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Rhinoplasty: Not a One-Size-Fits-All Procedure

Posted on November 8, 2017 by

Although rhinoplasty is one of the most popular plastic surgery procedures performed today, its complexity should not be underestimated. Above all else, potential patients (and rhinoplasty surgeons) should understand that there is no “cookie cutter” or “one-size-fits-all” solution for rhinoplasty, as each patient and nose is unique.

Dr. Ashkan Ghavami is a respected plastic surgeon in Beverly Hills who is sought out by men and women from all over the country (and beyond) who desire a natural-looking and beautiful nose. In this blog post, Dr. Ghavami discusses how he customizes each procedure to ensure successful results.

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Reasons Why Women Love Flash Recovery Breast Augmentation®

Posted on October 8, 2017 by

Dr. Ashkan Ghavami’s innovative Flash Recovery Breast Augmentation® procedure has garnered the interest of hundreds of women — from celebrities to soccer moms. The procedure uses an advanced surgical approach that is less invasive than traditional breast augmentation surgery, resulting in several benefits. Find out why Dr. Ghavami’s patients love the Flash Recovery Breast Augmentation® at his cosmetic surgery practice in Beverly Hills.

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When Is Rhinoplasty Medically Necessary?

Posted on September 8, 2017 by

Rhinoplasty is one the most popular plastic surgery procedures used to enhance the facial appearance. However, the procedure, which reshapes and resizes the nose, can also be performed for medical reasons. Beverly Hills plastic surgeon Dr. Ashkan Ghavami is one of the nation’s leading rhinoplasty specialists. In this blog post, he explains when rhinoplasty is medically necessary.

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Iggy Azalea Gives Birthday Shout Out to Dr. Ghavami – and Thanks Him for “Fabulous Nose and Breasts”

Posted on December 5, 2016 by

Throughout his extensive career, Beverly Hills plastic surgeon Dr. Ashkan Ghavami has taken pride in providing stunning, natural-looking results and treating each patient with the most attentive and individualized care possible. As a result, Dr. Ghavami has earned acclaim from his patients and fellow surgeons alike. One very happy patient is rapper Iggy Azalea, who has publicly thanked Dr. Ghavami for her “perky breasts.”

Posted in Celebrity Plastic Surgery, Flash Recovery Breast Augmentation, Rhinoplasty

Iggy Azalea Credits Dr. Ghavami’s Flash Recovery® Breast Augmentation for “Fabulously Perky Breasts”

Posted on July 27, 2016 by

Rapper Iggy Azalea has always been open about her breast implants and how much she likes them. “I love them so much I had to talk about them!” Azalea told E! in March 2015. The rapper, famous for hit songs like “Fancy” and “Pretty Girls,” says she now feels more confident about her figure and feels that her proportions are more balanced.

Posted in Celebrity Plastic Surgery, Uncategorized

What Makes a Celebrity Plastic Surgeon?

Posted on March 31, 2016 by

It’s no secret Beverly Hills is home to luxurious homes, high-end boutiques and countless celebrities. The famous community is also home to countless plastic surgeons, many of whom market themselves as “celebrity” plastic surgeons. Unfortunately, this claim is, more often than not, inaccurate. In this blog post, world-renowned plastic surgeon Dr. Ashkan Ghavami discusses several traits of celebrity plastic surgeons.

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Extreme Privacy Is a Necessity for High-Profile Patients

Posted on October 23, 2015 by

In his career, world-renowned plastic surgeon Dr. Ashkan Ghavami has been called upon to perform many plastic surgery procedures on high-profile patients, including TV and movie stars and foreign dignitaries. Though Dr. Ghavami applies the same careful and precise surgical methods to each of his patients, it can be argued that these high-profile patients require a bit more in terms of discretion when they are trusting Dr. Ghavami with their care.  As a result of their public profile, this improves their safety and security so that their care is not distracted from. That is why Dr. Ghavami has put in place the following privacy features for these patients, who often wish to come and go from his practice with ease and without fanfare.

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Dr. Ghavami’s Flash Recovery® Breast Augmentation Surgery Cuts Recovery Time Down to Hours; Appeals to Celebrities, CEOs, Foreign Leaders

Posted on October 12, 2015 by

The benefits of Dr. Ghavami’s innovative Flash Recovery® Breast Augmentation procedure are undeniable. Not only is the surgery typically performed in less than 30 minutes using less invasive surgical techniques, but the recovery period involves minimal discomfort — and the recovery time is shortened from days to just hours!

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An Effective and Simple Approach to More Aesthetic and Predictable Lower Eyelid Surgery

Posted on December 27, 2013 by

Plastic Surgeons in the field of blepharoplasty (plastic surgery on the eyes) are always looking for innovative ways to provide safer and more aesthetically pleasing results for their patients. In the past, some traditional methods have left patients with a hollowed out appearance that gives their eyes a prematurely aged look and distorts their facial features. Dr. Ashkan Ghavami, also known for quick recovery breast augmentation, buttock shaping with fat transfer, and rhinoplasty in Beverly Hills, has conducted research in the area of periorbital (eye region) rejuvenation while receiving prestigious society awards for these advances. At his sought after Beverly Hills plastic surgery clinic, he offers a comprehensive five-step procedure for improved lower eyelid surgery that addresses all aspects of eyelid aging.  This technique was recently published with colleagues in the PRS journal and developed by the lead author of the study, Dr. Rod J Rohrich.

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