Welcome to my practice. Please forgive me addressing you directly; but unlike Julius Caesar and some of my colleagues, I prefer the moderating effect of this form of speech not only on my ego but also on your credulity. If I blush when describing my achievements, you will surely sense it and I shall not be able to blame some unnamed spokesperson for my own excesses. At any rate, please let me introduce you to the plastic surgery I do, my philosophy and some of my outcomes.
My office practice is based in Manhattan Beach, California, but I operate in several locations on the west side of Los Angeles including Westwood, Beverly Hills, Torrance and Long Beach.
If you are considering Plastic Surgery there are a number of considerations that are vital in order to make it a comfortable and rewarding experience. I believe it crucial that you be treated with the utmost respect and confidentiality by medical, nursing and office staff at all times. It is up to us to give you all the information you need to decide if Plastic Surgery is right for you. I shall outline in detail the options available; the risks and benefits of each, and give you my opinion; but the decision to go ahead remains entirely in your hands. You are the boss!
Your preparation for surgery will be detailed, with particular attention given to your general health, pre-existing medical conditions and previous operative procedures. The surgery will be carried out safely with all the skill, knowledge and competence afforded by 30 years experience and full-time teaching position at the David Geffen School of Medicine at UCLA (Full Professor). Finally, your postoperative care will be broadly structured and comprehensively monitored to ensure that you get the most desirable result and continue to look and feel your best. My aim is to provide a long-term service, looking after your changing Plastic Surgery needs through the different phases of your life.
A practical, full-color procedural guide that focuses on microsurgery of the upper and lower limbs, nerves and brachial plexus, head and neck, and breast and trunk.