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Postby Sawadee » Thu, 11 Jun 2009 1:16 pm

im going to thailand in 2 weeks. ive heard of dr poomee, preecha, greechart, and samyos. anyone who had experiances there. please share. i have not posted enough posts to pm people so anyone whos had their nose aug or breast aug or eyelid crease pref. an occuplastic surgeon pease share.

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Postby kensan » Thu, 11 Jun 2009 2:39 pm

Just received my surgery kit for pre & post ops incl. pills (lots of it), cold compress mask, scar and bruise reducing gel. Hope it will help to speed up the recovery process.

Counting down to D day :D
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Postby kensan » Thu, 11 Jun 2009 3:42 pm

When u rub your eyes and "keng" abit, double eyelids will appear. I did that and at the same time suck in air with my nose and hold my breath to make my nose looks sharp and smaller.

Guess thats how I will look like after full recovery from the ops ... lolx :lol: .

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Postby tingitng » Thu, 11 Jun 2009 9:46 pm

I book appointment with nara liposuction on 28jun already。I look for partner go there with me together·Anybody want to do something pls email ting.139@hotmail.com
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Postby Vivigirl » Fri, 12 Jun 2009 1:41 am

I'm looking at the hotels around dr nara, any advice on which is better? Any websites recommended for hotel booking?

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Postby aadvark » Fri, 12 Jun 2009 2:19 am

Vivigirl wrote:I'm looking at the hotels around dr nara, any advice on which is better? Any websites recommended for hotel booking?


lee gardens plaza hotel is decent, novotel shld be slightly better, but slightly more exp. i have always used hotelthailand.com
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Re: Needling?

Postby Brenton » Fri, 12 Jun 2009 2:21 am

aadvark wrote:
Brenton wrote:I remembered reading something about needling done in thailand....

Can anyone advise me what's the best way to rid off all scars and pitholes caused by acne?

is laser or needling better?

I had tried AHA peeling and LHE, but both only helps to a certain extend, i am aiming at smooth skin..as in "poreless"...

Tired of having cousins commenting "your pores still so big...the facial you went useless la"


hehe, maybe u need a procedure to remove these cousins instead :D
Dermarollers, is that what you were referring to? I always thought laser and chem peel will be able to restore your skin, but may require countless sessions, depending how much bad it was


from what i know. Laser works a lot more than chem peel..
I had been thr chem peel before le...does lighten the scars and helps a bit, but wun do anything for pitholes...skin will also become very sensitive..

So now considering laser or needling lor...
but today i went for facial, the girl say laser will help better than rollers...

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Re: Needling?

Postby aadvark » Fri, 12 Jun 2009 2:41 am

Brenton wrote:
aadvark wrote:
Brenton wrote:I remembered reading something about needling done in thailand....

Can anyone advise me what's the best way to rid off all scars and pitholes caused by acne?

is laser or needling better?

I had tried AHA peeling and LHE, but both only helps to a certain extend, i am aiming at smooth skin..as in "poreless"...

Tired of having cousins commenting "your pores still so big...the facial you went useless la"


hehe, maybe u need a procedure to remove these cousins instead :D
Dermarollers, is that what you were referring to? I always thought laser and chem peel will be able to restore your skin, but may require countless sessions, depending how much bad it was


from what i know. Laser works a lot more than chem peel..
I had been thr chem peel before le...does lighten the scars and helps a bit, but wun do anything for pitholes...skin will also become very sensitive..

So now considering laser or needling lor...
but today i went for facial, the girl say laser will help better than rollers...


my fren tried dermarollers (prob what u refer to as needling) and laser. he feels laser is better. and looking at his skin, prob laser, is better
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Postby spammama » Fri, 12 Jun 2009 9:38 pm

winter21 wrote:the dental clinic that pinkyice & I went to:


Hi Winter21, what did you get done at the dental clinic? Care to share your experience/results/cost? Thanks!

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Postby winter21 » Fri, 12 Jun 2009 11:45 pm

spammama wrote:
winter21 wrote:the dental clinic that pinkyice & I went to:


Hi Winter21, what did you get done at the dental clinic? Care to share your experience/results/cost? Thanks!


i had normal cleaning/polish of teeth only. cost 650 baht (ard sg$30)
took ard 20mins. =)

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Indra Hotel?

Postby backwardscarousel » Sat, 13 Jun 2009 1:34 am

Riding on the hotel post, I was wondering if anyone can give feedback regarding Indra hotel? Some people say that the outside looks like a typical hotel 81/motel, but the inside? Are they air-conditioned?

So far, reading through the thread only a few commented about Indra, most forumers seem to stay at lee garden's plaza.. ): There isn't much info on Indra on the web as well.. Currently on a shoestring budget, that's why I'm considering Indra. :?

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Postby aadvark » Sat, 13 Jun 2009 2:54 am

backwardscarousel wrote:Riding on the hotel post, I was wondering if anyone can give feedback regarding Indra hotel? Some people say that the outside looks like a typical hotel 81/motel, but the inside? Are they air-conditioned?

So far, reading through the thread only a few commented about Indra, most forumers seem to stay at lee garden's plaza.. ): There isn't much info on Indra on the web as well.. Currently on a shoestring budget, that's why I'm considering Indra. :?


it doesn;t look like ur typical hotel81. it's way way older looking than any hotel we have in sg. maybe if u think of a motel that has survived from the 70s without any renovation, that would be more apt
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Postby Vivigirl » Sat, 13 Jun 2009 3:23 am

After looking at the comment of Indra, I think I'm sticking to lee gardens. -.-"' I have a friend who did laser for half a year and she says it does work but the skin tends to be quite dry after that.

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Re: Indra Hotel?

Postby looier » Sat, 13 Jun 2009 3:52 am

backwardscarousel wrote:Riding on the hotel post, I was wondering if anyone can give feedback regarding Indra hotel? Some people say that the outside looks like a typical hotel 81/motel, but the inside? Are they air-conditioned?

So far, reading through the thread only a few commented about Indra, most forumers seem to stay at lee garden's plaza.. ): There isn't much info on Indra on the web as well.. Currently on a shoestring budget, that's why I'm considering Indra. :?


For accomodation in Hatyai follow this link http://phil.uk.net/hatyai/accom.html

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Re: Indra Hotel?

Postby kensan » Sat, 13 Jun 2009 3:53 am

backwardscarousel wrote:Riding on the hotel post, I was wondering if anyone can give feedback regarding Indra hotel? Some people say that the outside looks like a typical hotel 81/motel, but the inside? Are they air-conditioned?

So far, reading through the thread only a few commented about Indra, most forumers seem to stay at lee garden's plaza.. ): There isn't much info on Indra on the web as well.. Currently on a shoestring budget, that's why I'm considering Indra. :?


It will feel miserable after the surgery thus, would not want to save on the hotel and add on to the misery. A night in Lee Garden Plaza only costs less than $50 sing ba.

I have booked the junior suite online for less than 1400 baht per night.

Btw, does the room has a fridge? I need to chill my eyepad.


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