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This should not be construed as medical advice. I am a retired Board Certified Plastic Surgeon.
As a Plastic Surgeon who saw unhappy patients from around the world, I have been helping with complications of other surgeons' operations for many years. I have put many examples online. I have posted examples of various problems on my Encyclopedia that can be found on the various Revision Surgery sections such as Revision Gynecomastia Surgery
or Revision Tummy Tuck Surgery
Patients with disasters like Large Areola Complication from Bad Gynecomastia Surgery
, Big Belly Button Complication Revision Tummy Tuck
are some of the many examples where I have dedicated myself to public education to minimize such future problems. Some complications I came up with my own names like the Crater Deformity
where a hole is left instead of the Gynecomastia contour. Television offers ability to show how tissues move. I have been capturing videos as part of my analysis now for years. There are many examples online, but I need to go back to the HD original digital captures to bring that part of the site up to date.
Over the years I have been approached by Television programs asking for direct access to these patients. Retired, I no longer offer direct patient access for interviews that could reopen healed emotional scars.
You have posted an advertisement without asking permission. I prefer to better understand what is being done before permitting your post to remain. There is a great deal of emotion involved with a patient who had trusted a surgeon only to find a nightmare needing further surgery. Please show us direct video links so I can better understand how your show manages such sensitive issues as well as the problem documentation, analysis of what was wrong, and then surgical solution.
This forum is dedicated to finding solutions, public education, complication prevention, and sharing stories. I am concerned about sensationalizing suffering for commercial programing.
Hope this helps,
Michael Bermant, MD
Retired Plastic SurgeonLearn More About Blepharoplasty Eyelid Surgery