Episode Sixteen of the Plastic Surgeon Podcast with Dr. Javad Sajan and Sabrina Sajan, covers the story of a runaway lip filler patient who wandered around the office with numbing cream on their lips. She was anxiously looking for their provider who was held up due to another patient who tried to bring their pet into the office.
Next, Dr. Sajan tells an unbelievable story about a fellow doctor who talked bad about Dr. Sajan for seeing a patient who believed she was suffering from breast implant illness. The other doctor had placed the breast implants and did not believe that breast implant illness exists. Not only does Dr. Sajan disagree, but he performs many en bloc breast implant removal surgeries to treat breast implant illness.
Finally, Dr. Sajan tells the unfortunate story of a patient who had breast surgery in Mexico that caused her breast implant to pop out during a routine mammogram. Dr. Sajan has worked with this patient over several months to resolve the issue and get her the breasts of her dreams.
Stay tuned for the conclusion of these stories and more real stories from Dr. Sajan and Sabrina’s plastic surgery clinic on the Plastic Surgeon Podcast.
To learn more about the Plastic Surgeon Podcast, visit https://www.plasticsurgeonpodcast.com
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