aadvark wrote: sammyboi wrote:
the bridge will only get lower with time, not higher... so if u think it's not high enuff now, it will look slightly lower further along, did u ask nara why he din make it higher? cos height of bridge will depend on your forehead area etc, to strike a natural balance.
well.. he say must see if my skin can stretch how far.. n also if my skin cant.. n i do too high ..it wont last... n he say nto nice... hmm my close frd tell me seems like its kidna no difference.. jzu tat a little high onli .. i wana redo it..... perhpas at yanhee.. u know how much roughly?
then u might need to consider some place else, as far as the results i've seen, the nose jobs at yanhee can be even more subtle than dr nara's work. And if dr nara says ur skin cannot be stretched further, forcing ur bridge higher might cause extrusion (implant burst thru the skin). think u might have to consider an autologous implant instead, which cannot be done at Yanhee.
I also told my friend to do autologous because she has the same problem as you, Sammyboi...
My friend also had hers done at Nara's and was also told that her skin is too thin, n thus he cannot insert a very high silicone implant. High extrusion possibility...
Now her nose is very natural...like nothing was done.
And she had an infect a month after her surgery...Singapore doctor ask her to pray that there wouldnt be a 2nd time infection within the next 6 months, if not she has to remove it.
I told her to save money to do autologous ones since there wouldnt be extrusion problems..and she's saving hard now..so she can change it...
If your skin is thin....it's very dangerous to insist on a higher silicone.
All the best!