Dr. Burton lipo'd my lower stomach and left me with a muffin top. It would have been just as easy for him to remove most of the fat from the lower stomach. Isn't that what most women want? After being in practice for such a long time, a plastic surgeon doesn't realize the top should be flatter than the bottom? If you have a flat stomach, but with a muffin top, what's the point? That makes you look worse than not having anything done at all. I think the point is so he can be guaranteed that you come back for a revision (more money)! Nobody noticed anything different about me after my liposuction. When I went in his office, he had the most ghetto staff I'd ever experienced. They talked about and made fun of other clients and did the same to me when I disrobed. It was a humiliating experience. Since then, that group has been replaced, but I don't know if it's any better. Dr. Burton's bedside manner is not overly-caring. It seems forced and rushed. If any doctor who has been in practice for decades removes the fat from the bottom stomach and leaves the top virtually untouched, he knows exactly what he's doing. He knows you'll be back to get a revision. I'd even asked to see his before-and-after pictures of his clients and kept getting the excuse that the albums were at his Baltimore office. FOR MONTHS? He kept saying he would get someone to send them to his Bowie office, but that never happened. Another Red Flag!
All plastic surgeons are not created equal. I wish I'd known that before I went to him. He was a little less expensive than other doctors, so I guess that old adage is true. You get what you pay for! I even bet that if he reads all the negative reviews about him online, he would not care one bit as along as he has a flow of new clients steadily coming in his office. Really sad when you can't trust your doctor. This out-of-pocket procedure isn't cheap!