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Stei

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Any good French-speaking surgeons ?
« on: October 30, 2017, 06:42:12 AM »
Hello there,

I'm looking for a preferably French-speaking surgeon and based nearby Belgium. I already had several jaw surgeries, think my functional problem is solved but I can't accept the aesthetic result and I think I need a revision. In sum, one could say that i have a long background of complications and I don't feel like I could explain it clearly in another language.

Does anyone know surgeons that meet these criteria ?
I heard of Dr Jean Francois TULASNE but I did not find much info on his work, I would like to know if he performs cw/ccw rotations.
Please do not suggest Mommaert nor Defrancq.
Thank you.


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Re: Any good French-speaking surgeons ?
« Reply #1 on: October 30, 2017, 10:37:06 AM »
Salut Stei,

As-tu été opéré par Defrancq ou Mommaerts ?

Qu'est ce qu'il ne te plaît pas dans le résultat esthétique ? Le nez, les joues, le menton ?

On m'a conseillé les Dr Deffrennes et Charrier à Paris, mais je ne sais pas s'ils sont capables de faire des rotations

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Re: Any good French-speaking surgeons ?
« Reply #2 on: October 30, 2017, 04:11:30 PM »
Hello there,

I'm looking for a preferably French-speaking surgeon and based nearby Belgium. I already had several jaw surgeries, think my functional problem is solved but I can't accept the aesthetic result and I think I need a revision. In sum, one could say that i have a long background of complications and I don't feel like I could explain it clearly in another language.

Does anyone know surgeons that meet these criteria ?
I heard of Dr Jean Francois TULASNE but I did not find much info on his work, I would like to know if he performs cw/ccw rotations.
Please do not suggest Mommaert nor Defrancq.
Thank you.

Have you seen them both or had surgery with them before?

Sorry about your long ordeal as well. Several jaw surgeries sounds beyond stressful.

As your English seems to be very good, I would not automatically rule out anyone who can't speak French. You could consider writing your story down and having it translated though, to email them. Or even enlist a translator for your consultations.