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;) Hi everyone! Hoping you can hope this plastic surgery forum virgin. Am looking at going to Phuket late March for browlift and upper eyelid surgery. Pretty scary thing any surgery, but Im a bit nervous about the face!!

Does anyone have any experiences they can share on a surgeon who is specialised in this field, as they all say there experienced!!!

Anticipating your reply ...

I will try and navigate my way around this site as I am sure there has to be some posts regarding this SOMEWHERE LOL

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I had a brow lift and and blep in 2009 with Dr Rashapol at PIAC. I'm currently 46 so the results were rather minimal. Ask any questions you have and I will do my best to answer them.

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Thankyou I really appreciate your reply, by what you say i gather you mean you didnt really get the result you wanted? Or could have been better? If so in what way?

And if not to much to ask do you have any b4 or after pics?. My email joanddavo@gmail.com promise kept in strict confidence. My daughter recently had BA in Thailand with Dr Piyapas- fantastic! !! She asked a nurse actually on her pick as far as surgeons go in that hospital and she had said Piyapas for boobs Pongsatorn eyes soooo. Unfortunatley i cant find many posts on eyes or facial surgeons which is a shame.

Thanks again 4 the response

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Yes you're right. I went for just a blep but the Dr. suggested a brow lift as well. That is quite a traumatic surgery where they cut through the hair line from ear to ear. My scalp was pulled down and muscles pulled up. I had a number of dissolving stitches in my head and removal stitches on my lower eyes. I was only 43 at the time and perhaps should of waited until I was a bit older for more dramatic results. Unfortunately I don't have before and after photos on a USB or anything. Photos were taken but they were developed and not saved onto anything. The difference was as I said very minimal. I guess my forehead looks to have less creases.

I remembering waking up from surgery in alot of pain and was immediately given drugs to knock me out. The other painful things were getting the drains out of my head and getting the stitches taken out of my lower eyes. I have two small bald patches in my head where the drains were and would say that after three years I have very little numbness in my head now. I was very bruised and swollen for about a week but recovered really well. I do remember having a headache from hell after a massage one day, but slept it off ok.

I will be planning to have a full facelift in a few years.

I guess it depends on your age and how bad your wrinkles, eyes are etc.

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Thankyou I really appreciate your reply, by what you say i gather you mean you didnt really get the result you wanted? Or could have been better? If so in what way?

And if not to much to ask do you have any b4 or after pics?. My email joanddavo@gmail.com promise kept in strict confidence. My daughter recently had BA in Thailand with Dr Piyapas- fantastic! !! She asked a nurse actually on her pick as far as surgeons go in that hospital and she had said Piyapas for boobs Pongsatorn eyes soooo. Unfortunatley i cant find many posts on eyes or facial surgeons which is a shame.

Thanks again 4 the response

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Hi again, that sounds nasty- i have looked into both procedures involved cornisl/ endo and im definatley not a candidate for a coronial!!. I dont have a lot of excess skin so this this is too extreme for me. It was lucky i checked on a recent quote i was given from Dr Rushapol, Can i ask what doc you went to at the time??i double checked and it was for a coronial!! - no way.And also a good indication that he perhaps doesnt do to many endo's however im in the process of finding that out. With forums like these hopefully will make it easier to do our reseach. I do plan on a diary of my experience- which hopefully may help you?.

Thanks Again!! Jo

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I too had Dr. Rusahpol! He was fantastic, but I must admit I think I would of liked a better result. As I said though I was told it would be minimal due to my age. Do you mind me asking how old you are?

Hi again, that sounds nasty- i have looked into both procedures involved cornisl/ endo and im definatley not a candidate for a coronial!!. I dont have a lot of excess skin so this this is too extreme for me. It was lucky i checked on a recent quote i was given from Dr Rushapol, Can i ask what doc you went to at the time??i double checked and it was for a coronial!! - no way.And also a good indication that he perhaps doesnt do to many endo's however im in the process of finding that out. With forums like these hopefully will make it easier to do our reseach. I do plan on a diary of my experience- which hopefully may help you?.

Thanks Again!! Jo

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