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  1. Hi everyone! I’m looking at getting my nose done. I had a consultation with Dr Shahidi last year and wasn’t completely comfortable with him. I have breathing difficulty and a deviated septum so I will need an ENT Specialist. Wanting to book a consult soon and have narrowed it down to Dr Marcells and Dr Choroomi. Can anyone give their advice, share their experience and reviews with these surgeons? Or recommendations for others. Thanks
  2. Hi there, really looking for some solid advice or some experience stories from people who have had something similar. I know there are a lot of lurkers on these forums, but I'd really appreciate some advice because I have no one else to ask History: I had a rhino/septoplasty from a Melbourne-based very popular/well spoken of surgeon on these forums, one of the only surgeons who had very little criticism. This was my first surgery, so I researched for over a year before deciding to go ahead with it and spared no expense (since I'd be saving for so long) to have what I thought was
  3. Hi Everyone, I am trying to decided which Dr will be best suited for Septo/Rhinoplasty between Dr Robert Thomas or Perry Burstin? They both look like wonderful amazing ENT specialists whom i would be lucky to see either of them. i just would be super grateful to hear from anyone who had surgery from either one or had any similar experiences, i have a deviated septum and would love to remove the bump on my nose make it a little smaller and cuter Thanks so much for any help. M x
  4. Hey Guys It’s been a while as I posted a topic 4 years ago as to who would be the best doctor to use. I am male and in my mid 30's pleased and so happy to have had this done with Dr Pincock, I have thick skin which is a lot harder to deal with. I had a bulbous tip (big fat nose) since I was 16 which i wanted to make less noticeable and had some breathing issues which needed to be resolved. In all the research and consultations with surgeons, I was happy to go ahead with Dr Pincock. It took me four years to make a decision, I had seen Dr Pincock once but was
  5. Hello, I see alot of people asking about Dr William Mooney both here and abroad. I have booked in my surgery with Dr Mooney and the procedure will take place in two weeks. I plan on updating this thread with my experiences and results in an effort to help other people make a more informed decision. Bit of background; I am a male who lives in Sydney. I initially saw Dr William Mooney in 2014 (two years ago!) at his Bondi clinic. Bit of a mission to find as the Westfield is confusing but once inside greeted by friendly staff and a very nice view of the city. Dr Mooney is a l
  6. I need to have a septoplasty and also get my tonsils removed. My GP who has seen me seen I was born some 30+ years ago recommended Professor Alan Cheng. He is based out of Strathfield but also works at the Children's Hospital in Westmead NSW and is the head of department at Canterbury Hospital. I met with Dr Cheng who had a great manner, didn't speak to me condescendingly, and took his time to explain the process of the septoplasty to me. I have a bump on my nose and it is slightly crooked and have always wanted to correct it, but two plastic surgeons I saw in the past didn't sit right wi
  7. hey! im having a septo/rhino in a months time, just wondering what kind of things i can do to prepare myself to have as fast recovery as possible as im going back to work 2 weeks later? ive heard arnica is good post op but will it help taking it before? also vitamin c? thanks!
  8. Hi! I had septoplasty in 2012 and had a revision this year. My nose is still crooked and points to the left but the whole left side of my face sits higher. I don't think the bone is crooked, but the left nostril sits higher, making it look crooked. Could I get injections in the left side to "relax" my face? I would also like to get the top lip done as it's lost a lot of it's fullness. Can you recommend anyone in Melb that won't cost an arm and a leg? Also wondering if I can get steroid injections in the left side of my nose as there seems to be quite a bit of scar tissue... Does anyone know i
  9. I have my septoplasty/rhinoplasty and BA coming up next week. There's lots of info out there about the BA, but I'm wondering whether I've thought of everything for the rhinoplasty. I have cotton tips and nasal spray (Otrivin) for gentle cleaning. Makeup wipes for removing oil from my face. Panadol and laxatives. Is there any essentials I need to think of or advice anyone can think of?
  10. Hey everyone! I'm day 2 post op after my rhino & septoplasty and I just wanted to detail how it went for those who may be wondering. What Dr Richardson my PS did: * straightened the septum which was deviating to the left, blocking off my left nostril * reduced the hump * lifted the droopy tip * did some reconstruction of cartridge in the right nostril so they are both the same I was under for around 3 hours (the nose part took about 2 hours and the other hour was when I had my breast enlargement). I woke up pain free and have remained pain free. There is literally no pain around my nose
  11. Hey everyone! I'm just wondering whether you could eat solid foods the immediate days post op? Wondering whether I should have some easy to eat foods in my fridge for when I'm recovering.
  12. I've had a bad nose (appearance and breathing wise) my whole life. I've had a terbinectomy (I don't even know how to spell it haha) and a septoplasty by a local ENT. In late 2013 I saw Dr Andrew Greensmith who made me very excited, but also took away any hope I had of having my nose fixed by quoting me a house deposit basically. In 2014 I saw Dr Flood who said my nose was too complex for him to fix as I have a deviated septum and I already have scar tissue from past operations. Next week I am seeing Dr Tony Holmes, and I'm wondering if anyone has any reviews/stories/opinions or anything on h
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