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Reviews for Moradi M.D. Cosmetic Surgery

At Moradi MD, we understand the importance of making the ideal decision for you and your individual needs. Undergoing a procedure of any kind can take a lot of preparation and careful consideration. It is our goal to help you make the optimum and most-informed decision when it comes to deciding on plastic surgery or other noninvasive cosmetic treatments. We invite you to read our patient testimonials written by real individuals who have had first-hand experience with board-certified Plastic Surgeon, Dr. Amir Moradi and his team. We hope that you find these testimonials to be informative and encouraging as you pursue your cosmetic goals. We also encourage you to call our San Diego office to schedule a consult or to learn more about our services.

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Review from R.P.  |  Source: Facebook  |  Jun 14, 2019

I sent some DMs on instagram and they just saw them and never answered anyhing!!! i was just asking some questions cuz i dont live in SD and i wanted to travel but i wanted to be sure that they have the procedure i want and the never answered my question... what a horrible clients service!!!! what could i expect if i travel jus to see you?! More

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Review from A.A.  |  Source: Yelp  |  May 28, 2019

It had been ten years since I’ve been to Dr. Moradi’s office.  I had been in to see the Doctor for over a year, when in 2009 I had wanted a small area filled with Juvederm on my face, and the Doctor protested, saying I was okay and refused to treat me... I was distraught and initially thought I was acting insecure when, in retrospect, it was a small adjustment, and he gave me no explanation as to why he wasn’t going to adjust, other than I looked fine. I went to another doctor who agreed with the filler placement and accommodated my request. I told this Doctor what had happened, and his reply was, "He should listen to his patients, more. This (filler) looks great".   I didn’t go back to Moradi’s. Fast forward ten years, my GF goes to Dr. Moradi for Botox, and I had her ask him what he thought about me coming in, as I did appreciate specific ways he injected that other doctors have not. He said he remembered who I was and yes, to have me come in. I was initially greeted by Veronica, who immediately recognized me from years back. She asked what I was interested in getting. I told her Juvederm Ultra and where I would’ve liked the touchups. She said, Dr. M wouldn’t use Juvederm, he’d use Restylane instead. I told her my body absorbs Restylane quickly and that I prefer Juvederm (I’ve had fillers done for the past 10 years and am familiar with what works for me and what doesn’t). She left seeming not too happy. A few minutes later, Dr. Moradi comes in. He feigns no memory of who I am, which I thought was weird since Veronica knew who I was and he told my friend he remembered me. I was immediately uncomfortable but explained what I wanted in spite of him not acknowledging me, which was filler in my bottom lip, my nasolabial & cheeks (getting older and face thinning). He said "Mhmm," shook his head, said, "I see." Then, ready for this, he says, "You don’t need anything. Your top lip (which still had filler and the bottom lip didn’t) will decrease in size and you’ll be fine. You can leave when you’re ready." I kid you not LOL!  He walked out of the room and closed the door as I’m sitting there with my mouth open, trying to take in what just happened. I was discriminated against for absolutely no reason at all...or was it because I requested Juvederm instead of Restylane. The moral of the story is if a Doctor with a god-complex deems his judgment of your appearance as infallible and you (me) are crazy enough to want to give him another chance, don’t. More

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Review from A.A.  |  Source: Yelp  |  May 28, 2019

It had been ten years since I've been to Dr. Moradi's office.  I had been in to see the Doctor for over a year, when in 2009 I had wanted a small area filled with Juvederm on my face, and the Doctor protested, saying I was okay and refused to treat me... I was distraught and initially thought I was acting insecure when, in retrospect, it was a small adjustment, and he gave me no explanation as to why he wasn't going to adjust, other than I looked fine. I went to another doctor who agreed with the filler placement and accommodated my request. I told this Doctor what had happened, and his reply was, "He should listen to his patients, more. This (filler) looks great".   I didn't go back to Moradi's. Fast forward ten years, my GF goes to Dr. Moradi for Botox, and I had her ask him what he thought about me coming in, as I did appreciate specific ways he injected that other doctors have not. He said he remembered who I was and yes, to have me come in. I was initially greeted by Veronica, who immediately recognized me from years back. She asked what I was interested in getting. I told her Juvederm Ultra and where I would've liked the touchups. She said, Dr. M wouldn't use Juvederm, he'd use Restylane instead. I told her my body absorbs Restylane quickly and that I prefer Juvederm (I've had fillers done for the past 10 years and am familiar with what works for me and what doesn't). She left seeming not too happy. A few minutes later, Dr. Moradi comes in. He feigns no memory of who I am, which I thought was weird since Veronica knew who I was and he told my friend he remembered me. I was immediately uncomfortable but explained what I wanted in spite of him not acknowledging me, which was filler in my bottom lip, my nasolabial & cheeks (getting older and face thinning). He said "Mhmm," shook his head, said, "I see." Then, ready for this, he says, "You don't need anything. Your top lip (which still had filler and the bottom lip didn't) will decrease in size and you'll be fine. You can leave when you're ready." I kid you not LOL!  He walked out of the room and closed the door as I'm sitting there with my mouth open, trying to take in what just happened. I was discriminated against for absolutely no reason at all...or was it because I requested Juvederm instead of Restylane. The moral of the story is if a Doctor with a god-complex deems his judgment of your appearance as infallible and you (me) are crazy enough to want to give him another chance, don't. More

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Review from S.D.  |  Source: Google  |  May 16, 2019

Awful experience. Rude and unprofessional. More

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