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Hey there, I've had a rhinoplasty operation which was done in January 1998 in the UK by Mr Simon Kay under a local anaesthetic with sedation(circumstances which I was advised were difficult but I was advised a good job could be done). Unfortunately it was done quite badly and I'd like a revision op.
The thing is I don't really know where to start, I saw my GP and the only info he could offer was a list of general plastic surgeons and that they were all good.I saw the one closest to me and he would not operate.
I've read info on the Yes they're fake link and from this found a chat forum for revision rhinoplasty ops in the UK scheduled every Wed at 8pm.
Any other links would be great, UK or otherwise because search engines haven't been useful so far.
Secondly I'd like to ask if it's generally accepted that plastic surgery standards are higher in the US? If this is the case where can I read about the medical referral structure over there.
Quite alot to ask but I want to know as much about this as possible to make an informed decision, so far I'm not at all optimistic that it can corrected well at this time.
The problems are; front: the bone is still crooked from an old break playing sport, the tip has had far too much removed and is pinched and asymmetric, and slightly upturned. From the profile the bone has been moved forward where it was to be moved back to improve the profile re my jawline, the tip is upturned and has too much removed also.I look entirely different from before basically.
The surgeon Mr Simon Kay refused to acknowlege there was anything wrong, and I would strongly advise anyone not to use this surgeon.
Bit of a long post, but was venting there a bit, still gets me angry after 3 years.Anyway any help, links or personal experiences either UK or US would be greatly appreciated.
I believe asking the nurses at a superior hospital who the best plastic surgeons are. the doctors never say anything against each other, but the nurses know the truth. This is just my opinion, but that's what I would do [nurses that don't work for the surgeon they are recommending, of course]. Revisions are probably more difficult so you want to be sure to get the best; one that has doen rhinoplasty revisions previously. Just my humble opion. Good luck. If you live in the UK it would be best to stay there instead of traveling to another country if possible [follow up visits, etc].
Joy

[quote]Originally posted by Gattaca:
[b]Hey there, I've had a rhinoplasty operation which was done in January 1998 in the UK by Mr Simon Kay under a local anaesthetic with sedation(circumstances which I was advised were difficult but I was advised a good job could be done). Unfortunately it was done quite badly and I'd like a revision op.
The thing is I don't really know where to start, I saw my GP and the only info he could offer was a list of general plastic surgeons and that they were all good.I saw the one closest to me and he would not operate.
I've read info on the Yes they're fake link and from this found a chat forum for revision rhinoplasty ops in the UK scheduled every Wed at 8pm.
Any other links would be great, UK or otherwise because search engines haven't been useful so far.
Secondly I'd like to ask if it's generally accepted that plastic surgery standards are higher in the US? If this is the case where can I read about the medical referral structure over there.
Quite alot to ask but I want to know as much about this as possible to make an informed decision, so far I'm not at all optimistic that it can corrected well at this time.
The problems are; front: the bone is still crooked from an old break playing sport, the tip has had far too much removed and is pinched and asymmetric, and slightly upturned. From the profile the bone has been moved forward where it was to be moved back to improve the profile re my jawline, the tip is upturned and has too much removed also.I look entirely different from before basically.
The surgeon Mr Simon Kay refused to acknowlege there was anything wrong, and I would strongly advise anyone not to use this surgeon.
Bit of a long post, but was venting there a bit, still gets me angry after 3 years.Anyway any help, links or personal experiences either UK or US would be greatly appreciated.[/b][/quote]






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