After graduating from Cornell University, Dr. Brian Evans established a practice in California in the hopes of evolving cosmetic surgery results from the "operated" look of the past to more dramatic yet natural transformations. He bolsters youthful looks with cosmetic surgeries such as implants, tummy tucks, and rhinoplasty, and he has appeared as a cast physician on the E! Network's Dr. 90210. He and his team can beautify clients with nonsurgical procedures such as laser hair removal and laser skin rejuvenation, and they also treat patients with dermatological ailments such as acne, abnormal pigmentation, or having the same fingerprints as Al Capone.
As the year 1984 was dated on checks across the world, Gary S. Takowsky, MD began his career in plastic surgery in private practices in Beverly Hills. Board certified in head and neck surgery, he focuses on treating clients above the shoulder line, making him very popular with celebrity bobble-head dolls. The doctor is dedicated to fully educating his patients about their potential procedures, offering complimentary consultations to ensure clients feel confident in making informed decisions about their treatment options. Patients can further feel at ease with the care he provides, knowing that each treatment plan is drafted based on experience from numerous postgraduation education courses and procedures that he has conducted many times or even created himself.
The Leif Rogers, MD, FACS Plastic Surgery practice is built on the philosophy of providing the best in plastic and reconstructive services and cutting edge products while preserving strong relationships with our patients through compassion, sensitivity and trust.
Latisse is a medication applied directly to the eyelashes; it works gradually to darken and lengthen the lashes, rather than brighten and shrink your head. When you stop using Latisse, your eyelashes return to their original appearance. Tangible results require multiple treatments and may appear as early as 8 weeks, though it may take up to 16 weeks for maximum effect.
A boutique plastic-surgery practice led by Dr. Jimmy S. Firouz, Firouz Institute undoes signs of aging using safe, medical-grade Botox treatments. After a consultation to discuss the patient's medical history and Botox-related concerns, Dr. Firouz gently injects the desired area with a protein-based substance that helps to soften lines by blocking nerve impulses that cause underlying muscles to contract. Clients can choose to erase crevices forming along the forehead, iron out lines lingering between the brows, or sweep away crow's-feet stubbornly perched on the eyes' ledges. The nonsurgical treatment yields results that can last for three to six months and requires no downtime, sending patients home with postprocedure guidelines and an appearance as youthful as a teddy bear reading Tiger Beat.
An expert reviewer for the Medical Board of California, SoCal native Dr. Rady Rahban has distinguished himself as a rising star in the field of human clock rewinding, enjoying the limelight on the Style Network and TLC's How I Lost 100 Pounds. Besides plastic surgery, this philanthropic face-fixer specializes in nonsurgical procedures, filling facial fault lines to prevent countenance drift in his tasteful, homey office. Botox treatments may smooth seniority-striped skin from the headier altitudes. Twenty units of Botox are roughly enough to diminish crow's-feet, brow-bridging frown lines, or forehead furrows. Facial fillers such as Restylane and Juvéderm use hyaluronic acid, a biological substance found in all species, which can be effective against the creases that crop up between nose and mouth. Like a popsicle's Caribbean honeymoon, all three treatments are temporary and require fresh infusions roughly every three to six months, with minimal recovery time.