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milf_and_proud_of_it 12-14-2009 10:29 PM

top rated plastic surgeons in Maine
 
who are the top rated plastic surgeons in Maine? my daughter will be getting breast implants and I only want to put her with the cream of the crop. she has my breasts which are pathetically small! lucky for me i had implants in 92 and it was one of the best things i ever could have done for myself. i have been talking her into doing the same thing. after all it will look bad if her mommy has a hot bod and she is flat as a board lol

i am totally wanting to pay for whatever doctor can do them best. i want her to look the best she can in time for her 18th b-day! ;) which Maine plastic surgeons are at the top of there game?

robyne00 12-14-2009 11:08 PM

As a medical professional (doctor as well as doctor of mental health) your post alarms me greatly. Does she want breast implants or do YOU want her to get them? What size is she? What size does she want (if she wants them at all)? How big do you want her to go? Why are you talking her into getting implants? Does this issue bother you or her? Why are you in competition with your soon to be 18 year old daughter? Why is this such an important factor to you? Are you more concerned with your daughter's breasts than she is? Did you enter her in children's beauty pageants and she embarrassed you by losing?

Professionally speaking, this sounds absolutely SICK and DISGUSTING to me. I hate to stereotype, but I could see people from many other places (and I am Scandinavian born) having this type of obsession with their daughter's appearance, but Maine?!?!?

By the way, if you got your set in 1992, a replacement should've been done, or needs to be done soon, depending on if you have saline or silicone, as well as the condition of your implnats.

Large breasts do not resolve mother daughter competition issues, Body Dysmorphic Disorder (which could be well on it's way, if she starts now ... unless it's already present), single parent households, lack of a social life, or lack of intelligence, etc.

Mothers competing with daughters equals moms with low self esteem, poor body image, as well as a plethora of other issues I could go on and on about ad infinitum.

If she has an issue with her breasts, she should be addressing it, as she will be an adult shortly.

A society of supposed "instant beauties" as well as procedures to provide instant gratification is creating an abundance of botched surgeries, young people that are unhappier than they were prior to going under the knife, and mothers who like to pretend their 21. Grow up, and stop pushing your shallow ideals on your poor daughter.

milf_and_proud_of_it 12-15-2009 04:09 PM

um first of all i am not presuring my daughter to do anything. she is a model that has won many pageants and i am supporting her desire to take her career to the next level after she graduates. thats something i doubt you have on your professional doctor resume. i dont have body dismorfic discorder! i am a successful model that starred in swimsuit ads and magazines. men drool over me everywhere i go and cant take there eyes off me. do they do the same with you? my daughter and i live in Maine because my ex husbands job brought us here. i came to this forum to find reviews of plastic surgeons in Maine and not to be criticized by jealous women like you that wish they had my familys beauty and success! my daughter does not like her breasts and all i did was tell her how happy i am with my implants. i offered to pay for them if she wants them like any real loving mother would and i want her to only be in the hands of the top plastic surgeon. i will look somewhere else for this. BYE HATERS!

robyne00 12-15-2009 07:14 PM

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Originally Posted by milf_and_proud_of_it (Post 3783)
um first of all i am not presuring my daughter to do anything. she is a model that has won many pageants and i am supporting her desire to take her career to the next level after she graduates. thats something i doubt you have on your professional doctor resume. i dont have body dismorfic discorder! i am a successful model that starred in swimsuit ads and magazines. men drool over me everywhere i go and cant take there eyes off me. do they do the same with you? my daughter and i live in Maine because my ex husbands job brought us here. i came to this forum to find reviews of plastic surgeons in Maine and not to be criticized by jealous women like you that wish they had my familys beauty and success! my daughter does not like her breasts and all i did was tell her how happy i am with my implants. i offered to pay for them if she wants them like any real loving mother would and i want her to only be in the hands of the top plastic surgeon. i will look somewhere else for this. BYE HATERS!


You sound very immature and pushy, and I am simply expressing my personal opinion. I am not trying to be catty in any form or fashion. I feel bad for your daughter, as you are pushing your ideals upon her.

To correct you, I am a former child and teen model and have won eleven pageants. I am a Nowegian immigrant, legal US citizen, with natural red hair, green almond shaped eyes, 5'7", perfect teeth, impeccable skin, high cheekbones, 32DD breasts, and a small posterior. Feel free to PM me for pics.

Just because men drool over you (as they do over me) how do you know you don't have Body Dysmorphic Disorder (which you misspelled ... but I do not wish to nitpick lol)? Is your appearance the only thing you feel that validates you? If so, that's sad.

I know three top surgeons in your area, and I could've helped you. I'm still willing to help you. It's sad you bailed on the site, as you could've gotten help from me, as well as others. Unfortunately, you responded inappropriately to someone who was concerned about your daughter, therefore, making you look like an unfit parent, however, my mission was to clarify the issue and HELP you.

I am not jealous of you. It's kind of hard to be jealous of you as I do not know you. I was trying to help you. Let's exchange pics ;). Stop being so defensive, unless you have something to be defensive about. Which it appears that you probably do ...

Also, it sounds like YOU want your daughter to get implants more than he does. Does she want them or do you want them to further her career? Is someone living vicariously?

If you were a loving mother, you would accept your daughter for who and what she is.

Disgusting.

If she wanted help, SHE should ask for it. Are you embarrassed of your daughter's appearance?

Stop competing with your daughter. It's pathetic. GROW UP.

And people wonder why the youth of America turn out to be instant gratification seeking, superficial, shallow, selfish people with boatloads of self entitilement. It is due to parents like you.

Mr. Z 12-15-2009 07:36 PM

This is something else I fell across and I'm only replying to because I feel obligated to stand up for what's wrong.

Why are you talking about your daughter that way? Calling her as flat as a board is plain wrong. Whether you want it or she wants it that is no way to talk about your daughter. You could have used other language that wasn't negative.

There are a countless number of stages moms where I live that talk like you and it makes me sick. You sound like a want to be Dina Lohan. I don't know what kind of "model" you were but if it was for bikinis and other trashy things that's not hard to succeed at. They take almost any girl as long as they're young and not fat. They don't make much money and will be lucky to get work past 25. From what I gather you rode the coattails of your husband to Maine who was the breadwinner. If you were a working full time model in the US you would be in NYC or LA: only supermodels like a Heidi Klum have the pull to live somewhere else and still get the work. He divorced likely because you got older and he replaced you. I see that type of marriage all the time: men with money marrying 20 something "models" that can't pull their own weight. If your dreams didn't come true don't try and live them through your daughter. Let her make her own decisions about how she looks.

It might not be bad idea to put your energy into learning how to spell instead of finding plastic surgeons for your teen daughter. As a guy I can tell you that those men that supposedly drool over you probably aren't. They might be staring because you look too plastic and done up for someone that lives in Maine.

Note: robyne00 I did not see what your last message until after I submitted mine. You and I are on the same page.

robyne00 12-15-2009 08:22 PM

We are often on the same page, Mr. Z. This is a very superficial and shallow Dina Lohan in the making as you said.

I wanted to help her, but she got unnecessarily defensive, as she is probably used to being in that type of position. What that says to me, professionally speaking, is she is used to being in this spot, therefore, accepting any help makes her feel like she is in a position of inferiority. She needs to stop competing with her daughter.

She disgusts me, and I thank you for your support.

la_angel 12-16-2009 05:47 PM

Wow I've been gone a few days and missed the action! Like usual I am in agreement with both of you, Robyne and Mr Z. She back-peddled on what she said, because if you look at her first post it did say "i have been talking her into doing the same thing." Keyword "talking her into doing" it! To me that doesn't sound like her child is the one that wants breast implants! :Angry:

This self proclaimed model is probably unemployed and has nothing better to do than obsess about how her kid(s) look. It looks like appearances are the only thing important to her! Don't pay attention to the nonsense hate she is spewing Robyne, she is probably the one jealous of you :D

Regarding the topic of the post (not for her, but for others who may see this) unfortunately I don't know of any Maine plastic surgeons... there can't be that many up there!

robyne00 12-16-2009 06:06 PM

Thanks for the kind words la_angel. You have to let stupidity like this just roll off your back, if it registers at all lol!

I know of 3 surgeons in the New England area. I could've helped her, but oh well. I'm such a hater lol! :D


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