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Re: Hatyai in August

Postby boicott » Thu, 22 Jul 2010 2:40 pm

marson83 wrote:
boicott wrote:Hello,

Anyone going to Hatyai in August?



I am going in September. Would you like to join?


Unfortunately i will be starting my new job in September. So I'm free the whole August though. Which doctor are you going to?

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Re: Hatyai in August

Postby marson83 » Thu, 22 Jul 2010 4:35 pm

boicott wrote:
marson83 wrote:
boicott wrote:Hello,

Anyone going to Hatyai in August?



I am going in September. Would you like to join?


Unfortunately i will be starting my new job in September. So I'm free the whole August though. Which doctor are you going to?


Have two appointment now (Dr Nara on 26 Sept & Dr Putt on 20 Sept) thinking which one is better for Rhino & Dbl Eye lid.

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Postby celest87 » Thu, 22 Jul 2010 5:05 pm

I'm gg on the 5 aug.. Which dr u seeing

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Postby celest87 » Thu, 22 Jul 2010 5:05 pm

I'm gg on the 5 aug.. Which dr u seeing

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Postby Xiaoxuan » Thu, 22 Jul 2010 5:47 pm

I'm seeing Dr Puttisak end of Aug... Anyone wanna join me?

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Postby moochi » Thu, 22 Jul 2010 6:42 pm

I just got off the phone with Amy (Dr Nara), the earliest appointment i can get is 16 November so I went ahead and book it with her because yesterday It was 11 November but that was her reply via email. So if you like to make an appointment fast, don't waste time emailing. Calling is the best way.

Now, I just check with Tiger. The flight's will arrive at 1305 hrs. I'm thinking how long is the journey from airport to Dr Nara, will prob drop off at the hotel first before going in the clinic rather then lugging in the bags and doing 3 procedures at once. What do you guys normally do? Do you fly in and do the procedures on the same day or do you arrive a day earlier. I did ask her what time am I suppose to come in, she said 11am, not sure how accurate is that becos I heard many have to wait hours before their turn... I'm going alone btw...

OMG! So Excited :D

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Postby moochi » Thu, 22 Jul 2010 7:33 pm

How many post do i have to make here before I can pm someone? This is quite annoying... :???:

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Postby moochi » Thu, 22 Jul 2010 7:46 pm

I"m gg in November, anyone? :D

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Postby plasticgirl » Thu, 22 Jul 2010 8:36 pm

damier wrote:Hi all,

I did my double eye lids with Dr Nara 7 months ago . I didn't really did much research, it was quick and spontaneous .To me , double eye lids was just a simple surgery, one can get it done in just a matter of minutes .


But what stunned me the most was that I was one of the few who had to overcome longer downtime, I seriously did whatever I could to quicken the recovery process, even prescribed steroids (which did help Tremendously) .This is my 7th (going 8th soon) month now, my eyes didn't recover how I thought it will be, its still rather swollen and made my eyes looked fake . At the slow recovery rate at 4th month , I went to a local surgeon , turns out i might need more than a year just for it to look Natural" .


Nowadays , I tried my best to "hide" it either with make -up or eyelid glue, it helps a bit ,but now and then friends still commented that i look different and my eyes looked bulging and such . When I was in my recovery process , I sort of became a narcissist . I looked in the mirror every second , took pictures every morning , run to the mirror the first second I wake up and become so much more sensitive about how my eyes looked when i go out .


I cried almost everyday , I really feel like dying . I looked so fugly in those epi scars and bulging eyes , I looked like a freak!! ( I did epi too but epi didn't make my eyes bulged aight) I must say , this is sort of torturing, was about to give up my life and be anti social but thankfully , I met the man of my life . He didn't mind that I was fuglier than before, did every research to help me and console me ,takes good care of me , apply medicine for me and appreciates me. Seriously, I never really appreciated him before this , I could say that I'm a totally bias person but when i got this surgery , people around me treats me differently. I don't know who my real friends are anymore or what I'm suppose to do. I got teased , and joked around but he stayed right beside me and guide me through . I guess this can be counted as a win-win situation gua? Now I'm a totally changed person


I know , one must be patient and be positive during the recovery process but patient will eventually got overcome by your fear as time goes. If you think u cant wait a year for your eyes to look Natural" after surgery , think again . This is not for the faint hearted :) just my piece of advice


Hi,

I feel the same. Mine was done 7 months ago. Supposed to be great as it's done in Korea.
I think your change in appearance can be very likely be traced to epi. Removing mongolian folds can make us look older/ fiercer/ cause ethicity confusion. And this is something I am studying in my features. May not be true but..

Asians tend to have bulging eyes. OUr low eyelids help to camouflage that. Also, the mongolian fold slants down gracefully to cover some of the inner white and inner corners... hence our eyes don't look bulging. But when we cut eyelids and get epi, there is less graceful draping of skin to hide the bulging contours so our eyes will look bulging. Also, I find that my epi kinda made my eyes more horizontal and instead of a sharp taper down at the inner corner, because it's more horizontal, the whole eye looks like a lateral oval instead of a beautiful almond shape so it looks too round and bulging.

I don't know what else to say but it did get better. I don't think epi is suitable for most Chinese as we are not like KOreans with very severe epicanthic folds. So when Koreans get epi, they look more Chinese. But when Chinese get epi, it creates a more westernised appearance that is just "different" but not "better" (could be worse). And I feel that we have that fold for a cosmetic reason... to drape our eyes and make it look not so bulging.

I know my eyes will never be as pretty as they were before and I get very depress but I know I will come out stronger.

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Postby moochi » Thu, 22 Jul 2010 9:40 pm

Hi aadvark... pls pm me cos I can't pm yet :(

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Postby moochi » Fri, 23 Jul 2010 7:39 pm

[quote="summer77"]Dr Nara cost is higher, because he charge removing of my old implant.... Dr Puttisak charge me same cost as my friend... Actually I was having flu that time, he even give me flu med...



Summer77, may I know how much Dr Nara charges for removing the old implant? I had mine done in Taiwan in 2006 but i don't think it's very good, it looks unbalance so decide to have Dr Nara redo the Rhino + Alar. The Taiwan PS told me I have a thick bulbous nose and thus can't do Alar, I'm beginning to doubt his words becos I've seen quite a few success cases here in this forum... Hopefully he can fix it for me. I also did my double eyelids in Taiwan and my left eye crease cannot meet properly thus showing 2 lines on my eyelids. It's not very obvious if I open my eyes fully but I will like to have it fixed too.

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Postby moochi » Sat, 24 Jul 2010 2:23 am

Brenton wrote:
aadvark wrote:
kensan wrote:
Brenton wrote:
kensan wrote:Brenton,

Could you advice me on these?

1. Where did you book your coach to Hatyai?
I booked from grassland. online booking would cost 4 dollars more
2. Your double eyelid is cut & stitch or stitch only?
Mine is the cutting method
3. Do you need to be awake when doing the double eyelid and roughly how long it takes?
It normally take one hour for the eyes, mine took longer as he was doing it slowly as what he said. Yes you would be aware of what's going on
3. How long it takes for the swelling to subside and look "normal"?
This depends on individual and on how "normal" is normal
Compared to mine, the girl that did same day as me looked like 6mths post surgery already...

I only plan for 10 days break in July and I don't want my eyes to look too horrible and scare my customers. :lol:
I also only planned for a ten days break..

Thanks in advance, if possible pls add me to your msn kensann@hotmail.com


Hi dude, it was nice chatting with u over msn. Waiting to see the posting of your pictures soon.


yeah, brenton, the depression gets worse if u go alone, which is why i recommended that u find someone but unfortunately u din manage to, which is why it's even tougher... u wun feel as bad when u see the other person just as swollen :D


Actually i wasn't depressed at all when i was alone in bkk.....cos the swelling is too obvious that you know that's not the final look..

The depression came only when everything starts to deswell except your eyelid,....then i start to wonder if the crease will stay that high forever...

Anyway i am fine le...Thanks to those who pm me or posted their comment here to reassure me :)


Hi Brenton,

Your eyes took one hour to do? I remember when i did my eyes and rhino in taiwan 4 years back, both procedures only took like 10 - 15 mins :o
So i thought it's normal... Dunno what to make of it... :???:

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Postby discostix » Sat, 24 Jul 2010 9:23 am

anyone did eyebag removal and lipo by dr nara?

thinking of gg during dec too but havent fixed appt :(

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after 7 months...

Postby rhinoalar » Sat, 24 Jul 2010 1:23 pm

I did alar n Rhino with Nara last year dec and now its 7 months after the surgery.. I am still not very happy with the result of my nose cos even its higher but overall it still look big and round. i need it to be smaller, especially the tip and the side of my nose.

I am thinking of goin for Alar again nx year, any advise from you guys that i should do it anot? Do i have to take out the implant inorder to do alar again?

Attached is my nose photo...

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Postby tf108 » Sat, 24 Jul 2010 2:23 pm

Hi guys -

I have a question. I have a nose like this (not my picture, was found in Dr. Nara site) in the before picture.

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Is it possible to achieve such a nose? Disregard the X and O.

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