Yes, I agree. I went to SKN for hair removal & they practically tried to shove all & sundry packages down my throat. Very unprofessional. The nurses behaved like those in one of the cheap neighbourhood beauty salons. No doubt that they have a target to meet.charms101 wrote:SKN has terrible service. In the first place, the doctor uses terrible china nurses that cant speak english and practically force packages down your throat. Real low class!purin81 wrote:Yup, agree. Only non invasive procedures n treatmentsgoodearth100 wrote:SKN doesn't perform cosmetic surgery. They only provide procedures that are non-invasive.
Worse still the nurse actually called my house and revealed all details about the procedures to my parents.
Hi there, where did you get yours done? I just had a nose surgery as well. Mine went very well (attributable to the experience of my surgeon plus no doubt, the hefty price tag).regretful28 wrote:Hi, I had a nose surgery with ear cartilage implant for bridge and tip. I hated it so much that I am in total depression now. Will someone tell me if it is possible to take out the ear cartilage fully from the nose, and if my nose will return to my old nose if I take it out as I do not wish to replace with anything else. Or my nose shape will change or it will be very complicated to take out the ear cartilage fully after it is bond with the skin?? I don't seem to find any information on the internet that someone with full ear cartilage nose job removing it.
Oh dear me.. No, i did not augment anything, my nose was already huge as it was I merely reduced the tip, turned it downward slightly (seems to be the same issue you have).regretful28 wrote:I am glad that you are happy with your new nose, may I know which surgeon you went to? Did you augment your nose with only ear cartilage as well? I did not ask for a very nice nose, all I want was to raise my bridge a little, as my original bridge was not too bad, and pull down my slightly upturned nose. I don't want a actress nose, so I did not bring any photo, I just want a more defined nose. But the result now is, my bridge looks very weird, espcially from side view, and there is a hump on my bridge, while probably due to uneven swelling, but the worst and most important is my nose tip, which is my ultimate intention to go under the knife. My nose tip is much more upturned than before and my nostrils are bigger and hence more exposed when view from the front and worst still, I seem to lost my nose tip, not only it is undefined but tip is no longer there, I don't know if you understand what I am trying to say. I take the surgery too lightly and did not do enough research, because now only I found out that to correct an upturn nose is to use septal cartilage instead of ear cartilage. So I definetely need a revision since my surgeon did not even fulfil the most basic thing that I asked for. please let me know who is your surgeon. Thanks.
Yea, it was a very slight downward adjustment, so I didnt need any grafting. He could jus use what excess cartilage I had from the tip of my nose. Actually, i hadn't even thot of adjusting the tip downwards; but post surgery, I guess it does make some senseregretful28 wrote:Hi Lee Ann, may I know how your surgeon manage to bring down your tip, with septal cartilage?
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