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UPDATE: Sacramento Plastic Surgeon Moves Practice to New Location

Dr. Charles Perry and His Staff at Chrysalis Cosmetics Have Relocated to a More Private, Serene Location off the American River, Offering Patients an Enhanced Pre- and Post-Surgical Experience

SACRAMENTO, CA -- (Marketwired) -- 05/01/14 -- Chrysalis Cosmetics, a plastic surgery practice serving the Sacramento and Stockton communities, has moved to 785 University Avenue Sacramento, CA 95825. The new office, which is situated adjacent to the American River, provides patients with a more private location and increased comfort of care both before and after surgery.

"Our lease was up at our previous location and we were very interested in owning the building we moved to," says Sacramento plastic surgeon Dr. Charles Perry. "The location is convenient, with easy access to major freeways and surface streets in the greater Sacramento metropolitan area. The area is very quiet and peaceful, while being right in the heart of a major professional community."

In addition, the new space is a ground floor location, making it is easier for patients to get in and out, particularly pre- and post-surgery, notes Dr. Perry. "Our patients have given us great feedback," he says. "We updated the interior before we moved in, so it has a fresh and bright appearance. It is easy to access nearby restaurants, banks, and shopping. Many patients have other physicians nearby, so they can be more efficient with their appointments."

In a recent blog post titled, "Welcome To Our New Office!," the Sacramento plastic surgeon also says one of the most enjoyable surprises of the new location has been the frequent wild turkey sightings, adding that with the American River Bike Trail nearby, the turkeys and less busy streets are a part of what give this new location a welcoming yet calming feel. "We love the location, the proximity to the American River, and the privacy and accessibility for our patients," says Dr. Perry.

Since his practice opened in 2006, Dr. Perry has provided patients in the Sacramento area with a comprehensive range of surgical and nonsurgical cosmetic procedures spanning from body contouring and breast surgery, to facial rejuvenation and skin care. He says a modern facility, highly-trained professional staff, and a commitment to excellence in patient care are key aspects to producing effective, beautiful, and natural-looking results. With a newly updated and more private office, Dr. Perry says he is very pleased to be able to better accommodate his patients while providing the same high standards of care.

About Charles Perry, M.D., F.A.C.S.
Dr. Perry graduated from the University of Puget Sound and earned his medical degree from the University of Washington with academic honors. Upon completing his internship and residency in general surgery, he attended the University of Massachusetts for his residency in plastic surgery. In addition to being certified by the American Board of Plastic Surgery, Dr. Perry is a Diplomate of the American Board of Surgery, a member of the American Society of Plastic Surgery, and a member of the California Medical Association. Dr. Perry also believes in the importance of community involvement and has served a volunteer for the Plastic Surgery Educational Foundation since 2004. Dr. Perry is available for interview upon request.

For more information about Dr. Perry and Chrysalis Cosmetics, visit sacramentoplastics.com and facebook.com/ChrysalisCosmetics.

To view the original version of this press release, click here: http://www.sacramentoplastics.com/news-room/sacramento-plastic-surgeon-moves-practice-to-new-location/.

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