yup, it will shrink over the next few mthsMs Juice wrote:which means nw its consider swollen am i right to say so??
cos i feel my alar isnt tat small, lye wat i wanted
it was still tender for up to like 2 mths plus, but mine was done from inside the mouth... my chin was a bit long for a while, think took half a yr to finally shrink to an acceptable size to me... before that i always felt i look like the joker from batmanInferno wrote:@Adarvark,
One question for you.. for how long did you feel bit uncomfortable after chin-augmentation? I feel bit stretched and mildly painful while smiling, having a big bite or yawning.. (Its has been three weeks for my PS though, shouldnt it be quite normal now?)
sure, go right ahead, would take my mind off my swollen face!yunli wrote:i want to go end april.
anyone planning to go then? can keep each other motivated...
and aadvark..do you mind if i add you to msn?
promise i'll not bother you too much!
basically, patience everyone!boii18 wrote:i heard tt tipplasty being soft tissue surgery will heal longer than other aspects of nose surgery which deal with the bone aspects such as osteotomy to reduce nose bridge width ( bony union is achieved at 6 weeks ). i hear that our cartilage do not receive blood and thus they are pretty well much on their own when it comes to healing. soft tissue does not de-harden completely until 1 year. this includes alarplasty. most p.s. suggest that in complete rhino ( or soft tissue rhino ) , semifinal results occur at 3 months, and complete results only occur at year 1 or year 2.
nara does cutting to remove the fats, then stitch back, but of cos this is more invasive, so healing time will take longeryunli wrote:oh..i just was wondering since for rhino, its like you wake up and bingo! new nose..
but if you are doing double eyelids at same time...do you need to be awake to blink your eyes or something..
saw this video on double suture method..does sound rather convincing!!
the one dr nara does is the normal stitching/suture method?
would appreciate answers very very very much..so sick of looking so oriental. sigh
I did 2 lipo in spore and I used Mederma..it does help to smopoth out scars but my doc said it is actually just a very good moistuiser but it is still good to help the skin to recover faster if u moisturise it well....momoko wrote:omg, Mederma cream n Sineech are 2 different things.
Mederma is a cream for scars.
i bought mine in Guardian in JB, i tink sg should have too. about RM30 for the small tube. Only used it for 2 days so far so cant say much about the result yet.
I am also considering gtg to either Yanhee or Nara but I read a few comments abt Nara that patient actually woke up during the lipo and it is really painful. So did u do yr lipo at Yanhee? Is the results good? Was it painful during the procedure? sorry for so many questions as I am really worrried. thanks.dreampotion wrote:after reading considerable raves about yanhee,
i intend to go them for liposuction and possibly eyelid (if i save enough $!)
most prob in December this year or april during my school hols or BOTH! .
but im still a PS virgin, a little uncertain, still reading up,
do you guys have any sources to before and after photos done by yanhee/ nara surgeons?
ats_syd wrote:You can choose to have either silicone or saline. He only uses round implants. He will explain to you the pros and cons of both , and also where you want the incisions to be.dreamerr wrote: Hi, since you had your BA with Dr. Nara, Would you like to share with us with more spesificaly, like What implant did he use, and how was the result?
can we choose what implant we want?
Do you need to come back to see Dr. Nara after 7-10 days of post operation?
and when we're staying for one night in hospital, can someone stay over with us for accompanion?
You can have someone staying with you in the hospital, there's an extra bed in the room,and a tv too.
I only saw Dr Nara once after the op (the next day),I went back to KL on the third day post op. Removed stiches on the 5th day in KL.
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