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Postby wannabeplasticteen » Wed, 09 Mar 2011 9:44 pm

Dr. Chi chose size L for me!! Ahhhhhhhhhhhhhhh. *freaking out*
I didn't know better. I really feel like... some other person, I don't feel like myself.

People with successful chin augmentation, did you experience this? Or was it okay the moment you looked into the mirror post op?

Thanks for your input slpd123.

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Postby Berkgvist » Wed, 09 Mar 2011 10:09 pm

is there anybody done nose job with Dr Puttisak Hatyai ? please revertt meeee or give me some info please

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Postby ahappycamper » Wed, 09 Mar 2011 10:16 pm

wannabeplasticteen wrote:Dr. Chi chose size L for me!! Ahhhhhhhhhhhhhhh. *freaking out*
I didn't know better. I really feel like... some other person, I don't feel like myself.

People with successful chin augmentation, did you experience this? Or was it okay the moment you looked into the mirror post op?

Thanks for your input slpd123.


It is swelling. you will look like you have a tumor in your face for a while but the result will "come down"

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Postby ahappycamper » Wed, 09 Mar 2011 10:18 pm

Fishball wrote:Hi, I will gg Hatyai soon...Need some advise on who to go to and what's the differences between S & L shape?....Which Doctor to choose?

Thanks


Fishball, how long are you staying in Hatyai for? I will be there on the 12th. Do you want to meet up and split hotel costs?

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Postby jdj_sasha » Wed, 09 Mar 2011 11:51 pm

my girlfriend might be interested in BA
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Experience with Dr Chi

Postby wannabeplasticteen » Wed, 09 Mar 2011 11:58 pm

Okay, thanks for calming me down everyone. I hope it's just swelling. Because I am so afraid that this is a permanent thing.

Aside from my freak out that my chin was going to be like Jay Leno or a tranny, my experience with Dr. Chi was rather good. I actually liked him more than dear Dr. Nara.

I liked his clinic. It's like the equivalent of aesthetic clinics in SG. Fancy stuff. He was very patient and went through all the different sorts of implants and how each was different. Apparently the implant with wings is if you want to achieve an oval shaped face and the button implant will be if you want more projection in your chin.

I didn't really print any pictures beforehand, so I just brought along an Triumph advertisement and pointed out what I liked. Hahaha. Usually one would bring an underwear advertisement to a doctor for something like BA, but instead I brought it to showcase the model's chins.

Dr. Chi's cool. Booking an appointment with him is significantly less troublesome than booking one with Dr. Nara too. I just called up his clinic one day before the sugery.

Right now the profile of my chin is looking really great. Another good thing is that it slims down my face... A LOT. The sad part is the frontal view. It kinda looks like Heidi Montag's chin. A little too wide and a lot of space between the lower lip and chin.

By the way, I went for the better chin implant by implantech. It costs almost twice as much (18000 THB) than the cheaper alternative. I didn't go for the cheaper one because they looked very substandard and not very well made.

I'll update in 2 weeks. I hope the swelling goes down quick. I really can't recognise myself.

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Postby Fishball » Thu, 10 Mar 2011 10:31 am

ahappycamper wrote:
Fishball wrote:Hi, I will gg Hatyai soon...Need some advise on who to go to and what's the differences between S & L shape?....Which Doctor to choose?

Thanks


Fishball, how long are you staying in Hatyai for? I will be there on the 12th. Do you want to meet up and split hotel costs?


I planning to go end April, also I already had a friend with me...Tks for asking

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Postby Fishball » Thu, 10 Mar 2011 10:42 am

Could someone please advise on the difference between L & S shape rhinoplasty...

Please PM me Rachel contact to purchase the Sinecch...Thank u so much

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Re: Experience with Dr Chi

Postby turnerdhr » Thu, 10 Mar 2011 11:57 am

wannabeplasticteen wrote:Okay, thanks for calming me down everyone. I hope it's just swelling. Because I am so afraid that this is a permanent thing.

Aside from my freak out that my chin was going to be like Jay Leno or a tranny, my experience with Dr. Chi was rather good. I actually liked him more than dear Dr. Nara.

I liked his clinic. It's like the equivalent of aesthetic clinics in SG. Fancy stuff. He was very patient and went through all the different sorts of implants and how each was different. Apparently the implant with wings is if you want to achieve an oval shaped face and the button implant will be if you want more projection in your chin.

I didn't really print any pictures beforehand, so I just brought along an Triumph advertisement and pointed out what I liked. Hahaha. Usually one would bring an underwear advertisement to a doctor for something like BA, but instead I brought it to showcase the model's chins.

Dr. Chi's cool. Booking an appointment with him is significantly less troublesome than booking one with Dr. Nara too. I just called up his clinic one day before the sugery.

Right now the profile of my chin is looking really great. Another good thing is that it slims down my face... A LOT. The sad part is the frontal view. It kinda looks like Heidi Montag's chin. A little too wide and a lot of space between the lower lip and chin.

By the way, I went for the better chin implant by implantech. It costs almost twice as much (18000 THB) than the cheaper alternative. I didn't go for the cheaper one because they looked very substandard and not very well made.

I'll update in 2 weeks. I hope the swelling goes down quick. I really can't recognise myself.



oh btw.... Did you get the wings or button type?
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Postby wannabeplasticteen » Thu, 10 Mar 2011 6:26 pm

I got the wings type. Oh my god. I dont look like myself. I dont dare to look in the mirror. That person in the mirror. Is. Not. Me.

I think I want to get it removed tomorrow. Really, the implant is way too big. I can't take it.

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Postby promiseddd » Thu, 10 Mar 2011 7:41 pm

heyyy guys!

i'm looking for a surgeon for a jaw enlargement! but information on that procedure is sadly quite scarce. has anyone in this forum done it, or is intending to do it? i'd love to hear more about your experience (including costs, and stuff) - and likee how satisfied you are with the result!

... oh, but most importantly, i'd love to hear some recommendations!

thanks :)

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Postby turnerdhr » Fri, 11 Mar 2011 1:48 am

wannabeplasticteen wrote:I got the wings type. Oh my god. I dont look like myself. I dont dare to look in the mirror. That person in the mirror. Is. Not. Me.

I think I want to get it removed tomorrow. Really, the implant is way too big. I can't take it.


Did you choose the "L" size or did Dr. Chi? If Dr. Chi chose it, then he knows what he is doing.

I remember a lady here chose a too large chin implant and she went back to Dr Chi to get it changed to a smaller one recently. She said it made her look like a witch. Frankly, i remember seeing her pictures and though it was very nice... like a celebrity type of chin... like angelina jolie... hmmm, i wonder what her chin looks like now....?
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Postby wannabeplasticteen » Fri, 11 Mar 2011 2:00 am

yeah! I thought he should know what he's doing, but I don't think he chose L because he wanted to go for a 'natural' effect'!! I think he chose it for the maximum impact. Plus its the type with wings! I think those kind is more suitable for a male. My face is really LONG now.

Dr. Nara told me I didnt need a chin implant, shit, should have listened to him. I contacted a doc in SG regarding removal. It costs $800! I dont have that much money at the moment.

Aiya, I dont know. I am really stressed out. I dare not look at my family in the eye because I am so afraid they will find out. I rushed back home and went straight into my room when i touchdown from the flight. I can't sleep because I am so stressed.

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Postby wannabeplasticteen » Fri, 11 Mar 2011 2:02 am

I guess I will wait a week and see what happens? I think that will be the wiser choice rather than rushing into a removal just post-op 2 days. Might sound silly to say remove an implant post-op 2 days, but sometimes you can just feel that something is really wrong.

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Postby aadvark » Fri, 11 Mar 2011 3:32 am

wannabeplasticteen wrote:I guess I will wait a week and see what happens? I think that will be the wiser choice rather than rushing into a removal just post-op 2 days. Might sound silly to say remove an implant post-op 2 days, but sometimes you can just feel that something is really wrong.


ok my own experience, cos i did it twice...
did u do intra-oral or from external.... swelling is much worse if done intra-oral

for most ops, swelling will go down by arnd 10 days, but we are talking abt major swelling, not micro-swelling... so even though major swelling is gone, the area will look very unnatural for up to another 3 mths at least.

for me, i did button implant with nara first time, and intra-oral. Swelling was scary... and i looked like a witch for quite a while... i kept taking pix, so i still got reference... i looked ok from 3rd mth onwards... and 6 mths down the rd, the chin length went down by 1/3 of the new length starting from day 1.

2nd time i did, i did external with dr pat, wing this time. swelling was lesser. the overall length went down by abt a quarter this time.... i assume that revision heals faster, becos the area is already expanded by the previous implant... so it shld be looser

did u not read abt the healing process from the different forummers' accts? healing is a very long drawn process... fall down also can swell a few days le... not to mention being sawn apart, have it stuffed with a foreign object and then stitched back together...
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