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, is being sued by a former patient who has some serious complaints about a surgery allegedly gone bad.

Eric Klein is complaining that after a nose job to correct breathing problems, he can no longer close his eyes.

The girls both had unsuccessful surgery back in high school, and now wanted the same doctor to do both noses on the same day. “To summarize, you’re both Type A psychos who want high-risk surgery done on the center of your face,” Dr. “After my first surgery I instantly knew after I got my cast off that I did not like my nose.

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generally, ex anythings are okay, except in business (where revolving door rules, and appearance of corruption and bribery come into play). However, American Medical Assocation (AMA) has fairly strict guideline for such issues.

On the other hand, I know that LOTS of doctors use flirting, especially outrageous flirting, as a way to set their patients at ease during consults. Even if you became an ex-patient, it would still be not kosher for your doctor to pursue you.

Therefore I would put NO stock at all in your perception of interest from him based on banter. You do realize if a Doctor dates a patient, he could lose his medical license.. Is this your family doctor or a doctor of Psychiatry because I think you are being a bit delusional and this is just your Dr.'s "bedside manner". Below is the rationale from AMA: "Relationships between patients and physicians may also include considerable trust, intimacy, or emotional dependence.

(time period depends on the State Medical Board)Change physicians and see what happens-It is NOT ethical for a Doctor to date a patient, ever. If you want to find out for sure if you have a shot then change Dr.'s then send him a letter professing your attraction to him. If he is flirting with you ..many other women do you think he's flirting with? I guess if you're that interested in him, Why don't you ask him if he is interested in dating. The length of the former relationship, the extent to which the patient has confided personal or private information to the physician, the nature of the patient's medical problem, and the degree of emotional dependence that the patient has on the physician, all may contribute to the intimacy of the relationship.

leave his practice as a patient and get a new doctor and then date the doctor you had met when you WERE a patient of his.

Or is that not a blanket statement and up to the individual doctor to decide what he/she feels is an ethics violation? available), flirts with me (outrageously at times), but it has never progressed beyond that and I'm frustrated b/c I'm really interested in him.

If we met through friends or in a bar I know that would be completely different. Sanctions can include fairly substantial fines and hours of ethics education and possibly be even more severe. if he's a really good doctor Best to keep your mouth shut.

But if he "can't" due to some doctor-code thing then I guess I'd rather know that, too, and give up. I've never even HEARD of an "ethical" rule about an ex-patient dating a doctor. And just admire him from a far.*sigh*I am sorry OP for your dilemma.

We have a lot in common and I enjoy talking to him (especially when I can draw him out of doctor mode and we chat about things to do with him, not me).

This has been going on for a couple years now but I'm getting a little fed up.

Paul Nassif and Terry Dubrow questioned the decision for Candace to have such extensive surgery at an early age. But the sisters did not seem offended by the characterization by Dubrow.

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