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Lipo and fat transfer
Highmaintenance's Review of: Dr. Linda Huang

Rating: 2.90 (out of 10)
Review Date:
February 18, 2008, 12:56 am

Doctor Name:   Dr. Linda Huang (My Profile)
State:   Colorado (CO)
Country:   United States
Reviewer:   Highmaintenance (Contact Me)
View My Before/After Photo Album(s):   None available
Did you get any procedure(s) done by this doctor?   Yes
Date of your procedure(s):   January 1, 2003
Procedure(s) I had done:   None


I had lipo and a fat transfer to cheeks and above my breasts. The fat transfer left me with one cheek looking lke I have a lump sticking out. I returned to her to see what could be done to correct it. First of all she was extremely rushed. I had to get tough with her to get her to listen to me so she wouldn't rush out of the room. She acted like she didn't see the lump and suggested Thermage. Thermage was her default answer for about any question or complaint. Now it's 4 years later and I still have the lump. I plan to have it correced when I budget some face work.
There are a few other reasons I would not recommend Dr. Huang. When you pay thousands of dollars for work you expect a little of the doctors time. I believe she over-books. Anytime I was in the office I felt as though she was trying to get in and out of the exam room as rapidly as possible. Don't submit yourself to this type of treatment. Next complaint is she should have explained the severity of swealing to expect. I was told I'd be able to return to work in two weeks and no one would notice the facial work. I looked like an alien for almost two months. It's not good for a doc to downplay recovery. I didn't know anyone who had the procedure so I was clueless. I noticed another person reviewed Dr. Huang and mentioned how nice she was. I just want the doctor to do her job and treat me with respect.
When you have an issue to be addressed post-op, that is when you really find out what type of doctor you are dealing with.
My advice is skip Ms. 5280. The 5280 review means nothing.

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