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Dr. David Klein, MD
Plastic Surgeon
24 years of experience
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Accepting new patients

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  • Currently 3.5 of 4 stars
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  • Currently 3 of 4 stars
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Average Wait: 15 minutes
  • Currently 4 of 4 stars
 |  Great Doctor Great Man  |  show details
Jun 26th, 2012

I had my breast augmentation in 2007. I went into Dr. Klein because I had heard around town he was "the best" and after my initial consultation, I was very comfortable with my decision to enlarge my breasts. He took his time to explain the procedure fully and even advised me against a size that would overwhelm my frame. He really cares about his patients and he has a wonderful office staff. I would highly recommend Dr. Klein to friends and I have already done so. I also have gotten Botox injections in my brow and it is virtually painless with super results. If you are unsure about a procedure, consult with him and you will feel better about your decision. He is very experienced. You would never know I had the surgery. My husband (who is a Doctor as well) says "they are very natural looking" Nobody has ever asked if I had surgery. I wanted a very natural look and he gave it to me. Gotta love Dr. Klein. Make an appointment, he will change the way you look and feel about yourself. LS

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Oct 20th, 2011

When I first went for my free consultation...honestly I never thought having the elective surgery I wanted would happen for me. I was very concerned that I would meet the doctor and feel uncomfortable. All I could think is I really wanted to fix a part of my body that I was ashamed of and standing in front of someone you just met, pointing out all of the flaws you see in yourself...(nightmare!) I almost canceled my appointment. When I first got back to the exam room I talked to a women who was wonderful she put me at ease right away, she was genuine. Which I am sorry to say I didn't expect. After explaining everything to me....and answering every question I had with complete patience and understanding. I was given my cover and privacy to change. A few minutes later I heard the knock and then was greeted with a very warm smile that relaxed me immediately. Dr. David F. Klein introduced himself and the lady that followed him into the room for added comfort... He then sat down and talked/listened to me. I understand that for most people that may seem normal but I expected him to talk (at me) not to me. I have had a few Doctors that I really liked but in 5 minutes he was already my favorite by a long shot. When he examined me...I surprisingly felt no embarrassment, I just watched as he examined and explained everything in a completely understandable way. He was always respectful and never made me feel ashamed or degraded. I wanted the surgery badly before I met Dr. Klein, but he is the main reason I was able to go through with it! Two months after my consultation visit I had my surgery and I have never been happier!! Dr. Klein is an AMAZING SURGEON!!!...but I think that more importantly he is a truly good man. He gave me my confidence back and that I can never thank him enough for. So would I recommend David F. Klein MD. Yes... if you are considering surgery, there are many surgeons. I should know I researched a lot of different surgeons, from the schools they went to... to what they specialized in, but the one thing that I never figured in to all my research was the human factor. I am completely aware of the fact that, in saying this I am calling myself a hypocrite (I get put off by a doctor who is being to clinical..or cold...but on the other hand that is all I was considering) I never thought that the most important thing to me would be my surgeons humanity. I suggest starting with a consultation with Dr. Klein and saving the hours/days of research.

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