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Postby blessedrekyo » Mon, 01 Nov 2010 7:25 am

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macaronincheeze wrote:
blessedrekyo wrote:
LOL!!! Anyway, can chk with u, if to do the nose tip, what is it call ar?


huh.. I am not sure also leh... I think is call Alar Plasty, then Rhino Plasty is the nose bridge. :P


the fleshy lumps on side of nose is your alar, so the op for that is alarplasty. the op for tip is tipoplasty. the bridge is rhinoplasty


Wow... thanks aadvark... thanks so much.. :o i any how.. hahahahaha


Thank u both so much for d infos. :D
macaronincheeze, u no anyhow la, u also correct le.... :lol:

Hi aadvark, may I ask are alar & tipoplasty consider big surgery? I mean do they leave behind long time swelling and bruises? Or which is the less swelling & bruises op?
Or I shld ask which is the less cut on the nose, maybe just injection to make the nose tip (btwn the 2 nostrils) nicer? :lol:

Cos I'm working in d front line industry and can't afford to hv obvious swelling & bruise on my face if need longer downtime.

Hope to hear ur advice. Thanks. :wink:
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Postby aadvark » Mon, 01 Nov 2010 12:39 pm

boii18 wrote:
slpd123 wrote:just an update....

my nose and chin after 21 days.....
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I do love my nose as it seems not to be so straight....high yet natural....

My chin seems to go down a little little bit but still long...

I think the main problem is that I got high cheekbones and hollow face....

I might have to revise my chin...

sian....it is quite torturing to go through all the swellings again...

Anyway, does anyone know whether aesthetic clinic in hatyai is good cos I saw alot of clinics in lee garden....like almost every floor got one...


hi may i know why your chin look so long and witchy

you did with which doc...?

btr warn us !! :(

i gg to dr charan!


chin will eventually subside to abt half the length during the swelling, cannot judge so early
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Postby aadvark » Mon, 01 Nov 2010 12:49 pm

blessedrekyo wrote:
macaronincheeze wrote:
aadvark wrote:
macaronincheeze wrote:
blessedrekyo wrote:
LOL!!! Anyway, can chk with u, if to do the nose tip, what is it call ar?


huh.. I am not sure also leh... I think is call Alar Plasty, then Rhino Plasty is the nose bridge. :P


the fleshy lumps on side of nose is your alar, so the op for that is alarplasty. the op for tip is tipoplasty. the bridge is rhinoplasty


Wow... thanks aadvark... thanks so much.. :o i any how.. hahahahaha


Thank u both so much for d infos. :D
macaronincheeze, u no anyhow la, u also correct le.... :lol:

Hi aadvark, may I ask are alar & tipoplasty consider big surgery? I mean do they leave behind long time swelling and bruises? Or which is the less swelling & bruises op?
Or I shld ask which is the less cut on the nose, maybe just injection to make the nose tip (btwn the 2 nostrils) nicer? :lol:

Cos I'm working in d front line industry and can't afford to hv obvious swelling & bruise on my face if need longer downtime.

Hope to hear ur advice. Thanks. :wink:


alarplasty is quite simple, swelling goes away around 1 week plus, not obvious at all

tipoplasty is rarely done in Thailand. when tipoplasty is done, it requires open nose surgery which is more major and longer downtime.

what is more common is the L-shaped implant, which both raises the bridge and extends the tip to make it look sharper. this is closed surgery, so downtime much shorter. obvious swelling goes away in a week plus.

but of cos, after every op, it tends to look a little unnatural at the start due to micro-swelling, so ur bridge altho not swollen will look too high at the start, so I usu recommend to hide it with glasses first, till the 3-month mark.

also, how much the L-shaped implant can extend your tip is also dependent on the thickness of your skin, people with thick skin can extend more; pple with thin skin less, cos if thin skin and too much extension, will cause extrusion. so i hope you're thick-skinned! :D

well, if ur bridge is already high enough, you can use fillers for your tip. I recommend to try with non-permanent fillers first, before you attempt with permanent fillers. if u jump straight in with permanent and dun like the effect, it's gonna be tough removing it
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Postby blessedrekyo » Mon, 01 Nov 2010 3:19 pm

aadvark wrote:
blessedrekyo wrote:
macaronincheeze wrote:
aadvark wrote:
macaronincheeze wrote:
blessedrekyo wrote:
LOL!!! Anyway, can chk with u, if to do the nose tip, what is it call ar?


huh.. I am not sure also leh... I think is call Alar Plasty, then Rhino Plasty is the nose bridge. :P


the fleshy lumps on side of nose is your alar, so the op for that is alarplasty. the op for tip is tipoplasty. the bridge is rhinoplasty


Wow... thanks aadvark... thanks so much.. :o i any how.. hahahahaha


Thank u both so much for d infos. :D
macaronincheeze, u no anyhow la, u also correct le.... :lol:

Hi aadvark, may I ask are alar & tipoplasty consider big surgery? I mean do they leave behind long time swelling and bruises? Or which is the less swelling & bruises op?
Or I shld ask which is the less cut on the nose, maybe just injection to make the nose tip (btwn the 2 nostrils) nicer? :lol:

Cos I'm working in d front line industry and can't afford to hv obvious swelling & bruise on my face if need longer downtime.

Hope to hear ur advice. Thanks. :wink:


alarplasty is quite simple, swelling goes away around 1 week plus, not obvious at all

tipoplasty is rarely done in Thailand. when tipoplasty is done, it requires open nose surgery which is more major and longer downtime.

what is more common is the L-shaped implant, which both raises the bridge and extends the tip to make it look sharper. this is closed surgery, so downtime much shorter. obvious swelling goes away in a week plus.

but of cos, after every op, it tends to look a little unnatural at the start due to micro-swelling, so ur bridge altho not swollen will look too high at the start, so I usu recommend to hide it with glasses first, till the 3-month mark.

also, how much the L-shaped implant can extend your tip is also dependent on the thickness of your skin, people with thick skin can extend more; pple with thin skin less, cos if thin skin and too much extension, will cause extrusion. so i hope you're thick-skinned! :D

well, if ur bridge is already high enough, you can use fillers for your tip. I recommend to try with non-permanent fillers first, before you attempt with permanent fillers. if u jump straight in with permanent and dun like the effect, it's gonna be tough removing it


Wow... great to have so detailed infos....
Thank u so much, aadvark!

If I wan to do alarplasty, can i say it need not have to go under knife?

May I also ask how non-permanent fillers be done? Any downtime?

I hope to do s'ting to my face too. Maybe remove fats from face... or something a go surgeon can advice...

But now, do u know can fats be removed from face? It might sound silly ya.. :lol: Might I tink I must do s'ting abt it la.. :P

I remember reading a post from u abt Burrocal fat (if i'm not wrong). May I know what is that? Hehe... I am curious and love to ustd more from u.... :D

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Postby macaronincheeze » Mon, 01 Nov 2010 11:47 pm

aadvark wrote:alarplasty is quite simple, swelling goes away around 1 week plus, not obvious at all
tipoplasty is rarely done in Thailand. when tipoplasty is done, it requires open nose surgery which is more major and longer downtime.
what is more common is the L-shaped implant, which both raises the bridge and extends the tip to make it look sharper. this is closed surgery, so downtime much shorter. obvious swelling goes away in a week plus.
but of cos, after every op, it tends to look a little unnatural at the start due to micro-swelling, so ur bridge altho not swollen will look too high at the start, so I usu recommend to hide it with glasses first, till the 3-month mark.
also, how much the L-shaped implant can extend your tip is also dependent on the thickness of your skin, people with thick skin can extend more; pple with thin skin less, cos if thin skin and too much extension, will cause extrusion. so i hope you're thick-skinned! :D
well, if ur bridge is already high enough, you can use fillers for your tip. I recommend to try with non-permanent fillers first, before you attempt with permanent fillers. if u jump straight in with permanent and dun like the effect, it's gonna be tough removing it


Oh hi Aadvark, you mentioned that there are per filler, so I don't need to go back and inject every 6 months ar? because I tot fillers are not permanent and need to be re inject months-ly.

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Postby aadvark » Tue, 02 Nov 2010 3:15 am

macaronincheeze wrote:
aadvark wrote:alarplasty is quite simple, swelling goes away around 1 week plus, not obvious at all
tipoplasty is rarely done in Thailand. when tipoplasty is done, it requires open nose surgery which is more major and longer downtime.
what is more common is the L-shaped implant, which both raises the bridge and extends the tip to make it look sharper. this is closed surgery, so downtime much shorter. obvious swelling goes away in a week plus.
but of cos, after every op, it tends to look a little unnatural at the start due to micro-swelling, so ur bridge altho not swollen will look too high at the start, so I usu recommend to hide it with glasses first, till the 3-month mark.
also, how much the L-shaped implant can extend your tip is also dependent on the thickness of your skin, people with thick skin can extend more; pple with thin skin less, cos if thin skin and too much extension, will cause extrusion. so i hope you're thick-skinned! :D
well, if ur bridge is already high enough, you can use fillers for your tip. I recommend to try with non-permanent fillers first, before you attempt with permanent fillers. if u jump straight in with permanent and dun like the effect, it's gonna be tough removing it


Oh hi Aadvark, you mentioned that there are per filler, so I don't need to go back and inject every 6 months ar? because I tot fillers are not permanent and need to be re inject months-ly.


yeah, there are permanent fillers and non-permanent ones, just check with ur doc :)
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Postby aadvark » Tue, 02 Nov 2010 3:21 am

blessedrekyo wrote:
aadvark wrote:
blessedrekyo wrote:
macaronincheeze wrote:
aadvark wrote:
macaronincheeze wrote:
blessedrekyo wrote:
LOL!!! Anyway, can chk with u, if to do the nose tip, what is it call ar?


huh.. I am not sure also leh... I think is call Alar Plasty, then Rhino Plasty is the nose bridge. :P


the fleshy lumps on side of nose is your alar, so the op for that is alarplasty. the op for tip is tipoplasty. the bridge is rhinoplasty


Wow... thanks aadvark... thanks so much.. :o i any how.. hahahahaha


Thank u both so much for d infos. :D
macaronincheeze, u no anyhow la, u also correct le.... :lol:

Hi aadvark, may I ask are alar & tipoplasty consider big surgery? I mean do they leave behind long time swelling and bruises? Or which is the less swelling & bruises op?
Or I shld ask which is the less cut on the nose, maybe just injection to make the nose tip (btwn the 2 nostrils) nicer? :lol:

Cos I'm working in d front line industry and can't afford to hv obvious swelling & bruise on my face if need longer downtime.

Hope to hear ur advice. Thanks. :wink:


alarplasty is quite simple, swelling goes away around 1 week plus, not obvious at all

tipoplasty is rarely done in Thailand. when tipoplasty is done, it requires open nose surgery which is more major and longer downtime.

what is more common is the L-shaped implant, which both raises the bridge and extends the tip to make it look sharper. this is closed surgery, so downtime much shorter. obvious swelling goes away in a week plus.

but of cos, after every op, it tends to look a little unnatural at the start due to micro-swelling, so ur bridge altho not swollen will look too high at the start, so I usu recommend to hide it with glasses first, till the 3-month mark.

also, how much the L-shaped implant can extend your tip is also dependent on the thickness of your skin, people with thick skin can extend more; pple with thin skin less, cos if thin skin and too much extension, will cause extrusion. so i hope you're thick-skinned! :D

well, if ur bridge is already high enough, you can use fillers for your tip. I recommend to try with non-permanent fillers first, before you attempt with permanent fillers. if u jump straight in with permanent and dun like the effect, it's gonna be tough removing it


Wow... great to have so detailed infos....
Thank u so much, aadvark!

If I wan to do alarplasty, can i say it need not have to go under knife?

May I also ask how non-permanent fillers be done? Any downtime?

I hope to do s'ting to my face too. Maybe remove fats from face... or something a go surgeon can advice...

But now, do u know can fats be removed from face? It might sound silly ya.. :lol: Might I tink I must do s'ting abt it la.. :P

I remember reading a post from u abt Burrocal fat (if i'm not wrong). May I know what is that? Hehe... I am curious and love to ustd more from u.... :D


erm, u still need to cut ur alar and resew it, to lessen the width.

removal of fats from face can be 2 methods. but firstly, are u plump all around, hence your face is plump as well? or are you thin with chubby cheeks?

if the first, then u can just do lipo underchin, that should thin your face. but of cos, this is just removal of fats from your epidermal layer, which means that if u dun change ur exercise routine and diet, it will come back soon enough.

if the second, means ur buccal fat pad layer is thicker, thus causing 'chipmunk' cheeks. but if u r less than 25, i recommend u not to do it, cos the layer does get thinner with age, and if u do it too early, u will end up with an overly gaunt look when u r older
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Postby ahappycamper » Tue, 02 Nov 2010 6:40 am

aadvark, you got buccal fat removal right? Do you regret doing it? Does it give youa gaunt look?

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Postby blessedrekyo » Tue, 02 Nov 2010 5:20 pm

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aadvark wrote:
blessedrekyo wrote:
aadvark wrote:
alarplasty is quite simple, swelling goes away around 1 week plus, not obvious at all

tipoplasty is rarely done in Thailand. when tipoplasty is done, it requires open nose surgery which is more major and longer downtime.

what is more common is the L-shaped implant, which both raises the bridge and extends the tip to make it look sharper. this is closed surgery, so downtime much shorter. obvious swelling goes away in a week plus.

but of cos, after every op, it tends to look a little unnatural at the start due to micro-swelling, so ur bridge altho not swollen will look too high at the start, so I usu recommend to hide it with glasses first, till the 3-month mark.

also, how much the L-shaped implant can extend your tip is also dependent on the thickness of your skin, people with thick skin can extend more; pple with thin skin less, cos if thin skin and too much extension, will cause extrusion. so i hope you're thick-skinned! :D

well, if ur bridge is already high enough, you can use fillers for your tip. I recommend to try with non-permanent fillers first, before you attempt with permanent fillers. if u jump straight in with permanent and dun like the effect, it's gonna be tough removing it


Wow... great to have so detailed infos....
Thank u so much, aadvark!

If I wan to do alarplasty, can i say it need not have to go under knife?

May I also ask how non-permanent fillers be done? Any downtime?

I hope to do s'ting to my face too. Maybe remove fats from face... or something a go surgeon can advice...

But now, do u know can fats be removed from face? It might sound silly ya.. :lol: Might I tink I must do s'ting abt it la.. :P

I remember reading a post from u abt Burrocal fat (if i'm not wrong). May I know what is that? Hehe... I am curious and love to ustd more from u.... :D


erm, u still need to cut ur alar and resew it, to lessen the width.

removal of fats from face can be 2 methods. but firstly, are u plump all around, hence your face is plump as well? or are you thin with chubby cheeks?

if the first, then u can just do lipo underchin, that should thin your face. but of cos, this is just removal of fats from your epidermal layer, which means that if u dun change ur exercise routine and diet, it will come back soon enough.

if the second, means ur buccal fat pad layer is thicker, thus causing 'chipmunk' cheeks. but if u r less than 25, i recommend u not to do it, cos the layer does get thinner with age, and if u do it too early, u will end up with an overly gaunt look when u r older


LOL.. so it is call buccal fat, not Burrocal fat! LOL... :lol:

OoooOo.....Thank you for the explaination. I think I am consider the all-rounder ( :lol: LOLsss).

But I will be doing lipo for arms, thighs, tummy, buttock, & chin this Nov.
So maybe I shld see how is the result first, rite, before thinking of going for buccal fat?

As for alar need to cut & sew, I think I better opt out and consider permanent fillers.

Ok! I shall chk with my surgeon and see wat he says.

Thanks so much, bro, for all the detailed infos... :D :D 8-)

Cheers!!! :wink:

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Postby Mic8 » Tue, 02 Nov 2010 10:50 pm

Hie, I'm kinda new here.. Seems like u all had done some surgery, can share some advice here? I'm interested to go for Dr. Nara for lip augementation, dimple and lipo is budget but depends on budget..

Anyone had done this? Any advice? Pls do share....thanks alot! :)

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Postby wannabeplasticteen » Tue, 02 Nov 2010 11:08 pm

Hello everyone. I just made an appointment with Dr. Chi for rhino and alar on the 19th of Dec.

My first choice would be Nara actually, but I think its too late to book for Nara at this point of time for December.

I do not know the directions for Dr. Chi's clinic though. Is there any kind soul out there that can tell me how to get there, once in Hat Yai? I emailed the doctor for a map and directions, but I haven't received a reply

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Postby Mic8 » Tue, 02 Nov 2010 11:12 pm

ie, it's too late for Dr. Nara? The who is Dr. Chi? Is he good? Any website? Where ru from? Maybe if can't get Dr. Nara, l may opt for Dr. Chi & may go together..

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Postby Mic8 » Tue, 02 Nov 2010 11:12 pm

ie, it's too late for Dr. Nara? The who is Dr. Chi? Is he good? Any website? Where ru from? Maybe if can't get Dr. Nara, l may opt for Dr. Chi & may go together..

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Postby blessedrekyo » Wed, 03 Nov 2010 1:27 pm

Mic8 wrote:ie, it's too late for Dr. Nara? The who is Dr. Chi? Is he good? Any website? Where ru from? Maybe if can't get Dr. Nara, l may opt for Dr. Chi & may go together..


Since u will be in Hatyai, maybe u would like to contact Dr. Prinya since some forumers also have good feedbacks on this Dr.
http://www.lasersurgeryhatyai.com/index.html

Or you may find more from a forumer, called "aadvark"
ftopic43085-0.html

There are few PS's address & contact in Hatyai & BKK on the 1st page which he has posted.

Below was extracted from "aadvark" post:

[Courtesy of Jess89]
Phi Beauty Clinic - Dr Chirayut
Tchirayut@yahoo.co.th
Contact:074-350355, 0876-88-1999, 0876-88-2999, 0876-88-3999
(His staff aint tt good with english, so maybe u can either request to speak to dr chi directly or email him directly)


Hope this helps. :)

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Postby magical » Wed, 03 Nov 2010 1:53 pm

:( I AM SO SAD & DISAPPOINTED!!!!


Due to the Flood at Hatyai!!!! I can't go and do my surgery already!!!!!

My flight will be delay!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Now I don't know what to do!?? Have to cancel my trip!!!
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