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Anyone heading overseas?

Postby soliloquy99 » Wed, 26 Mar 2008 5:06 pm

Hi,

Anyone heading overseas for treatment because of new regulations imposed on doctors in Singapore which do not allow them to perform certain aesthetic procedures?

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Postby boii18 » Wed, 26 Mar 2008 5:11 pm

I have consulted NUH P.S. department about it already. Saw the Dr.

She has used her fingers to shift the silicone implant to midline. The unequal alar was definitely caused by the silicone implant not being straight.

She used flash to take picture of the new silicone position and yes, it is indeed midline now, and alar looks balanced now.

She has given splint to me so that it is held steady at this position.

I have written to Dr Pat about this.

My question is whether the silicone implant will stay in this new position, cause i hope it will. And for how long.
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Postby simplegal84 » Wed, 26 Mar 2008 9:23 pm

anyone has any idea the recovery period for eyebag removal surgery?
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Postby yunli » Wed, 26 Mar 2008 10:03 pm

boii18 wrote:I have consulted NUH P.S. department about it already. Saw the Dr.

She has used her fingers to shift the silicone implant to midline. The unequal alar was definitely caused by the silicone implant not being straight.

She used flash to take picture of the new silicone position and yes, it is indeed midline now, and alar looks balanced now.

She has given splint to me so that it is held steady at this position.

I have written to Dr Pat about this.

My question is whether the silicone implant will stay in this new position, cause i hope it will. And for how long.


oh no, so sorry to hear about this, you must be very worried.

hope that it'll just stay in place and not trouble you too much.

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Postby yunli » Wed, 26 Mar 2008 10:06 pm

aadvark wrote:
suuz wrote:
yunli wrote:
suuz wrote:
yunli wrote:hey,

dr pat said i dont need tiplasty and alarplasty. but may need nostril reduction.

pardon my ignorance..

but isnt alarplasty=nostril reduction?

help help..


This means that the place were your nostrils are attached will stay the same. But he can make the nostril more narrow than a wide hole (meaning they will become less round) by taking a little off a attach at the same point.


thanks suuz!

the same point meaning where the nostrils are attached? that means just taking off some flesh instead of like alarplasty where they cut and reposition?

that makes some sense.

does nara do this? shdnt be that hard i think. but then again im no ps surgeon.

yes that is it, no repositioning just remove some flesh.
Nara, don'tknow, i believe 1 person did alar there or is goint to, but i thought nara does PS, meaning implants, and he also does lipo.

but maybe aadvark knows more?
suuz


i did alarplasty there, so nara does offer alarplasty


thanks aadvark and suuz.

but suuz said it isnt alarplasty. oh well, think i better go bug him when im there and decide.

btw, does dr nara put a splint after the rhinoplasty? and if so, i travel with it back to singapore?

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Postby Inferno » Wed, 26 Mar 2008 11:34 pm

Boii18:
Sorry to hear about the trouble you went thru'. I had the same problem of unequal nostrils which was due to swelling only. During next few weeks, you will notice lotta changes in nose. Sometimes you will feel happy and sometimes you will feel like smashing the mirror.

I am actually thinking to save big time to go for a revision surgery later with some reputed doctor with credible skills and case histories.
One of my friend suggested me to consult this doctor:
http://www.rhinoplasty.net.au/index.php

(Just look at his awesome work in image gallery)But perhaps to pay his consultation and procedures fees, we all may have to rob a bank.. its more than 9K$. :mad:

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Postby pink_fuchsia » Wed, 26 Mar 2008 11:41 pm

hi, anyone keen for PS with dr chuang (taiwan) in may 08? im looking for companion.

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Postby aadvark » Thu, 27 Mar 2008 12:15 am

boii18 wrote:I have consulted NUH P.S. department about it already. Saw the Dr.

She has used her fingers to shift the silicone implant to midline. The unequal alar was definitely caused by the silicone implant not being straight.

She used flash to take picture of the new silicone position and yes, it is indeed midline now, and alar looks balanced now.

She has given splint to me so that it is held steady at this position.

I have written to Dr Pat about this.

My question is whether the silicone implant will stay in this new position, cause i hope it will. And for how long.


my niece knocked my nose the other time, and my implant shirted slightly also... i have since twisted it daily till it seems back in place again, lol :D
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Postby superman0011 » Thu, 27 Mar 2008 12:50 am

aadvark wrote:
boii18 wrote:I have consulted NUH P.S. department about it already. Saw the Dr.

She has used her fingers to shift the silicone implant to midline. The unequal alar was definitely caused by the silicone implant not being straight.

She used flash to take picture of the new silicone position and yes, it is indeed midline now, and alar looks balanced now.

She has given splint to me so that it is held steady at this position.

I have written to Dr Pat about this.

My question is whether the silicone implant will stay in this new position, cause i hope it will. And for how long.


my niece knocked my nose the other time, and my implant shirted slightly also... i have since twisted it daily till it seems back in place again, lol :D



wa how hard did she knock on ur nose ? man cos im quite an active sportsperson ... need to know how bad it is =(

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Postby aadvark » Thu, 27 Mar 2008 5:09 am

superman0011 wrote:
aadvark wrote:
boii18 wrote:I have consulted NUH P.S. department about it already. Saw the Dr.

She has used her fingers to shift the silicone implant to midline. The unequal alar was definitely caused by the silicone implant not being straight.

She used flash to take picture of the new silicone position and yes, it is indeed midline now, and alar looks balanced now.

She has given splint to me so that it is held steady at this position.

I have written to Dr Pat about this.

My question is whether the silicone implant will stay in this new position, cause i hope it will. And for how long.


my niece knocked my nose the other time, and my implant shirted slightly also... i have since twisted it daily till it seems back in place again, lol :D



wa how hard did she knock on ur nose ? man cos im quite an active sportsperson ... need to know how bad it is =(


her head lifted suddenly and hit my nose from below
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Postby aadvark » Thu, 27 Mar 2008 7:01 am

Some of you have been inquiring about how to purchase Sineech from Rachel, well here's her contact: 96371571

And for those doing lipo and need to get Marena compression garments, you can call 90690775
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Postby Inferno » Thu, 27 Mar 2008 9:28 am

@Aadvark:
I have one question for you regarding chin augmentation, is it possible that implant slips from its position? I think docs put that implants with screws or something like that? I have started feeling that perhaps my chin implant has gone behind the chin.. Nt sure though, its just that as swelling has subsided, I feel that i need more chin definition :?

Lol.. i got hit by my niece as well.. she is a toddler and she suddenly lifted her head and it directly came to my swollen nose(when it was just second week after my surgery).. horrible pain!! and the other time, I got hit by a lady in the mall, by mistake her hand hit my nose.. i dropped everything i had in my hands to immediately hold my nose.. she was so inconsiderate and she didnt even say sorry.. (What a b*tch!! :mad:)

@Boii, best of luck.. i hope you wont land in that kinda problem.


Also, does anyone know a good place for skin resurfacing procedure, different options and expected downtime?

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Postby aadvark » Thu, 27 Mar 2008 11:20 am

Inferno wrote:@Aadvark:
I have one question for you regarding chin augmentation, is it possible that implant slips from its position? I think docs put that implants with screws or something like that? I have started feeling that perhaps my chin implant has gone behind the chin.. Nt sure though, its just that as swelling has subsided, I feel that i need more chin definition :?

Lol.. i got hit by my niece as well.. she is a toddler and she suddenly lifted her head and it directly came to my swollen nose(when it was just second week after my surgery).. horrible pain!! and the other time, I got hit by a lady in the mall, by mistake her hand hit my nose.. i dropped everything i had in my hands to immediately hold my nose.. she was so inconsiderate and she didnt even say sorry.. (What a b*tch!! :mad:)

@Boii, best of luck.. i hope you wont land in that kinda problem.


Also, does anyone know a good place for skin resurfacing procedure, different options and expected downtime?


mine doesn't have screws, but it's still in place, it's placed in front of the bone, so i dun think it can slip behind anything
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Postby Ms Juice » Thu, 27 Mar 2008 11:28 am

any1 noe if yanhee does epi??? n hw much?
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Postby daybreakk » Thu, 27 Mar 2008 11:41 am

aadvark wrote:
Inferno wrote:@Aadvark:
I have one question for you regarding chin augmentation, is it possible that implant slips from its position? I think docs put that implants with screws or something like that? I have started feeling that perhaps my chin implant has gone behind the chin.. Nt sure though, its just that as swelling has subsided, I feel that i need more chin definition :?

Lol.. i got hit by my niece as well.. she is a toddler and she suddenly lifted her head and it directly came to my swollen nose(when it was just second week after my surgery).. horrible pain!! and the other time, I got hit by a lady in the mall, by mistake her hand hit my nose.. i dropped everything i had in my hands to immediately hold my nose.. she was so inconsiderate and she didnt even say sorry.. (What a b*tch!! :mad:)

@Boii, best of luck.. i hope you wont land in that kinda problem.


Also, does anyone know a good place for skin resurfacing procedure, different options and expected downtime?


mine doesn't have screws, but it's still in place, it's placed in front of the bone, so i dun think it can slip behind anything


She must be lucky that she didnt meet me coz if someone his me like that i will stop her and scold her if she dont apologise


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