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Postby FlyingMice » Wed, 24 Sep 2008 12:00 pm

Where is he be located durind the weekend?

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Postby Dazzlea » Wed, 24 Sep 2008 9:01 pm

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Thank you for application for consultation in Singapore.

I will visit Singapore on 27,28th September.
And when I visit Singapore, I do consultations for the patients in Singapore,
and take care of the patients who had surgeries in my clinic already.
and every consultation for patients in Singapore is free of charge.

I will do consultation in Singapore at 9:30 AM~ 5:00 PM on 28th, Sunday, in September in conference room in Rendezvous Hotel.
Address is; 9 Bras Basah Road
Conference Room: Merevale II located on Level 3 of the extended wing of the hotel (accessible through an escalator outside of hotel’s main lobby)
Telephone for Rendezvous Hotel; 6336-0220.

I think I will have more patients and be very busy at 3:00PM~5:00PM.
Please come to this conference room earlier at 10:00AM ~3:00PM on 28th Sep.

And you can contact me to my mobile phone or e mail.
My mobile number is 82-1192000404 or 82-1091998886
And mobile number of my consultant in Singapore is 9384-8984
You may call to my mobile or my consultant’s mobile when you arrive at Rendezvous Hotel.


Sincerely,

Dr. KIM Byung Gun

BK Plastic Surgery Clinic
Mobile 82-1192000404
Tel. 82-2-5440404
E mail; bk@bkclinic.com
www.bkclinic.com

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Anyone interested to go along?

:D

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Postby sticktothefacts » Thu, 25 Sep 2008 6:23 am

Dr kim,
I will like to have a consultation..do I have to book aan appt?

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zygoma reduction with dr park

Postby kalyn » Sun, 05 Oct 2008 11:26 pm

Hi all, I'm planning to do zygoma reduction and lower blepharoplasty with dr park coming late Oct.

Is anyone going to him during that period of time? Welcome any girls to partner along, please PM me!! thanks (:

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Postby jamie82 » Mon, 06 Oct 2008 1:56 pm

No offence but my 2 cents on extra-oral incisions.

I don't think that method is for everyone, especially for those who are prone to scarring or keloids? As they say, your mileage may vary.

External incision will always provide better access to the bone and allow more aggressive and precise surgery, but the intra oral procedure has improved greatly over the years.

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Consulation with Dr Kim

Postby boicott » Wed, 08 Oct 2008 3:31 am

Hi Dazzlea,

Did you manage to get your consulatation with Dr Kim, I did. Care to share?

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Postby mondayhue » Thu, 09 Oct 2008 10:56 pm

hi... everyone... wad's the diff between jaw reduction & zygomatic reduction?
planning to do in two yrs time... wanna reduce width of face....
any recc? in sg?
pls do pmail me if details of contacts are not allowed to be discussed publicly. All help appreciated :D
really wanna know more abt facial reshaping but very shy and paranoid :oops:

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Postby bergy76 » Sat, 25 Oct 2008 11:50 pm

jaw reduction is what it says....to reduce or reshape the jaw. Zygomatic reduction is to reshape or reduce the cheek.

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Postby kalyn » Fri, 31 Oct 2008 2:04 pm

Dear all. I've finally done the surgery yesterday morning 10am with Dr Park!

I had
(i) zygoma reduction
(ii) lower blehpharoplasty
(iii) botox injection on lower jaws

Now, I'm bandaged in a really tight headband, it's so uncomfortable and I can't wait to change it to a lighter one tomorrow. I'm also puffed up like a hamster, praying for my face to deswell

Owell, anyhow, I wont know the results yet as it's only day 2! Here's the breakdown of the pain level:

Zygoma reduction: 2/10 (no pain during surgery as it was on general anesthesia, the only uneasiness comes from not being able to chew properly for the first couple of days.)
Lower blehpharoplasty: 8/10 (it was a trauma during surgery as I was on local anesthesia for the first time. I could practically feel my muscles tearing apart in my eye sockets, and the stiching part and all was horror It was okay after surgery. Just afraid of the scars *prays*)

So! I'm staying at youngdong hotel which provides pickup service to and fro the clinic. But last night as I went back to the hotel at 9pm, Dr park sent me back personally in his car, as the hotel don't provide its pickup service after 6. So really nice of Dr Park! He's a very friendly and attentive doctor I must say.

I'm here alone and no one to talk to on my surgery during this recovery period. Just hope everything will be over soon :(

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Postby FlyingMice » Mon, 10 Nov 2008 12:35 am

does Dr. Charan Mahatumarat have any official website?

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Young dong Hotel & Dr Park from which clinic/

Postby frances » Tue, 11 Nov 2008 11:20 am

Hi Kalyn:

Am planning to go to Korea and stay in Young Dong Hotel. How's the hotel? Trip Advisor had lousy ratings on the hotel. As I will be going alone - is the general vicinity convenient for food etc?

Presently considering Dr Kim from BK Dongyang. Which clinic is Dr Park operating at?


kalyn wrote:Dear all. I've finally done the surgery yesterday morning 10am with Dr Park!

I had
(i) zygoma reduction
(ii) lower blehpharoplasty
(iii) botox injection on lower jaws

Now, I'm bandaged in a really tight headband, it's so uncomfortable and I can't wait to change it to a lighter one tomorrow. I'm also puffed up like a hamster, praying for my face to deswell

Owell, anyhow, I wont know the results yet as it's only day 2! Here's the breakdown of the pain level:

Zygoma reduction: 2/10 (no pain during surgery as it was on general anesthesia, the only uneasiness comes from not being able to chew properly for the first couple of days.)
Lower blehpharoplasty: 8/10 (it was a trauma during surgery as I was on local anesthesia for the first time. I could practically feel my muscles tearing apart in my eye sockets, and the stiching part and all was horror It was okay after surgery. Just afraid of the scars *prays*)

So! I'm staying at youngdong hotel which provides pickup service to and fro the clinic. But last night as I went back to the hotel at 9pm, Dr park sent me back personally in his car, as the hotel don't provide its pickup service after 6. So really nice of Dr Park! He's a very friendly and attentive doctor I must say.

I'm here alone and no one to talk to on my surgery during this recovery period. Just hope everything will be over soon :(

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Postby jawful » Wed, 24 Dec 2008 5:03 pm

gucci_gucci wrote:No I didn't. My face is much smaller now compared to the first day post op but still very swollen. It should take about 2-3 weeks until I can see the result. Yep the wound is quite long, nearly 4 cm on each side but it is under the chin so nobody can see it from the front. Hopefully it will fade away after 1 month or so.


Hello..

i just did jaw shaving too.. did u have numbness in lower chin from lower lips onwards that lasted for 2 weeks or more? am in my 2ndweek now..

pls help!

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Re: face reshaping which doctor to go to?

Postby parserina » Thu, 25 Dec 2008 8:18 pm

Ush ..
Painfull !!!

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Postby mondayhue » Thu, 25 Dec 2008 11:34 pm

Hi jawful,
how much did you pay for your jaw shaving's surgery?
I heard that Dr.Pat offers different quotations to different customers. But I guess he's not the only surgeon who did that but my main concern is to prevent exploitation.
I was thinking of going to Dr.Pat initially but not so sure now after hearing a series of "numbness" incidents which may be related to nerve damage :???: Can more people who have done jaw shaving before offer some valuable feedbacks? I'm really at a loss now... Have been researching but the infos dedrived from the net can be contradicting, ambiguous & vague. Sighs. And I need more assurance before I can muster ample confidence to proceed on with the surgery.

Factors that are holding me back:
1) Complications involved
2) Intensity of pain
3) Budget

I dont mind if a longer recovery time is needed provided the end result is satisfactory. Hoping to have a one time surgery w/o revision as it's very cumbersome to fly to and fro to a foreign country. (Need to book air tickets. settle accomodation. etc...)

Anyone know who are the doctors who offer free revision if result didnt turn out as expected? I guess I would be more assured then... and dont mind paying a little more for "insurance"... lols.

By the way, is it safe to travel alone to Thailand? I want to be discreet abt my surgery yet paranoid of travelling alone. Any suggestions?

I heard of Dr.Pat doing jaw surgery, how abt zygomatic surgery and thigh liposuction? Anyone can share? I cant find these services listed in his website but seem to have heard of him performing the above mentioned surgeries before, thus want to clarify.

Most imptly, is this Dr Pat experienced in jaw surgery as in better than other surgeons, mediocre or below average?

Appreciate all assistance, feedbacks, suggestions:D

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Postby jawful » Fri, 26 Dec 2008 9:51 am

Hello Mondayhue..

I'm not sure about the probability rate of nerve damage for jaw surgery..
But there is definitely going to be swelling due to trauma in that area..

I think Dr Pat is quite good and his nurses are v friendly.. He offers no cost revision as well..

Mine was probably due to complication in surgery as I insisted that he do from inside.. Apparently it is safer to do from exterior...

From his past patients, can see that results are v good..
Perhaps you can try botoxing jaw to see if u like it first.. Don't rush into it..


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