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Augusto L Portillo MD Patient Reviews

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  • 9 patient ratings
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2 Patient Reviews

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5.0 of 5
September 20th, 2015
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Dr Portillo is a very compassionate and gentle doctor with excellent surgical skills. I know he has helped many patients who had far more extensive surgeries than what I needed, but I will never forgot how wonderful he was to me as a young teen with a severe broken nose in 1969. Complete recovery with no complications.
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5.0 of 5
May 22nd, 2008
top doc; top teacher
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I've known (as both patient and student) many of the so-called top plastics guys in the world, and Dr. Portillo beats them all hands-down. He combines the science and art of plastic surgery and medicine in a powerful, dynamic way. He is well-rounded on all aspects of medicine and is able to see the patient as a 'whole'. He is kind, gentle, warm, and patient. In the OR, he is at the patient's side, even before surgery while things are being ordered to begin. Moreover, he is on-call for his patients 24/7. He knows his science, too, but I won't go into that much, except to say he was one of the first to advocate immediate cleft lip/palate repair at one to two days post delivery. He is one of very few in the world doing work on Freeman-Sheldon syndrome, as well. He also does major extremity reconstruction, including replantations. He had 2 years in the USN as a plastic surgeon during wartime, which has served him well in civilian practice.
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