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LaurenT

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About LaurenT

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  • Location
    Brisbane
  • Name of Surgeon and Date of Surgery
    October 15
  • Measurements
    63kgs

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  1. Something doesn’t look quite right. Have you seen your surgeon? Who was your surgeon? I do hope that it’s sorted out since you posted this.
  2. Dr Broadhurst is great. I don’t believe Dr Tansley can call himself a PS over here? Only in the UK.
  3. His name used to pop up all the time a few years back. At least he’s not as popular as he was. Bad news spreads fast.
  4. Just putting it out there... imagine the amount of strippers that have boob jobs. I’m sure it’ll be fine. However check with your surgeon as many recommend avoiding exercises which directly target your chest. I’ve never done pole dancing so I’m not sure how much it targets your chest muscles.
  5. Sorry to hear, but great that your surgeon is getting onto it right away. MRI’s are the way to go. Keep us updated! If they are ruptured will you replace them?
  6. Which doctors have you heard this from? In all my research I’ve never heard that you should be able to ‘spin’ your implants. Massage while healing - yes. Anatomicals certainly shouldn’t be spun...
  7. If you have a skilled surgeon the scarring under your boob will end up right on the crease. I have to lift my boob to find the scar, and it’s that faint that it’s almost impossible to see.
  8. If you want transaxilary incisions that is going to seriously limit which surgeons you can go through. Most won’t do it regardless of the implant size and shape. If this incision is important to you, it will have to be one of the first enquiries you make before you seriously consider any surgeon. Make sure it is something the surgeon does regularly, as if it isn’t, you may end up with suboptimal results.
  9. I had my lips botched by a well known clinic chain. They were badly shaped and I had lumps which weren’t visible but I could feel them. The lumps did go away, however the shape had to be fixed elsewhere.
  10. Just be careful writing negative reviews, even if honest. There have been cases of women being threatened with legal action both on here and other sites if they didn’t remove their reviews. That’s why it’s hard to get accurate information about surgeons.
  11. I can’t believe I’m saying this, I’ve never said this on here, but maybe it would be best to look at surgery overseas. I really don’t believe there are any surgeons over here who specialise in double eyelid surgery or perform enough of them to do a great revision job. A revision is much more difficult than the original surgery.
  12. Her profile said she went with Mark Ashton.
  13. I don’t think Medicare or private health insurance covers anything cosmetic anymore. It has to be a medical issue such as a rupture now I believe. And even then, it’s limited. It’s upsetting, but I can understand why with the number of revisions people are needing especially women getting botched overseas. I basically mainly upped my private health for when I got implants years ago. Looking at dropping my coverage now 😒
  14. That is absolutely horrid that he has said that to so many women but gone back on his word. At least maybe thanks to you ladies, others will be informed before choosing to go with him. I think all surgeons should have their revision policy written out. Especially when it is related to surgical error. I understand that it is hard to prove, but for example most often symmastia is due to surgical error.
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