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Dr. Thomas Le

Re: Dr. Thomas Le

Postby Freya7 » Mon Aug 24, 2015 1:10 pm

Ellie_NY wrote:I'm sorry if I gave the impression that he rebuilt my bridge. That wasn't necessary in my case. He only shifted the bones of my bridge so that they sat straight. He rebuilt the middle and lower vault with ear cartiledge.



Oh ok! I think I may have to have my bones shifted also.

Is anything showing through your thin skin? Or has it been affected in any way after having more than one surgery?

Thank you <3
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Re: Dr. Thomas Le

Postby Ellie_NY » Mon Aug 24, 2015 7:28 pm

No, nothing shows through the skin. There are no visible grafts. The skin looks much less "thin" than pre-surgery. I will send you a PM with the password to my album.
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Re: Dr. Thomas Le

Postby Freya7 » Mon Aug 24, 2015 8:36 pm

You're awesome <3 Thanks again
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Re: Dr. Thomas Le

Postby Rhinosucks » Thu Apr 06, 2017 4:20 pm

bachi wrote:
tke1105 wrote:He produced morphs for a prospective new nose for me. I just didn't like how the new nose looked.. it was too cookie cutter. He kept trying to patronize me by telling me that the morphed nose is still really strong and ranked very high in some survey of random people. After humoring me a little, he created one with some hump that I liked a little more, to only then just remind me that I would be wasting my money as I wouldn't be getting "perfection".

Oh, and how could I forget his wonderful explanation on why surgery tends to take so long. His answer.... If god took so long to make your nose, how do you expect me to fix it so quickly?


I think many people opt for a primary rhinoplasty because they have a hump. I could see how a big honker type of nose would look better with a minimized hump. However, a slight hump or bump on the bridge makes the nose look more natural. One thing I don't like about my bridge is it's so straight looking or isn't as photogenic as a bridge with a slight bump.

completely agree. I miss my slight hump...I miss everything about my old nose and look....miss long nose, my tip, my humps... a mess this is
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Re: Dr. Thomas Le

Postby neveragain_f » Thu Jan 18, 2018 3:09 am

Hello,
Is dr. Le doing rib graft revision 8 hours under general anesthesia?
And can this be avoided with less dangerous anesthesia since i had 3 unsuccessful surgeries before under general so 8 hours would be too much for me.
Thank you
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Re: Dr. Thomas Le

Postby Rhinosucks » Sun Jan 28, 2018 8:37 pm

neveragain_f wrote:Hello,
Is dr. Le doing rib graft revision 8 hours under general anesthesia?
And can this be avoided with less dangerous anesthesia since i had 3 unsuccessful surgeries before under general so 8 hours would be too much for me.
Thank you


EVERYONe I KNOW SO FAR, 4 PEOPLE HAVE HAD MORE THEN 9 HOURS (AVERAGE OF 10+)
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Re: Dr. Thomas Le

Postby jlesnick87 » Mon Jan 29, 2018 12:31 pm

Would anyone want to send my photos of your revision with Dr Le? I'm seeing him for a consult early this summer.
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Re: Dr. Thomas Le

Postby Rhinosucks » Sun Feb 11, 2018 8:53 pm

jlesnick87 wrote:Would anyone want to send my photos of your revision with Dr Le? I'm seeing him for a consult early this summer.

what do you need?
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