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  1. I believe this is not recommended immediately after surgery and for the first few days of recovery. It was explained here - http://www.advancecosmetic.com/blog/things-to-avoid-after-a-nose-job They also detailed a lot of the things you need to avoid after a rhinoplasty.
  2. I have the same problem. If alarplasty is needed, how long would it take for me to recover from it?
  3. Hi ella! I was also researching some good double eyelid surgery materials myself. I found this easy-to-digest info - http://www(dot)advancecosmetic(dotcom/blog/10-important-questions-double-eyelid-surgery
  4. With the right help, you can get a natural-looking result. You just have to make sure that you do your homework in finding the right surgeon, and be on the same page with him when in terms of aesthetics and goals. Do you have a surgeon in mind already? If you jump right in unprepared, there is a good chance that you would regret the outcome.
  5. You might want to try dr. andrew ahnsup kim. he operates a clinic in Melbourne and I think in Sydney as well. I found more about him by reading threads and through their official website, advancecosmetic.com. I did go to several surgeons to check my options and choose as to whom I feel more comfortable with.
  6. Yes, I had my surgery with him. It resulted in a successful outcome and was pleased that I was healing in time without any untoward reactions or complications.
  7. I would like to ask if it is safe to have multiple facial procedures? A friend is planning on getting a rhinoplasty (primarily) but is also considering other procedures to go along with it, double eyelid surgery, a chin augmentation and a face lift too. Would that be too much in one session?
  8. You might want to ask dr. andrew kim. advancecosmetic(dot)com. I also considered him for my procedure too. Hope all will be well with your cosmetic procedure. Take the time to find a good doctor.
  9. Hi! I've been mulling over a similar concern. I am based in Sydney, and would prefer a local surgeon for convenient reasons. However, the significant amount that I can save if I have it done abroad, like Thailand for instance, is definitely remarkable. But the quality and safety of the procedure is also something that I am apprehensive and worried about. So far, I have gone to two surgeons here in Sydney, and a strong contender for me is Dr. Andrew Kim of Advance Clinic. I would suggest that you also check him out if you are also in the process of looking for surgeons. I am also looking into others to see who among these listed locally can convince me enough based on their portfolio and price.
  10. Yeah, I guess you're right. The right word would be reasonable instead of going for cheap. I've looked around good several surgeons already and I find quite a few here in Sydney that I am confident about. Do any of you have names I should look into?
  11. Thanks! I finally decided to go with a certain Dr. Andrew Kim of Advance Beauty Cosmetic. I scheduled my procedure about a month from now. I took your advise into consideration and I realized that it would be a wise idea to just do it locally instead and just take the time to find me a good and reliable surgeon. I agree that it would become very risky to have it done in some exotic country a thousand miles away from where I am at. The flight, accommodation, and the aftercare is definitely something to be prioritized.
  12. Hi! i am quite new to the forum. This would be my first post actually. Can I ask if there are certain things that I need to prioritize when preparing for a rhinoplasty? and in this case is going overseas more economical than just having it in aus, or any region in australia?
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