Plastic Surgery on the Rise for Hispanics in Beverly Hills
August 20, 2011 (PRLEAP.COM) Lifestyle NewsLast year, Hispanics led minority racial and ethnic groups undergoing cosmetic procedures (9.5% of all procedures performed, up from 6% in 2000), according to the American Society for Aesthetic Plastic Surgery.
More Hispanic women are seeking plastic surgery, according to Beverly Hills plastic surgeon Dr. Lloyd Krieger, Medical Director of Rodeo Drive Plastic Surgery. Dr. Krieger, who has been featured in Fortune, The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, Access Hollywood, and other media, states that over 30% of his patients are Hispanic men and women.
Dr. Krieger notes that different patient groups have different surgical and cosmetic needs. Here are some examples:
Set next to Chanel, Hugo Boss and Armani, Rodeo Drive Plastic Surgery is the only plastic surgery center on Rodeo Drive. The on-site surgery center is accredited by AAAHC and Medicare, which represents the highest level of certification available. Rigorous inspections assure that the center maintains the highest level of safety including staff training, layout, maintenance of supplies and equipment, and thorough documentation.
"We designed our center to combine the convenience of storefront shopping with what I call the Four Seasons treatment," Dr. Krieger concludes. "Because plastic surgery is elective, people are looking for a first-class experience, and that's what we offer at our center. And we always put safety first."
Rodeo Drive Plastic Surgery and its medical director Dr. Lloyd Krieger have been featured in the local, national, and international media. Some recent stories have appeared on Access Hollywood, Elle, Star, InTouch Weekly, Life & Style, Maxim, The Los Angeles Times, Los Angeles Magazine, Fortune, The Wall Street Journal, The New York Times, USA Today, The Los Angeles Daily News, The Washington Times, CNBC, KTLA Morning News, Univision, Telemundo, Forbes Turkey, France's Télévision Française 1, Japan's Chocolat Siene magazine, Mexico City's Reforma magazine, Denmark's Q magazine, Sweden's Afton Bladet newspaper, New Zealand's Flipside magazine, and England's Daily Mail and Sunday Express newspapers and Grazia magazine.
For more information contact Dr Lloyd Krieger at http://www.rodeodriveplasticsurgery.com or http://drlloydkrieger.com/