L. Patrick Miller, M.D.
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As most women my size here, I have always wanted breasts. I wanted to share my story because of the smaller size I wet with, and also because of my career. I work in manual labor, male dominated field and I am also a service member. Just because I work like a man doesn't mean I should also LOOK like a man. Ha! I'm 5'2" 115 lbs and I have had two wonderful daughters that I did not breast feed....
I have experience with Dr. Millar regarding another procedure i pursued and have had good luck with him. He and his staff are highly professional and easy to talk to. He has an extreme wealth of knowledge and experience. I expect great things from our consult.
5 out of 5 stars Breast Augmentation
Dr. Miller was a very great surgeon to work with! I felt so comfortable with him and he was really easy to talk with. I spent so much time with him I did up to 3 consultations with him and I got exactly what I wanted. He was very honest with me and answered all of my questions thoroughly. I would prefer him to any if my friends and family!
I am currently awaiting my procedure date. I will be having a much needed mastopexy with breast augmentation. Currently 5'5" 180lbs and losing, wear a 38 C/D depends on the brand. Gravity and breast feeding took its toll! :) Anticipating 800cc saline implants will the left side being overfilled due to asymmetrical breast tissue. I plan to have a tummy tuck in the future. I had my breast...
4 out of 5 stars Breast Augmentation
In my initial consultation, my doctor seemed to be reading off a script about the difference between saline and silicone. As I would have questions, he almost had a tone of "don't interrupt me." When he finally finished, I had forgotten many of my questions and felt like my head was spinning. He left the office, and a nurse came in to schedule me. I hadn't even gotten a definitive answer about how many cc' he thought would look good on me to proportion out my body.... so he came back in and asked what I'd want. I said between a large B and a small C. He reasoned that most women would like to have gone bigger if they only make a minor jump in size, and suggested going bigger. I went home, thought about it and decided he was right. I looked at many before and afters, and this site's forums and decided the benefits far outweigh the risks. I called at least once a week with a page full of questions each time about capsular contracture, warranties, pain levels and medication combinations. My doctor did seem to be pretty in and out when I did have a chance to see him. I was told to be there at 8:50 so I'd have plenty of time to answer my questions before we started my surgery at 9. He arrived in the doctor's office shortly after 9 and seemed a little rushed to make the marks on my chest. When I woke up, I was too groggy to have a conversation, but was fairly disappointed that he wasn't there to see me out, or meet my mom and give her a report on the surgery. I was also told I'd get a card that said the serial number of my implant and information regarding the surgery. I don't recall being given any papers like this. The last 24 hours have been a blur and maybe I will have more information after I see the doctor again tomorrow and he teaches me the breast massage technique to minimize hardening or risks of capsular conracture.
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