MYA Vaser Surgery: Part 1 Vaser or Liposuction?08:30
Now, I haven’t stopped talking to them but over the years we have not got on.
I’m a size 12/14 depending on fabric – not fat but not thin. I have tried lots & lots of treatments over the years to get rid of stubborn fat but it’s finally got to a stage when I either have to face up to the fact that my thighs are not my friend or I need to do something permanent.
My initial meetings with both clinics were led by Patient Care Co-ordinator's (PC) these are the ladies that will guide you during your cosmetic surgery query right to the end results if you decide to proceed. Before I went in I knew that 2 possible options were open to me traditional liposuction or Vaser liposelection.
After meeting with both PC's I felt that MYA was more ‘me’ & that Vaser surgery was what I wanted as the skin tightens during the surgery and there is less down time.
So I took the next step and booked a consultation with the surgeon who luckily had one spare slot the following week over in Bristol.
|MYA give you lots of docs to read|
Yep, honey that was all that was needed.
Dr Marcellino was lovely & super quick. He looked at the area but recommended that I see Dr Joffily the Brazilian surgeon instead who would be in Bristol in just under 2 weeks.
I booked the appointment to see Dr Jofilly but after a few days I cancelled it. I was just so worried that I would be wasting both our time but after speaking to Sarah (my PC) she forwarded some pics to Dr Joffilly to get his opinion.
Not too long after sending the pictures over to Dr Joffily, Sarah got back to me and said that Dr Jofilly could do the Vaser Surgery and the appointment was set back up.
So off I headed back to t’internet to research everything I could about Dr Joffilly and Vaser.... man this is beginning to feel like stalking!
Next time... Part 2: Meeting Dr Joffily
*To effectively blog my journey will be serialized