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danielleb820

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  • Surgery/ Procedure
    BA on 28/11/13
  • Name of Surgeon and Date of Surgery
    Dean Trotter ~ ARC plastic Surgery ~
  • Occupation
    Nurse

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  1. I had mine done in Melbourne through ARC plastic surgery (Dean Trotter) and it was in your price range with an overnight stay. I'm very happy with my results and post op care. My only regret is not doing it sooner.
  2. I have similar stats to you - 161cm, 54kg, BWD of 12cm and I got 400cc but different placement and implant. Just to give you an idea I am now a 10E so I think you will definitely get to a D-DD. I wouldn't be too hung up on the bra size as everyone gets different results with the same size implant. If you want the DD I would go for the 445cc
  3. I have never used the numbing cream. There are more sensitive areas than others but you do get used to it. Gabby1 I am in Melbourne and I go to Hairfree. They have specials on at the moment for Braz and underarms for $59 which is a good price, when I first started I paid $99 for Braz only.
  4. I am so glad I had laser done. I started Brazilian and underarms over 12 months ago and I have nothing left. I am now about to start on my legs. Be warned once you start it's highly addictive!! The Fox I think it's a lot quicker than waxing and I personally don't think it hurts as much either.
  5. Oh yay were back. Must get my head around the new format now
  6. No Problem, Thank you for the message. FR accepted :)

  7. Hey Danielle! Hope you don't mind but I have sent FR to see your pics! Thanks so much for your response... :)

  8. I am the same height and weight as you and I got 400s mod plus and I am now a 10E/F depending on the bra but they definitely don't look that big. My BWD is 12cm and I started with an A cup.
  9. She was way out of line. Obviously her advice regarding getting another surgeon to fix them was rubbish. Clearly she is not knowledgeable regarding the process. I'm sorry she upset you and rightly so but please know that she is definitely the minority here. Time is your friend and at the end of the day your decisions are your own and it's nobody elses business where you go, who you choose, how much you pay etc. Chin up lovely lady xx
  10. 3 weeks will go really quick and once you do have them you won't even care about having to wait a bit longer. Good things come to those who wait
  11. I don't usually comment on threads that get heated but CityGal your comments were very nasty and not called for. MrsH you are only 6 weeks post op so I think you need to give yourself a chance for them to drop. I certainly would not be seeking someone to "fix" them at this early stage as mine took longer than 6 weeks to drop. Feel free to send me a FR if you want to look at my pics. Don't listen to the negative rubbish and give yourself time.
  12. I'd love to hear how you go Verucha
  13. No Problem . They don't use wire in them but boning instead which seems to be more flexible. Here's a little bit of info on them from the BNT site Exclusively pioneered by Curvessence at Bras N Things, the bra features a revolutionary new 3D rib replacing the traditional 2D metal wire. The ultimate in comfort, the ribs 3D shape allows it to be worn without placing stress or tension on the body. The rib is embedded into the foam cup pad for truly smooth comfort with no uncomfortable wire channels digging in at the underbust.
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