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Hi ladies, I’m looking to get a BA done in Melbourne. I’ve been to see a few surgeons including Dr Mark Ashton who I really liked, he suggested 330-375cc anatomical implants. I’m 5’10 and about 67kg with an athletic frame and small A cup at the moment. My only concern in the cost, I’m wondering whether I could get the same results with Dr Greensmith who charges significantly less. I would love to know your opinions/experience on surgery, results, aftercare etc. with these two surgeons Thank you xx
Very excited to have booked consultations with both these surgeons! Looking for any reviews or feedback on either of these two docs please!
I am booked in for rhinoplasty with dr Greensmith in October. Do people think the outcome is much different to the computer imaging? I am also having to have a fascia graft from behind my ear as my skin is thin has anyone else had this? i would love to see people's before and after photos who have had surgery with dr Greensmith
Hello all! I got my nose done in January of 2012. I was 21 at the time and I am now 22. Well, a year and two months ago I got my deviated septum fixed, and along with it cosmetic changes. This is a long time to write my story, but I thought waiting until it healed would be best. I've always suffered from poor breathing and sense of smell since I broke my nose. I was also very self conscious, my nose was fairly large and unfeminine due to the breaks and genetically a larger nose. I decided I had enough of not wanting to look people in the eye and feeling bad about how I looked every day. I read many, many reviews on all the doctors and heard Dr. Andrew Greensmith had a much more 'natural' approach to his end results. I had placed confidence in him, so I decided to travel down to Melbourne (where I used to live) for a consult. During the consult, he was extremely professional. He actually pulled up a lot more issues that could be corrected - He was going to fix the deviated septum, break the nose to reset it and remove some of the bulk from the side. I wanted a completely straight nose, so he would shave down the bone. He also slimmed the top of my nose, removed some of the area between the nostrils and raised the tip of my nose slightly. He even went through my mouth to remove some of the bone UNDER my nose to make it sit more in shape with my face. Phew! It was going to be a very long operation, around three hours. They took the xrays and he showed me 'my new nose'. I couldn't of been happier seeing it, it looked perfect. At that point I knew we were on the same page and I felt very happy with the prospect of him being my surgeon, so I didn't bother seeing anyone else. I came back merely months later very early in the morning to get my surgery after two consults. No make-up, loose clothes and a bit nervous. I met the anesthesiologist who was an extremely nice man, and they put some numbing cream where I was going to get my needle. Sadly the nurse put it on the wrong area, but when I was lying down the needle itself wasn't so bad and I was out in a flash! When I woke up, I remember flash backs of being in and out of consciousness and then I was alert, upright sitting on a chair and eating haha. No idea how it happened or how I got my clothes back on, but my surgery was done and I had a big cast/splint on. I stayed in Melbourne for two weeks (rented a house with my parents) and to this day I think it was two of the best weeks of my life. Got to spend really good time with them, I had so much extra time to really pamper and take care of myself and just focused on healing the best I could. When I got the stitches out, it was a very uncomfortable feeling. I still have a little nick in my nose from where I was cut. Getting thre packing out was sort of uncomfortable, but not painful - a very odd feeling! When the splint was taken off, I was a bit upset and shocked at how different and small my nose looked, and all during the car ride back to my state I was looking at it. My mother had gone home after the first week but never saw the end result - so when I did get home, she said it looked so beautiful and natural, and a smaller version of my nose before. Not many people in general even noticed it was different at all, some people asked if I changed my hair haha (which I did!) and said I looked nice. As for the picture they made on the computer, I fee that my nose came out nicer than the image. He didn't get the nose completely straight from the side, there is a small dip but its very flattering. Now, I am completely satisfied with my new nose. It has completely restored my confidence, and I am much less anxious now and as I said, couldn't be happier with Dr. Greensmith. If anyone is considering him to be your surgeon, I urge you to at the very least have a consult. Amazing man and Doctor! Now for the pictures [ATTACH]8069[/ATTACH][ATTACH]8070[/ATTACH][ATTACH]8071[/ATTACH][ATTACH]8072[/ATTACH][ATTACH]8073[/ATTACH] These pictures are in order, the first day getting back of my surgery and then throughout the two weeks. Had only a tiny amount of bruising. Last two pictures was the day I got my splint off and the tape put on my nose (wore it for two days).