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Lucia

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  1. Hi Tamaras, You could always try. I would, but than I'd have to be forced to think about what happened too much. What happened with you? Scars? Unnatural appearance? Or both? And for those who asked, yes- I still have the scars. The skin around eyes are too delicate to repeat surgery and will likely just cause anther scar and plus look more deformed. Careful, neat stitching and being less aggresive and more conservative when it comes to the face- specifically the eyes is really important. You'd think this would be known? If surgeons are TOO BUSY and TIRED because of the amount of patients coming in- DON'T PREFORM THE SURGERY or reduce the amount of patients you accept- or else you are going to do a bunch of HORRIBLE work that is rushed through, not individualised and the botched work will be physically advertised for ALL to see- to the detriment of YOURSELF as a surgeon AND the patients everyday life. Your patients are your living advertisments of your skill level. I stand by what I posted originally because it is the honest truth despite the dafamation warning note prior to posting. If anyone has had botched surgey, name the doctor without fear and be honest. I think as soon as they see what I now look like, they'd drop the case without question and tip-toe away quietly.
  2. This maybe a little late now. But I had Dr Pitch for droopy eyelids. His consults are very quick. He doesn't explain what he is going to do or anything. The results of my botched saggy eyelid surgery (aka blephoplasty) was terrible. Traditionally, you are supposed to follow your natural eye crease and remove the excess skin that has sagged over it. What he did is took so much skin out and extended the scar right past my eyelid laterally. He didn't stitch one of these scars up tightly enough (which btw extended wayyy past the eye lid itself) the stitch was loose, there was no check up with him afterwards. the nurses shuffel you off and undo the stitches a few days later. The stitch that was loose ended up healing into a deep indented scar as well as looking bug eye-d. I even showed him a picture of me when I was younger so he can get a basic idea. He looked at it for a split seconf. I think he is too confident as just does what he was going to do anyway. Don't expect to be handled as an individual. Now 2 years later this scar makes me look really rough. I never saw Dr Pitch again after the surgery. It's an in and out procedure and the Doctors are so busy they don'y give a flying ***** if yours was botched or not because there's always someone else next. It took 2 years to write this up here as putting it in words directly after surgey was too hard and I had hope it would be okay eventually. Many people don't write up there botched surgey jobs done in Thailand because it really too hard to write about mentally. Writing about it just confirms something too much. I'm gettin over it. But I want anyone that is going to Dr Pitch to really explain EVERYTHING he is going to do to you and what he will offer if something goes wrong. Don't be too shy to offend when it comes to these concerns because it is you that will have to live with the consequences.
  3. This maybe a little late now. But I had Dr Pitch for droopy eyelids. His consults are very quick. He doesn't explain what he is going to do or anything. The results of my botched saggy eyelid surgery (aka blephoplasty) was terrible. Traditionally, you are supposed to follow your natural eye crease and remove the excess skin that has sagged over it. What he did is took so much skin out and extended the scar right past my eyelid laterally. he didn't stitch one of these scars up tightly enough (which btw extended wayyy past the eye lid itself) the stitch was loose, there was no check up with him afterwards. the nurses shuffel you off and undo the stitches a few days later. The stitch that was loose ended up healing into a deep indented scar. Now 2 years later this scar makes me look really rough. I never saw Dr Pitch again after the surgery. It's an in and out procedure and the Doctors are so busy they don'y give a flying ***** if yours was botched or not because there's always someone else next. It took 2 years to write this up here as putting it in words directly after surgey was too hard and I had hope it would be okay eventually. Many people don't write up there botched surgey jobs done in Thailand because it really too hard to write about mentally. Writing about it just confirms something too much. I'm gettin over it. But I want anyone that is going to Dr Pitch to really explain EVERYTHING he is going to do to you and what he will offer if something goes wrong. Don't be too shy to offend when it comes to these concerns because it is you that will have to live with the consequences.
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