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Unsteady Hands Cause for Concern in a Surgeon?
Hi, I am considering getting a revision rhinoplasty with the same doctor that did the initial procedure. He is one of the most experienced doctors in the city. I have discussed with him the EXACT changes that I would like to see be made (down to the anatomical names) and he has agreed with them.
I am unsure now if he is the best person to do it, as on my consult it looks like he recently had a stroke, and his hands were not steady. Is this cause for concern? I obviously don't want to make the wrong choice.Thx
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