Old toilet leaking underneath so had someone install new one. I posted about this before but this is new post about since. Ok so he took up old toilet. Had to chisel around the toilet cause tile was laid against base not underneath. New toilet base larger than previous toilet so instead of breaking more tile decided to put on top of surrounding tile so this lifts toilet higher right? Says used thick wax ring to make up for diff but there is still a leak. I put paper towel in slot where ceramic missing and it siphons water(see pics). The new toilet has about a 1” rim at base and flange is about a little over 1/4” recessed below tile. Do you think a thick wax ring(with plastic in middle) was enough or do we need 2. Maybe 2 regular or a thick and a regular? Or should we just break more tile and sit toilet in spot previous toilet was for better seal. Paper towel shows some color yellow on it when wet(it’s not pee lol) I thot maybe wall pipe leak but two people checked meter said nothing running. Suggestions? Flange looked ok no wiggle. Also I didn’t use toilet all night( don’t ask me how I did that) and there was still water on paper towel. Not a lot but I’m not sure if that was just slurping up water still sitting in that recessed area. I also tried to monitor the bowl to see if losing water but I didn’t notice it was ( though maybe crack in bowl). Im at a loss. This guy says he’ll come back if needed. I’m just trying to get insight. Also tried color water test in bowl but not seeing that, but Idk how much dissolved color would show up in that small or leak since seems water all flushes down very quickly. Help please. Ty. In pic- is that a thick wax ring?