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Double-Board Certified Plastic Surgeon Dr. Babak Dadvand is one of the most experienced & sought after Gynecomastia Surgeons in Los Angeles; he has performed cosmetic procedures for some of Hollywood’s biggest celebrities and has been given the name of “a miracle worker” by BBC. He has an incredible gift that makes his patients feel completely comfortable.
Beauty in the Bag spoke with Dr. Dadvand about his passion for aesthetic plastic surgery and what procedures are the most popular with the RHOBH.
1. What is your signature procedure?
I specialize in several different procedures, for both women and men. But, for women, I specialize in the “natural
Just ask any little girl, and they will tell you what they really, really want to be when they grow up. The answer? A princess, of course! For many, dressing up as one for Halloween or other occasions just never feels like enough, and it may not be. (Disney alone has 10 princesses to choose from!)
And little girls may never fully grow out of this phase. The fantasy may just morph a bit. Instead of becoming a princess, many women are happy to simply look like one—especially if she looks like the Duchess of Cambridge Catherine Elizabeth “Kate” Middleton, the pregnant wife of Prince William, Duke of Cambridge (son of Prince Charles and the late Princess Diana). As many a royal watcher
Most people today start the process online. The Internet is a primary source for all things medical. However, it’s also loaded with a wealth of information and misinformation, often contradictory and not usually policed by any official source. There is a plethora of commercial web sites that offer referrals to doctors and financing programs, deals, coupons, and all sorts of gimmicks to lure you in. Individual doctors’ websites are a good place to learn about their training and hospital affiliations, and get a sense of whether you feel comfortable with the doctor. After all, this is a human relationship. You don’t have to fall in love with your surgeon (although some women develop a l
Summer is over (sigh) and school is back in session. Whether you’re finishing high school or starting college – it’s going to be stressful to the max. That means fighting oil slick, breakouts, redness, and sensitivities when you want to look your best for that all important first impression.
“The first thing to remember is breakouts come and go, they’re not the end of the world,” says Alexis Vogel, makeup artist to the stars. “There are plenty of great products on the market to help keep your skin stay soft and supple so you can have the best time of your life”