Dr. Andre Panossian


drpanossian1Based in Beverly Hills, Dr. Andre Panossian is a Board-Certified Plastic Surgeon serving an international clientele as well as the greater Los Angeles area. He is a diplomate of the American Board of Plastic Surgery, and belongs to a unique group of plastic surgeons with expertise in highly complex aesthetic and reconstructive problems. His services are often sought for correction of residual deformities from prior cosmetic surgery as well as by new patients seeking to improve upon their image.

Dr. Panossian practices a wide range of plastic surgery with special interest in facelift, primary and revision rhinoplasty, body contouring, tummy tucks, mommy makeovers and breast augmentation. He is available for consultation locally or by Skype for his out-of-town patients.


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