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Postby Blissful09 » Mon, 07 Dec 2009 2:22 pm

yay!!! im really happy i got everything figured out!!!

If any of u coming to Taipei wanna meet up with me and another singaporean girl

We will be in kaoshiung but will be in Taipei on December 25th!
add me blissful09@live.ca
we'll be happy to shop with u

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Postby moodie » Mon, 07 Dec 2009 2:42 pm

missuglynose wrote:huskyjude and moodie: I'm gonna ask my friend to help me call the clinic within this week. Will let you guys know!

huskyjude: When are you going for your surgery? All the best!

Moodie: The doctor at 丽晶 is 陈院长,so I assume he/she is the head surgeon? They don't have a website so my friend will have to call on my behalf as well.


Thanks missuglynose. They have a website although not very comprehensive: http://www.regentbeauty.com/specialism_ ... 73&ptype=2

When are you planning to go by the way?

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Postby missuglynose » Mon, 07 Dec 2009 2:55 pm

moodie: The site you have is for the KaoShiung one - there's two 丽晶s, but one specializes in skincare and the other is famous for the mini incision surgery. Both are operated independently of each other and are not related.

The famous 丽晶 for double eyelid surgery is in Taipei, but I can't seem to find a website for it. Not sure if you can read Chinese, but this is the thread with the address and contact number for the Taipei 丽晶 and also clarifies that there are two of the same name.... :)

http://www.fashionguide.com.tw/MsgL/07/ ... _割雙眼皮_277_1_8.html

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Postby missy-me » Mon, 07 Dec 2009 9:47 pm

other than nuts and seafood, what other food do we have to avoid after rhinoplasty? can eat instant noodles??

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Postby huskyjude » Mon, 07 Dec 2009 10:19 pm

missuglynose wrote:huskyjude and moodie: I'm gonna ask my friend to help me call the clinic within this week. Will let you guys know!

huskyjude: When are you going for your surgery? All the best!

Moodie: The doctor at 丽晶 is 陈院长,so I assume he/she is the head surgeon? They don't have a website so my friend will have to call on my behalf as well.


I'm still thinking. Probably early Jan. I'm gg Dr. Nara in a few days time. Yes, please update us about lijing!

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Postby jamie82 » Wed, 09 Dec 2009 6:01 pm

Anyone planning to pay by credit card to Dr. Kao? Having second thoughts about bringing so much cash.

I'm also wondering whats the maximum that can be drawn from ATMs in Taiwan =X Would be appreciative if anyone has info.

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Postby missfoxxxy » Wed, 09 Dec 2009 6:21 pm

Omg PLEASE invite me too!! I super want to find people to go Taipei with me!

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Postby aneles » Wed, 09 Dec 2009 10:55 pm

re. payment at dr kao - you can pay with your credit card - but do let dr kao know in advance so he can help you make the necessary arrangements - not sure if both hospitals now accept credit cards... last yr, some said tri-service hospital did not take credit card, only kangning accepts.

note that some banks in taipei do not change SGD$ (very weird)

for me, i ended up going to the domestic airport (name escapes me now) where there were money exchange counters.

rate was competitive, better than what i changed in SGD.

do bring sufficient $$$ as its not tt easy to find a money changer (its not like in SGD where you can find them in abundance).

HTH!

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Postby missuglynose » Thu, 10 Dec 2009 5:14 pm

huskyjude wrote:
moodie wrote:
missuglynose wrote:moodie: I'm planning to call the office - my friend's Taiwanese so I'm asking her to help me make an appointment, to save $ on International calls. I tried to do the whole online appointment thing but it's such a hassle to sign up (and I don't think you can with a foreign address :( )

I've also lined up a second option in case she's not available/too expensive/cannot give me what I want. The center is called 丽晶, also in Taipei (there's a place in KaoShiung with the same name but not the same center). All the most recent double eyelid surgery raves on Fashion Guide are from that place. Am planning to check out both before making my final decision :)


I read it on Dr Su's forum that it costs 16000-26000 TWD for double eyelid (not sure if it includes epi). I can't believe it's so hard to get in touch with her because I remember a foreigner went to there before. Can you please let me know if you have successfully made an appointment with her?

I heard about 丽晶 as well. It costs 25000 for their famous tiny incision method. I can't seem to find which doctor does the eyelid surgery though. Have you contacted this clinic yet?


Ya me too, I tried emailing her 3 weeks ago but never got any replies. Will be going Dr. Chuang instead. Dr. Jung was the fastest in replying, within the next day or so.


Yay so I managed to get an appointment with both Dr. Su and 丽晶 on the same day! I think the best way is to call...

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Postby jamie82 » Thu, 10 Dec 2009 6:49 pm

aneles wrote:re. payment at dr kao - you can pay with your credit card - but do let dr kao know in advance so he can help you make the necessary arrangements - not sure if both hospitals now accept credit cards... last yr, some said tri-service hospital did not take credit card, only kangning accepts.

note that some banks in taipei do not change SGD$ (very weird)

for me, i ended up going to the domestic airport (name escapes me now) where there were money exchange counters.

rate was competitive, better than what i changed in SGD.

do bring sufficient $$$ as its not tt easy to find a money changer (its not like in SGD where you can find them in abundance).

HTH!


Thanks so much :)

I actually emailed him and he said

" Payment method is up to you, cash or credit card when you register. Dr Kao "

I'm assuming register means when I reach the hospital and give them my personal details? It sounds so vague lol compared to "making necessary arrangements".

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Postby aneles » Thu, 10 Dec 2009 7:04 pm

jamie82 wrote:
I actually emailed him and he said

" Payment method is up to you, cash or credit card when you register. Dr Kao "

I'm assuming register means when I reach the hospital and give them my personal details? It sounds so vague lol compared to "making necessary arrangements".


yep, after consultation with dr kao, you will also need to pop by the hospital to register yourself, & go for the necessary checkups (like blood test, xray etc)

at this time, you let them know your mode of payment. ;)

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PS with Dr Chuang

Postby psgirl » Thu, 10 Dec 2009 7:05 pm

Hi all,

I had a few surgeries with dr chuang before. I will be sharing my experiences with Dr Chuang at the the website below: -

www.christinekosite.com

I am still typing the post so please be patient with me.

Cheers!

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PS in taiwan

Postby psgirl » Thu, 10 Dec 2009 7:10 pm

Hi all,

For those going for ps with dr chuang, i have all the information that you need. From booking appt, payment, accomodation, precedures etc etc.

Please visit www.christinekosite.com at their forum page. I will write everything there as well as answer all your question there.

Cheers!

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www.christinekosite.com

Postby psgirl » Fri, 11 Dec 2009 3:04 am

Hi all,

I'm sorry. I haven got time to post about my experiences with Dr Chuang in Taiwan at www.christinekosite.com forum. I will definately post it by tomorrow.

If any of you need information about PS, maybe you all can consider visiting www.christinekosite.com.

Another thing is that I heard that new website is going to do reviews on Korea and Singapore PS surgeons.

Cheers!

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Postby psgirl » Fri, 11 Dec 2009 4:06 am

Hi,

I have just posted my experiences with Dr Chuang at www.christinekosite.com forum.

Check it out.

Cheers!


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