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dimples surgey not permanent

Postby michibata2be » Mon, 28 Jun 2010 4:30 pm

ticklemepink wrote:i have already booked an appt with Dr Chi (Hat Yai) in July (:
6,000Baht for both sides. cheap or whaaat! one of my ladyboy friends went to him for alot of procedures & i am super pleased with the results. (:


Dear all,

I just want to share something I got from Bangkok doctor.
Below is the copy of the email to me :

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Dear xxxx,

Here is what the Dr has to say,

Dimples surgery is NOT permanent it may be gone in 6-9 months, the Depth
which can be made depending on the thickness of the cheek. The cost is
650 US$ on both sides. PLease let me know if you want to have the
procedure so arrangments can be made.

Best regards

Nxxxxr
Yanhee International Hospital
Tel: 662 879 0300 ext 10495

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Will you all guys still consider to do dimples surgery after know the result is not permanent ?

Or anybody can share his/her experience about long lasting/permanent dimples surgery result ?

:-D

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Re: Dimple Creation Surgery in Thailand

Postby michibata2be » Mon, 28 Jun 2010 4:32 pm

Shelley211 wrote:Hi,

I am a new member and was looking for your advice.

I am coming to Thailand in Septmember / October and looking for a recommendation on where to go for dimple creation surgery? Ive read some threads and see Dr Nara is a possibility in Hat yai.

Has anyone had this surgery or have any advice for me?

Shelley



Hi Shelley pretty,

May we know are your dimples still there ?

Thanks.



Dear all,

I just want to share something I got from Bangkok doctor.
Below is the copy of the email to me :

---------------------------------------------------

Dear xxxx,

Here is what the Dr has to say,

Dimples surgery is NOT permanent it may be gone in 6-9 months, the Depth
which can be made depending on the thickness of the cheek. The cost is
650 US$ on both sides. PLease let me know if you want to have the
procedure so arrangments can be made.

Best regards

Nxxxxr
Yanhee International Hospital
Tel: 662 879 0300 ext 10495

==============================

Will you all guys still consider to do dimples surgery after know the result is not permanent ?

Or anybody can share his/her experience about long lasting/permanent dimples surgery result ?

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Postby emmm » Mon, 28 Jun 2010 4:39 pm

ticklemepink wrote:i have already booked an appt with Dr Chi (Hat Yai) in July (:
6,000Baht for both sides. cheap or whaaat! one of my ladyboy friends went to him for alot of procedures & i am super pleased with the results. (:


hi, could you provide his email please? i would love to go there too. prefer if i could go with somebody but the earliest i can make it is august, school holidays hehee. thanks!

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Postby aadvark » Fri, 02 Jul 2010 12:26 pm

Dimple surgery may not be permanent. Mine is still faintly visible after 2 years, cld be because i did it on top of my existing even fainter dimples. I know of another forumer whose dimples disappeared in 2 mths.

Might not be worth the effort and money. Because initially after the surgery, the dimples are very visible even when u dun smile. Mine took a month to fade to a natural state.
Next: Forehead augmentation, botox, RF

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Dimples surgery surgery may not be permanent

Postby michibata2be » Mon, 05 Jul 2010 4:49 pm

aadvark wrote:Dimple surgery may not be permanent. Mine is still faintly visible after 2 years, cld be because i did it on top of my existing even fainter dimples. I know of another forumer whose dimples disappeared in 2 mths.

Might not be worth the effort and money. Because initially after the surgery, the dimples are very visible even when u dun smile. Mine took a month to fade to a natural state.


Hi aadvark,

Can you share which doctor / hospital you go to ?

You are right that is is not worth the money is the dimples just dissappear after 2 months :(( it is too expensive if only last for 2 mths

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Re: Dimple Creation Surgery in Thailand

Postby cherryjan » Wed, 14 Jul 2010 2:03 pm

star** wrote:
Shelley211 wrote:Hi,

I am a new member and was looking for your advice.

I am coming to Thailand in Septmember / October and looking for a recommendation on where to go for dimple creation surgery? Ive read some threads and see Dr Nara is a possibility in Hat yai.

Has anyone had this surgery or have any advice for me?

Shelley
:) Hi, i noticed that you posted this last year, have you already gotten your dimples done in Thailand? i am thinking of having one done in May this year...How long does it take before the 'hole' will START to mellow so it doesn't show when you are not smiling? hope your surgical experience was good..Thanks!!


Hi shelley and star have anyone of u done the dimples creation? if yes pls share with me can cos i'm going in OCT 2010,,, many thanks

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Postby cherryjan » Wed, 14 Jul 2010 2:09 pm

ticklemepink wrote:
claire gan wrote:Hi Shelley, I am a new member. I am very keen on going for the dimple creation surgery. Heard that Dr. Nara charges are very low (only 4000 baht for dimple creation) and the results are not bad. Why didn't you go to him?

Hi Star, when are you planning to go hat yai? Perhaps we can arrange and go together as I do not want people around me to know but yet I don't have the courage to go alone.


hey babe, have u done urs? im planning to do mine in July. together with B.A


Hi Tickleme pink, have u done ur BA and dimples yet if yes how is the outcome? Me and my gf going in OCT. we will be seeing Dr Nara. Ticket already booked le.... Pls share if u have done it.

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Postby Shelley211 » Sat, 07 Aug 2010 6:36 am

michibata2be wrote:
Shelley211 wrote:No he didnt mention them? Just asked me where i would like them then went over it with me. I'll try get some pictures up over the weekend and show you before and afters.

The swelling was for a few days, there wasnt any bruising just tiny little marks that looked like freckles but they dissapeared after about a week or two.

I wanted mine fairly prominent so i asked him this and he made two knots instead of just the one on each side so they were more noticable :)


Hi Shelley,

How is your dimples now ? Is it still visible or disappear after the surgery ?
Can you show me the photos before and after the surgery ?
:-)


hello, yeah course i can send me your email address and i will send you some pics.

I love my dimples there perfect! quite prominent and deep set which is exactly what i asked the surgeon for.

Ive had them for 3 months now and there still very much there. The surgeon done mine by tying a knot in the muscle so i guess maybe its possible for this knot to fall out? im not sure or maybe this is something that can happen if you create dimples using another method.

I didnt go to Dr Nara in the end mearly because i didnt get any reply from him and didnt want to go all the way there and be let down, yanhee hospital was amazing in terms of communication, assistance etc and they were in touch with me very often, they even arrange for a free pick up for me at the airport upon arriving in thailand to takeme to my hotel. My experience with them was excellent so i do definately reccomend them, also when i had to go back to get repeat prescription i was seen very quickly and they were great.

I did notice bangkok laser done them at an awsome price but this wasnt an option for me because at that time the red shirts were around that area. Also like i said yanhee was amazing with contact etc so i felt most comfortable with them and decided it was worth the extra money.

I will update on the dimples from time to time to let you all know if they remain permanent x

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Postby Shelley211 » Sat, 07 Aug 2010 6:49 am

oh and i will also tell you all about my post recovery which i forgot to mension......

On the day of the surgery i was given a local anaesthetic and wheeled into theatre. I was awake for the proceedure but didn't feel any pain. Afterwards they let me sleep of the anaesthetic for a while (not sure exactly how long as i didnt check the time when i got up)

Upon waking up my cheeks were very swollen, i was given ice packs and prescribed anti-biotics and anti-imflamatory pills and adviced to also regularly use the ice packs to help reduce swelling. I had no visable scaring however i did have a large dot on each side of my cheeks and alittle blood kind of like a pin hole but a bit bigger and very prominent permanent dimples! Its alittle strange to see yourself like this at first.

Over the next few days the swelling went down and there was slight bruising, the dimples took over a couple of different shapes over my recovery period and didnt properly indicate my final results so just so you know the imediate effects may change.

After around week 3 my dimples began to fade and only came out when i smiled however i did have a little indent on each sides still there when not smiling, i would say week 5-6 is when they finally set and are now only there when i smile.

I hope i have covered everything here and not missed anything out.

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Postby bingqiling » Fri, 13 Aug 2010 12:27 pm

OMG, having dimple is my dream. Even though Bangkok is cheap, but is it safe? I don't want to risk my face just because of few hundreds different. Does anyone know if Singapore has any doctor who does this operation?

TIA :)

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Postby turnerdhr » Sun, 15 Aug 2010 6:56 pm

bingqiling wrote:OMG, having dimple is my dream. Even though Bangkok is cheap, but is it safe? I don't want to risk my face just because of few hundreds different. Does anyone know if Singapore has any doctor who does this operation?

TIA :)


The Surgeons in Thailand are great, if not better. It is cheap only because of culture, demand and acceptability (ladyboys, government's push for medical tourism industry etc). BOARD CERTIFICATION is a good benchmark to determined safety and choice of your surgeon. Dr. Chirayut and Dr. Nara in Hat Yai are board certified.
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Postby BeLLe83 » Wed, 01 Sep 2010 4:52 pm

Hi All!

I'm also looking to have my dimples done. Seems alot of babes are going up Thailand to do it..
Anyone doing in Singapore?

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Dimple Creation

Postby mag78 » Thu, 30 Sep 2010 10:50 am

Hi Dear all,

I'm also keen to go Hatyai for dimples creation in Nov 2010.

Will anyone be so kind to share with me before & after pics , and also pics on how will look like when dimples are visible even when not smiling.

Hi Shelley211,
Can you share with me the pics too? Thanks!

My email is magdalynloh@gmail.com

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Postby turnerdhr » Sun, 27 Feb 2011 7:06 pm

BeLLe83 wrote:Hi All!

I'm also looking to have my dimples done. Seems alot of babes are going up Thailand to do it..
Anyone doing in Singapore?


From reading the recent news in the papers, it is evident that Singapore surgeons are famous for over-charging. We are fortunate that we are able to have the option to go to Thailand for medical procedures. I am not sure how much real experience the Singapore surgeons have with aesthetics work, eg, rhino, lip reduction, chin implants etc. for example, the surgeons in Hatyai and BKK are doing procedures everyday. I know that in Singapore, there aren't many surgeons getting so much practical experience with patients here.
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wana to do dimples recreation so so so much

Postby almondnana » Mon, 02 May 2011 2:18 pm

Hi Hi all babes,

so far how the results of the dimples recreation? pls share with me.. coz i wana create a cute pairs too...


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