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Hello! I am having a Breast Reduction with Mr Tim Brown next month. I've seen a lot of ladies who have had BA's with Tim, and would LOVE to read some Reduction experiences. Has anyone here underwent a Reduction with Tim? Also, if anyone reading this is either booked with Tim or considering him I'm happy to share my experience. I've noticed there really isn't any reviews on reductions specifically. I know what it's like to be in the crazy research phase lol, so happy to help! So far, it has been wonderful. Tim, his nurses and practice staff have made me feel so at ease. Just counting down to the big day now! Thank you
The Surgeon:Extended Tummy Tuck, Breast Reduction with lift with 300cc high profile round implants. Wow, this woman is incredible. She managed to get 5.8kg of sagging skin off me after losing 100kg. I saw reviews stating she was blunt etc, I didn’t get that at all. She was humorous, compassionate and caring, she listened to my concerns but she had her own and I respect that she is the surgeon and knows what she is doing. Her team are incredible and set low expectations however when I saw the after product when I woke up I was surprised. She is amazing and has such attention to detail, her incisions are minimal and the way I was put back together was neat and tidy. Highly reccomended, this woman has changed my life. Destination Beauty: I was lucky to have prime assigned as my rep for my journey, she was on the ball all the time, willing to answer questions or if she didn't know she would go find out, upon reaching Bangkok I was greeted by the team, the girls who deal with the enquiries and also the wonderful service team at the hospital. A Huge shout to to Mary, Gift, Sherry, Martin, Prame, Nam and of course the most beautiful Nurse Aom. I was completely blown away by the service I was given and noticed I wasn't singled out and others got the same. Aswell as making you feel welcome, there is a lot of realism and encouragement especially after surgery, Every question and concern was answered, I couldn't fault my experience I'm still buzzing from it. A huge thank you to Destination beauty team for their attentive and professional approach and of course Dr Angkana.
Hey guys, New to this! Seeking info and recommendations.21yo with dramatic asymmetrical boobs. Had a consult 2 years ago, the plan was to have a slight lift around the nipple in my large breast then implants to even out the difference. Booked surgery for January but had to have another consult today because it has been so long, today's out come has totally shocked me as the plan has dramatically changed, surgeon is now recommending an anchor breast reduction then waiting 6 months to put the implants in. Freaking out about a reduction and the scar on one side then to wait 6 months for the next surgery. Has anyone got a similar story or any info on asymmetrical BA.
Hi there I'm new to this forum & I'm scheduled for a Bilateral Breast Reduction on the 4th of August, 2014 w/ Dr Richard Theile. As this is my first ever surgery I'm kinda freaking out, but also very excited to get on with it & start living my life without these boulders I call boobs. I'm 32 yr old S@HM, living in Brisbane & I have a 20E/F bra size. I've suffered for over 20+ years with a well endowed chest. I started developing @ a very young age ( 9 years old I had my first training bra) & my breasts continue to grow since then. Not even after breast feeding 3 solid sized babies, did they shrink. They had only gotten bigger!! Now I've finished having children, I thought now is the time to do it! Yay! I have thought long & hard over the years & longed to get it done. It's not a decision where I woke up one morning & thought " I'm going to get a breast reduction!". I have endured years of back, neck pain, quite significant shoulder indentations from bra straps, fungal infections after sweating in the hot Queensland summers & not to mention the self consciousness that comes with, especially when it comes to the the unwanted attention from males & general stares, snickers & giggles behind hands from both sexes. So after years of researching via Google (thank god for the internet!!), umming & ahhhing, yaying & naying. It's finally happening! Although I would've loved to go through the public system & not have to pay, I decided to go through the private route ( didn't want to wait another few years through the public system)& all up it's going to cost around $4000, that's after Medicare & Insurance rebates. So not too bad. I'm looking @ getting 1kg each side removed & hopefully be reduced to a large C or small D cup. I would love to hear from anyone who is planning or already had the procedure & anyone that had any experience with Dr Theile. Also! Feel free to add me. Cheers!