Manish H. Shah MD, FACS

Fellowship Trained Rhinoplasty Specialist

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Reviews for Shah Aesthetic Surgery

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Review from V.G.  |  Source: Google  |  Sep 15, 2018

Me and my mother had really bad experience with dr shah and his stuff . Was depressed after his procedure the whole year . Finally went to a great doctor who fix me up . He redid my mother face two times after the first surgery my mom had complications. And her second time didn’t do any better. Seem like he doesn’t know what he’s doing. His staff very unprofessional , mean and don’t care about their patience. I would never recommend this doctor! Pay so much money for making me look worse and in pain . I was so depressed I finally I got it fixed and I’m so happy right now. Think before you go there. More

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Review from P.P.  |  Source: Google  |  Jul 02, 2018

I would give 0 stars if I could. Dr. Shah was recommended (by anther plastic surgeon in town) as the best for rhinoplasty. My daughter had the initial procedure done over a year ago, to have a minor bump “shaved” down, and she now has a growth at the lower portion of her nose which resembles a “toucan nose” as my daughter calls it. Dr. Shah told her she needed a revision (which he charged her to have done) and it looks worse than before. Do not have rhinoplasty by this doctor, or at least get a second opinion. More

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Review from P.S.  |  Source: Google  |  Oct 23, 2017

I went to Dr. Shah to get some injections for a natural looking face lift. He convinced me that to look younger I need to get a chemical peel that was so strong it can only be performed by a licensed physician. After reading all the pros and cons he assured me that the procedure will go well and that it is what I need. I trusted him, so I agreed to start with the chemical peel. Big mistake!I was only 39 years old and he performed to strong of a chemical peel which left me with multiple layers of severe and permanent scarring on my forehead and hypo-pigmentation which means the pigment has been permanently stripped from parts of my face. I can not ever tan, because then you can really see the difference. During the actual procedure I told him that it was too much and that I could not take the burning anymore. I was in tears and felt like I am going to pass out. He told me: "You women who never had children don't know what pain is!" His other remark was that I should just imagine living in the middle east and have acid thrown on my face. He would not take it off. I have news for him. I did have a child 1.5 years later and child birth is not as painful as the procedure!!! He has never apologized to me and just denied that anything happened. I tried to get a lawsuit against him, but it is extremely hard to find a doctor who is willing to testify against another doctor. We found out that his notes were incomplete and that he lied in his notes as well. I would be VERY careful and want everyone to know that there are far better doctors out there who will not try to degrade their patients and who are not hackers like this one. Be very careful and do your research!!! More

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Review from D.D.  |  Source: Google  |  Aug 28, 2016

I had a neck lift. Dr. Shah over-promised and under-delivered. He assured me that he fully understood what I hoped to achieve and could give me the results I wanted. He "upsold" me to his most expensive method. The procedure had no impact and I have no improvement. Dr. Shah kept telling me the results would improve over time, but that seemed to be a strategy to keep me quiet and avoid the reality that I had been duped into giving this man seven thousand dollars for nothing. I could have been a loyal, long-term patient, but I no longer trust a word this man says. More

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Review from T.S.  |  Source: Google  |  Jun 28, 2016

May 11, 2013 - CO2 laser peel burn injury. Permanent damage to my skin/face. Lines, gouges, and craters (loss of volume) burned into my face. Pre-/post-procedure medical care was non-existent despite a complex skin care/medical care protocol two weeks prior to the procedure and follow-up medical care/appointments were denied me in writing when I expressed dissatisfaction at the damage to my skin/face. More

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