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Postby justewayiam » Fri, 21 Nov 2008 3:58 pm

hello sisters and brothers,

i need some advise here. i'm 23 male. i need a double eyelids job and a nose job.

can i have some specific advice on where should i get my lids' job done and also the nose's job.

thanks!

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Postby Breeoei » Fri, 21 Nov 2008 8:45 pm

furly angel:)

I read about your terrifying experience about the anesthetic wearing off even before the surgery ended really scare the shit out of me. How many have had the same kind of experience ah? Please stand up and be counted. I am now having second thoughts about having my surgery done at tokai:( I am the kind who has very low threshold for pain.

my consultation in on 7th January 2009 and surgery scheduled for the following day.
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Postby cersepn » Fri, 21 Nov 2008 10:41 pm

Just tell the doctor before hand that you want to be numb-ed all the way, tell him that you're afraid of waking up to needles and pins poking you.

Btw, i hate this shit - people coming in just to ask some questions without bothering to at least read through the damn thread. It's perfectly ok to do so, but after they get everything done, high chance that they'll just go on with their life and don't bother contributing to the thread. It's such a terrible culture.

Sigh, just imagine if people like aadvark, feline eyes or any of the other long time posters didn't bother to help out after they had everything done, would this forum still be alive? Forgive the ranting, it's something that's been on my mind for some time

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Postby aadvark » Fri, 21 Nov 2008 10:50 pm

Breeoei wrote:furly angel:)

I read about your terrifying experience about the anesthetic wearing off even before the surgery ended really scare the shit out of me. How many have had the same kind of experience ah? Please stand up and be counted. I am now having second thoughts about having my surgery done at tokai:( I am the kind who has very low threshold for pain.

my consultation in on 7th January 2009 and surgery scheduled for the following day.


i think that surgeries which use sedation all may face this problem, but if u go under GA, it will require much more preparation, plus an extra certified anesthetist which will increase the cost by a lot.

furly angel meant the sedation wore off, not the anesthetic. if the anesthetic wore off, she should be screaming in pain and wouldn't have been able to endure all the way thru the surgery
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Postby aadvark » Fri, 21 Nov 2008 10:57 pm

justewayiam wrote:hello sisters and brothers,

i need some advise here. i'm 23 male. i need a double eyelids job and a nose job.

can i have some specific advice on where should i get my lids' job done and also the nose's job.

thanks!


prob wun name u a specific doc, cos by now each doc has garnered its own following :)

the places mentioned in this thread so far wld be
1. Dr Nara (haha, yes, i'm biased, so I named him first)
2. Tokai clinic
3. Dr Puttisak
3. Yanhee
4. Yoskarn

Places in bangkok i've come across in this and other forums but haven't gotten any forumer reviews yet:
1. Bumrungrad
2. Bangmod
3. Naravee
4. PAI
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Postby aadvark » Fri, 21 Nov 2008 11:00 pm

Exciting news people! Esp for those who want to get tipoplasty done and want alternatives other than tokai and yoskarn.

My friend is researching places to get eyelids, alar and tip done. So narrowed down to yanhee. And it seems there are 2 docs who do tipoplasty at Yanhee, according to Yanhee itself. One is Dr Somsak and the other is Dr Pitch.

Will update with the price for tipoplasty when I hear from my friend :)
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Postby cersepn » Fri, 21 Nov 2008 11:29 pm

If i'm not mistaken, dr somsak and dr pitch both have their own private clinics; they might just be visiting doctors to yanhee. I read some bad feedback on somsak though

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Postby justewayiam » Fri, 21 Nov 2008 11:49 pm

cersepn wrote:Just tell the doctor before hand that you want to be numb-ed all the way, tell him that you're afraid of waking up to needles and pins poking you.

Btw, i hate this shit - people coming in just to ask some questions without bothering to at least read through the damn thread. It's perfectly ok to do so, but after they get everything done, high chance that they'll just go on with their life and don't bother contributing to the thread. It's such a terrible culture.

Sigh, just imagine if people like aadvark, feline eyes or any of the other long time posters didn't bother to help out after they had everything done, would this forum still be alive? Forgive the ranting, it's something that's been on my mind for some time


sorry if i've made it seemed like i was simply looking for a quick fix

i've read through the forum for days. found out there are different views and opinions, couldn't really pin point on what's best for my desire.

for eg, dr nara seems to get majority of e rave reviews. however, i've seen some feedbacks on that he base his works on e foundation of looking natural. i've seen some of his works, some of them seem too natural that i could only see minimal improvements at best.

i'm looking for an obvious change to my whole profile. my nose is not too bad to begin with, but i'd like to have a rather more prominient nose, an obvious change.

in that sense, i'm not sure whether to approach the highly recommended dr. nara, or not. cos on one hand, his professional ethics is second to none but on e other, his style may not suit what i'm looking for.

so decided to get an opinion from the more experienced personnel here.

my motive was to get some advice in accordance to my desired results.

so sorry if i've offended anyone!

cheers

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Postby cersepn » Sat, 22 Nov 2008 12:09 am

Sorry if you felt it was targeted at you. Actually it wasn't targetted specifically at you.. and i'm glad you didn't take offence. I was just talking in general, since there have been MANY before you who've did this.

justewayiam: Hit us up with some pics. Censor your face if you're shy. Usually guys are more suited to prominent noses than girls are. If you want an obvious change and your nose already isn't too bad, a simple nose job with implant might not be enough.

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Postby justewayiam » Sat, 22 Nov 2008 2:31 am

hey, it's okay. i understand where ya coming from.
oh and btw, here are my pics from three angles.
comments please. like i mentioned, a very prominient nose & dbl lids are what im looking for.. would that be okay or i might need more than that?

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Postby Breeoei » Sat, 22 Nov 2008 7:50 am

Justewayiam!!

Please check out Boii18's nose, it's beautifully done!! Most people are raving about it and I am no exception.
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Postby Breeoei » Sat, 22 Nov 2008 9:38 am

cersepn wrote:Just tell the doctor before hand that you want to be numb-ed all the way, tell him that you're afraid of waking up to needles and pins poking you.

Btw, i hate this shit - people coming in just to ask some questions without bothering to at least read through the damn thread. It's perfectly ok to do so, but after they get everything done, high chance that they'll just go on with their life and don't bother contributing to the thread. It's such a terrible culture.

Sigh, just imagine if people like aadvark, feline eyes or any of the other long time posters didn't bother to help out after they had everything done, would this forum still be alive? Forgive the ranting, it's something that's been on my mind for some time


Cersepn I hope you were not referring to me ah? Well just expressing my fear.....
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Postby cersepn » Sat, 22 Nov 2008 11:11 am

Justewayiam: No offence, but seems like there's quite alot to be done for the nose. If you want an obvious change, i'm sad to say, thailand drs may not have the skills to make that happen. You might wanna look at the taiwan thread. Regarding dbl eyelids, you might want to check out some before and after pictures to see which style you prefer.

Breeoei: It's not specifically aimed at you lol, just a general comment. I hope you're not considering buccal fat removal. That procedure is so hyped here; aadvark might have had good results, but in an overwhelming majority of cases, it does very little to slim the face - especially if the person is fat to begin with.

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Postby justewayiam » Sat, 22 Nov 2008 12:41 pm

cersepn wrote:Justewayiam: No offence, but seems like there's quite alot to be done for the nose. If you want an obvious change, i'm sad to say, thailand drs may not have the skills to make that happen. You might wanna look at the taiwan thread. Regarding dbl eyelids, you might want to check out some before and after pictures to see which style you prefer.


oh man, if that's e case, i may settle for a less obvious result.

by the way, some days back i contacted tokai clinic and they gave a prompt reply. i asked if it's possible to achieve a nose as nice as jerry yan's. im immensely surprised at his reply, because jerry's nose and mine are definitely worlds apart, yet e dr candidly said no prob and quoted me 800usd.

any opinions on this dr pat and his ethics?
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Postby cersepn » Sat, 22 Nov 2008 3:06 pm

Saying is one thing.. Alot of doctors say they can give you the world, but when there's problems and you go back to them, they say the results are perfect. I'm waiting for boii18 to reply in this thread; see if he's willing to talk about his rhinoplasty.
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