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Asian bleph revision with PRASAD

Re: Asian bleph revision

Postby MissJ521@aol.com » Sun Dec 19, 2010 5:21 pm

Very good find. I've got a string on my site where someone is complaining that he got a hold of their past doctor's patient list (Bosniak's who died) and left them a phone message where the patient was not expecting or wanting a call message from Prasad. I'm going to include this link on it. The original poster even says that when she looks up a specific eye doc's name, P's name comes up high on the Google search.

OK, what you should do is e-mail Charles Lee and show him the link and ask if those are his photos. If you think one doctor is using another doc's photos, you should always let the doctor who you think OWNS the original copyright to the photos know about it.






gogosurgery wrote:About Prasad:

No disrespect intended, but I found something strange on his site.

http://emedicine.medscape.com/article/1282140-media
This is an article from another doctor called Charles Lee. I believe these are his works. Please note the last female and the picture...

http://www.puffyeyes.com/asian-eyelid-surgery.html
Now take a look at Prasad's site. The first B+A of the Asian female is the same as Charles Lee. The only difference is that the pic is flipped left to right. Isn't that weird? I would assume that the work you put on your site is done by the surgeon himself.

What's going on here? By the way so sorry to hear all the unhappiness regarding surgery done with him. Hope things get better in the end.

edit: I found out the second example from Prasad's site is also from Charles Lee's article! Again, the pic is flipped left to right. Who's work is it? I don't see his name in the credits but who knows, did he contribute?... maybe this is acceptable practice to post examples not of your own?
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Re: Asian bleph revision

Postby tom413 » Wed Dec 22, 2010 8:57 am

his site just deleted those photos. any way to view the cached/previous version?
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Re: Asian bleph revision

Postby MissJ521@aol.com » Wed Dec 22, 2010 5:50 pm

Even if he deleted the photos, Dr. Charles Lee should still be informed that his photos were being used on Prasad's site. Those photos have been positively identified by another poster on this string. He's probably reading this string--like what a coincidence that once it's discovered that the photos on his site are from another doctor, they are deleted.
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Re: Asian bleph revision

Postby gogosurgery » Thu Dec 23, 2010 5:06 pm

tom413 wrote:his site just deleted those photos. any way to view the cached/previous version?


http://webcache.googleusercontent.com/s ... clnk&gl=ca

Cached version with the 2 sets photo still up! Better take a screencap or save the page if you want to have a record of it.

Here is charles lee's site if someone wants to ask him about it.
http://www.asiancosmeticsurgery.com/index.html
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Re: Asian bleph revision

Postby MissJ521@aol.com » Thu Dec 23, 2010 11:21 pm

So there you go tom. gogosurgery just gave you what you needed to capture the screen shot and info. So, make sure you capture those screen shots of the lifted photos from Lee's site
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Re: Asian bleph revision

Postby MissJ521@aol.com » Sat Aug 04, 2018 5:29 pm

This is to confirm that poster 'Monalisa8' is listed on the SAME account Prasad has used to promote his practice on MMH and I have kept a log of such. I confirm that in 2013 when I became moderator, I BANNED Prasad from further participation on MMH due to a grave TOS violation, in particular using multiple screen names in the process of promoting himself on MMH. He has used 3 other screen names in addition to Prasad. To the best of my knowledge, it is also an FTC violation for a doctor to use multiple IDs in the act of self promotion. I disclose I have removed many of Prasad's self promotional posts due to what I feel is a violation to the policies of MMH and also a grave disservice to patient members of MMH, including the management of MMH to have been UNWITTING participants in Prasad's deceptive actions during his participation here BEFORE I became moderator. On this thread an entry was made by a poster that Prasad was using another doctor's photos in his self promotions.

For reasons cited above promotions of Prasad are disallowed on MMH.
Be advised they are allowed on Real Self. You might want to take a 'Buyer Beware' stance as to the preponderance of 'glowing' reviews found there in the event he is using GAG orders to selectively preclude non glowing reviews to enter the venue.

If you are an unhappy patient who has signed a 'GAG ORDER' agreement not to lodge a review and ths gag order was contingent to have any work done by Prasad and have for that reason not posted a review here or on REALSELF, please get in touch with RS who houses TONS of glowing reviews for Prasad. The issue would be SELECTIVE PRECLUSION of only the unfavorable reviews (via any 'GAG order'/non disclosure agreement he might have patients sign. Selective preclusion when aimed at unfavorable reviews would result in a disproportionate number of favorable reviews, which in turn, can MISLEAD potential patients. They might want to (but I don't know) be aware of that sort of thing. None the less, EVEN IF you are afraid of posting a review on RS due to having a GAG contract, do NOT be afraid to relay to the management there to look more closely whether or not they are housing a preponderance of good reviews and that might be due to such a contract selectively precluding all reviews, good and not so good.

Years back, there was a problem on MMH and other boards where 'LifestyleLift' was using deceptive tactics to promote on such boards, things like having employees pretend they were happy patients. Basically, the act of using multiple screen names to promote where said is an FTC violation. The Attorney General pursued subsequent to collecting information as to those type of activities and gave a hefty fine. For a LONG TIME, LSL had free range of that type of activity and BECAUSE they got their employees to sign 'GAG ORDERS'/non disclosure agreements. They were afraid to report for fear of being sued by LSL (which the entity often threatened to do!). So for quite some time, patients were HARMED due to LSL employees signing GAG agreements to keep private and not disclose their 'job responsibilities' involved LODGING FAKE POSITIVE REVIEWS. So, they did NOT KNOW the GAG order/non disclosure agreement they signed was an ILLEGAL CONTRACT. A contract such as a GAG order or non disclosure can be considered illegal if intent of the contract are to shield illegal activities, here FTC violations.

To the best of my knowledge (although I'm not a lawyer), Prasad's past account with 3 extra screen names on it, where he WITHHOLDS DISCLOSURE could very well be an FTC violation. I say that not to accuse but rather to inform past patients, who may have signed GAG orders forcing them not to disclose any negative experiences they may have had, that to the best of my knowledge, the GAG contract does not preclude you from writing to the Attorney General of New York. This would be so in the event you felt mislead by a preponderance of 'glowing reviews' (again elsewhere) and would otherwise not have gone him if a GAG contract was the reason you were precluded from reading ALL possible reviews; good AND bad.

Here, I am not suggesting you 'violate' such a contract by posting a review. Nor am I suggesting RS has any part of this. (Due to their attention not being called to it.) But rather relay to the AG of New York (and/or RS) that you signed one and want to know IF you are obliged to honor it or to not inform them in the event the gag contract SELECTIVELY PRECLUDES honest reviews that are unfavorable to Prasad in the event you felt MISLEAD by the preponderance of glowing reviews (elsewhere) which would arise in the event a doctor used a GAG contract to 'tip the scales' in his favor by using it SELECTIVELY for ONLY the unfavorable reviews.

As to being the mod of MMH, under no circumstances will I allow a doctor using GAG contracts who uses them to selectively preclude unfavorable reviews and selectively INCLUDE good ones to participate on MMH .

This notice and disclosure thereof comes subsequent to a patient relaying to me he was afraid to post his experience due to a 'gag' contract and it's unlikely he is the only one who has withheld a review due to this contract. It also prompted me to reflect on the type of participation Prasad had on MMH before I banned him for his actions here.




Monalisa8 wrote:
abby123 wrote:I had Asian double eyelid surgery 7 weeks ago with Amiya Prasad in new York but not happy with results. I actually liked my eyes more when they were puffy because I had bigger creases but now my crease is bareley visible well in one eye and has so much fat above that it goes past the crease so creates a weird shadow. I asked for low crease but not this low and bad job. I am really regretting doing this but I have hope that a revision will improve it. I also spent 9k for this which pisses me off because I was expecting great results for that amount. They showed me a before and after pic of one girl that had good results. Anyway how long till I can get revision, also I'm not sure if I should try and get revision with Prasad or go with maybe Eric Choe. I can't go out with makeup or glasses because I think I look bad and unsymmetrical. I guess it's better than being overly hollow but still I'm not looking forward to another procedure.


It's best to followup with Dr. Prasad as eyelid surgery can continue to change over the course of several months.
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