I had a tumor in my salivary glad that Dehan was supposed to remove. Dehan's bedside manner is horrific, but I can deal with that, as long as a doctor is competent. He is not. He went to remove my tumor, and before even touching the tumor (probably when he made the initial incision), he severed the trunk of the facial nerves going to the right side of my face. He couldn't find the nerve, and after hours of trying, he had to call in another member of his practice to find the nerve, graft a nerve from my ear across the cut, and remove the tumor. The majority of my face was paralyzed for months. I had to tape my eye shut at night, and had to get a weight implanted in my eyelid so I could blink. After six months, I began to get some movement back, and had to undergo months of painful therapy. Today, over a decade later, I have no movement in my forehead, and dminished movement over the rest of my face on the right side. I have to get botox regularly injected into my right lower eyelid to keep it from twitching.\r
Dehan never even explained what happened to me. He walked into my hospital room the next day and saidl ""well, I guess you heard what happened."" That was it.