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Category Archives: Q&A

How to Become a Plastic Surgeon

Published on March 8, 2016 by
Plastic Surgeon

I get many DMs and emails asking me how to become a plastic surgeon. Although there are many ways to get there, here are the basic steps. First, you must complete four years of college. You can major in anything, but there are certain Pre-med classes you have to take (Biology, Physics, Organic Chemistry, etc.), and getting a high MCAT

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Q&A with Dr. Cat: How Much Water Should We Drink a Day? Are There Any Other Drinks that Play the Same Role as Water?

Published on August 14, 2014 by

When patients consider undergoing plastic surgery, they must realize that good general health and nutrition are integral components of the recovery process. Body contouring Beverly Hills procedures, such as abdominoplasty, liposuction, breast augmentation and breast lift are premiere surgical techniques we perform and many of which can be done simultaneously. As a result of these, a smoother and fine-tuned silhouette

Q&A with Dr. Cat: Can I Exercise When I Have the Flu or When I’m Sick?

Published on August 8, 2014 by

As a plastic surgeon who works constantly to help achieve the best for my patients I get asked a wide range of questions. Whether it is based on my plastic surgery Beverly Hills practice or the best solutions to cure a migraine, we hear it all. Though there are some questions that stand out more than the rest. Body contouring

Common liposuction questions – from my patients

Published on April 14, 2011 by

With summer coming up – I’ve been performing A LOT of liposuction procedures the last few months! I’ve had the same few questions come up multiple times from my patients. Here is a quick Q & A of the most common questions. Q. If I gain weight after liposuction will I need it again? A. Your body genetically has a

Gynecomastia 411

Published on October 4, 2010 by

Gynecomastia, enlarged breast tissue in males, can be very emotionally devastating. My patients tell me they feel embarrassed by their “man boobs” and have to wear oversized clothing. They wear t-shirts in the pool and at the beach. Overall their enlarged breast tissue makes them extremely self-conscious. 1. Who does it affect? Gyencomastia is most frequently seen in teenage boys

Breast Augmentation 101

Published on July 18, 2010 by

I’ve recently had several girlfriends of mine come in for a breast augmentation consultation. Even in this day and age where information about anything can be found on the internet, it is often still confusing for patients. I remember when I got my breast implants, I felt a little overwhelmed by all the information that was out there. Therefore, I