|By PR Newswire||
|December 28, 2012 02:44 PM EST||
LOS ANGELES, Dec. 28, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- They say you can't change the past… or can you? In terms of revision plastic surgery offered by Dr. Shervin Aminpour of Hills Aesthetics, you most certainly can rewrite history. For years, the plastic surgeon Los Angeles and the San Fernando Valley turns to has performed revision and reconstructive surgeries through his clinic, based in West Hills, California. Additionally, Dr. Aminpour exercises his expertise and his philanthropic side by rendering much-needed reconstructive surgeries for people in other parts of the world. As it pertains to Southern Californian residents, the expert surgeon consistently reverses the less-than-desirable outcomes of surgeries conducted by incompetent doctors, in addition to working with clients who are receiving a facial surgery for the first time. Revision necklift, facelift, blepharoplasty (eyelid surgery), or rhinoplasty Los Angeles residents seek are successful performed with Dr. Aminpour's knowledge, experience, and artistic touch. This is reflected in the blepharoplasty and rhinoplasty before and after pictures in his web gallery, as well as the other pictures and testimonials posted on the Hills Aesthetics website.
As previously stated, Dr. Aminpour frequently travels throughout the world, performing lip augmentations, blepharoplasty, and other surgeries to correct congenital deformities. He is accustomed to working with patients of various ethnicities and is experienced in restructuring features that are specific to certain people groups. For instance, one of the surgeon's many specialties is Asian blepharoplasty. Many people of Asian descent choose to have the blepharoplasty, also known as double eyelid surgery, because they wish for a more youthful, open-looking appearance to the eyes. Others look to Dr. Aminpour to reverse the botched jobs performed by other physicians. The surgeon must be familiar with the facets of the Asian eyelid to achieve desired results. Dr. Aminpour is also very experienced in performing Asian rhinoplasty for those wanting to restructure the nose. Part of the surgeon's objective is to restructure the eyelids or nose in light of the other facial features. In this way, he delivers a completely harmonious visage for each patient, whether he or she is Asian, Caucasian, Middle-Eastern, or of another background.
Dr. Aminpour's diverse clientele attests to the surgeon's versatility and prowess in their online testimonials. Patient Patti Guerrero raves over the positive outcomes of her eye tuck and revision neck lift. "Dr. Aminpour performed an upper eye tuck and a neck lift to repair an unraveled previous neck lift. At the same time, he nicely cleaned up a disfiguring surgical scar on my neck." Patti also relates that prior to meeting with Dr. Aminpour, many doctors discouraged the repairs. "Other surgeons said there was little that could be done to improve my existing neck and jaw line, however, Dr. Aminpour proved them wrong." The leading surgeon would not proceed with surgery if he had any doubts. As this is the case, new patients can maintain a peaceful state of mind as they trust their physical form to the leading surgeon.
It would greatly behoove the person seeking a reconstructive or revision cosmetic surgery to contact Hills Aesthetics. Dr. Aminpour aims to inspire and relieve his patients during the entire surgical process. He has transformed the appearance of many patients. It might be the right time for you to acquire the changes that you deserve.
To learn more about Hills Aesthetics, visit www.hillsaesthetics.com, or call 818-646-6969 to schedule a complimentary consultation.
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