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Postby aadvark » Tue, 01 Apr 2008 1:30 am

mbk wrote:aadvark: How are your jaw implants? would like to hear all the details...thanks :)


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Ok, here's my right jaw on the 19th day. Dr Pat said that my left jaw is less developed than my right jaw (which wld explain why my right side of face has always been bigger and I suffer lockjaw from time to time), therefore he carved a slightly larger implant for my left jaw.

hence, my left jaw is more swollen than my right jaw, and will prob take longer to heal. it's not very obvious that left side is bigger becos with the bigger implant, now both sides are more balanced, but left jaw has more swelling, which has caused numbness in the area below my lower left lip. I do hope it's just numb and not some nerve damage. I encountered the same numbness when i went for lipo in dec, but it faded after a month or so.

thus, i have posted only my right jaw so far. right jaw still a bit swollen, hopefully it will go away and leave an even more defined jawline in time :)

The front view still looks a bit wide, but if i use my chin implant experience as a guide, it will continue shrinking to maybe half or 3/5 of its current size. at least i pray that it will follow the same healing pattern, else i will permanently have a big face :P
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Postby boii18 » Tue, 01 Apr 2008 7:02 am

Don't be so upset. I think if all fails, you could use botox to de-widen your face, but maintain the same angle. Lets hope it works out though.
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Postby aadvark » Tue, 01 Apr 2008 12:29 pm

Wow, one forumer from the other thread has come out to tell people about her surgeries in Korea.

www . asiaone . com/Travel/News/Story/A1Story20080331-57189.html

You have to get rid of the extra spaces yourself else the URL will be censored by the forum
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Postby wteng » Tue, 01 Apr 2008 1:22 pm

very huge difference between the before and after, that is jang btw right?
Is it true that if the silicone is not high enuff for the nose, the surgeon can actually use goretex as another layer to prop it up?

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Postby momoko » Tue, 01 Apr 2008 1:43 pm

aadvark wrote:Wow, one forumer from the other thread has come out to tell people about her surgeries in Korea.

www . asiaone . com/Travel/News/Story/A1Story20080331-57189.html

You have to get rid of the extra spaces yourself else the URL will be censored by the forum


i found the article. it was on newpaper ytd.

http:// newpaper. asia1. com .sg/news/story/0,4136,160653,00.html
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Postby aadvark » Tue, 01 Apr 2008 1:44 pm

wteng wrote:very huge difference between the before and after, that is jang btw right?
Is it true that if the silicone is not high enuff for the nose, the surgeon can actually use goretex as another layer to prop it up?


hmmm, that does not make sense, why wld the silicone not be high enough in the first place? Unless you mean there is dissatisfaction with the bridge height and u r adding goretex as part of the revision.

Not sure about that. But i would raise some questions:

1) wun that be 2 diff layers in the nose and higher chances of shifting if the 2 materials glide over each other?

2) since u gonna open up ur nose again to slide the other layer in, you might as well just change the entire implant?
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Postby wteng » Tue, 01 Apr 2008 3:42 pm

cos i tot one of the forumers actually did that too with dr tseng... dont know why spore ps doesnt get what i mean when i say high and sharp, or maybe my expectations are of thse korean's high type. I even brought pics there to show him what i wanted........ hai..... are those koreans's nose of just simple augmentation or combined with many procedures? theirs is really sharp and high.

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Postby boii18 » Tue, 01 Apr 2008 3:43 pm

with tip work ba
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Postby aadvark » Tue, 01 Apr 2008 4:47 pm

wteng wrote:cos i tot one of the forumers actually did that too with dr tseng... dont know why spore ps doesnt get what i mean when i say high and sharp, or maybe my expectations are of thse korean's high type. I even brought pics there to show him what i wanted........ hai..... are those koreans's nose of just simple augmentation or combined with many procedures? theirs is really sharp and high.


it really depends on what sort of nose they have originally.

people with high bridges obviously dun need any augmentation for bridge, narrow noses dun need alar, and sharp noses dun need tipoplasty...

as usual, do ur PS abroad, not locally :D
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Postby nosecraze » Tue, 01 Apr 2008 11:54 pm

hey guys,
After an extremely long and tedious journey of browsing thru almost 100 pages of this thread. (its worth it though)
I've pretty much decided to have my nose done by Dr Nara, Bangkok, Hadyai.
I know i'm looking to do a rhino and an alar.
But i'm still pretty much a noob in this.
Will u guys recommend silicon or wad other material for the implant and Rhinoplasty refers to nose augmentation right??

Btw, is it safe to say rhinoplasty with Dr Nara will cost abt 10, 000 baht?


Thanks all!!

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Postby adonz » Wed, 02 Apr 2008 12:28 am

aadvark wrote:nope, no compression garments, apparently he does not believe in it...
You can get your own, main brands being Design Veronique and Marena.
Think some forumers do sell it, just look thru the thread :)


aadvark, do u know the reason y nara does not believe in compression garment?

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Postby yunli » Wed, 02 Apr 2008 12:51 am

aadvark wrote:Wow, one forumer from the other thread has come out to tell people about her surgeries in Korea.

www . asiaone . com/Travel/News/Story/A1Story20080331-57189.html

You have to get rid of the extra spaces yourself else the URL will be censored by the forum


shes very brave eh.

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Postby yunli » Wed, 02 Apr 2008 12:54 am

aadvark!

does dr nara give a splint for the nose to hold it in place?

or i better get it on my own?

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Postby yunli » Wed, 02 Apr 2008 12:56 am

nosecraze wrote:hey guys,
After an extremely long and tedious journey of browsing thru almost 100 pages of this thread. (its worth it though)
I've pretty much decided to have my nose done by Dr Nara, Bangkok, Hadyai.
I know i'm looking to do a rhino and an alar.
But i'm still pretty much a noob in this.
Will u guys recommend silicon or wad other material for the implant and Rhinoplasty refers to nose augmentation right??

Btw, is it safe to say rhinoplasty with Dr Nara will cost abt 10, 000 baht?


Thanks all!!


think if its dr nara..only silicon implants eh.

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Postby aadvark » Wed, 02 Apr 2008 12:57 am

adonz wrote:
aadvark wrote:nope, no compression garments, apparently he does not believe in it...
You can get your own, main brands being Design Veronique and Marena.
Think some forumers do sell it, just look thru the thread :)


aadvark, do u know the reason y nara does not believe in compression garment?


no idea, he's a man of few words, haha :D
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