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Get Ready for Bikini Weather with the Plastic Surgeon Los Angeles' Beauty Conscious Patients Prefer

David A. Feldmar, M.D. is sculpting better bodies with the help of the latest innovations in cosmetic medicine

LOS ANGELES, April 25, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Many of his patients will tell you that David A. Feldmar, M.D., is the plastic surgeon Los Angeles beachgoers turn to when they want to make the absolute best impression on Southern California shores. Luckily, the hottest beach weather very likely won't really be hitting SoCal until sometime after the middle of July; that means that you still have time to investigate such procedures as Dr. Feldmar's "Brazilian" fat transfer to buttocks technique for a beautifully full and voluptuous backside. If, on the other hand, you are intrigued by the idea of an alternative to liposuction, then consider Coolsculpting, Beverly Hills' favorite means of destroying fat cells nonsurgically. Whatever you might have in mind, Dr. Feldmar is here for all of your beach body needs.

From the latest techniques for gorgeous, natural looking breast augmentation – as well as breast reduction and lifting procedures – to tummy tucks and complete mommy makeovers to correct some of the less flattering results of childbirth, Dr. Feldmar is at the leading edge of the latest techniques for sculpting the human body. Patients often are delighted to find that they not only look better in the latest swimsuits after a procedure, but also that dresses, skirts, and suits now flatter them in ways they had not expected.

"You only get one chance to make a first impression," goes the old saying, and Dr. Feldmar is fully aware that his patients are depending on him to help them make that impression. A widely respected double board certified plastic surgeon, Dr. Feldmar's youthful appearance belies a truly impressive body of medical knowledge and experience. Among many other achievements, he has taught residents in general and plastic/reconstructive surgery at Cedars-Sinai, arguably Los Angeles's most famous and prestigious hospital.

While surgical skill and medical knowledge are hugely important for any cosmetic practitioner, aesthetic skill is, very obviously, another crucial attribute. Dr. Feldmar is known for his ability to create truly attractive, natural looking results because of a sculptural ability to simulate naturally occurring forms at their most attractive. He produces results that flatter not only the particular area of the body being worked on, but also the patient's overall appearance.

Just as any craftsman is only as good as his tools, Dr. Feldmar enjoys employing the full range of modern techniques to product outstanding results for his patients. His practice offers not only Coolsculpting but also VASER Liposuction, a minimally invasive approach that uses sound waves to break apart fat deposits while leaving other tissue alone. He is also a leader in the use of dermal fillers for those who like their face to be as youthful as their beach body.

Whatever you may be looking for in terms of a cosmetic procedure, Dr. Feldmar can help. Please call 310-955-4009 or visit Dr. Feldmar's web page at www.feldmarmd.com.

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