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Re: Rhinoplasty in Korea

Postby boii18 » Sun, 24 Jan 2010 5:11 pm

bettyw wrote:
wondergirl wrote:
ladyfingal wrote:Hi Wondergirl,

Which doctor are you going to consult in Korea? I'll be going to Korea on 29Sept to consult Dr Jung DH for rhinoplasty. How long will you be staying in Korea?
You can also email me at ladyfingal@yahoo.com.sg

Thanks and good luck!!


HI ladyfingal,

I have replied you @ ur email above.
Dr jung is famous for rhinoplasty.
Anyone of you know any doctor famous for eye?

thank you


hi does anyone know of any famous doc for revisional eyelids? i got such a botched job at bandops.com with Dr Cho in Korea, he is so unprofessional. if anyone wants more details do PM me. And pls let me know if there's any famous eye doctors anywhere in Taiwan, Hong Kong or Soeul

thank you


hi, avoid dr chuang of wishclinic.

can try dr su . she's totally honest. www.dr-su.com. went to consult with her once.

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Re: rhinoplasty

Postby gwenmel0n » Tue, 26 Jan 2010 8:52 pm

babe, do you have msn? i intend to do the same there. wanna enquire some stuff.. add me pls x_gwenn@hotmail.com
onlyakiss wrote:I just had rhinoplasty - nasal implant + tipoplasty, with a Dr Tong who works through Cosmedic Jetaways. I love my new nose! (sorry no piccies 'cos I'm shy). I know he's not as well-known as the others mentioned on this forum, but he is very senior in his hospital and popular with the Thais as well. He told me that putting a nasal implant alone would not be aesthetically complete in my case, cos higher bridge + no tip (I hardly had a tip) = strange. I was reluctant at first cause I was worried about swelling, but it actually went down faster than I thought. He also said to be careful, some surgeons will insist on doing implant only (previously I had sent photos to another surgeon, he insisted on implant only) cause implant only is easier money to make, and by adding tipoplasty. the surgeon doesn't raise the price by much, but tipo is a tricky, TRICKY thing to do.
I was also told that he is one of the only surgeons in Thailand who does breast implants through an armpit incison - no obvious scarring in the long-term, but takes a lot longer to do than normal under the boobs incision. He actually pioneered the technique.
Also Cosmedic Jetaways took care of me very well, sweet reps there - Dani who's an Englishman and a local girl Nang.

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PS with Dr Chuang

Postby psgirl » Thu, 28 Jan 2010 5:58 pm

Hi,

I had a reply from Dr Chuang on double eyelids surgery.

For more information, you can check out www.christinekosite.com

I posted my past experiences and the cost of double eyelids surgery that Dr Chuang quoted me there as well.

Cheers!

psgirl

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Postby rin777 » Sat, 30 Jan 2010 5:29 pm

jamie82 wrote:
cersepn wrote:
Mintan wrote:Dr Kim Byung Gung from BK Clinic is the most famous plastic surgeon in South Korea.

Heard he is also very good with eyes. You can try emailling him about your condition.

He has pretty bad rep in the purseblog forum.


Dr. Kim is just....too commercialised. The descriptions of those who went to him sound like a factory production line.

Don't expect a personal experience and close patient doctor relationship, and followup might not be good, he's the super busy type of doctor.

He's definitely known for eyelids but I'd be cautious about the rest.


usually very good doctors do not have time to sit down and talk to you.but he definitely delivers results..and i heard he is good with eyes.don't know about the rest..
i've seen many who go to him come back with gorgeous eyes..but he is really expensive

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Postby hkgurl1480 » Tue, 09 Feb 2010 10:48 am

rin777 wrote:
jamie82 wrote:
cersepn wrote:
Mintan wrote:Dr Kim Byung Gung from BK Clinic is the most famous plastic surgeon in South Korea.

Heard he is also very good with eyes. You can try emailling him about your condition.

He has pretty bad rep in the purseblog forum.


Dr. Kim is just....too commercialised. The descriptions of those who went to him sound like a factory production line.

Don't expect a personal experience and close patient doctor relationship, and followup might not be good, he's the super busy type of doctor.

He's definitely known for eyelids but I'd be cautious about the rest.


usually very good doctors do not have time to sit down and talk to you.but he definitely delivers results..and i heard he is good with eyes.don't know about the rest..
i've seen many who go to him come back with gorgeous eyes..but he is really expensive


My SO recently had some work done by Dr Preeyaphas in BKK. While I was there i saw the work he did on other patient's eyes....just amazing.
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Postby cheezecake » Thu, 11 Feb 2010 10:31 pm

anyone did smartlipo / laser lipolysis in SG?

How much did it cost you? i called Nu U Aesthetics and they quoted me a minimum of $3k.

Pls help!

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Re: rhinoplasty

Postby cheezecake » Thu, 11 Feb 2010 10:33 pm

gwenmel0n wrote:babe, do you have msn? i intend to do the same there. wanna enquire some stuff.. add me pls x_gwenn@hotmail.com
onlyakiss wrote:I just had rhinoplasty - nasal implant + tipoplasty, with a Dr Tong who works through Cosmedic Jetaways. I love my new nose! (sorry no piccies 'cos I'm shy). I know he's not as well-known as the others mentioned on this forum, but he is very senior in his hospital and popular with the Thais as well. He told me that putting a nasal implant alone would not be aesthetically complete in my case, cos higher bridge + no tip (I hardly had a tip) = strange. I was reluctant at first cause I was worried about swelling, but it actually went down faster than I thought. He also said to be careful, some surgeons will insist on doing implant only (previously I had sent photos to another surgeon, he insisted on implant only) cause implant only is easier money to make, and by adding tipoplasty. the surgeon doesn't raise the price by much, but tipo is a tricky, TRICKY thing to do.
I was also told that he is one of the only surgeons in Thailand who does breast implants through an armpit incison - no obvious scarring in the long-term, but takes a lot longer to do than normal under the boobs incision. He actually pioneered the technique.
Also Cosmedic Jetaways took care of me very well, sweet reps there - Dani who's an Englishman and a local girl Nang.



Hi, do they do smartlipo?

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Double eyelid revision to make crease smaller

Postby plasticgirl » Tue, 16 Feb 2010 2:28 pm

Hi!

Just wondering if anyone had any successful double eyelid revision to make the crease smaller? And with whom? My crease is 6mm and it's been 3 months. Still very thick, deep and unnatural. I had it done to fix ptosis and now I really regret it. The ptosis look way better than what I have now.

PM me if you can't name your surgeon... if there are surgeons to avoid, please let me know too!

Thanks,
PG

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Postby marcopoly » Sun, 28 Feb 2010 11:52 am

lotion wrote:i am going hat yai on 18dec for breast surgery/boob job/ breast augmentation with dr puttisak, he quoted me 45000 baht including one night stay. shud i go stay at lee gardens plaza or kosit hotel which is nearby his clinic? anyone tried kosit hotel before? dr puttisak boob job ok or not?


Hi lotion,
Have you done you PS with Dr Puttisak? was it OK? Is the clinic looks clean and safe?
Tks for your reply.

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hat yai

Postby krispy » Tue, 02 Mar 2010 11:21 am

this is my first post, jus signed up. will be going to thailand in :)
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Postby Aries4 » Thu, 04 Mar 2010 6:21 pm

Hi, new to this forum, but i've been researching plastic surgery for the longest time =)

is anyone keen on going to korea this year for surgery? prob jul or aug.. would love company as i'd rather not travel alone~

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Postby alvin82 » Fri, 05 Mar 2010 11:31 am

i plan to do nose surgery, anyone can intro?
thank :)

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Group surgery

Postby Scorpio28 » Fri, 05 Mar 2010 9:49 pm

Anyone keen on going abroad Taiwan or Korea for surgery in June?

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Postby hana_marie » Sun, 14 Mar 2010 9:10 pm

missfoxxxy wrote:I'm going to dr kao on the 27th, will be in taiwan from 26 jan to 6th feb, anybody else? Lmk soon :)

mwahmwah girlies!! <3



hi, is it dr. kao chuan hsiang? do you know if he does fillers for the nose to make it slightly longer/higher? cos i'm not ready to do the real thing yet. :(


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