Ratings for Dr. Denis Morris
I had a lump taken off of my neck in 2015.I paid 500.00 for this procedure . Dr. Dennis Morris sniped 2 nerves in my neck. I went back to him and he told me everything was fine and it will get better. Never would admit to cutting my nerves. I lost the full movement of my arm reach and could not swim. I went to a neurosurgeon , she was lovely . After many tests she wanted me to go see another surgeon at St Paul's. I jammed as I never want a Dr near my neck again. Could not guarantee my nerves could be fused back together . Luckily for me 2 years later I am only in pain 10 % of the time and not 100 like I was before. Do your homework before you go see him. I never would of gone to him if I would of read this first.
Terrible Dr. Told me the surgery for de quervain's tendonitis was very minor, I couldn't use my hand for days afterwards. Physio told me I shouldn't have had surgery, there are excerises that would have helped. Bad bedside manner, very unhelpful after the surgery.
I went in for a simple Dupytrens needle release for my pinky finger on my right hand. He told me the surgery is no big deal there's no consequences and I will be golfing in five days. After the needle release of my pinky tendon Dr. Morris severed both of my tendons In the process. I had to have my pinky tendons reattached by dr Adedi ( who seems to be a great surgeon) and my simple five-day recovery has turned into six months and a lifetime of headache now . For your sake I hope if you were referred by your doctor to see Dr. Morse please do not let him do the work. I hope I have saved someone from a world of headache such as what I am going through
He is not even a doctor! The worth thing happen in my life is visiting this purely unprofessional and rude doctor. He destroyed my life by a very very very bad surgery! I did my biggest mistake in my life to let him reduce my breasts and doing tummy tuck! Lots of scars in my body, different size of my breasts. I hate to look at myself in the mirror. The only hope I have it a lawyer that I have already talked to, he is going to take him to the court. KEEP AWAY HIM, SERIOUSLY, KEEP AWAY HIM. Neda, 33 years old
He removed moles from my back and butchered it. He put dry bandages on after he removed them; they stuck. When I called the receptionist could have cared less and I ended up having to go to my GP finally to get them removed because I could not get them off. It was extremely painful and now they are worse than before. His bedside manner is terrible and he basically took the money and ran. Now I have to take time off work because I am in so much pain - again. Do you self a favour and go elsewhere, research well first.
I went in for minor day treatment and Now I have no feeling in the left half of my face and my ear is completely numb. I will return there to have my static he's removes or to get my biopsy report. Please do you work before you go under the knife.mi didn't.
I went in for a breast reduction, referred to Dr Morris by my GP, for both breasts. During the appointments prior to the surgery Dr Morris came across as someone whom did not listen to me, regarding my questions and request to what I anticipated my breasts would be reduced to in size. After the day surgery I came out from the anesthetics within a half an hour of the operation and was in incredible pain! I was in a drugged stupor without being able to talk and all I could do was punch the bars on the side of the bed to try get the nurses to help me. I wanted to scream in agony. I was sent home with just Tylenol 3's after being in observation for a few hours. Once the bandages came off I felt like Frankenstein and ever since have had a huge complex about my breasts. One was obviously bigger than the other and my nipples were wrecked. One areola definitely bigger than the other, my breasts were left scarred in an ugly manner and the seams of the cuts under my arms stick out.
The biggest regret in my life was going to Dr. Morris for a breast augmentation. At my initial consultation Dr. Morris made me feel like a freak for having one breast slightly larger than the other. He said that he could fix this inequality by cutting around the areola and removing some skin and therefore the nipples would sit at the same height once the implants were in. After the operation, I took the bandages off to discover that the aereola on one side was three times larger than the other. It had stretched due to the skin being removed. My husband's initial reaction was "boy did he ever fxxx you up". I felt so ashamed. Two years later his office called me to see if I would speak to another patient who had the same "problem". I then realized that he used me as his guinea pig! I went to see him and showed him the result of his experiment and he showed no compassion nor did he offer a solution so I had them removed. The areola is twice as big and I have severe nerve damage
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