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Dr. Michael Sherbin has the following 2 specialties
- Plastic Surgery within the Head & Neck
- Plastic Surgery
A plastic surgery specialist is a physician with extensive training in the execution of plastic surgery procedures.
Plastic surgery is the use of surgical procedures to rebuild or reshape injured or misshapen body parts. Congenital defects, such as a cleft lip or palate, can be corrected by a plastic surgery specialist. Injuries sustained during auto accidents also may require the services of a plastic surgery specialist. These procedures fall under the category of reconstructive plastic surgery.
The other category of plastic surgery is cosmetic plastic surgery. Plastic surgery specialists often perform procedures like breast augmentation, face lifts, tummy tucks, liposuction, and lip injection as elective surgeries for patients who wish to make aesthetic improvements.
- Head and Neck Cancer
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After sitting there for some 45 minutes the doctor shows up and said I need a hearing test. OK then I wait another 25 minutes for the hearing test guy to show up. They take me in the basement (no rely in the basement) old tore up looking equipment and unprofessional to say the least. Now this is done he said I need tube in my ear and this would help right away (no). Then he said I need an MRI ok. Went to the hospital and they asked what the tube was made of? I said I did not know, they did some research to find out the tube was metal and the could not perform the MRI then asked me Did the doctor order this? I said yes, they answered metal cannot go through the MRI 3 AND A HALF HOURS LATTER they said it could not be done. I went back to the doctor and he asked me who ordered this? I said you did! he was totally confused but I just received a bill for $225.00 after I paid $40.00 deductibles every time I went I would never go back there it is a dump with rude help! Money first patience mean nothing.
Dr. Sherbin is a nice man but I will not recommend him to anyone. I visited his office for almost 2 years. I spend well over $1000 in treatment. I had regular swelling of my salivary glands which often turned into infection. He sent me for an x-ray the first time I went to his office which showed nothing notable. He then probed my salivary glands several times using a long metal probe but there was still no improvement. He gave me antibiotics every time I saw him and steroids the last two times I went to his office. Still there was no improvements. He could never remember my name or if I had been there before (I'd seen him over 16 times). He rarely wore gloves during examination. Finally I decided to see someone else because my condition had not improved. I went to another doctor who sent me immediately for blood work and a CT Scan and I was diagnosed with Sjogrens Disease (An autoimmune disease). Within a month of seeing the new doctor, I was diagnosed and proper treatment began. If I had not chosen to see another doctor, my salivary glands could have stopped producing all together and I would never have normal salivary function again. Two years is too long (and too much money spent) to go undiagnosed of a disease that could have severely damaged my bodies ability to produce saliva and tears (not to mention the joint pain associated with Sjogrens). I would not recommend Dr. Sherbin to anyone. While he is a nice man, his knowledge of modern medicine and treatment seems lacking.
I am surprised that a doctor with this much experience seemed to be "stumped" by what must be a common ENT complaint. Expensive and unnecessary tests were prescribed in a very routine manner, and I had to recount the entire history of my problem at each of two visits. During each visit, a pricey medication was prescribed with a "let's see if this works" attitude. Isn't there something in the Affordable Care Act about paying a doctor for results instead of the same old rituals of over-testing, over-medicating, and endless return visits??
51 Years Experience
University Of Missouri Kansas City School Of Medicine
Graduated in 1967
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Locations & DirectionsMichael Sherbin Do Pc, 309 Southbound Gratiot Ave, Mount Clemens, MI
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