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vd910  ·  10 May 2018

Hi Bullet147,

Please could you also email me the name & details of the consultant you went with finally ?

I'm looking to have consultation..

I would really appreciate it.


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nazkhatoon30  ·  21 Mar 2018

so jemI think I had a consultation with the same surgeon.tnx my friends


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Jason_92  ·  07 Feb 2018

Hi guys,

as per my previous postings I am still looking for a surgeon to tend to a revision rhinoplasty. This shall be my second nose surgery so I am very eager on making the right, educated choice on which surgeon would be best equipt to doing a revision rhinoplasty.

It’s obviously a very big decision and majorly anxiety inducing so I’m hoping I can make the right choice!

I have been recommended by my local GP these names - Mr James Small (clinic in sandymount Dublin) & Mr Kambiz Golchin (Beacon clinic Sandyford Dublin). Further afield I was suggested Julian Rowe-Jones of England. 

I would seriously appreciate any feedback whatsoever with any information that may relate to this post as I’m sure you guys can all relate this is a very tough decision and I’m desperate to get the best option so I can put this behind me and start living my life! 

Thanks so much guys and I would be happy to help anyone with questions they may have of me. Be happy guys! Email : 


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Caheranne  ·  04 Feb 2018

Hi looking for feed back on doctors at the black rock clinic. Booked a rhinoplasty and would welcome feedback. message me at  

Many thanks in advance. 



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Caheranne  ·  04 Feb 2018

Hi. I am booked in for rhinoplasty in Dublin in March. Can people email me at with surgeons they would and would not recommend based on their experiences.  Would be greatful as I can still opt out and change surgeon if needs be. Many thanks in advance. Jer. 


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Rhinoplasty2018  ·  31 Jan 2018

I’d really appreciate feedback regarding rhinoplasty and chin surgery. I have my first consultation in 4 weeks time but if anyone has any stories/recommendations please contact me:


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Duno22  ·  30 Jan 2018

Can anyone give a name of good surgeon here or the UK looking to get It done soon as I  can while I have free time but seems very hard to find someone good In Ireland. But any recommendations be great my email 


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Lozza1985  ·  27 Jan 2018

Hi lady g i have been for consultation but still have reservations about operating on my nose again, havd deviatated septum and polybeak deformity. what issue did you have with your nose? did you have grafting or anythink like that. shame you cnt show photos on here. any advice or help apreciated.


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Nife8889  ·  25 Jan 2018


Would you mind also sending me the names of the two surgeons you used in Ireland?  I would be most grateful.  I am still contemplating rhinoplasty but time is moving on and if I dont get it done soon it really will not be worth my while.  I can be contacted at


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Allnamesused  ·  24 Jan 2018

Hi Georgie delighted you seem to have found a good surgeon. Really hope its a success for you. If you dont mind could you send me details of the surgeon that done the operation as i want to avoid and the surgeon that u are going to in the uk. My email is . Thanks. Best of luck 😊


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Georgie  ·  23 Jan 2018

Surgeon who did my last Revision Rhinoplasty works from outside of Dublin, but I had the op in a Dublin hospital. I have been to see two ENT Rhinoplasty specialists for consults in UK. One is my preferred choice as I have seen a lot of his work on a website forum and results were outstanding. That surgeon is a bit more expensive than here but in my opinion, he is the best.


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Allnamesused  ·  23 Jan 2018

Hi LadyG could u send me details of the surgeon tks 😊


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Georgie  ·  22 Jan 2018

I have had 2 Rhinoplasty surgeries here in Ireland (2004&2016) 2 different surgeons and my advice is go abroad. My nose is actually botched, its bigger from my last surgery. I was left with a red lump in the middle that flairs up and my profile mirrors a bird a big hook, something I did not have before its laughable and no one would believe it if i was to tell them I had a nose job done or 2!! I have been back to my surgeon and he wants two thousand euro for my hospital stay to correct, not sure I would trust that he would correct it (I do not have private health insurance). I want my money back but not sure that's ever going to happen. I am looking into The UK as I think it has much stricter rules for plastic surgeons.


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LadyG  ·  13 Dec 2017


I had revision rhinoplasty with Niall Kirkpatrick in London - he was excellent and so pleased with results. 


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Jason_92  ·  13 Dec 2017

Hi guys, I am very sorry to join the discussion late I am just coming across this website. I know it must be annoying for another person to ask you guys to email them with more info but I would truly be eternally grateful with all my heart if you guys could help me with any information at all you think may be helpful. 

I am 25 (male). I sustained a broken nose when I was 16 in a football game which caused a visible hump on the bridge of my nose which gave a 'beakish' look to my nose which I always got slagged about. At 21, after years of being seriously depressed with the way I looked I finally gathered the courage to go ahead with a rhinoplasty.

I had it done in a private clinic. At first I was happy that the hump part had vanished and I felt hopeful to be content in life with the look of my nose. Then straight away when I got the cast removed I noticed that my nose was crooked with a very obvious incision where the nose was cut (on nostril) from the open rhinoplasty. Also I had a bad smell (which I presume was an infection from the surgery). Moving on a few months, I could notice my nose gradually becoming more crooked with the tip of my nose slowly but surely following to have a substantial "pinched" to the right look. The tip seemed to fall and become droopy whilst the scars on the inside of both nostrils became more and more visible to people as the months went on with the main incision scar on the right nostril appeared to open a bit more and also droop down to become more visible/obvious. 4 years removed from the open rhinoplasty my nose looks drastically different than it did when the cast was removed and it has come to the point where I am highly depressed and have very bad anxiety due to a few people saying things like "did you get a botched nose job" etc etc.. I am absolutely desperate to find a good surgeon that would have the confidence to do a revision rhinoplasty to fix my tip as the skin or cartilage that was holding the tip somewhat centered has appeared to worn away slowly but surely? I have pains all around the skin of my nose also. Since the operation I have a constant runny nose (I have to wipe my nose with tissues 5 or 6 times every ten minutes) both nostrils with clear shot coming down mostly on the scars. The cold weather seems to exaggerate the free flowing clear snotty fluid a sap does eating anything even remotely spicy. I went to the original surgeon and he said he wouldn't do a revision and told me "I probably have body dysmorphia" (obsessing over body parts) which really really hurt me as I was absolutely confidently sure I had no symptoms of irrational obsessive behaviors as such and that what I was describing was clear to so many other people who actually said it to me aswell, but not to him. I went to a body dysmorphia expert for my own piece of thought and said I didn't have it as did my therapist (of 7 years). I have gone to two ents and told them all of this but due to the fact that I'm guessing the revision rhinoplasty would be quite tricky (as tip placements etc are supposed to be).

I have left out all names of surgeons because I'd never want to tarnish another persons repuatiopn for the public to see but I can provide info in private emails if needed.

If there is anybody (at all) that has maybe had an experience like this or would know of any helpful information to point me in the right direction of a surgeon (anywhere) who might be able to perform a good revision surgery to help me as I can't keep ignoring the impact that it is having on me, not living my life or feeling any hope for the future because every day the constant fluid running down my nose, the pains, bad smells inside the nose which come and go every few months and the general deterioration of my noses features (becoming more and more deviated and crooked to the right making the tip look more out of place and in turn making the nose droop again to reform the 'beakish' look and in turn making all the scars more and more visible which is just so bad for my confidence I can't look anyone in the eye anymore with it. I thoroughly and humbly apologize for such a long dragged out message for you guys to read but it is a very emotional and embarrassing thing to talk about but hey I think this is the right place to ask for information so i thought I'd give it a shot :) Any information at all would be seriously appreciated and thank you again for reading this. My email is . Thank you so much to any kind soul who even takes the time to read this! Have a good one guys :)


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LadyG  ·  14 Nov 2017

Just had revision surgery in London- would definitely recommend- don’t let travel influence a big decision


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VA  ·  13 Nov 2017

Hi Bullet 147

Can you send me details of your surgeon thanks


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VA  ·  13 Nov 2017

Hi Ciana,

Can you email me privately on to let me know who the surgoen you went with, i am currently after seeing 2 for consultations and have another one planned in a few weeks, im nearly 40 and wanted rhinoplasty done for so long. Thanks


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Duno22  ·  07 Oct 2017

Hi could you email me your surgeon An price please @bullet147 


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Duno22  ·  07 Oct 2017

Hi @bullet147 could you email your surgeon please thank a mill 


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Aimeeh  ·  20 Sep 2017

Hi LadyG,

I'd be really interested in knowing which surgeon you will be attending in London.

Would you mind dropping me a mail at It would be much appreciated. 



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Flo  ·  07 Sep 2017

Hi Ciana, I think I'm booked in with the surgeon you used in Nov. Can you forward his details to me so I can confirm.


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LadyG  ·  06 Sep 2017

It is always interesting to read reviews and look at the words and phrases used in them - I did notice very similar phrases - almost cliches used in a number of reviews - I would advise you to read the reviews relating to the surgeon you are considering carefully- it's so difficult to know who actually posts these - wish someone had given me this advice 


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2k1  ·  06 Sep 2017

Hi @bullet147 could you send me info I life in Cork and looking for good surgeon


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Sinéad McConn-1r  ·  04 Sep 2017

Hi Ciana,

Please can you email me the details of the surgeon.


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Nife8889  ·  30 Aug 2017


I am very interested to hear about your circumstances op.  Would you mind contacting me on

I am finding it difficult to speak directly to anyone who has had a Rhinoplasty operation in Ireland.  I would really appreciate your advice and opinion



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LadyG  ·  30 Aug 2017


I did not have the successful outcome described by Ciana - it's important to carefully consider all options- I'm going for revision in London.


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Jem80  ·  28 Aug 2017

Hi Ciana, would you mind sending me on an update of your progress or any other information you may have. My email is

I think I had a consultation with the same surgeon but I didn't go through with the surgery in the end as I was a bit skeptical of all the positive reviews posted. There's no pics with any of them or follow up comments so I was concerned as to how genuine they were. Also I find the whole psych evaluation thing a bit of a rip off. Any info you have would be much appreciated. Thanks 


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Tazza40  ·  01 Aug 2017

Dpm, could you please email me all the details of your surgeon, and the cost of the procedure.Thank you. My e-mail is 😉


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LadyG  ·  31 Jul 2017

That is good, however , I am going to London for revision with a surgeon as Irish surgeon did not prove successful- so I think it is important all avenues are explored.


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DPM  ·  31 Jul 2017

Thanks so much for posting... I am so glad to hear it went so well, bet you are so happy you are on the other side now.

I'm considering getting it done early next year abroad but am so nervous because the surgeon didn't hold back on the fact that he cannot guarantee how it may look. 

Do you think one week off work is enough? 


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ciana  ·  22 Jul 2017


I am  post op and felt that I should post here as I really wanted advice all last year in Dublin.... I came across this forum the night before my op and realised that my surgeon was been spoken about and not in a good mannerFrown ..which wasn't great timing!...but my outcome has been fantastic

My experince is-I went for a consultation last year with another surgeon in Dublin-he could do it-cost 5,500-but something did not fit-no issues or concerns explained...seemed wrong and he also does breasts and other surgeries so I didn't go ahead.Like all of you I spent a year trawling the internet and what came up in all review in all countries was not to go with PS's but surgeons who speacialise in ENT also.

I went with the surgeon who asks you to do the Psch evaluation in Waterford/Dublin-I agree waste of money and moreso time ...I was clear re why I was getting it and feel my docor's referral if there was concerns would clarify this...anyway apart from that part from the start he was honest re what I could expect-it actually threw me a bit-discussed swelling time it could take to settle etc etc..talked re months rather than weeks....some issues I had really not considered 

By the time I saw him a second time I had loads more questions and  had read loads re swelling and timescale. I asked him honestly woudl it be a success and he siad yes but when I woudl se teh final result eh coudl not answer as everyoen heals differently. I went ahead - I don't know why but I trusted what I had heard and also him as a surgeon. I felt he answered all I asked and did not sugar coat anything-he really gives you good n bad-makes it very realistic.Cost was 7,600 and 300 for psych so near 8,000.

Op went well sore throat first night -went home the next day...had cough sweets that sorted it and after it flew-no issues at all...eating everyting straight away includng drinking tea ,no pain, no numbness..nothing...not what  I hadexpected...I had loads of soft food , straws etc purchased..all binned . Some bruising around the eyes and cheeks-clear after the week.

When I went to get the cast off I was well prepared for this schedule of swelling but I was so pleased with the result and this was on the day the cast came off! Was there swelling...yes a little but tbh I could have walked into work/met friends. It is swollen at the tip and is slightly bigger than  I would like but it far exceeds my expectations and I know as each day/wekk passes this is reducing.To be that happy after a week is not what I expected at all and I wish I had done this much sooner.I could easily go to any event etc and even with a bit of swelling it looks so much better friends/family  are really surprised...I think you get what you pay for .


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Keanocar  ·  18 Jul 2017

Bullet147 I forgot to include my email address


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Keanocar  ·  16 Jul 2017

Hi bullet147 could you also send me any info you have please? Surgeon recommendation, price? I don't want telling too many people about having it so for how long will I be house bound after surgery? Also are the follow up appointments much time after surgery? I'm going travelling towards the end of the year so would only be around for 3 months afterwards


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Nife8889  ·  13 Jul 2017

Unfortunately I have posted questions regarding Rhinoplasty in Ireland and have not had any replies. I'm wondering if perhaps this forum is now closed???


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Allnamesused  ·  11 Jul 2017

Hi everyone

Thinking of getting Rhinoplasty done in ireland. Can anyone recommend a good specialist and whats the average price of procedure to be done. Tks 😊


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DPM  ·  05 Jul 2017

Hi all.... I'd love to hear about your experiences with Rhinoplasty and if there are any recommendations you have for Irish based Surgeons or ones abroad. It's hard to find information online. 

Thanks so much!! 


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Visk83  ·  29 Jun 2017

Hey, great info, can you please send me more details on I found a post on about some good surgeon from another forum but it seems that there were some changes there so I would like to go to Cork, and I would really appreciate your input. Cheers


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Lala123  ·  08 Jun 2017

Hi bullet147,

I would love to hear about your experience in cork. Could you email me on Thanks 


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Bubbly  ·  27 May 2017


Could you please send to me too. Thank you

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