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Postby jared86 » Sun, 15 May 2011 2:12 pm

xKiki wrote:May I ask for help from those who have been to Dr Chi,

Which Thailand airport did you arrive at Bangkok or Phuket?
How do you get to Dr Chi clinic from the airport?
Where did you stay? How much will it cost per night?
Will it be safe to take the cabs? :\


kiki.. you can take tigerairway and it will directly u to hatyai airport. when you come out of the airport there will be like quite a few no. of car drivers asking where do you wan to go. (suggested price will be around 200 baht) for me i think is quite safe to take the cab but still have to be careful, no matter what you are in a foreign country not knowing their language. i stayed in lee garden plaza when i was in hatyai.. very nice hotel to stay in. i pay about 70 odd to stay in the twin bed room. they got a nice room. and is just about 10mins walk to dr chi hotel. if you know the direction and beside the hotel there is a shop where money changer and booking your hotel room can be done there. their exchange rates quite good

Hope this will help in clearing your doubt.

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Postby xKiki » Tue, 17 May 2011 3:20 am

jared86 wrote:kiki.. you can take tigerairway and it will directly u to hatyai airport. when you come out of the airport there will be like quite a few no. of car drivers asking where do you wan to go. (suggested price will be around 200 baht) for me i think is quite safe to take the cab but still have to be careful, no matter what you are in a foreign country not knowing their language. i stayed in lee garden plaza when i was in hatyai.. very nice hotel to stay in. i pay about 70 odd to stay in the twin bed room. they got a nice room. and is just about 10mins walk to dr chi hotel. if you know the direction and beside the hotel there is a shop where money changer and booking your hotel room can be done there. their exchange rates quite good

Hope this will help in clearing your doubt.


hi jared86^^ thanks for your help!

Will it be alright for me to show the name card/address of Dr Chi clinic to the cabs driver at the airport and then take me directly to there?
I was wondering if there are any cheap hotel offer around less than 50 SGD per night and is nearby to Dr Chi clinic? I am tight on budget for this trip to thailand :(

I guess I will exchange my currency at Singapore/Thailand airport for safely caution.:)

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anyone going in OCT

Postby jobel1982 » Tue, 17 May 2011 11:22 am

Hello,

anyone planning to go to DR NARA in Oct? I will be heading during 26 or 27 oct? I am looking for travel buddies?

Thanks

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Postby magical » Tue, 17 May 2011 2:08 pm

Hello

I will be doing my double eyelid & epi surgery on 6 June with Dr Chi...

Last year supposingly was heading over to Dr Nara's Clinic...due to the flooding so I cancelled my trip :(
Next: Rhinoplasty + Tip-Plasty
Done: Blepharoplasty + Epicanthoplasty Surgery @Dr Chirayut 7 June 2011

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Postby magical » Tue, 17 May 2011 2:37 pm

xKiki wrote:
jared86 wrote:kiki.. you can take tigerairway and it will directly u to hatyai airport. when you come out of the airport there will be like quite a few no. of car drivers asking where do you wan to go. (suggested price will be around 200 baht) for me i think is quite safe to take the cab but still have to be careful, no matter what you are in a foreign country not knowing their language. i stayed in lee garden plaza when i was in hatyai.. very nice hotel to stay in. i pay about 70 odd to stay in the twin bed room. they got a nice room. and is just about 10mins walk to dr chi hotel. if you know the direction and beside the hotel there is a shop where money changer and booking your hotel room can be done there. their exchange rates quite good

Hope this will help in clearing your doubt.


hi jared86^^ thanks for your help!

Will it be alright for me to show the name card/address of Dr Chi clinic to the cabs driver at the airport and then take me directly to there?
I was wondering if there are any cheap hotel offer around less than 50 SGD per night and is nearby to Dr Chi clinic? I am tight on budget for this trip to thailand :(

I guess I will exchange my currency at Singapore/Thailand airport for safely caution.:)


I just booked my flight & hotel!
V.L Hatyai Hotel only 790baht per night including service charges.
Near Dr Chi Clinic too! :)
Next: Rhinoplasty + Tip-Plasty

Done: Blepharoplasty + Epicanthoplasty Surgery @Dr Chirayut 7 June 2011

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Postby perfectcut22 » Tue, 17 May 2011 6:20 pm

Wat does bilateral dimples mean? Any kind soul care to enlighten me?

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Postby Fishball » Wed, 18 May 2011 5:09 pm

xKiki wrote:
jared86 wrote:kiki.. you can take tigerairway and it will directly u to hatyai airport. when you come out of the airport there will be like quite a few no. of car drivers asking where do you wan to go. (suggested price will be around 200 baht) for me i think is quite safe to take the cab but still have to be careful, no matter what you are in a foreign country not knowing their language. i stayed in lee garden plaza when i was in hatyai.. very nice hotel to stay in. i pay about 70 odd to stay in the twin bed room. they got a nice room. and is just about 10mins walk to dr chi hotel. if you know the direction and beside the hotel there is a shop where money changer and booking your hotel room can be done there. their exchange rates quite good

Hope this will help in clearing your doubt.


hi jared86^^ thanks for your help!

Will it be alright for me to show the name card/address of Dr Chi clinic to the cabs driver at the airport and then take me directly to there?
I was wondering if there are any cheap hotel offer around less than 50 SGD per night and is nearby to Dr Chi clinic? I am tight on budget for this trip to thailand :(

I guess I will exchange my currency at Singapore/Thailand airport for safely caution.:)


I heard Mayflower hotel is pretty cheap & good as it is quite new...also very near to Dr Chi clinic.

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Postby Fishball » Wed, 18 May 2011 5:37 pm

Please help...

I had done my rhino & alar with Dr Chi in end April,when he did the alar instead trimming the side of my nose he did a inter oral opening under my lip to cut from inside to trim it. My fren which went with me commented that it was quite well done because his was cut from outside by Dr Nara.

Now after 3 weeks when I smile I still look fake & if I laugh it would hurt, worst of all I starting to feel a pain some what like a tearing feeling on the inside (left side, under the alar spot) when I move my lip or talk. Will it be a infection???

Anyone here ever have the same experience, please advice me....Thanks

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Postby volatile_koala » Wed, 18 May 2011 6:37 pm

noranau wrote:
volatile_koala wrote:I kinda shared my experience with surgery in bangkok in the "tokai clinic" topic, but I'll just give a short and sweet one here.

My sister and I both did BA's with Dr. Pat at Tokai Clinic in Bangkok and were very happy with the results. I was so happy I decided to go for another procedure -rhinoplasty! I got the hump shaved off my nose, which turned out wonderfully. I didn't get the tip done as Dr. Pat had suggested because I was too scared of so much change and I didn't want to look different than my twin sister. Now that I've had a nose reduction my sister is considering having hers done. Both my mom and aunt also had BA's done but in Canada and their results weren't nearly as good nor natural.

If you're interested in seeing my rhinoplasty before and after photos you can check out my blog photos http://addicted-2-beauty.blogspot.com/p/cosmetic-surgery.html comments and questions welcome. Also I'm considering cheek implants or radiesse or juviderm injections into my cheeks... so far i've been quote 21,000baht! which seems ridiculous when it's cheaper in canada.... any suggestions?


Was reading your blog about how your nose was really swelled even months after the surgery. How long would u say it took before you thought it looked good enough? Would 30 days be enough time for the swelling to go down mostly?


well, the pictures on my blog are from 11 days after surgery, so I guess it was ok enough to leave the house around then, but i think the bridge looked quite wide and swollen for just over 2 weeks, but I would say 30days after you'll start getting back to normal. I think mine was more complicated than most because he had to cut my septum, in some case your septum doesn't have to be cut. I also had two black eyes but as you can see 11 days later (and a little bit of make up) and you can't tell.

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Postby volatile_koala » Wed, 18 May 2011 6:42 pm

ahappycamper wrote:
volatile_koala wrote:I kinda shared my experience with surgery in bangkok in the "tokai clinic" topic, but I'll just give a short and sweet one here.

My sister and I both did BA's with Dr. Pat at Tokai Clinic in Bangkok and were very happy with the results. I was so happy I decided to go for another procedure -rhinoplasty! I got the hump shaved off my nose, which turned out wonderfully. I didn't get the tip done as Dr. Pat had suggested because I was too scared of so much change and I didn't want to look different than my twin sister. Now that I've had a nose reduction my sister is considering having hers done. Both my mom and aunt also had BA's done but in Canada and their results weren't nearly as good nor natural.

If you're interested in seeing my rhinoplasty before and after photos you can check out my blog photos http://addicted-2-beauty.blogspot.com/p/cosmetic-surgery.html comments and questions welcome. Also I'm considering cheek implants or radiesse or juviderm injections into my cheeks... so far i've been quote 21,000baht! which seems ridiculous when it's cheaper in canada.... any suggestions?

Thanks for sharing your result and experiences volatile koala, glad you are happy with your result.

I have had cheek and tear trough implants by Dr. Chiyarut in Hatyai and even though I'm still swollen a little bit, I can see the bulk of the result and I am very happy with what he's done with my face. I did go through a time where I had an INFECTION on one side of my face, but that has since cleared up...hopefully for good....

Glad the infection cleared up! i imagine that would have been a bit scary. Approximately how much did you pay for cheeks? What's recovery time like? Any pics ? :) also, what are tear through implants? i haven't heard of this one before.

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Postby fabgirl0909 » Thu, 19 May 2011 10:18 pm

Hi Fabgirl 0909
How much did dr.chi offered you?[/quote]

total is 43000 baht
do you think i should ask for discount? :D

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Postby fabgirl0909 » Thu, 19 May 2011 10:23 pm

xKiki wrote:
fabgirl0909 wrote:hey everyone. i'm having my surgery in 2 weeks! i'm so excited
i will have epi+upper eyelid, rhino+alar and chin with dr. chi in one go.
i know the swelling will be awful since i'm having a lot of surgeries at once.
any tips before i undergo these surgeries?
and does anyone know whether i can purchase arnica in thailand(i dont live in sg)?
thanks :D


hi fabgirl0909^^

I am planning ahead with Dr Chi for a chin implant surgery on June. Will it be okay for me to contact you after your surgery? I am unsure about him. :(


yea of course :)
would be glad to share my experience with others haha :D

can anyone help me, i'm unsure about my transport from hatyai to sg. i dont wanna take plane so are there any good couch to sg? i cant find em on google. thankss

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Postby jared86 » Fri, 20 May 2011 2:11 am

Fishball wrote:Please help...

I had done my rhino & alar with Dr Chi in end April,when he did the alar instead trimming the side of my nose he did a inter oral opening under my lip to cut from inside to trim it. My fren which went with me commented that it was quite well done because his was cut from outside by Dr Nara.

Now after 3 weeks when I smile I still look fake & if I laugh it would hurt, worst of all I starting to feel a pain some what like a tearing feeling on the inside (left side, under the alar spot) when I move my lip or talk. Will it be a infection???

Anyone here ever have the same experience, please advice me....Thanks


Hi fishball,

I am experiencing the same thing before... But don't worry.. As it is still under recovery status.. Be patient.. Don't smile/laugh so hard... , slowly your muscle will be loosen due to the regular stretching of your mouth (smiling and laughing) And it will gradually be more natural. But really takes time. Don't worry about infection...

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Postby jared86 » Fri, 20 May 2011 2:23 am

fabgirl0909 wrote:
xKiki wrote:
fabgirl0909 wrote:hey everyone. i'm having my surgery in 2 weeks! i'm so excited
i will have epi+upper eyelid, rhino+alar and chin with dr. chi in one go.
i know the swelling will be awful since i'm having a lot of surgeries at once.
any tips before i undergo these surgeries?
and does anyone know whether i can purchase arnica in thailand(i dont live in sg)?
thanks :D


hi fabgirl0909^^

I am planning ahead with Dr Chi for a chin implant surgery on June. Will it be okay for me to contact you after your surgery? I am unsure about him. :(


yea of course :)
would be glad to share my experience with others haha :D

can anyone help me, i'm unsure about my transport from hatyai to sg. i dont wanna take plane so are there any good couch to sg? i cant find em on google. thankss


Go golden mile and take a look.. Walking distance from lavender mrt. There are a few travel agencies that provide bus service to hatyai. 1 of them is konsortium. Roughly cost about 50bucks. Travel time 13-14hrs..

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Postby Fishball » Fri, 20 May 2011 4:49 pm

jared86 wrote:
Fishball wrote:Please help...

I had done my rhino & alar with Dr Chi in end April,when he did the alar instead trimming the side of my nose he did a inter oral opening under my lip to cut from inside to trim it. My fren which went with me commented that it was quite well done because his was cut from outside by Dr Nara.

Now after 3 weeks when I smile I still look fake & if I laugh it would hurt, worst of all I starting to feel a pain some what like a tearing feeling on the inside (left side, under the alar spot) when I move my lip or talk. Will it be a infection???

Anyone here ever have the same experience, please advice me....Thanks


Hi fishball,

I am experiencing the same thing before... But don't worry.. As it is still under recovery status.. Be patient.. Don't smile/laugh so hard... , slowly your muscle will be loosen due to the regular stretching of your mouth (smiling and laughing) And it will gradually be more natural. But really takes time. Don't worry about infection...


Hi Jared86,

Tks for yr reply, it really ease my mind. Guess now just hv to bear wit it & joke lesser...hahaha...


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