My wife had plastic surgery done on her breasts 3 months ago..When she finally healed one breast was completely flat. Then to fix it they made her pay more money. When the 2nd surgery healed it was the same thing one breast completely flat. Now they want her to pay again and can't do the surgery for 3 months.
A bad result is not necessarily malpractice, which is likely the case here, but perhaps you can get the doctor to reduce his fee.
Perhaps. Let local counsel review records to determine if expert review is warranted and in turn representation if expert finds that there was a departure from accepted standards of plastic surgery.
The facts you have relayed are very vague. There is no indication of the reason for a procedure or what the procedure was. There are many reasons why implants - if that is what was done, could rupture. Without knowing more I can venture nothing more than a guess. If you believe that your wife received substandard care you should first make sure that she sees the proper provider who can address the problem and then seek the advice of an experienced medical malpractice attorney.
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