April 5, 2006

Minimally-Invasive Chin Rejuvenation Procedure Helps Patients Look Slimmer and Younger


Rodeo Drive Plastic Surgery in Beverly Hills is offering a transformational minimally-invasive procedure known as The Rodeo Drive Chin Rejuvenation, for patients who are tired of seeing that double chin staring at them in the mirror; no matter how much they exercise or how much weight they lose.

“It’s not a big procedure, but it can make a big change in a person’s appearance,” explains Dr. Lloyd Krieger, the Medical Director of Rodeo Drive Plastic Surgery Center. In the past, patients would need a facelift to deal with this problem but now the Rodeo Drive Plastic Surgery Center offers this unique chin lipo procedure that is effective, minimally-invasive, has little downtime and successfully addresses the problem of the annoying “chicken neck”.

According to Beverly Hills plastic surgeon Dr. Krieger, who has been featured in Fortune, The New York Times, Access Hollywood and other media outlets, this unique chin and neck liposuction procedure can dramatically improve a person’s appearance with minimal downtime and less risk of scarring. The Chin Liposuction procedure, compared with the routine facelift, is more affordable (approximately $4,000.00), easier to recover from and can have remarkable benefits for the ideal candidate. Although the Chin Liposuction is ideal for both men and women, Dr. Krieger says men, who often fight an uphill battle with their double chin look, can particularly benefit from this procedure.

The Rodeo Drive Experience: Rodeo Drive Plastic Surgery is the first and only plastic surgery center on Beverly Hills’ ultimate address, Rodeo Drive. With its boutique offices and the surgery center situated in a location that is known as the capitol of fashion, style, and opulence. Rodeo Drive Plastic Surgery is Beverly Hills’ most elegant of medical facilities, featuring state-of-the-art exam rooms, marble counter tops, bamboo floors, and leather chairs. Dr. Krieger has established a unique professional network to offer his patients a lifestyle design, which may include a new wardrobe at nearby Rodeo Drive shops, a new hairstyle, spa treatments, and a new fitness regime.

Los Angeles plastic surgeon Dr. Lloyd Krieger, who attended medical school at the University of Chicago and completed his residency at UCLA, maintains operating privileges at the UCLA Medical Center and Cedars-Sinai Medical Center. “Because cosmetic surgery is elective, people are looking for a first-class experience, and that’s what we offer at our center,” Dr. Krieger concludes, “we designed our center to combine the convenience of storefront shopping with what I call the ‘Four Seasons treatment’.”

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