Ratings for Dr. Robert Colcleugh
Had breast augmentation done 9 years ago. Still looks amazing. He was honest and to the point during the consultation, not sugar-coating a thing and I really appreciated this. I left size, shape and product up to him, and he did such a wonderful job. I have not regretted it for an instant. Very sad to hear he has retired!
Dr Colcleugh saved my son's Life!! Brian Moore was born 12/12/85 with a nasal glioma. Dr. Colcleugh was the only physician who would look at him. He agreed to try to remove the tumor using a team Dr Colcleugh gathered (a new thing in London). They were successful! Ten years later, new advances in imaging found a brain tumor. I immediately contacted Dr Colcleugh and he immediately made referrals for additional consults because now the surgeons did work in teams. Brian had the best of the best and Survived! Sadly, Dr Colcleugh retired before he could finish fixing Brian's face. I am hopeful that his replacement can help, although I would love to see Dr Colcleugh come out of retirement just for this. Shame on you shamers for cosmetic shite. You have never suffered real trauma and therefore cannot speak as to the quality of a real surgeon's Work!, THANX DR BOB! Sincerely, Linda Gallaway-Moore 289-501-961
I had a very good experience with Dr. Colclough until he had to retire and now I cannot find anyone to accept me for follow up even though I have offered to pay for these appointments! All I want is for someone to monitor my breast augmentation. The office suggested Dr. Evans, however they have refused to accept me. I am beyond frustrated.
I had an abdominalplasty done and it went very well, however I needed a repair because of a "dog ear" that never went away. He guaranteed the work he did as it was a large sum of money to pay! He is now retired .....so now what? The office was no help and I don't know where to go now without it costing me too much. Frustrated to say the least.
I went to him about a mark on my face, looked like a bruise that wouldn't go away. He looked at it, told me what it was and said he couldn't do anything for me as he didn't have the right laser for the job. He then contacted another cosmetic surgeon who had the right laser and she told him to send me right over. She got rid of the "bruise" and it was the first time ever that I didn't have to use cover-up on my face. It's returning but I was told that it would and I'm okay with that. I thought Dr. Colcleugh was very good to help me out.
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