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No PM, nero.
Dont know if you have done them yet, as this post is 30 days out, but I myself would find out how many TS he has done and see as many post pics as possible. I am going on a consult, which is free in Sarnia, ON to see a Dr. Kaila. He is the director of Blue Water Surgery Clinic and specializes in breast aug. I have done alot of research on silicone coheasive implants and they are far better than the regular silicone or saline. He has done a great deal of TS/TG patients. I know he may be alittle far, but i would think worth the travel. So it might set you back a day in a hotel. I would worry more about the outcome than travel, unless it is really far. Sarnia i would think would be doable. You can get more info at http://www.bluewatersurgery.com/ about 98% of the implants they do are the cohesives. Not trying to sway you, just a suggestion. There are many pros to getting this type of implant.
I would think there would be plenty of therapists in Canada..Maybe has something to do with their health care system.? I know the coheasives have been approved for 2yrs., cause thats what Meltzer's scheduler told me. He of course is in AZ and uses the Mentor brand.
Monty, can we call it Narnia instead? much more amusing..
But of course.I tend to fondly nickname it that myself.
He seems to be quite liberal on who he'll perform keyhole on, requiring many folks to go back for revisions.
whered my post go? O_oin short, i considered him, but he said no to me. he had good prices for the work. nipple placement isnt the best though.
By liberal, I mean that he'll perform keyhole on patients who would not be eligible through any other surgeon. This results in more revisions (which he, unlike many other surgeons, charges you for) and some wonky-looking results.
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