Reza Sadrian, MD delivered a multi-media presentation followed by an interactive question and answer segment on the commonly referred to "Mommy Makeover" procedure to a gathering of event participants
Reza Sadrian, MD delivered a multi-media presentation followed by an interactive question and answer segment on the commonly referred to "Mommy Makeover" procedure to a gathering of event participants on October 19, 2012. Dr. Sadrian described plastic surgery remedies to post baby delivery esthetic concerns at the Ximed Medical building facilities located on the campus of Scripps Memorial Hospital in La Jolla. The presentation was the second in a series of educational lectures hosted by Dr. Sadrian.
According to Dr. Sadrian, "Women who have concerns about the changes their bodies go through after their childbearing experience are often inundated with many alternatives to correct the natural modification in their post-baby figures, but may be confused by the procedures available or recovery times associated with them. Solutions to these issues are often overwhelming and options varied. In this presentation we reviewed an assortment of alternatives with transformational before and after photos. The plastic surgery procedures that we recommend include tummy tucks, breast lifts/augmentations and liposuction, which can be conducted independently or in combination to restore pre-baby physiques and in the confidential setting of our private surgical suites located within our practice office."
Dr. Sadrian is among a select group of surgeons who have attained the distinct honor of being one of only a few plastic surgeons in the country dually certified in plastic and reconstructive surgery as well as oral and maxillofacial surgery. He completed his medical degree at Eastern Virginia and his doctorate of dental surgery at University of Washington, Seattle. He finished his training in Oral and Maxillofacial surgery at John Hopkins and University of Maryland including the Maryland Shock trauma in Baltimore. Following his general surgery training in Seattle, he went on to complete his plastic surgery training at Baylor College of Medicine located within the Texas Medical Center in Houston, the largest medical center worldwide. Dr. Sadrian is trained in all aspects of facial and body plastic surgery procedures as well as microsurgery (for both cancer and trauma reconstruction), peripheral nerve surgery, hand surgery, craniofacial surgery and pediatric plastic surgery.
Smoot, Sadrian and Hollan have been in practice for over 20 years. The surgical center for the practice has three fully accredited surgical suites, a recovery unit and a qualified nursing and support staff of 22 members as well as a Laser and Skin Care Clinic, utilizing the state-of the-art Sciton XC laser. The facility is located in the Ximed building on the campus of Scripps Memorial Hospital La Jolla. Visit www.sandiegoplasticsurgeryclinic.com or call (858) 587-9850. Dr. Sadrian's website is www.sadriancosmeticsurgery.com.