I’m writing this letter to thank you for the wonderful care I received from you, your staff and St. Anthony hospital before, during and after both my procedures last summer. I have healed beautifully and am very happy with the results. The consultations I had with you before each procedure answered all my questions and eased my concerns. My facelift is soft and natural in appearance and doesn’t have that “she had some work done” look. A few months later I decided on having a tummy tuck and I was excited to find that I had gone down one dress size. I went down another size a few months later and am now on my way to losing another. The procedure game me the incentive to watch what I was eating and to exercise consistently. I’ll be 65 in a few months but I feel younger and people do have a difficult time guessing my age.
Thank you so much!
Dr. Bajaj and his staff are professional, courteous and most of all, kind and caring. His office staff worked me in for my first consultation the same day my surgeon referred me. Dr. Bajaj spent a considerable amount of time discussing the reconstruction process with me. I never felt rushed or afraid to ask questions.
I am so pleased with the final results of my breast reconstruction. I was afraid that I would never feel normal or complete when I received my initial cancer diagnosis. I have been told by numerous health care professionals that my reconstruction is one of the finest they have seen. I would highly recommend Dr. Bajaj to anyone considering any type of cosmetic procedure. Not only is he a gifted surgeon, he truly cares about his patients.
Thank you for making my breast look as close to the real thing as possible. God placed an angel in my life and that was you! What you’ve done for me will surely be a blessing forever. Thank you and be blessed!
Just a note to let you know how very, very pleased I am with the work you did on my eyes and brows. Even though I’m still a little swollen and bruised, I am really amazed how good my eyes look! I’m very happy I had this done and that I chose you to do it.
Thanks you so, so much for a job very well done, you have an exceptional talent and are also a wonderful person! You have chosen a very competent (and entertaining!) staff and I have enjoyed being around all of you. It’s been a very positive experience and I will always be gratefull to you!
Thank you for the wise words per the article. What an inspiration you are for the rest of us! In my estimation, I would say that you have followed your passion and done so very well. I am two years post-op and still very pleased with your “passion.” You are very good at your chosen skill and I feel very blessed to have had you as my doctor. Again, thank you and warm wishes for the future.
Thank you for making this experience so easy to walk through. Your fun personality, your expertise and compassion have been evident through the entire process. You are a gift. Thank you for your dedication.
Thank you and your wonderful staff for the support you have provided me during my breast reconstructive surgery. LaShawna was always very courteous and helpful in answering billing questions. Lori took care of all my insurance pre-admittance as well as being very personable and helpful in the exam rooms. Denise always went above and beyond, she was patient with me and did an exceptional job in showing me what was to be expected in each step of surgery. Dr. Bajaj, you are a gifted and caring surgeon. I am so very pleased with the final results of my surgery. When I received my cancer diagnosis, I would never have believed that one year later I am cancer free and have beautiful new breasts! Thank you all so much!
Dr. Bajaj spoke to my SHOUT Cancer Support Group a couple of years ago and was very passionate about helping survivors have a degree of normalacy and finding some happiness after the Big C. She brought pictures of her work and I remember wishing she did my original reconstruction. Not only is she a brilliant surgeon, but she has a wonderful bedside manner that totally puts patients at ease. My surgery was scheduled to take from four to six hours, and I think it was on the outside of six hours. The reason it takes so long is that microsurgery is involved attaching arteries and veins together to feed the transplanted material. According to my family, she looked exhausted when she spoke to them after my surgery….