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Revisions - going back to your original PS??

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Offline tonysoprano

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Revisions - going back to your original PS??
« on: December 04, 2005, 09:25:24 PM »
So If you are planning a revision (which is not going to be free), is it a good idea to go back to your same ps, or to seek some second and third opinions and go with another ps?

(especially since: a new,second ps is not going to cut through and re-do the peri-aerola incisions in the same way that the original PS did..)

what do you guys reckon?

Linkback: https://www.gynecomastia.org/smf/index.php?topic=3745.0
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Re: Revisions - going back to your original PS??
« Reply #1 on: December 05, 2005, 04:13:19 PM »
If your original surgeon is good and he is offering a free revision then, yes, I would use him again.

If you need a revision because your surgeon didn't know what he was doing then, no, I wouldn't... obviously.

I'm getting a free revision, except for some hospital costs, in about 6 weeks. My surgeon is GOOD... he just played it a bit too conservatively the first time around.

Good to see ya, Tony. ;)

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Re: Revisions - going back to your original PS??
« Reply #2 on: December 06, 2005, 10:00:35 AM »
Also going back to my original surgeon for a revision. The only thing it's costing me is the anestisiologists(sp) fee of $500.

My surgeon was also too conservative. However, if he doesn't get the job done this time I may look elsewhere for another revision. I'm really hoping that won't be necessary, but you never know.

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Re: Revisions - going back to your original PS??
« Reply #3 on: December 10, 2005, 01:52:36 PM »
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If your original surgeon is good and he is offering a free revision then, yes, I would use him again.

If you need a revision because your surgeon didn't know what he was doing then, no, I wouldn't... obviously.

I'm getting a free revision, except for some hospital costs, in about 6 weeks. My surgeon is GOOD... he just played it a bit too conservatively the first time around.

Good to see ya, Tony. ;)


likewise seeing you mate..,

well my surgeon is good , but wont do a free fevision (nearly no doctors around here will), and is quite adamant that he will only revise the sub-nip scar tissue, not remove any more fat and/or gland from the chest area, as he is adamant that I dont have enough left, yet I still feel that my chest is too bulky and protrudes out more than I would like. (??)

ie: I think he played it too conservatively, but he's telling me that he cANT risk a concavity/adherence of skin to muscle , if he goes any further.
I mean its not like my chest is that flat now that theres a risk of that In my layman opinion...

so dude... how did your revision last month go ?
what are your thoughts now?

cheers
T


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