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How to Thrive in the Beverly Hills Plastic Surgery Scene

Committed to technical expertise and aesthetic creativity, Dr. J remains a noted player in one of the world's most competitive plastic surgery scenes

LOS ANGELES, July 31, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Whether patients are interested in obtaining breast augmentation, a facial rejuvenation procedure, or a complete mommy makeover in Beverly Hills, the famed city of wealth and glamor offers patients a seemingly endless array of plastic surgeons from which to choose. Even with the enormous competition, however, Payam Jarrah-Nejad M.D., F.I.C.S., F.A.C.S., aka Dr. J, has remained among the most popular and well liked surgeons in the Greater Los Angeles area, with patient testimonials to prove it.

  • "My experience was incredible from the very beginning…" writes one patient."…My breast lift results are amazing. My breasts look so natural and the healing was fast." 
  • "Because of Dr. J's many years of experience, my recovery was a breeze," wrote another patient. "I've never felt more beautiful thanks to Dr. J!"
  • "I thought it would be impossible to make me look like the girls in the Before & After photos [on Dr. J's web site], but I am happy to say (with tears in my eyes) that I look the same or better and hope to actually inspire other women by being one of the Before & After success photos."

Dr. J believes that earning this kind of praise requires a multifaceted approach, both in the type of operation performed and the skills employed during each procedure. For the noted double board certified surgeons, it all boils down to two elements…

Versatility and Artistry

Breast augmentation remains the most commonly performed plastic surgery nationwide, but being a top Los Angeles area plastic surgeon requires expertise in the full range of procedures, including some that are a great deal less well known. Since gynecomastia in Beverly Hills is as much an issue for men as it is elsewhere in the world, male breast reduction operations are one of a large list of procedures the doctor performs on a regular basis. Moreover, chin implants in Beverly Hills might be less common and well known than breast implants, but the results can make a huge difference to a patient's appearance and level of self-confidence.

From tummy tucks and Brazilian buttock augmentations to facelifts and rhinoplasty (nose jobs), Dr. J has kept busy treating patients from all walks of life. He has also worked around the world, performing pro bono procedures on needy people in Latin America and elsewhere, treating children and adults for everything from cleft palates to severe burn scars and facial dog bites.

Through it all, the doctor emphasizes that his work has two crucial components. First, there is the element of technical mastery of surgical techniques and keeping up with the latest medical advances. The second is the less quantifiable element of artistry.

Dr. J always seeks to ensure that the work he does not only improves the appearance of the particular area he's working on, but also the patient's overall appearance. It's his emphasis on the crucial X-factor of aesthetics that many patients and medical observers point to as the most important element in the doctor's highly successful practice.  

To learn more about a procedure with Dr. Payam Jarrah-Nejad, please visit www.DrJPlasticSurgery.com.  To inquire about a free consultation, call his Beverly Hills office today at 310-993-3800.

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