Ratings for Dr. Winston Parkhill
Early in his career, he performed a rhinoplasty and improved the appearance of my nose. However, he was completely unhelpful and unconpassionate during the consultation. He actually sent me to a makeup store in the Mall to ask the girls working there to give me suggestions on what he should do to make my deformed nose look more normal. When that didn't really help much, he did make a few suggestions but my nose still is deformed, just not quite as much as before Also, a piece of cartilage came out of place after the surgery and, out of fear of attempting to fix it and possibly make it worse, I have lived with this for over 30 years. At age 55, I am starting to rebuild the courage to see another surgeon about improving it and maybe finally being able to get some self-confidence about my appearance. Maybe there should have been a follow-up if he cared at all.
This man remade my face after a terrible car accident in 1995. His caring and compassionate nature helped, me a yound mother at the time through a most difficult time. The work he did to rebuild my face was incredible. He cared and he took his time to reassure me I was in good hands. There is no proasie high enough for what Dr. Winston Parkhill did for me. I am now 49 and my face still looks very, very good! I had deep 'tattooing from the paint being imbedded under my skin, my nose was cut off and my right lip completly missing. How can you ever thank a man for giving you your face back. My deepest appreciation for all that your magicals have done for me and other! Cheers Sharon
I wish I had thought to look for a site like this a few years ago when he was working.I had pressures on my butt in the early 90's .I was referred to him to get rid of them.I found him ignorent & full of himself. He spoke down to me constantly.I used to go to the app with my mother I had stop that so he would have to speak to me & not her. One operation should have fixed the problem but thanks to his poor recommendations I went through 6. All the while he would blame me for the recurance.It took an OT to give me the proper advice to remedy my situation.He is a joke of doctor & thank god he's gone. He might have been able to saw skin but anY surgeon can do that.He rarely showed his face after he did my operations & on the rare occasion that he did he wouldn't hang around long enough to answer questions if didn't have them right in front of you so you could fire them at him as fast as you could.Good ridance Parkhill.
Dr. Parkhill is an amazing human being. I had to have my pinky finger amputated over 30 yrs ago, due to a botch job by another Doctor (Dr. Erdogan). Dr. Parkhill did an excellent job on my hand. Most people don't even notice my missing finger. I will never forget this great Doctor.
Dr Parkhill is a musician's best friend with his expertise he has kept the pickers and griners going for years myself included. His firm hand shake (don't squee) and smile makes you feel comfortable the minute you meet him. He operated on me and my musical friends over the years and kept us picking so we wish him all the best in his retirement and hope he has many long years of enjoyment. I count him as one of my best friends. An excellent doctor who looked after me for many years. I wish him well banjoman
I hear that Dr Parkhill has retired. That is too bad. He treated me for 18 months in 05/06. He is a great surgeon but a better man - so kind & gentle. A great friendly "bedside" manner. He explains everything well & is so considerate! So much experience & expertise is lost to the field with his retirement. Good luck and enjoy your retirement Wimpey!
Dr.Parkhill operated on my son-in-law two years ago for melanoma. He explained everything to us in terms we could understand. He followed up with phone calls after the surgery as well. When my son-in-law could make it to an appointment as he was too weak, Dr. Parkhill came to him. Not many doctors would care enough to do that. Then he wrote my daughter a nice letter after her husband passed away. He is really a very caring and compassionate man. He will be truly missed.
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