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Dr. Aminpour Changes Lives With Expert Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery

The face is the physical feature most related to personality and self-image, making the reconstructive and cosmetic procedures completed at Hills Aesthetics particularly valuable.

LOS ANGELES, June 24, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- In recent years, cosmetic surgery has grown significantly in popularity and acceptance among the general public. While this shift poses a great benefit to those who are interested in bringing aesthetic beauty into their lives, it is particularly good news for the facial and reconstructive patients of Shervin Aminpour, M.D., the chief surgeon at Hills Aesthetics. For years, Dr. Aminpour has garnered a reputation as the surgeon for facelift, neck lift, rhinoplasty, and blepharoplasty Los Angeles trusts for incredibly precise, beautiful results. A look at the rhinoplasty before and after photos from the surgeon makes clear his unparalleled craft in performing state-of-the-art facial procedures. At the same time, Dr. Aminpour illustrates a commitment to efficiency and world-class care that ensures every procedure is as simple as possible, reducing rhinoplasty cost, blepharoplasty cost and the cost of every procedure he performs.

More than any other feature of the body, the face is considered a vital component of an individual's personality and self-image. That's why, when an individual suffers from facial trauma, deformity, or a lack of contentment with their own facial structure and features, the psychological effect can be particularly damaging.

A report in the Glasgow Insight into Science and Technology (The Gist) states that individuals who have suffered facial trauma also report higher rates of somatoform characteristics – a mental disorder characterized by symptoms that suggest physical illness or injury that cannot be explained by a general medical condition. Furthermore, substance abuse, post-traumatic stress disorder symptoms, body image issues, increased stigmatization and a lower quality and satisfaction of life with life are common among those who have suffered facial trauma. That's why the facial cosmetic and reconstructive talents of Dr. Aminpour at Hills Aesthetics are particularly valuable to those who are dissatisfied with the appearance of their facial features.

Dr. Aminpour is board certified in otolaryngology/ENT surgery. Throughout his career, the expert surgeon has become renowned for his work with congenitally deformed children, head and neck patients, facial trauma patients and those seeking elective cosmetic surgery. Due largely to this experience, Dr. Aminpour is today one of the world's foremost reconstructive cosmetic surgeons. In fact, he is a member of numerous national and regional medical societies, including the American Academy of Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery and the American Academy of Cleft Lip and Palate Surgeons. Dr. Aminpour's work with some of the more extreme cases of facial reconstruction surgery ensure he is equipped with the skills necessary to ensure every aesthetic surgery is performed with the meticulous precision of a truly masterful surgeon.

If you're ready to embrace your own facial beauty through the facial plastic and reconstructive work of Dr. Aminpour, contact the friendly staff at Hills Aesthetics either online at www.hillsaesthetics.com or at 310-853-5814 to schedule a complimentary consultation. Dr. Aminpour has worked to build a staff of medical professionals who share his passion for providing patients with aesthetic plastic surgery, and ear, nose and throat surgery, so contact Hills Aesthetics today.

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