Howard T. Bellin, MD (retired)
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He was a nasty personality and was rude when i woke up during surgery.
3 out of 5 stars Breast Augmentation
He did an ok job but i was shocked to find out the day of surgery i was staying awake. he was down right mean to me during the surgery and a few days after i had my stitches out i found a little stitch sticking out when i went to his office to have it removed he told me i should have used tweezers and did it my self!!! but they did look good !
2 out of 5 stars Rhinoplasty
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There is rarely any pain after the surgery. Most of my patients do not take any pain medication after the operation. You will have a bandage on your... READ MORE
In my extensive experience I find that sagging breasts can be lifted WITHOUT the need for the additional scarring of conventional breast lifts. When... READ MORE
I strongly advise waiting at least six months after the originial surgery before considering a revision. A surgeon evaluating you at that time can... READ MORE
I do not commit to a specific size implant before the operation. That would tie my hands. I have a careful discussion with my patients, which may... READ MORE
I am a very strong proponent of placing implants ABOVE the muscle. Because part of the pectoralis muscle is usually cut in order to fit the implants,... READ MORE
Keeping tape on your nose at this stage is doing nothing to improve the reults of the surgery, but could be irritating your skin. READ MORE
Anyone can have thick skin, but that does not mean that you cannot have a rhinoplasty. However, it might mean that there will be a limitation with the... READ MORE
There is a limit to the amount of reduction of a nose that can be achieved because the principle is that cartilage and bone are removed and the skin... READ MORE
I advise my patients that is is safe to have sexbor anu other type of vigorous activity three weeks after the surgery. READ MORE
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