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Postby aadvark » Fri, 17 Jul 2009 1:13 am

winter21 wrote:7 weeks post op - side view. the tip is still round n big

but i hope to achieve something like this (korean star)

PLS DON'T QUOTE MY PICS. THANKS! :)


not bad, looks quite natural, but wun be as pointy as the korean, there are still limits to silicon
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Postby Brenton » Fri, 17 Jul 2009 9:30 am

aadvark wrote:
winter21 wrote:7 weeks post op - side view. the tip is still round n big

but i hope to achieve something like this (korean star)

PLS DON'T QUOTE MY PICS. THANKS! :)


not bad, looks quite natural, but wun be as pointy as the korean, there are still limits to silicon


7 weeks post ops nia...

i am 3months post ops and the tip actually got smaller only after 2months plus....so wait patiently..

I dun understand why people rush for revision when they are not completely healed yet..

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Postby Brenton » Fri, 17 Jul 2009 9:33 am

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Tyki wrote:Hi. I'm new to this here and would really like to bleph,epi and rhino. Was wondering if there are any additional costs incurred other than the prices quoted for each op at Dr. Nara's?


The price quoted will be nett, no additional cost. The removal of stitches is also FOC if u stay longer enough. Just buy the ladies some small bites if u want :D . FYI, I removed my stitches locally for $50 plus with antibiotics :( .


Hey there Kensan,
thank you for your input=) Means that I got to find a doc to remove my stitches for me.. Rhino's stitches are self-disolving as I've read in some pages so I guess I don't have to worry about that :) Though I might contemplate on going to Putt for a nose job since he gives a higher bridge :roll:


Hi,

"Going to Dr Putt for nose job since he give a higher bridge" is the wrong way of thinking. No matter which doctor you go to, the doctor will try to give you a bridge that HE think is suitable for you.

There are people who went to Dr Nara and gotten high bridge and people who went to Dr Putt and gotten average bridge..

I think communication is the key and sharing your views with the doctor before the surgery is very important.

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Postby winter21 » Fri, 17 Jul 2009 9:39 am

Brenton wrote:7 weeks post ops nia...

i am 3months post ops and the tip actually got smaller only after 2months plus....so wait patiently..

I dun understand why people rush for revision when they are not completely healed yet..


maybe we have diff healing rates? and i did not rush for revision.. Dr Putt was the one who advice me to do it in 6-8 weeks time. Dr Pat also said 2 mths. And I will only do my revision in Sept.. which will be 4 mths post op.

whether my tip will be smaller or not... i still want to go back for revision as my bridge had moved a bit to the left.
so pls dont think that i am rushing for revision.... its just that i tend to plan things earlier.

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Postby kensan » Fri, 17 Jul 2009 10:53 am

[quote="Brenton"]7 weeks post ops nia...

i am 3months post ops and the tip actually got smaller only after 2months plus....so wait patiently [quote]

Really? So my nose will shrink some more, that's good news. My nose tends to look more bulbous in the morning and eyes still rather swollen maybe due to high salt intake (as what I read) and all the beer :lol:

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Postby Brenton » Fri, 17 Jul 2009 11:00 am

winter21 wrote:
Brenton wrote:7 weeks post ops nia...

i am 3months post ops and the tip actually got smaller only after 2months plus....so wait patiently..

I dun understand why people rush for revision when they are not completely healed yet..


maybe we have diff healing rates? and i did not rush for revision.. Dr Putt was the one who advice me to do it in 6-8 weeks time. Dr Pat also said 2 mths. And I will only do my revision in Sept.. which will be 4 mths post op.

whether my tip will be smaller or not... i still want to go back for revision as my bridge had moved a bit to the left.
so pls dont think that i am rushing for revision.... its just that i tend to plan things earlier.


okok, of cos everyone has different healing capabilities...but unless you are wolverine, 7 weeks post ops is still very early in healing.

Anyway just sharing my views, sorry if i have offended anyone.

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Postby winter21 » Fri, 17 Jul 2009 11:12 am

Brenton wrote:okok, of cos everyone has different healing capabilities...but unless you are wolverine, 7 weeks post ops is still very early in healing.

Anyway just sharing my views, sorry if i have offended anyone.


hahaha!! this is funny... wolverine.. i wish! :lol:
no worries... i oso hope ppl will read thru the posts and then make a decision... rather than rushing...

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Postby kensan » Fri, 17 Jul 2009 11:37 am

winter21 wrote:
Brenton wrote:okok, of cos everyone has different healing capabilities...but unless you are wolverine, 7 weeks post ops is still very early in healing.

Anyway just sharing my views, sorry if i have offended anyone.


hahaha!! this is funny... wolverine.. i wish! :lol:
no worries... i oso hope ppl will read thru the posts and then make a decision... rather than rushing...


wolverine can't have PS leh, the wound heals as fast as the cut.

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Postby aadvark » Fri, 17 Jul 2009 2:53 pm

kensan wrote:
winter21 wrote:
Brenton wrote:okok, of cos everyone has different healing capabilities...but unless you are wolverine, 7 weeks post ops is still very early in healing.

Anyway just sharing my views, sorry if i have offended anyone.


hahaha!! this is funny... wolverine.. i wish! :lol:
no worries... i oso hope ppl will read thru the posts and then make a decision... rather than rushing...


wolverine can't have PS leh, the wound heals as fast as the cut.


of cos he can, else they wun have been able to give him the adamantine skeleton :)

winter21, i think ur current nose looks very nice le, tip takes much longer to deswell than the bridge.

i doubt ur implant actually shifted. most ppl have bridges that are naturally skewed slightly off-center. just that the bridge now still high, so looks much more obvious. Mine also look more left, then i scrutinize my old pix, can actually see there was a slight tilt to begin with
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Postby winter21 » Fri, 17 Jul 2009 4:07 pm

aadvark wrote:of cos he can, else they wun have been able to give him the adamantine skeleton :)

winter21, i think ur current nose looks very nice le, tip takes much longer to deswell than the bridge.

i doubt ur implant actually shifted. most ppl have bridges that are naturally skewed slightly off-center. just that the bridge now still high, so looks much more obvious. Mine also look more left, then i scrutinize my old pix, can actually see there was a slight tilt to begin with


aadvark you are like my 2nd doc in charge lei... hahahha! :lol:
i not sure myself did it actually moved to the left or like you said.. a slight tilt to begin with...
i think i will upload my front pic to let u advice.

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Postby confabulate » Fri, 17 Jul 2009 5:03 pm

hi all, can i say something very off.. =) is like, have anyone thought of what will happen to the implant when we grow old, will our skin become thinner and the implant will just penetrate through you skin.. ewww.. will the implant be with you till the day you die ?

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Postby perfectcut22 » Fri, 17 Jul 2009 7:30 pm

Aadvark, can u advise me more about the chin implants as i am going to do BA, nose revision and chin implant with dr nara???

Anyone can share with me their experience??? I am going to do the above under GA all at a time...

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Postby perfectcut22 » Fri, 17 Jul 2009 7:31 pm

I tried to pm some of you but i can't... maybe i am new here... Oh goodness i am so anxious...

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Postby perfectcut22 » Fri, 17 Jul 2009 7:40 pm

Pinkyice wrote:http://img529.imageshack.us/img529/5681/nosez.jpg

My nose 2 months post-op.


Very nice tip...

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Postby PP~ » Sat, 18 Jul 2009 2:19 am

hi to those whohad done their PS wif Dr nara..I m very keen to do my eyes der..thinking for my nose too..i dont have much prob wif my nose, got a slight bridge but i want to make it more sharp :D so what should i go for..I hav read u guys writting alar..rino etc..i dont really noe which is which.. can anyone kindly advise me on tat? really appreciate and i would like to do it hopefully by jan 2010 just b4 CNY..[/b]


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