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  1. Hey Girls, I am looking at going to Phuket in March 2017 to get a breast reduction and implants. The recommendation I got back from Dr Veerawat was a reduction rather than a lift. Just wanting to hear others experiences with Dr Veerawat PIAC/PPSI. Recovery times, hotel recommendations, things to do and for my family to do while I'm out of action etc Also if anyway is going around the same time, would love to hear from you. I am going with my man and we are taking our little man as our family holiday.
  2. I have been communicating directly with PIAC since October to book a surgery with Dr Boonchai, however I have just been informed that he is no longer operating in 2016 I have slightly asymmetrical breasts, I am a C-D but they are deflated and lack upper pole fullness. I want a natural full breast with a big of sag (to make it look natural, if you get what I mean) Dr Boonchai recommended a lift on my left breast, and 200cc-300cc implants for both breasts. I have included my before photo (cringe!) and a photo of my desired outcome. So does anyone have any recommendations for surgeons at PIAC (or whatever it is now with Bangkok hospital) that have had great borderline lift outcomes?? At the moment I'm tossing up between Dr Narupon and Dr Veerawat Thanks a million! xxxx
  3. Please can someone offer feedback on Dr Veerawat. I am booked for BA and BL on the 31st of March. I'm struggling to find many photos of his work and I'm unsure why. I know he is highly experienced but would love feedback from anyone who has had surgery with him
  4. Hey girls I'm booked in with Dr Veerawat for the 2nd Dec and I'm starting to have second thoughts as I really have my heart set on getting round and I know he loves teardrop I'm just wondering if anyone else was in this same position and how he was? I'm thinking I want dr Boonchai who I was tossing up with 7 months ago hahaha or maybe I'm just getting scared of the whole thing HELP!
  5. Hi ladies, Looking at getting a breast lift with implants on Phuket hopefully in October with Dr Veerawat. I (and my husband) are really concerned about the scars and the end result and would love to hear from ladies to have had a BL and BA. Any photos and experiences would be greatly appreciated. I would particularly love to hear from anyone who has had a BL/BA from Dr Veerawat. I can find nothing but rave reviews about him on this and other forums but some first hand experiences would be wonderful. Can't wait to have nice boobies again!!
  6. Hi ladies I'm new round these parts as a member but have been reading these threads for a while and can't collectively thank you all enough for the insight I've gained into BAs. I'm hoping to undergo a BA in June at PIAC after wanting "round boobs to fill a bra, not unfrozen Sunnboys" for as long as I can remember. A friend had her BA there about 2 years ago and they look fantastic, unsure of the PS but she can't rave highly enough about the whole experience. To give you an idea of my natural boobs - "deflated Sunnyboys" is a bit harsh, but they're just pretty small on a broad athletic body. They don't seem particularly bad, just small with a lot of space between the two (cleavage... what's that?!) but I've generally always worn ridiculously padded bras (that were hollow!) which do a good job of false advertising while clothed. I initially enquired through a few beauty getaway companies regarding a BA in Bangkok, but received one or two-sentence responses to my enquiries, even after I sent through dodgily-lit photos for a consult. I contacted PIAC and immediately received what I feel is a much more professional response, and was told to redo the shoddy photos with better light, which I did. I sent off my well-lit tits to PIAC with a description of what I am hoping to achieve and received a response about 36hrs later. Received a detailed 2-pager recommendation, which I must say has freaked me out a little. "Dr. Veerawat notes that you have a difficult breast contour, there is minimal volume at the inner and lower quadrant. Further, your breasts sits high on the chest. He recommends teardrop implants placed over the muscle or through dual plane technique, via the inframammary fold. IMPORTANT: there is high risk of double bubble and medial breast fold. He cannot guarantee this.":confused: My aim is to have a nice rack, C or D max, and through my research on and off over the past year I had a feeling perhaps a teardrop implant would suit my shape. I mentioned this when emailing my expectations of the BA to PIAC but merely said I would be interested to know more about them. When I responded to the above email and asked if the high risk of double bubble and medial breast fold was particular to my shape or if the warning is something everyone receives, I received this: "Based on your chest diameter and natural breast shape, Dr. Veerawat notes that teardrop implants would lessen the risk of double bubble however he wants to emphasize that he cannot guarantee this. He further notes that yours is a difficult case." My questions are - *Has anyone else seen Dr V or another PS who's received this kind of appraisal? *Does anyone with teardrop implants have any issues / successes / suggestions? My initial response when I read their email was, "Well, I'm not going to have a BA if I am in a much higher-risk category than normal," but I'd love feedback from anyone willing to help a sister out I am fully aware that any surgery is risky, so am hoping to make myself as informed as possible. Thanks so much in advance - this really is such a wonderful forum. x
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