hello who and everyone!who wrote:Astrogirl,
I read several accounts (from a Canadian forum) that when goretex was removed, it took out small chunks of their nose bone and flesh with it... resulting in a mishapened nose.
You may be right... I can't say what is right and what is wrong. Afterall, they are doctors, and I'm not... and it seems that many medical papers say opposite things regarding nose implants.
It's not an easy choice. Thanks for sharing your information, by the way.
ellin18 wrote:Hi Grumpy,
When i did my nose, I still had filler around the bridge. Therefore, my bruises were quite jia lat (bad). Dr Chuang may have tried to squeeze the filler out. I had panda eyes for two good weeks.
As for chin, Dr Chuang have to re-stitch some parts of the wound because the wound opened (ate solid food) he..he..he.. After 2-3 weeks then I can see my face shape. Now it has been a month, all of my stiches have fallen off except one. Tightness can still be felt around the jaw esp the area below my lip. I still cant get used to my new chin. My lip alignment has changed and I cant really talk properly. Some of words are hard to say. Sometimes im wondering how i look when i smile. lol
takuda wrote: so happy for you that 3mm is sufficient, maybe u had a good nose to start with. i dont know, but i find carol cheng and dawn yang's nose disturbing(maybe after i read more about rhino), or is it the quality of the silicon? urs is a well job done, we have to say, but we cannot deny that there are weird and awkard looking white shadows(and they was someone in this forum who even said silicon CHANGES into different colours). but well, since it is the more popular choice against gortex, i guess it should be quite alright, afterall, it can be removed easily.
Wow me scare scare cos if I doing Ps in overseas.if thing happen how Hah?FlyingMice wrote:I was looking through youtube and found this video stating that a girl died from rhinplasty... Scary man.. How come nose job can takes a person life. Im wondering before getting a nose job done, can patient do a full checkup to ensure that he/she is not allegy to any of the medication given.
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