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Postby surreymum » Sun, 07 Jun 2009 10:03 pm

Sorry, no idea about rhinoplasty with him, had mine done in UK years ago,(bit of an addict!!). I was simply impressed with his diligence and knowledge; his reason for this was the more time he spent on my needs outside the OR, the less time we would spend in the OR.
Actually he specialsies in cranio-facial surgery, but I figured if he could be an expert in that, then a set of boobs would be no problem!

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Postby bbabymilo » Tue, 09 Jun 2009 11:28 am

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Postby kaya_toast » Tue, 09 Jun 2009 1:01 pm

Hi bbabymilo,

I have also called up Dr Hong Soo Wan's clinic too. According to his staff, he charges $3K each bridge, tip and alar reduction. The medicine will cost about $80 plus.

If you just want to do either, $3.5K should be enough.

But I need to do all 3 and that will cost me $9K before GST....

My family scare I go there and never come back... Hahaha...

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Postby tpl » Tue, 09 Jun 2009 4:07 pm

Hi!!!

I'm working part time in a specialist clinic which deals with this issue and others. You can go down to have a consultaion ard $50. Of course, if you need more details, pls feel free to check. The doc is Dr R. N

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Postby DeannaFord » Mon, 15 Jun 2009 4:43 pm

You have provide good information. So these types of information will help needy people related to it.

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Postby kaya_toast » Mon, 15 Jun 2009 8:30 pm

I will be doing my rhinoplasty op this Friday. Excited but scare... :P

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Postby Breeoei » Tue, 23 Jun 2009 8:57 pm

kaya_toast wrote:I will be doing my rhinoplasty op this Friday. Excited but scare... :P



Hi kaya toast:)

You must have been charged an arm and a leg for your rhinoplasty ah?

Which plastic surgeon did it and at what price?
BREE

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Postby kaya_toast » Wed, 24 Jun 2009 1:15 am

Dear Breeoei,

Nice to hear from you. :)

Hahaha... Tell you hor, the only condition my family allow me to do a PS is.... I must do it in Singapore. Or else they will group together and bomb me day & night... :cry:

Next time, I will not consult them and keep really very very quiet if I am doing another PS. :devil:

Ya. Dr Woffles Wu charged me an arm, leg, head, shoulder, thigh... My last appointment is on Thurseday to remove my stitches on Thursday. Close to $13K including the consultation, op, medicines and follow-up :shock:

But I will say it is worth it. Instead of feeling pain, uncomfort and miserable, I enjoyed the whole process of the surgery. We talked lotsa nonsense and the outcome is satifactory. His nurses and assistants are very serious people who ensure nothing went wrong.

He created a bridge using silicon, removed the fat in my nose, created a tip using the cartilage he found in my nose and reduced the alar using zig-zag stitches.

Today is the 5th day from my op, I went to office to submit my MC. My boss said I look great with my new nose even with the bruises and swelling. Think they entertaining me. Hahaha...

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Postby Breeoei » Wed, 24 Jun 2009 8:53 am

kaya_toast wrote:Dear Breeoei,

Nice to hear from you. :)

Hahaha... Tell you hor, the only condition my family allow me to do a PS is.... I must do it in Singapore. Or else they will group together and bomb me day & night... :cry:

Next time, I will not consult them and keep really very very quiet if I am doing another PS. :devil:

Ya. Dr Woffles Wu charged me an arm, leg, head, shoulder, thigh... My last appointment is on Thurseday to remove my stitches on Thursday. Close to $13K including the consultation, op, medicines and follow-up :shock:


Hi Kaya Toast,

Am glad you are happy and satisfied with your nose job. Having said that,
the amount you paid is really really very costly...well a sucker is borne every minute:( I feel the pinch (oooouch!!!!!) for you haha......The doctor needs more pple like you...but pple are also getting wiser these days....they check around first....mind you they are quite a few good plastic surgeons who can do very good jobs at a fraction of that.....you gotta sell kaya toast your whole lifetime to earn that money hahaha joking:)

But I will say it is worth it. Instead of feeling pain, uncomfort and miserable, I enjoyed the whole process of the surgery. We talked lotsa nonsense and the outcome is satifactory. His nurses and assistants are very serious people who ensure nothing went wrong.

He created a bridge using silicon, removed the fat in my nose, created a tip using the cartilage he found in my nose and reduced the alar using zig-zag stitches.

Today is the 5th day from my op, I went to office to submit my MC. My boss said I look great with my new nose even with the bruises and swelling. Think they entertaining me. Hahaha...
BREE

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Postby Breeoei » Wed, 24 Jun 2009 3:12 pm

[quote="Breeoei"][quote="kaya_toast"]Dear Breeoei,

Nice to hear from you. :)

Hahaha... Tell you hor, the only condition my family allow me to do a PS is.... I must do it in Singapore. Or else they will group together and bomb me day & night... :cry:

Next time, I will not consult them and keep really very very quiet if I am doing another PS. :devil:

Ya. Dr Woffles Wu charged me an arm, leg, head, shoulder, thigh... My last appointment is on Thurseday to remove my stitches on Thursday. Close to $13K including the consultation, op, medicines and follow-up :shock:


Hi Kaya Toast,

Am glad you are happy and satisfied with your nose job. Having said that,
the amount you paid is really really very costly...well a sucker is borne every minute:( I feel the pinch (oooouch!!!!!) for you haha......The doctor needs more pple like you...but pple are also getting wiser these days....they check around first....mind you they are quite a few good plastic surgeons who can do very good jobs at a fraction of that.....you gotta sell kaya toast your whole lifetime to earn that money hahaha joking:)
BREE

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Re: Dr. andrew tay

Postby daisy_teo » Thu, 25 Jun 2009 3:30 pm

rushy wrote:hi,

have anyone consult dr. andrew tay before?

Is he skillful?


He is very skillful. My sister did her ptosis repair and nose with him. And his charge is quite reasonable.
Don't forum you never know who is in love with your smile! :)

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Postby kaya_toast » Thu, 25 Jun 2009 7:47 pm

Breeoei wrote:

Hi Kaya Toast,

Am glad you are happy and satisfied with your nose job. Having said that,
the amount you paid is really really very costly...well a sucker is borne every minute:( I feel the pinch (oooouch!!!!!) for you haha......The doctor needs more pple like you...but pple are also getting wiser these days....they check around first....mind you they are quite a few good plastic surgeons who can do very good jobs at a fraction of that.....you gotta sell kaya toast your whole lifetime to earn that money hahaha joking:)


Haha... Thanks for the advice. :wink:

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Postby bbabymilo » Sun, 28 Jun 2009 3:58 am

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Postby kaya_toast » Mon, 29 Jun 2009 1:40 am

Dear bbabymilo,

Thank you for your compliment. Compare to those warriors that go overseas for best result and price, I am :oops:

I will like to talk about my experience. Hee…

On the day (1st) of the surgery, I took a bus to the clinic alone. I told my family & friends I can manage and I need no one to accompany me. I even wrote my address on a piece of paper just in case I cannot talk.

The pains I encountered in the procedure are during the jabs of anaesthetic (forehead, cheeks and above my upper lips close to the nose) and removal of stitches on the 7th day. The worst is the jab on my upper lip. After the jabs of anaesthetic, the process is comfortable and enjoyable.

After about 3 hrs plus of surgery, I still feeling very comfortable and took a bus home. Hee… 8-)

On the 2nd day, I swelled like a toad and that is the worst day. :shock:
On the 3rd day, I looked like a classic doll- cabbage patch kid.
On the 4th day, I went shopping in Orchard at Mango alone with a mask after the Dr checked my wound.
On the 5th day, I went back to office to check my email and showed my colleagues my swollen face.
On the 6th day, I went to watched Transformer in GV.
On the 7th day, after removing my stitches, from Tanglin, I walked to Lucky Plaza to meet my colleague to eat the famous Ayam Penyat, went to Zara Sales and Isetan Scott to collect a watch.
On the 8th day, I returned to work.

After all these days, I realised the scariest part of PS is… The process is not scary!!! That is why people are willing to go through it again and again to achieve the outcome they want.

I would like to thank aardvark for the telling me it is normal to look abnormal on my 3rd day of surgery when I was a feeling depressed from the swelling. \:D/

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Postby bbabymilo » Mon, 29 Jun 2009 10:21 pm

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