is the main difference(touch wise) between sillicon. goretex and this new bone like material?

cos from what i observe, the chin is normally not very hard, in fact it's qite soft. you can feel the bone inside but it's a lot softer than say the nose?

how does your's feels like and how did he insert it? and where is the placement?


Silicone and Gortex feel and look the same although the former might be alittle softer and easier to shape. Mephor is really a substitute for bone and it allows our own tissues to grow into and around it so very much safe and natural prevents displacement etc. Its particularly good for those who wish a defined chin expecially in a man or those who has "no" chin receding ones.

The implant is inserted under your lips inside your mouth small pocket OR via incision underneath the chin where there is visible scarring of course. I dun wana deal with silicone anymore... its terrible to have a silicone face !!! LOL Best to use your own tissues, bone or cartilage etc.

Where do you think this Harisu - the Korean transvesite did all her surgeries (chest, nose, eye, chin, jaw, body) ?? Sappo in Taiwan cos they have a clip about her visiting the clinic!!! Gosh "she" is gorgeous!!!

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Postby Shiyun » Sat, 21 Jul 2007 10:07 am


I Airene Chen Shiyun, apologized for any defamatory statements made against Dr. Martin Huang which seemingly linked the doctor to my unfortunate events.

I had retracted all my libelous statements against Dr. Martin Huang from this forum as at 14/07/07 with deep regrets owing my apology to Dr. Martin Huang.

I wish to highlight to other users who have been discussing my postings online that you are required to delete my postings that are attached to your postings as this may be taken as publication on your part of defamatory statements that were made by me.

From now onwards, I will stop posting anything with regards to Dr. Martin Huang and I will remove myself appropriately from this forum with deep apology for offenses and inconveniences I had incurred.
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Postby astar » Sat, 21 Jul 2007 10:39 am

gosh. here we go again.. this is mental. to think that you've been defending yourself against the accusation that you are irenea so vehemently. as though you are right!

pls.. see a doc. and take your medicine regularly. you really need help. yes i noe, its mean. but its also true.

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Postby Eaindria Creation » Sat, 21 Jul 2007 11:09 am

astar wrote:http://bp3.blogger.com/_Bp_mnaEwCOc/RpY-6sIp_gI/AAAAAAAACco/vuopORMji_w/s400/IMG_0059.JPG

http://bp2.blogger.com/_Bp_mnaEwCOc/Rby ... C_0443.JPG

you guys can compare these 2 links i guess.. the photos after she had done her surgery (i'm not THAT sure. just pretty sure) cannot be expanded so they are on the small side but those past photos can be enlarged. hope i managed to be of help to those interested in double eyelid surgery :)



Wow... :o you are really resourceful...

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Postby sundaymorningstaple » Sat, 21 Jul 2007 11:34 am

Eaindria Creation wrote:Wow... :o you are really resourceful...


You seem to think you are as well.

However, it is obvious you have absolutely nothing of value to contribute (in all 3 of your posts thus far) to any of the threads you have placed messages in, other than to advertise your own website that is. If it becomes any more apparent that you are doing nothing more than spamming your signature link you may find you account locked.

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Postby foubelle » Sat, 21 Jul 2007 4:16 pm

kwell: but i thought goretex allows your cells to grow into and ground it as well? can someone please clarify?


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