Liv plastic surgeryPlastic surgery results and business ethics

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I personally can speak first hand of what actually goes on at liv plastic Surgery. I worked there for
almost a year. Andrew Ress plain and simple is not a good surgeon. Infact, he is a bad surgeon. I
am coming forward now because I have heard from too many former staff members, that he
permanently disfigured too many patients. This is a FACT: His own staff, would rather PAY another
doctor for cosmetic work, than get it for FREE thru him!!! What does that tell you?
While under employment, I know firsthand he forged the patient logs in his operating room in order
to pass inspection. This is illegal and he should lose his medical license for doing it. I'm
embarrassed to say I kept quite then, as we all did, to keep our jobs. He made employees lie on the
witness stand in a civil case in order to keep their job. He also "asked" his patient coordinator to write
disparaging remarks about local plastic Surgery Colleagues on Yelp and other review sites. He did it, only to keep his job. I also know firsthand, the equipment he buys never new. he only buys used
equipment that can be faulty and ineffective which leads to scars and burns in most cases. His own
wife recently filed for Divorce claiming he was cheating on her with women in the office. Not sure if
this is true, however his now ex wife certainly believes it. This man is not only a bad, unethical
surgeon, he is a not a person you can trust.

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