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Postby aadvark » Fri, 02 Jan 2009 3:02 pm

queries wrote:why is everyone going to dr. nara nowadays? is he better than dr. sukit from yanhee for rhinoplasty? because i am thinking of doing rhinoplasty with dr. sukit in feb...


Dr sukit uses I implants while nara uses L implants. the L implant can lengthen ur tip and make it smaller and sharper
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Postby summer77 » Fri, 02 Jan 2009 3:15 pm

heloise wrote:anyone has spare pack of sineech to let go? i need one morepack for a fren who's going for PS wif me early feb...thank you...


Hi, you can buy sineech online, from this website: www.makemeheal.com.
Cost around S$70 + shipping, they ship direct to Singapore... Take about 8 to 9 working days. I order mine from the website, so it's safe to do so.
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Postby yoshimi » Fri, 02 Jan 2009 11:40 pm

Just wondering anyone done fillers instead of rhinoplasty for your nose?

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Postby aadvark » Sat, 03 Jan 2009 3:16 am

yoshimi wrote:Just wondering anyone done fillers instead of rhinoplasty for your nose?


we covered this topic a few times b4 :)
dun do fillers, it's liquid and hard to mold. after u mold, it spreads a little b4 finally settling, so it's quite hard to actually get a very defined shape the way an implant works.

my fren did it and regretted. same as some forumer accts i read in the surgery abroad thread.
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Postby aadvark » Sat, 03 Jan 2009 3:17 am

missjessica18 wrote:hey aadvark! i was thinking about getting my nose done, getting a bumb out my nose, how long does it usually take to heal?
thanks :)


will that require shaving? i'm not sure, have not encountered that b4 nor have i done it myself. just as a gauge, normal implant takes arnd 2 weeks to look normal, while and removal of cartilage like tipoplasty might take 6 weeks. u might want to consult with some docs exactly what sort of op u need to undergo
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Postby doveybuzz » Sat, 03 Jan 2009 5:50 am

Aadvark: pmed you regarding Sineech.

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Postby boii18 » Sat, 03 Jan 2009 7:19 am

aadvark wrote:
queries wrote:why is everyone going to dr. nara nowadays? is he better than dr. sukit from yanhee for rhinoplasty? because i am thinking of doing rhinoplasty with dr. sukit in feb...


Dr sukit uses I implants while nara uses L implants. the L implant can lengthen ur tip and make it smaller and sharper


Actually if not done with tipoplasty, sometime L-implant can make your tip very bulbous because it adds on to tissue on the tip both due to implant and due to fibrous encapsulation capsule. If I am making sense.

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Postby heloise » Sat, 03 Jan 2009 7:45 am

summer77 wrote:
heloise wrote:anyone has spare pack of sineech to let go? i need one morepack for a fren who's going for PS wif me early feb...thank you...


Hi, you can buy sineech online, from this website: www.makemeheal.com.
Cost around S$70 + shipping, they ship direct to Singapore... Take about 8 to 9 working days. I order mine from the website, so it's safe to do so.
thanks for ur info....but i prefer to try locally first....cheers!!

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Postby mondayhue » Sat, 03 Jan 2009 2:39 pm

Hi...
May I know what are the payment options for surgeries done in thailand? Can we use cards to pay on the spot?
Pardon me if my enquiry is already answered or sounds silly as I do not have the slightest clue & cant find my answer around here.

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Postby Pinkyice » Sat, 03 Jan 2009 4:19 pm

mondayhue wrote:Hi...
May I know what are the payment options for surgeries done in thailand? Can we use cards to pay on the spot?
Pardon me if my enquiry is already answered or sounds silly as I do not have the slightest clue & cant find my answer around here.


You have to pay in cash.

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Postby babyruby86 » Sat, 03 Jan 2009 6:51 pm

mondayhue: u can pay by credit card too if u are going to tokai or yanhee. the rest i am not sure:) hope that helps:)

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Postby macaronincheeze » Sat, 03 Jan 2009 11:01 pm

Pinkyice wrote:
macaronincheeze wrote:
furly angel wrote:hi everyone,

Im planning to get lipo done by Dr nara sometime in feb or early march. I am looking for company too! Hoping to find about another 2-3 ladies whose interested to get ps done by Dr nara to go together so that we can give each other moral support as well as looking out for one another in a foreign country. Interested please pm me or drop me an email at diversification09@gmail.com Hurry as I wanna book the appointment asap.


Ms Furly, I am going on the 14th Feb, maybe we could go there together?

It would be a good idea to read this: http://www.singaporeexpats.com/forum/ftopic38617.html

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I am going on Feb 14 too! But I am going to Dr Puttisak.
Intending to stay either in Lee gardens Plaza or Novotel Centara.
Novotel Centara looks nicer so most probably will book this hotel.


Hi Hi... Yesh... I'm going there on 14th Feb, I'm planning to stay at Lee Garden Plaza too. I'm really looking forward on this date, no doubt I know the diff is not going to be very great after my surg. but if I could see myself shaped. I'm more than happy... :D

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Postby macaronincheeze » Sat, 03 Jan 2009 11:09 pm

aadvark wrote:
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qwertyuiop wrote:lipo qns: how important is it for the fluids to drain out? what if they don't? i asked dr nara and he said then they'll just be absorbed by the body. :shock: so instead of being bulky from too much fat, i'll be bulky from too much fluid retention?! he didn't want to do lipo for me because he said i'm thin and don't require it (all of his lipo patients had been bigger) but i begged him to do lipo for my thighs. after lipo, because of the fluids and swelling, my thighs actually look bigger now than they were before. when will they become smaller? or they won't become smaller because the fluids were not drained? please help! i'm very depressed now. cried in my hotel room for an entire day because my legs look worse than before and because i think the doctor didn't remove fats from the areas that i'm most concerned about. he just brushed me off by saying that he did remove fats from my thighs (as i'd seen in the bottle/jar, but he mentioned removing fats from my butt too so most of the fatty tissues could be from the butt) and that the fluids will be absorbed.


the swelling from lipo can be quite terrible, it takes weeks to fully deswell. Make sure u use the compression garments to reduce swelling and to squeeze into shape. Cold compresses may help


Dear aadvark,

I would like to know, what is cold compresses? Which mean, there are hot and cold compresses clothes? I saw some compression clothing selling at those push cart at suntec, are those ok to buy?


i meant those ice pack sort of compresses to help keep down the swelling


Oh. I'm sorry for my silliness. Now I know, it's about the cold pack which ppl use for reducing their fever. keke :oops: Thank you for your info. Really hope to see how you look like after those PS you had done? It is so addicted to it which I know from a friend of mine, she just did her nose in Taiwan cost her around 4.5k SG. :o

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Postby aadvark » Sat, 03 Jan 2009 11:53 pm

Pinkyice wrote:
mondayhue wrote:Hi...
May I know what are the payment options for surgeries done in thailand? Can we use cards to pay on the spot?
Pardon me if my enquiry is already answered or sounds silly as I do not have the slightest clue & cant find my answer around here.


You have to pay in cash.


cash if nara or puttisak, cash/card at yanhee and tokai
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Postby jerry800 » Sun, 04 Jan 2009 9:53 am

Hi people

I am planning to do rhinoplasty with Dr Puttisak or Dr Nara in Feb but i haven't decide on who yet. Dr Puttisak had gotten back to me but Dr Nara still hasn't reply me. If Dr Nara doesn't reply me soon, i will find Dr Puttisak. By the way i am a guy and this is the first time i am going there, hence and i hoping to find companion. Any people interested?


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