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Postby student23 » Fri, 01 Aug 2014 1:36 am

Hi all, previously did my double eyelid with Dr Chi and nose + chin implant with Dr Nara.

Happy with my eyes, nose thought it was too conservative and removed my chin implant.

Am considering a jaw implant now. Does anyone know any recommendations for it in Thailand? I think its quite a rare procedure atm. Taiwan does it i think but its really expensive!

Thanks alot again!

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Postby ohlala_PS » Fri, 01 Aug 2014 4:24 am

student23 wrote:Hi all, previously did my double eyelid with Dr Chi and nose + chin implant with Dr Nara.

Happy with my eyes, nose thought it was too conservative and removed my chin implant.

Am considering a jaw implant now. Does anyone know any recommendations for it in Thailand? I think its quite a rare procedure atm. Taiwan does it i think but its really expensive!

Thanks alot again!


http://tokaiclinic.com/clinic/51/Facial ... %20Implant

I was just looking at this, the result looks pretty good

Your best bet would be Thailand for that because they do F2M surgery there more than other places

Are you boy or girl?

I have the high cheekbone square jaw look I like but it makes my face look wide and fat somehow

Maybe I'll go do the V lift that lifts the skin fat and muscle without touching the bone, because I dislike the typical Korean V face look

What was wrong with your chin with Nara?

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Postby boii18 » Fri, 01 Aug 2014 12:56 pm

the korean Vface look is not that nice. it looks weird.

the upper cheeks r full and the face is V. the buccal area is depleted of fat and it is overall not so harmonious

most k pop stars eschew a too V-shape face by avoiding the fat removal n instead do lifting


anyway i letting go my facial (chin lipo) compression garment at $15. let me know if your interested. korean brand, pic available on request. Box still available.. size for child (ive a small face) haha

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Postby ohlala_PS » Fri, 01 Aug 2014 2:12 pm

boii18 wrote:the korean Vface look is not that nice. it looks weird.

the upper cheeks r full and the face is V. the buccal area is depleted of fat and it is overall not so harmonious

most k pop stars eschew a too V-shape face by avoiding the fat removal n instead do lifting


anyway i letting go my facial (chin lipo) compression garment at $15. let me know if your interested. korean brand, pic available on request. Box still available.. size for child (ive a small face) haha


I know the V face doesn't really look good because everyone has it in korea i personally dislike it too

http://thelineclinic.com/wp/?page_id=152

this is the vlift i am considering doing

but i don't want V face I want keep my square face just make it smaller

seems like no one has the answer

i asked everywhere already ...

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Postby dirtypop » Mon, 04 Aug 2014 12:37 am

I have been doing a lot of research on forums and stuff for the past few years before finally deciding to go ahead with Dr Nara. The forummers have helped me alot so I decided to share my 2 cents worth hope you find it useful!

I made the appointment sometime in March and recently made a trip to Hatyai for the surgery.

I did revision blepharoplasty as I had previously done the stitching method in Singapore back in 2012. ( it didnt last - it made my eye bigger though)

I stayed for approx 4 days 3 nights and appointment was made towards the end of my stay but 2 weeks prior to the surgery the nurse actually contacted me to inform me that Dr Nara had to make a trip to Bangkok :O So I had to go to the clinic right after I land (taxi drivers will be able to find it).

The surgery took about 1-2 hours? Not too sure cus I wasnt aware of time. I was supposed to be asleep but I was pretty awake throughout the surgery so I could smell the laser cutting through my lids. The nurses will also tie your hands to the bed haha.

I am quite easy to please so I basically told Nara the issue i had with my eyelids (droopy) and he basically drew my eyes to his satisfaction and proceeded with the surgery (didn't show me haha).


So far so good, healing process was not as good as the girl who did after me maybe because i was smoking and drinking even on the night before the surgery. Took out the stitches on day 4 (by the nurse) Swelling went down by alot and the colour is not as intense after the stitches were off.

Please do not hesitate to contact me if you need pictures!

Good luck xx

p/s some grammatical error... eyesigh still blurry and maybe spelling errorss

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Re: Dr Nara

Postby locoroco » Wed, 06 Aug 2014 11:34 pm

dirtypop wrote:I have been doing a lot of research on forums and stuff for the past few years before finally deciding to go ahead with Dr Nara. The forummers have helped me alot so I decided to share my 2 cents worth hope you find it useful!

I made the appointment sometime in March and recently made a trip to Hatyai for the surgery.

I did revision blepharoplasty as I had previously done the stitching method in Singapore back in 2012. ( it didnt last - it made my eye bigger though)

I stayed for approx 4 days 3 nights and appointment was made towards the end of my stay but 2 weeks prior to the surgery the nurse actually contacted me to inform me that Dr Nara had to make a trip to Bangkok :O So I had to go to the clinic right after I land (taxi drivers will be able to find it).

The surgery took about 1-2 hours? Not too sure cus I wasnt aware of time. I was supposed to be asleep but I was pretty awake throughout the surgery so I could smell the laser cutting through my lids. The nurses will also tie your hands to the bed haha.

I am quite easy to please so I basically told Nara the issue i had with my eyelids (droopy) and he basically drew my eyes to his satisfaction and proceeded with the surgery (didn't show me haha).


So far so good, healing process was not as good as the girl who did after me maybe because i was smoking and drinking even on the night before the surgery. Took out the stitches on day 4 (by the nurse) Swelling went down by alot and the colour is not as intense after the stitches were off.

Please do not hesitate to contact me if you need pictures!

Good luck xx

p/s some grammatical error... eyesigh still blurry and maybe spelling errorss


Hello, so what time did you go to the clinic on the appointed date? And did the price increase once you're there? Could you share what transport you took and which hotel to stay too? Hahah sorry I've quite a lot of questions. Thinking of going in Dec and trying to plan carefully before making the deposit. :)

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Re: Dr Nara

Postby dirtypop » Fri, 15 Aug 2014 5:13 am

locoroco wrote:
dirtypop wrote:I have been doing a lot of research on forums and stuff for the past few years before finally deciding to go ahead with Dr Nara. The forummers have helped me alot so I decided to share my 2 cents worth hope you find it useful!

I made the appointment sometime in March and recently made a trip to Hatyai for the surgery.

I did revision blepharoplasty as I had previously done the stitching method in Singapore back in 2012. ( it didnt last - it made my eye bigger though)

I stayed for approx 4 days 3 nights and appointment was made towards the end of my stay but 2 weeks prior to the surgery the nurse actually contacted me to inform me that Dr Nara had to make a trip to Bangkok :O So I had to go to the clinic right after I land (taxi drivers will be able to find it).

The surgery took about 1-2 hours? Not too sure cus I wasnt aware of time. I was supposed to be asleep but I was pretty awake throughout the surgery so I could smell the laser cutting through my lids. The nurses will also tie your hands to the bed haha.

I am quite easy to please so I basically told Nara the issue i had with my eyelids (droopy) and he basically drew my eyes to his satisfaction and proceeded with the surgery (didn't show me haha).


So far so good, healing process was not as good as the girl who did after me maybe because i was smoking and drinking even on the night before the surgery. Took out the stitches on day 4 (by the nurse) Swelling went down by alot and the colour is not as intense after the stitches were off.

Please do not hesitate to contact me if you need pictures!

Good luck xx

p/s some grammatical error... eyesigh still blurry and maybe spelling errorss


Hello, so what time did you go to the clinic on the appointed date? And did the price increase once you're there? Could you share what transport you took and which hotel to stay too? Hahah sorry I've quite a lot of questions. Thinking of going in Dec and trying to plan carefully before making the deposit. :)


Hello! I went to Nara the moment I landed, you can just go to any of the tour counters to request for a cab to Nara. It should cost you about 250-300 (can try bargaining for 250). Nope price remained the same and I think price has been the same since I heard about Nara back in 2010. I stayed at Lee Gardens. Very near and decently priced. Abit old though. What are you intending to do?

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Re: Dr Nara

Postby ohlala_PS » Mon, 18 Aug 2014 12:00 pm

dirtypop wrote:
locoroco wrote:
dirtypop wrote:I have been doing a lot of research on forums and stuff for the past few years before finally deciding to go ahead with Dr Nara. The forummers have helped me alot so I decided to share my 2 cents worth hope you find it useful!

I made the appointment sometime in March and recently made a trip to Hatyai for the surgery.

I did revision blepharoplasty as I had previously done the stitching method in Singapore back in 2012. ( it didnt last - it made my eye bigger though)

I stayed for approx 4 days 3 nights and appointment was made towards the end of my stay but 2 weeks prior to the surgery the nurse actually contacted me to inform me that Dr Nara had to make a trip to Bangkok :O So I had to go to the clinic right after I land (taxi drivers will be able to find it).

The surgery took about 1-2 hours? Not too sure cus I wasnt aware of time. I was supposed to be asleep but I was pretty awake throughout the surgery so I could smell the laser cutting through my lids. The nurses will also tie your hands to the bed haha.

I am quite easy to please so I basically told Nara the issue i had with my eyelids (droopy) and he basically drew my eyes to his satisfaction and proceeded with the surgery (didn't show me haha).


So far so good, healing process was not as good as the girl who did after me maybe because i was smoking and drinking even on the night before the surgery. Took out the stitches on day 4 (by the nurse) Swelling went down by alot and the colour is not as intense after the stitches were off.

Please do not hesitate to contact me if you need pictures!

Good luck xx

p/s some grammatical error... eyesigh still blurry and maybe spelling errorss


Hello, so what time did you go to the clinic on the appointed date? And did the price increase once you're there? Could you share what transport you took and which hotel to stay too? Hahah sorry I've quite a lot of questions. Thinking of going in Dec and trying to plan carefully before making the deposit. :)


Hello! I went to Nara the moment I landed, you can just go to any of the tour counters to request for a cab to Nara. It should cost you about 250-300 (can try bargaining for 250). Nope price remained the same and I think price has been the same since I heard about Nara back in 2010. I stayed at Lee Gardens. Very near and decently priced. Abit old though. What are you intending to do?


did you make appointment with nara?

i swear they make it so difficult for us to make appointment there

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Postby ohlala_PS » Mon, 18 Aug 2014 12:12 pm

will be in thailand in october to november for surgery anyone wanna meet up please message me !

also will be in taiwan after in december to january for revision

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Postby locoroco » Mon, 18 Aug 2014 5:34 pm

Hi. Thanks dirtypop for the reply!

Yeah they take weeks to reply. The nurse told me to pay the deposit within a week to secure my slot in Dec. However, I hesitated because my friend could not go with me and they strongly advised against going HY alone. Anyone wanna go tgr? HAHAHAHA. I'm thinking of doing blepharoplasty and rhinoplasty.

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Postby dirtypop » Sat, 23 Aug 2014 2:29 pm

locoroco wrote:Hi. Thanks dirtypop for the reply!

Yeah they take weeks to reply. The nurse told me to pay the deposit within a week to secure my slot in Dec. However, I hesitated because my friend could not go with me and they strongly advised against going HY alone. Anyone wanna go tgr? HAHAHAHA. I'm thinking of doing blepharoplasty and rhinoplasty.


Welcome! better to go with someone but I dont think you should do both procedures together though :/ cus your nose might look different after double eyelid surgery like my nose used to look longer but post stitching and incisional double eyelid surgery it looks shorter?? haha

likely to be going back to nara for fillers and botx in october. he did a great job for my friend's fillers!

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Postby Jane Dunning » Sat, 23 Aug 2014 9:12 pm

im researching like crazy and i need to find a skilled dr in thai who can make my asian bulbous nose high and sharp. Im not looking for subtle results as im opting for a very high nose bridge and defined tip. had rhinoplasty in jan 2013 and what a fail it was. There was barely no change and now im frustrated. I just sent a mail to dr prinya but the more i read from others experiences, the more unsure i get. too many negative experiences for me to even feel comfortable letting him touching my nose.

anyone who's had a succesful rhinoplasty in thai? I wish i could go to seoul but the prices are too steep. Ive looked upon yanhee, and yes the prices are good but im doubting about the dr's skills. I wish to do rhinoplasty this or next month. let me know if anyone is doing the same!

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PS with doctor prinya in hatyai during SEPT anyone???

Postby Lalaland8625 » Mon, 25 Aug 2014 9:45 am

Hi girls, I wish to have my upper eyelid surgery during coming September , interested to look for doctor prinya for my surgery, any girls who will be head to hatyai during September too?

Because was too scared of being alone..... :lol:

Can email me at lalaland8625@hotmail.com

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Postby giselababy » Fri, 29 Aug 2014 3:45 pm

Hi Girls, prior reading to all of your post regarding dr Prinya now im uncertain to do my blepharoplasty, epicanthoplasty and chin surgery with him.
Do you know what sort of thing they use for chin? is it a silicon?
and whatabout nose?
thanks alotttt i do have my booking on September but now im uncertain!
should i go for dr Putt instead???


thanks girllllss hope to have you guys reply soon xxxx

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Postby cor » Sat, 30 Aug 2014 9:50 pm

Anyone heard of masterpiece clinic in Bangkok? They are using laser method to burn the eyelids instead of cutting. Been searching for review about them but no review in singapore but in bangkok very famous. Im very keen.


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