Hi all, I'm new to the forum and have started doing my due diligence after stumbling upon ads for Imago Medical Spa by Dr. Chris Berrett in SLC, UT. He claims to have been trained under Dr. Loria, which I understand is as big of a red flag as one could find. Does anyone have experience with this guy? Uncertain what his filler is as he doesn't specify the compound and is generally pretty sus.
Dr. Loria, you mean the hair restoration specialist & nutritionist who jumped onto the Phalloplasty-bandwagon because he could make a killing pumping dicks full of (dangerous) silicone oil, and lying on his website that he's a cosmetic surgeon (which should be actionable by the Board of Medicine in Florida), you mean that Dr. Loria?
The Dr. Loria who years ago got caught multiple times creating fake accounts here, and even impersonated me on other penis forums because he has the maturity of his front desk resceptionist and not a full fledged physician?
The Dr. Loria who claims his concoction filler has PMMA and other mixes, but ultimately turned out to be straightup silicone? You know, the silicone that NO OTHER ethcial Doctor in the U.S. uses for penis enlargement, despite having access to it.
I wouldn't trust Dr. Loria to clip my nails. I wouldn't extend Dr. Loria Sponsorship here even if he offered to buy me a Ferrari. So I can't imagine I'd trust any of his trainees no matter how skilled they are, and I sincerely hope Dr. Berrett figures out this "cash cow" isn't worth his medical credibility.
The PhalloBoards is and will forever remain a No-Silicone-Zone. Besides, with SO many proven fillers on the market (HA, Radiesse, PMMA, Ellanse, and Fat), why even chance it with a "mystery" injection given by a guy trained by the "legendary" Dr. L?
Thanks for the response, I certainly appreciate the added color above. I followed up with a rep from Imago. The results are horrifying, but not surprising. The compound was “Dr. Loria’s patented silicone blend.” It would seem the appropriate action is to run, rather than walk away.
AndyFeed wrote: I don't have any personal experience with Imago Medical Spa or Dr. Chris Berrett, but I have heard that Dr. Loria can be a red flag.
I suggest you keep researching and reading reviews, check their certifications, and also consult with other professionals in the field.
As for my experience, I have heard great things about woodland hills medical spa
. They have a great reputation and could be a good source of inspiration and advice for you. Good luck with your research and make sure you consult with a professional before making any decisions.