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  1. Hi Minx, LOL .. that's an interesting question. are we able to track whether our nick has been changed ? hahahaha .. i have no idea, but yes, i lost myself after a breakup previous years ago which tore me into pieces. I went into serious depression and nowadays constantly, i find myself wondering who i am . I tends to change my names on & off in order to try and associate who the hell i am constantly . Currently I am currently in the midst of an acrimonious divorce although the breakdown was not cause by my divorce but rather a relationship i had years ago . I apologize for any confusion cause if any By the way, i am aiming for a Tummy Tuck next year in 2017 . .. Hopefully all goes well for me although my breast implant didn't turn out right after one year and needs further corrective work. *sob sob*
  2. Hi @Ilovehim90, you've done such extensive research and it's really useful to read through. Thank you! I just wondered if you ever went with any surgeons in Thailand? (I may have missed a post so excuse if you've already written more about this). I'm wanting to find a great TT surgeon for MR and Umbilical Hernia. It seems that not all surgeons do hernias too so I'm a bit limited...but interested who you finally chose :)

  3. I did my BA almost one year ago .. and sadly over time, my nipples height has become very obviously uneven. One high & one down. I did my BA via aerola, now i think i will have a problem finding a surgeon that can do correction via aerola as well ..
  4. Mum05, have you gotten the compression garment ? which did you go for ?
  5. Hi Zephyress, I read about your post on Realself.com & saw pictures of the botched boobs job .. may i asked, how about your Full tummy tuck ? i understand you also need a revision for it ? Why is that so ?
  6. i found the pictures of the botched boob jobs done by Dr Thiti here's the link .. http://www.realself.com/question/the-cause-please?show_sponsored=1
  7. Hi Kevin, I did not know that Dr Chartchai has appeared on TV for his works on famous actress/actors . Which TV does he appears in ? Thailand TV Broadcast or ?? I'm not from Thailand nor from Australia ... but now i'm extending my research all the way to California
  8. Type of Tummy Tuck Scars I would like to add on the new interesting information that i found so as to allow others to be more informed & enable them to seek the most advance techniques mastered by the surgeons I have found that TUMMY TUCK scar placement has various kinds The following is a summary of the type of incisions that Surgeons use in Tummy Tucks 1) Full Tummy Tuck (HIP to HIP incision or maybe shorter, but low on the abdomen)a. Full Muscle Plication from above the belly button to below belly buttonb. Full tightening of skin above the belly button & below the belly buttonc. Cons - long scar 2) Full Tummy Tuck with Vertical Scar (this usually occurs in patient who does not have enough excess skin to pull down to the incision line)a. Full Muscle Plication from above the belly button to below belly buttonb. Full tightening of skin above the belly button & below the belly buttonc. Cons - long scar plus vertical short scar3) Full Tummy Tuck (No vertical Scar but a MUCH higher horizontal Scar)a. Cons - Pubis Mons may be pulled up resulting in sun-rising of pubic hair which is super unsightly (super don't like this)b. Cons - the scar will be so high that there's no way for a bikini to hide the long scar that runs across the tummyc. Pros - no vertical scar4) Mini Tummy Tuck with Umbilical Float (for patients with usually lesser skin excess but NEED a full muscle repair from above the belly button to below belly button)a. Pros - Full muscle tightening & skin tightening from above to below belly buttonb. Pros- Short & Low incision c. Cons - Umbilical stalk is cut & there's a couple of downside when umbilicus stalk is CUT so as to reposition the belly buttond. Cons - The Belly Button will appear lower & may not look good for people with short torso & it may look awkwardly out of positione. Cons- It limits one to have a full Tummy Tuck in future if a revision surgery is required5) Hybrid Tummy Tuck ( i love this but applies to patients who don't have a lot of excess skin to remove)a. Pros - Full muscle tightening & skin tightening from above to below belly buttonb. Pros- Shorter & Low incision c. Pros - No cutting of umbilicus d. Pros - No re-positioning of belly button to an awkward positione. Cons - I don't know any surgeons who perform this technique ....... ( T_T)
  9. Hi, I'm hoping to find surgeons who can do mini Tummy Tuck with endoscopic Assistance ..
  10. Hi Mum05, I'm good & i've done more & more research on Tummy Tuck Techniques. I've make my 2nd visit to Bangkok to consult Dr Thiti & Dr Teerasit. Unfortunately, i couldn't catch Dr Amorn Poomee. One of the interesting thing i have brought away from my 2nd visit to Bangkok to consult the 2 top surgeons on top of the 3 surgeons i have consulted in Bangkok, namely Dr Pitch @ Yanhee Hospital, Dr Pichet @ Bangkok Plastic Surgery & Dr Chartchai is that, none of them seems to be practising MINI TUMMY TUCK with Endoscopic Assistance. The only POTENTIAL surgeon who may be able to perform this is Dr Chartchai which i have yet to consult him in further details regarding this technique. I have found Dr Brent Moelleken in California who uses this technique & named it Hybrid Tummy Tuck & trademark this technique in his office. Subsequently, i found other surgeons potentially able to perform the same procedures with endoscopic assistance reducing the unnecessary high incision from hip to hip for some patients with lesser skin laxity. I hope my research will be able to help our forumers here to be more informed of More Advanced Techniques performed by surgeons who are familiar with advance technologies instead of basing purely on well-known surgeons who had built up good reputations due to their number of years of experience. The downside i have discovered is that, among the older & more experienced surgeons, they tends to stick to old surgical techniques which they have been practicing for years & hence, depriving us of discovering more advance techniques which are able to give us better results.
  11. Any idea which surgeon in Australia performs Endoscopic Tummy Tuck ? Dr Brent in California call this procedure a Hybrid Tummy Tuck. I also found Dr Marco in Singapore doing this procedure as well In india, there's Dr Dr. Milan Doshi I'm researching worldwide for this specific surgery as i realized the cost may not be that much difference from my own country & may even be cheaper
  12. I found the following surgeons doing the above procedure 1) Dr Brent Moelleken - He is based in California 2) Dr Chartchai in Bangkok - I haven't really consulted him on this but his website mentioned something about it 3) Dr Marco in Singapore - He seems to be a pioneer in endoscopic surgery including for endoscopic tummy tuck & i just learnt that he can also do Tummy Tuck with Robotic Assistance (WOW!!)
  13. Hi Kevin, But i have checked with Bumrungrad Hospital & their reply is he uses Hospital package for Tummy Tuck... You got different response when you approached him ? I am very excited to note that he may be able to perform endoscopic tummy tuck which falls between mini & full tummy tuck & has the benefit of NOT cutting the umbilicus stalk (hence shifting the belly button to an awkward position) & YET be able to repair full muscle from above the belly button to below the belly button. I think so far on this forum, not many people are well informed the availability of this alternative option & i wish my research is able to help others be more well-informed of their available options. Cheers
  14. I would like to add on the new interesting information that i found so as to allow others to be more informed & enable them to seek the most advance techniques mastered by the surgeons I have found that TUMMY TUCK scar placement has various kinds The following is a summary of the type of incisions that Surgeons use in Tummy Tucks 1) Full Tummy Tuck (HIP to HIP incision or maybe shorter, but low on the abdomen)a. Full Muscle Plication from above the belly button to below belly buttonb. Full tightening of skin above the belly button & below the belly buttonc. Cons - long scar 2) Full Tummy Tuck with Vertical Scar (this usually occurs in patient who does not have enough excess skin to pull down to the incision line)a. Full Muscle Plication from above the belly button to below belly buttonb. Full tightening of skin above the belly button & below the belly buttonc. Cons - long scar plus vertical short scar3) Full Tummy Tuck (No vertical Scar but a MUCH higher horizontal Scar)a. Cons - Pubis Mons may be pulled up resulting in sun-rising of pubic hair which is super unsightly (super don't like this)b. Cons - the scar will be so high that there's no way for a bikini to hide the long scar that runs across the tummyc. Pros - no vertical scar4) Mini Tummy Tuck with Umbilical Float (for patients with usually lesser skin excess but NEED a full muscle repair from above the belly button to below belly button)a. Pros - Full muscle tightening & skin tightening from above to below belly buttonb. Pros- Short & Low incision c. Cons - Umbilical stalk is cut & there's a couple of downside when umbilicus stalk is CUT so as to reposition the belly buttond. Cons - The Belly Button will appear lower & may not look good for people with short torso & it may look awkwardly out of positione. Cons- It limits one to have a full Tummy Tuck in future if a revision surgery is required5) Hybrid Tummy Tuck ( i love this but applies to patients who don't have a lot of excess skin to remove)a. Pros - Full muscle tightening & skin tightening from above to below belly buttonb. Pros- Shorter & Low incision c. Pros - No cutting of umbilicus d. Pros - No re-positioning of belly button to an awkward positione. Cons - I don't know any surgeons who perform this technique ....... ( T_T)
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