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So I saw awhile back Kino recommended that people in the chat should list their clinic considerations on BH. I felt like that was a good idea so here's mine. I'm hoping that anyone who is either looking or is more of plastic surgery veteran than I am will feel moved to respond.

Thank you all. 

P.S~

After much consideration the following clinics were chosen based on my personal needs, which are: Ideally ENT, Ideally has worked with bulbous noses, Ideally can/has performed rhinos without the use of an implant, Ideally these clinics are easy to contact and have decent aftercare, Ideally they are lesser known or small-medium sized clinics. 

Listed in no particular order. 

1. Dr.Jin (Premium Nose Clinic/ Koko clinic) 

https://dr-jins-premium-nose-clinic.business.site 

2.Cocoline Clinic (I love these guys) 

http://www.cocoline.co.kr/eng/coco02/index1.php 

3. Seoulista (Only have heard a review from one other person about this) 

http://seoulista-ps.com/m/ 

4. JJ Plastic Surgery (This is not JK, JW or any other J named clinic lol there are a lot) 

http://m.jjps.co.kr/mobile/index.php

5. Nano Aesthetics Plastic Surgery (These guys are legends so awesome. Just don't try to KakaoTalk them it doesn't work idk why they changed) 

http://nanoesc.co.kr/new_mobile// 

6. The Plus/Nplus (I get good vibes from these guys. They seem chill lol not that that actually matters it's plastic surgery for f*ck sake not speed dating but Idk good vibes.) 

http://theplusps.com/2017/

7. Dream (Obviously well known but I just listed it as a safety choice.) 

http://www.e-dream.co.kr

8. GNG (I'm ABSOLUTELY TERRIFIED at the amount of hate this places gets I just wonder if it's legit or just bullsht...if there's smoke maybe there's fire???) 

http://www.gnghospital.com/en/ 

 

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Hi C.S.H 

Thanks for posting your clinic considerations. Can you explain more about Nano and ThePlus, did you have consult there,do they speak English? Are they famous within locals? I haven't heard about them yet..

I've seen 2 post-op of 2 patients from Seoulista, i don't know what their style is since those 2 patients chose the different approach,one is high-straight bridge and the other isn't high but with a feminine slope. So-so aftercare from what i've heard.

JJ.. I know someone went to Hong Jin-Joo, don't know about the aftercare but the receptionist was rude. Nose seemed fine from what i can remember. It was revision.

I don't have any plans to do my nose but it's nice to have info about surgery in Seoul in general. Hope you don't mind me chime in. Sorry for not posting first-hand experience!

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1 hour ago, loosesocks said:

Can you explain more about Nano and ThePlus, did you have consult there,do they speak English? Are they famous within locals? I haven't heard about them yet..

So for Nano I'm not sure what happened to the last English consultant but they are like short staff or something when it comes to English consultants. I resorted to asking a Korean friend to help with communication because the response times were becoming slower if I used English. I'm thinking they are now using the new KakaoTalk ID for foreign  patients and the old one for locals. (that's just my personal theory because the old KakaoTalk ID they still reply from IF you use Korean) So about your second question Nano is definitely a place for locals they are not even that popular among Chinese patients it was so shocking because most places will at least try and market to them as well. The head Doctor is a bit older but not so old that it should be concerning he's very thorough from what I gathered. They also don't have b&a online but after I contacted the doctor he was kind enough to give access to his Naver Blog so that I could view also he shows you his work on his computer on a slide show during the in person consultation. Each slide was impressive and I'm heavily considering them but I still need to thinking everything through before I decide. Especially since in my opinion the price I was quoted was absolutely ridiculous. (I won't say the number just yet however if I do decide to go with this clinic I'll be sure to say the prices in my post-op review) 

Now on to your question about ThePlus.

I actually listed two separate clinics on here and forgot to add the second link for NPlus clinic. 

NPlus link is http://nplusclinic.com/mobile/

ThePlus link is http://theplusps.com/2017/

So for the ThePlus which is the one you asked about I know they are really popular among locals who want a natural look. I think you have to bring your own translator but I'm not sure because I didn't visit this one this yet. It was only a recommendation from my Korean friend who found this clinic for me through a Naver search. I said I have good vibes about this place because the doctors look trustworthy and pleasant in the picture which isn't really a reliable nor scientific way to choose a surgeon.😜😜😜

Thank you for your reply as well and I hope my response helped in some way.

Cheers! 

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14 hours ago, C.S.H said:

So I saw awhile back Kino recommended that people in the chat should list their clinic considerations on BH. I felt like that was a good idea so here's mine. I'm hoping that anyone who is either looking or is more of plastic surgery veteran than I am will feel moved to respond.

Thank you all. 

P.S~

After much consideration the following clinics were chosen based on my personal needs, which are: Ideally ENT, Ideally has worked with bulbous noses, Ideally can/has performed rhinos without the use of an implant, Ideally these clinics are easy to contact and have decent aftercare, Ideally they are lesser known or small-medium sized clinics. 

Listed in no particular order. 

1. Dr.Jin (Premium Nose Clinic/ Koko clinic) 

https://dr-jins-premium-nose-clinic.business.site

2.Cocoline Clinic (I love these guys) 

http://www.cocoline.co.kr/eng/coco02/index1.php

3. Seoulista (Only have heard a review from one other person about this) 

http://seoulista-ps.com/m/

4. JJ Plastic Surgery (This is not JK, JW or any other J named clinic lol there are a lot) 

http://m.jjps.co.kr/mobile/index.php

5. Nano Aesthetics Plastic Surgery (These guys are legends so awesome. Just don't try to KakaoTalk them it doesn't work idk why they changed) 

http://nanoesc.co.kr/new_mobile//

6. The Plus/Nplus (I get good vibes from these guys. They seem chill lol not that that actually matters it's plastic surgery for f*ck sake not speed dating but Idk good vibes.) 

http://theplusps.com/2017/

7. Dream (Obviously well known but I just listed it as a safety choice.) 

http://www.e-dream.co.kr

8. GNG (I'm ABSOLUTELY TERRIFIED at the amount of hate this places gets I just wonder if it's legit or just bullsht...if there's smoke maybe there's fire???) 

http://www.gnghospital.com/en/

 

Thank you for coming to my TedTalk

 

CSH, Dr Jin's clinic is actually not the same as Koko PS clinic. His clinic is just dr jin premium nose clinic. Just a bit of correction there. 🙂

Nice list of lesser known recommedations you got there. BTW, when you mention bulbous nose, are you just looking to do tip plasty? Cuz I am also considering tip plasty (but still on the fence about getting it) , and i consulted a few clinics in Nov.

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2 hours ago, honeyjello said:

CSH, Dr Jin's clinic is actually not the same as Koko PS clinic. His clinic is just dr jin premium nose clinic. Just a bit of correction there. 🙂

Heya!

So sorry for not making that distinction more clear. I found Dr. Jin Hong-Ryul and Dr. Cho Bae-Jung on a website called Rhinoplasty Korea ( rhinoplastykorea.com ) if anyone reading this is interested in these two doctors they have their b&a pictures at rhinoplastykorea.com the photos are in tab titled before and after.

This is like a blog or something from what I gathered and under surgeons it list only Dr. Jin and Dr. Choi Bae. I guess I lumped the two doctors into the same clinic falsely but you're absolutely right it is very confusing the way I wrote it.

So right now I'm going to clarify it for other readers. Thanks for pointing that out for me @honeyjello

 

Dr. Jin= Premium nose of Premium Nose Clinic

https://dr-jins-premium-nose-clinic.business.site

Dr. Cho Bae-Jung of Koko Clinic

www.kokops.modoo.at

 

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@honeyjelloAnd to answer the 2nd half of your question I am unsure what it is exactly I am trying to achieve with my nose job. I am satisfied with my bridge height but the bridge width is burdensome.

Also, I feel that my tip is a little under projected (my nose tip will literally curve a little downward when I smile/laugh hard). My other consern is my nose bridge is wide so obviously bulbous tip and wide bridge make my nose look HUGE/SPREAD across my face whenever I smile it's such a pain.

Ultimately I want to be conservative I think??? I might look into shaving down the dorsum, fixing the tip with cartilage graft maybe move some fatty tissues from nose and lastly I might get the alar reduced ever so slightly. 

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Thanks for posting this. I will come back with thoughts and suggestions. 

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18 hours ago, C.S.H said:

@honeyjelloAnd to answer the 2nd half of your question I am unsure what it is exactly I am trying to achieve with my nose job. I am satisfied with my bridge height but the bridge width is burdensome.

Also, I feel that my tip is a little under projected (my nose tip will literally curve a little downward when I smile/laugh hard). My other consern is my nose bridge is wide so obviously bulbous tip and wide bridge make my nose look HUGE/SPREAD across my face whenever I smile it's such a pain.

Ultimately I want to be conservative I think??? I might look into shaving down the dorsum, fixing the tip with cartilage graft maybe move some fatty tissues from nose and lastly I might get the alar reduced ever so slightly. 

Since you mentioned your bridge width seems wide to you, maybe you could look at osteotomy too? Depends on how the doctors assess as well. I think they may recommend osteotomy to you if they feel your nasal bone is wide.

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@honeyjello  and @kino

Thank you both for interacting with my post. Both of y'all have a great deal of experience and terminology. What would you two think about maybe doing a post with common PS terms/words and maybe with like definitions next to them(for us newbies?😂🙏)

I would think something like that would be helpful and I'm sure there's probably already something out there like that but Idk I'd love to hear from you all about it too. 👍

Also, @honeyjello Hey girl Hey!!!! 👋👋👋

I just realized you're Cherie from the chats. (you mentioned it in Welcome Post).

I was about to ask you where you were considering and where you visited in November but then I realized. So I didn't want to make you have to repeat yourself. 

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Realized I was about to ask a redundant question. Sorry.

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@C.S.H Thank-you for the useful information! I am also looking into ENT clinics since I have somewhat of a deviated septum, and I didn't want foreign materials either but I also want a clinic that also does revision des. So it's a bit tricky to find clinics that have both.

Also, did you do an online consultation with ThePlus? (Sorry if you answered this question already or if I missed reading it.)

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