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  1. Hey girls! Iā€™m planning on getting a BA next year and was wondering if anyone can tell me their experiences with Dr Mark Lee? Thanks x
  2. Perth Ladies help please!And any ladies who run with implants? Ive had initial consults with both Sam Cunneen and Mark Lee. Has anyone had BA with either of these guys? Im very confused. Not over sizing but more about tear drop v rounds. Sam rarely uses rounds and clearly recommends the tear drops textured (after explaining tje health risks).Mark on the other hand says he can get results the same as tear drops but uses the rounds and none of the new health risks with the rounds. He mentioned there are 'things we can do' surgically to get a spot on final result. So health wise the rounds are a winner with a surgeon who knows how to use them. BUT....i run alot. So Sam says the textured TD will kind of attach abit more than smooths. Mark says in all the removals he has done he has rarely seen a textured implant that has actually stuck to or attached to the flesh. šŸ¤”šŸ¤”šŸ¤” Any runners on here?Which type of implants do you have? Any problems or issues or are you happy? Any advice from ladies who have used these guys or are runners....greatly apprecaited šŸ˜ŠšŸ˜ŠšŸ˜Š
  3. It seems no one leaves reviews about facelifts... (is everyone trying to keep in secret?) I am planning a lower facelift, neck lift and upper eye lift surgery. Totally confused. Think Mark is the best but I cannot find one review about him and would love to speak to anyone that had had a similar treatment with him.
  4. Hi ladies - PLEASE HELP! I'm about to book in a consult with Mark Lee's in Perth... My new full tata's should be just a few months away! HOORAY! I'm just trying to work out if I want high, moderate profile. round, teardrop. size ....arrggg so many choices. Does anyone have around the same stats who would be willing to share picys and advice? My stats: 55kg 175cm tall currently deflated 10B Thank you!
  5. Hi everyone, I'm a Perth girl, only 19 yo, in the process of trying to get a breast reduction from 18E/F to around a C cup. I have already got a referral from a GP and have seen Dr Mark Lee out in Subiaco about 2 weeks ago. I'm really pleased with his work and really want to go ahead with the surgery, but I've found the cost to be a bit more that I expected - as I saw from other forums that most women were only out of pocket approx. $2000 or so. I have Medibank private health insurance, and I've been told that some of the procedure and most of the hospital stay will be covered by medicare and my health care, but the cover was only roughly $1300 for the procedure/surgeons fees. I was also quoted $7000 for surgeons fees (before cover), $2300 for anesthetist and $1500 for hospital stay. I would just like to know from anyone who has gone through this, if these fees seem pretty standard to you and if the amount of cover provided seems right. I'm also confused at the waiting period, as I'm not sure if this would come under pre existing or not (with back pain and everything for years) as we had to change providers about 9 months ago with hassle from HIF. Alrighty then, thanks everyone! Emilija
  6. Hi all! im looking at getting a breast augmentation at the end of this year. I have seemed to narrow 4 surgeons down. - Anh Nguyen - Mark Lee - Guy Watts - Tony Cannell please post below if you went through any of your surgeons, I would love to see pictures if possible! hoping to get 2-3 different consults. Thank you :-)
  7. Hi I am after advice for post op bras from anyone who has had surgery with Dr Mark Lee as they will know about what I am wondering They suggest to just buy crop tops as in from best and less, the aah bra etc. When I asked about getting a proper post op bra as in one that does up at the front rather than a pull over crop top they want the crop top- to promote more movement getting it on and off. Anyway, I would like to know what you chose? Did you go the best and less crop style? or the proper post op? Thanks
  8. Hi all, Just chasing mark lee's girls that have had bad experiences with him or having needed/needing revision from his surgeries.... any reviews experiences would be great. I respect alot of you have had a great outcome and great experiences but just wanting to hear from those who have had trouble and why Thanks ladies!!
  9. Hi all :-) So I saw Mark today. He recommended 450cc high profile under the muscle and a lift. I am so so so nervous about the lift. Anyone, anyone please comment and let me know how you went with it. I feel so nervous and stressed about the whole thing. Why am I not excited? My husband has been wonderful and keeps encouraging me to just "book it in" but I am honestly scared! Am I the only one? Should I not be doing it? But the thing is I saw my photos on the dr's computer and they look terrible. They need to be repaired, I am very empty, saggy and i have scars under my breast from pregnancy that the Dr will cut out. All up I'm due for implants, lift and the scars removed. It all seems too much and too painful and too scary. Im friggan 30 years old, a mother, and I'm scared? lol Tomorrow is D day (like the pun :-p?) to call them and make the deposit! But please anyone offer information for pain and any before care I should be doing? I would be gratefully appreciative :-)
  10. So I just wanted to post to let everyone know what my experience has been like so far as I had a BA with Dr. Mark Lee in Perth on Friday 3rd July. I had so many preconceived ideas going in to surgery about what recovery would be like and half of them turned out to be untrue! Sorry if this is a bit of a novel... On Friday I admitted myself to St John of God hospital in Subiaco at around 10.15am and by 11am I was taken in to my room, given my surgery clothes, and the nurse began explaining the plan for the day. I got dressed and was told I was on the list to go in at 12.30pm right after the surgeon and anaesthetist had their lunch, so I turned on the TV and waited. Around 12pm a nurse came in and let me know she was going to be taking me in to the pre-op room which is the last waiting place before going in for surgery. Once I got there Mark came and saw me, drew on my chest and finalised the implants I was getting as well as the bone and cartilage removal in my chest I was having done, then the Anaesthetist saw me too to run over what he would be doing and to make sure I was comfortable. By 12.30pm I was in the operating theatre shifted myself from the waiting bed to the surgeons table and next thing I knew I was waking up in recovery. The nurse said I was pretty anxious going under so I must have had a mild spaz that I don't remember, and that ended up affecting me when I woke up as well as I was really anxious and started crying and trying to take the oxygen mask off. They calmed me down in a few minutes and asked me how I was feeling.. holy cow my chest hurt. I remember feeling so angry and frustrated that all the nurses kept asking me if I was in pain or if my chest was just tight and I really didn't know what to tell them because it was both. It was a strange feeling, painful and tight but certainly not 'elephant sitting on your chest' or worse than pain I've had in the past with other injuries (broke my collar bone when i was a kid). I told the nurses I didn't know what level of pain I was expected to tolerate as just tightness and eventually they gave me some pain relief then a needle in the thigh for nausea as I was pretty sure I was going to spew. Got back to my room around 20 minutes later and the nurse called for my partner from the waiting room straight away, I was really glad to see him. I then asked what pain relief I had been given so far as my chest was starting to hurt more, like a deep sharp pain, and when they told me I hadn't had morphine or oxycodone yet I asked if I could have oxycodone. They seemed really reluctant to give me strong painkillers and kept offering me panadol which was frustrating for me as I take panadeine forte and oxycodone at home for infrequent migranes. Eventually an RN came over and told the ENs to get me oxycodone straight away and asked them to start organising my meds for discharge. I got out of the hospital around 6pm and had a horrible car ride home as there were lots of bumps along the way. I took a bucket incase I needed to spew and a pillow to cover the seatbelt but didn't end up using either, I just put the front strap of the seatbelt behind my back. The first night's sleep was the worst for sure, I was on panadol osteo, an anti-inflammatory and 5mg oxycodone at this stage and woke up every 2 hours in pain. By 2am my partner and I figured out I must have a tolerance to oxycodone which is why the 5mg wasn't doing much for the pain, so I doubled it and I slept through to 6am. I have continued to double the amount of oxycodone to 10mg every 5 hours to manage the pain and went to the doctor's yesterday to get another script as I was running out. Yesterday afternoon/last night I had pretty bad nausea despite trying everything possible to get rid of it, ended up going to bed and it finally went away. I think it's just from the number of meds I'm on now, there's 7 different boxes of meds on the counter which i'm taking throughout the day so I can understand why my stomach is a bit upset. Overall the pain has not been anywhere near as bad as I thought it would be, the worst pain i've had was the first night home from the hospital when I didn't have enough pain relief at the time, but that was an easy fix. I have almost full mobility of my arms and have had no problems dressing/undressing myself and doing basic things like picking up my laptop off the ground, making myself toast etc. If anything I've had to be careful of not overdoing it as pain isn't restricting me from doing much at all. I am now going to bed about 9.30pm, waking up around 2am to take pain meds, then waking up around 6.30am to take more pain meds (without an alarm, just waking up to my body) and it's going fine. I prepared my family and my partner for the worst, they thought I would be unable to really move out of bed for the first few days and wouldn't be able to do anything with my arms so it's been a big relief for everyone that recovery hasn't been as bad as I thought it would be. My only real advice would be to listen to your body when it comes to pain relief as the hospital had it all wrong for me. I have bandages on at the moment which I'm hoping to get off on Wednesday or Thursday so I'll post more photos of my girls then. If you would like to view my photos comment on this post or send me a message and I'll be happy to add you to the list .
  11. WOW, finally here, seriously starting to feel the anxious and excitement now! It's all rolled into one! I just want to GET TO THE HOSPITAL hahahahah!!!! Only 1 sleep for me! I will post some post op photos for all to compare when I can, over the Easter break. There are already some pre op one's on my profile. I hope my surgery experience and photos help others, this forum helped me sooooo much, all the photos and stories and experiences of all kinds, it is phenomenal so thank you so so much!!!!!! xxx Started taking my homeopathic Surgery blend today, Normacol laxative/fibre blend is working already so I'm all cleaned out for tomorrow, soooo can't eat today - too nervous and excited!!! My beautiful nan is staying with me tomorrow all day, can't believe it, it didn't matter being by myself (I'm staying in hospital over night) but it is lovely to have someone there while you're waiting to go in. My surgery is scheduled for late morning, early avo! Oh and I thought I was going to get a cold sore last week! I am prone to getting them when stressed out, but I managed it quickly and even if I didn't my surgeon said it is still fine to operate, so that was a relief as I have heard of surgery being cancelled because of them. Ok all packed and ready just had to ride out the day, cannot believe I am getting my new boobs tomorrow! I have wanted this for a good 10 years, finally my dream is about to be reality! Good Luck to everyone who is about to get their boobies upgraded or about to go through plastic/cosmetic surgery of any kind and to those that are already on the other side!!! :) Have a great day everyone!!!!!!!!!!!! xxxxxx
  12. Hi all :-) I'm still really new to the forum and originally joined to see girls experiences with breast surgery within Perth. I thought I would share my story with anybody willing to listen, I found it extremely hard to find another woman with a similar story/case to mine. My current stats: I'm 21, 167cm and weigh 55kgs. However, I'll start the story back in 2011, just before my 18th birthday I had a breast reduction. I went from a large and heavy F cup to a D cup. It sounds terrible but I never took before and after photos, I can't remember exactly what they looked like post-op. After the reduction I felt more confident and comfortable, I started to exercise (I weighed 82kgs at the time), I wanted to lose weight and be happy with myself but I never knew I would come so far. Skip two years down the track and I had lost 27kgs in total. But.. with a huge and natural weight-loss came the sacrifice of my boobs. I'm currently now a very deflated C cup, however in a bra my boobs look great and totally 'normal'. My areola's are also a huge problem.. because they are huge, they even peek out the top no matter what style of bra I wear because they sit so high on my breast. I basically lost all top volume, I have volume at the fold/bottom of my breast and none at the top. (I think it's called upper-pole volume????) Late last year I finally decided that I wanted to do something about it, so I started researching surgeons online in Perth and found numerous surgeons. Although I'm not saying one is better than another, I was very drawn to Mark Lee and the comments I read on him. I want to look enhanced without looking like a stripper but at the same time not looking 100% natural (hopefully others can relate to that bizarre request haha). Long story short I decided to have a consult with Mark Lee, I booked in late November 2014 and finally had my consult with him today, 12 Jan 2015. All the comments regarding Mark's professional manners is completely true, not just for him but for his entire staff. I explained my story to Mark and what I want to achieve, not once did he try to convince me that I needed anything other than what I wanted - there was no pressure or influence of going with bigger or smaller implants. I felt so comfortable and confident with him and you can tell the man knows exactly what he is talking about. His non-existing complication rates are also highly appealing. Mark has suggested for me to have round high-profile mentor implants with submuscular placement. I actually don't know what CC's he will be using! (can't believe I forgot to ask him that) but I have told him I want D - DD. I want very round and full breasts, I tried on sizers and was absolutely over the moon I couldn't stop smiling!! He will be going through my reduction scar which is a lollipop incision and pulling my breast skin tighter for my lift, inserting the implants, then reducing the size of my areola's with a 'cookie cutter' I thought I would be pushing my luck when I asked if anything was available early Feb - much to my surprise 4 Feb was available!!! I go back to uni in March and wanted to get the surgery done well before I went back so I will be at four weeks post op when I return. I am slightly concerned about going away.. my partner and I have friends coming over from the UK, they're only here for six days before jetting to QLD and we have already planned and booked accommodations w/ tours for Margaret River and Denmark on the 19th - 25th Feb so I'm a little concerned but hopefully I will be completely fine :-) Thanks for reading!! Feel free to leave comments and stories, what not. Will keep everybody updated on post-op! Xx
  13. Hi Everyone ! hope you can help ... I have two kids 1 and 3 year old and have bf bouth for year and more. Had a bit of difficulty with bf on the breast that has always bn a bit biger and as a result have uneven skin stretching as well as ariola size and positioning. I would love to have really perky boobs or simetrical breasts withouth perkines , and have had a consolt with dr Mark Lee( lovley dr by the way ) who sugested anker bl without implants. I am happy about not needing implants but am freking out about the scars and how on earth wil he get them even. The one that has more skin and biger areola is lower and has less fat and the one that has more fat has less skin and smaller areola. My thoughts are if I have the full on scar I would be happy if he can get them even but otherwise I would setal for just lifting one to mach the other just in the nipple positions with scar just around the areola. Anyone with similar experiance any advise ...thank you xoxo Ps I am in Perth
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