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5 out of 5 stars Botox
Love the office. the front desk girls are very curtious, happy,friendly, and full of useful information and Kay is the best, super friendly happy and a positive person! I would recommend that everyone go here
5 out of 5 stars Breast Implants
Calm, Professional, Very Informative caring staff. Consultation over 2 hrs, Pre-Op visit with RN. I called, emailed and asked questions over again and they answered every one immediately
1 out of 5 stars Tummy Tuck
He did an acceptable job on my breast lift and implants. Although he places implants over muscle and I think they would've turned out even better if he had. Had a tummy tuck with both vertical and horizontal incisions due to massive weight loss. I Had to go back for a revision due to not enough skin taken off and it looked like I had a butt on my torso. He did not charge for his services but still had to pay for anesthesia and hospital fees. He was not able to give me an acceptable belly button. It is the size of a pin hole and I can still get white fluid out of it after 3 years. I would never recommend him to anyone. Still not happy with my tummy tuck and he was supposed to have done lipo on my flanks. There was no bruising or soreness, so I'm not sure if he did it or not. He cancelled more than one of my scheduled appointments and had driven over an hour to get there. I went for a six month check up and he never required any other follow ups. It makes you feel like they got their money and could care less how you do after.
I had my first Augmentation at 19. Going from about a 34A to a 34C All of my teen life I wanted bigger boobs. My first implants were saline. Under the muscle. 8 years later my left side ruptured. I had lost feeling in the left breast and I could feel rippling and movement or a popping feeling almost when I touched my left breast. Approx a year later the implant ruptured. I went back to my same...
36 Years Old, 5'3, 135lbs, One Child, Mastopexy w/Augmentation and Brachioplasty after RouxEnY - Midland, MI
I have had unsymetrical breast my entire life and have always wanted to look natural. I had roux en y in June 2015, so after losing around 90 pounds I have decided that there is no better time than now to start with plastics. My entire life has been a weight go-to and I am now at a point where I know I am going to keep it off, so do not mind investing the money. So, on December 28th I am...
Great doctor and great staff so far. Pre op is Nov 5th.,
4 out of 5 stars Breast Augmentation
The staff was always very willing to answer questions via phone or email. Doctor was also available for extra consult upon request. The hospital anesthesia and recovery nurses were also phenomenal with comforting me prior to and after surgery. The doctor's guidance led me to choose the perfect size and type of implant.
5 out of 5 stars
Whenever i had a question, the dr or office staff answered me. very pleased with overall results. have already recommended dr to some friends. if there is one thing i could change, it would be that i should have asked more questions about surgery,. i feel like i was not prepared at all for it. i know that i should have asked more questions.
5 out of 5 stars Breast Implants
Dr. Morris and his staff are very friendly and answer all of your questions. They are obviously very experienced and have a history of excellent quality and results. They ensure that your surgery and recovery are as comfortable as possible, I experienced virtually no pain! They are also very efficient, ensuring that they do not waste your valuable time.
5 out of 5 stars Tummy Tuck
Very nice and friendly staff. Dr. Morris was and is a caring doctor. His bed side manner is above the call and thank you for the flowers after my surgery they made my day and the days after better!! If I need any other things done I know I will come back here to have Dr. Morris work on me. THANK YOU AGAIN ...
Undergraduate & Medical SchoolMedical: MD, Texas A&M University College of Medicine
Post-Medical School TrainingResidency: Mayo Clinic, Rochester, MN
Treatments offered at Steven M. Morris & The Plastic Surgery Institute
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Bottoming out is a term that refers to a lower position of the implant on one side or both sides than is desired or aesthetically acceptable. This may... READ MORE
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