Dr. Panossian's practice...

Based in Beverly Hills, Dr. Andre Panossian provides plastic surgery services for an international clientele and the greater Los Angeles area. Dr. Panossian's love of art and complex problem-solving define his work in the field of aesthetic and reconstructive surgery. Combined with an unwavering attention to detail, he delivers results that are truly life-changing. Dr. Panossian is dedicated to delivering on the expectations of his patients through creativity and finesse, as well as an extensive evaluation process. He treats his patients, young and old, as members of his own family.

Read more about Dr. Panossian's philosophy, credentials and volunteerism by clicking the links above. For the latest in his practice and projects, read Dr. Panossian's blog. Dr. Panossian is also an expert plastic surgeon on RealSelf.com.

Meet Dr. Panossian

Dr. Andre Panossian has been in practice for over 10 years in the greater Los Angeles area. Although he has subspecialized expertise in craniofacial and pediatric plastic surgery, he treats adults as well with complex reconstructive and aesthetic problems. He has great interest in facial paralysis reconstruction and vascular anomalies, including hemangiomas, AVMs, vascular tumors and vascular malformations. Dr. Panossian actively participates in research within these fields and has served on the faculty at Keck School of Medicine at the University of Southern California (USC). He also performs all aspects of aesthetic surgery on the face, body and breasts.


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