Dr. Farhad Ardesh believes that the art of facial plastic surgery lies not only in technical prowess but in the ability to fully understand the goals and motivations of the patient.
Dr. Ardesh attended several acclaimed institutions:
- The University of North Carolina
- University of Minnesota
- University of Washington
He brings a fresh aesthetic to Los Angeles. He believes in creating youthful, attractive, normally functioning outcome, and above all – very natural-looking results. His extraordinary surgical skills have led to his reputation for excellence in revising failed rhinoplasty surgeries. Dr. Ardesh performs strictly facial plastic surgery and has dedicated his professional career to helping people feel and look their best.
Non-surgical treatments: Choose the best.
Dr. Ardesh is a trainer for Allergan, the makers of BOTOX, Juvéderm, and Kybella. He is often called upon as a trainer and speaker to educate other doctors on how to correctly perform injectable treatments. For superior results with injectables, why not choose a surgeon who trains others in his field? Results matter. You deserve to be treated by a medical professional who employs the most meticulous injection techniques.
Dr. Ardeshirpour, Just wanted to thank you and your assistants for all you did for me from the hospital to the office, All the staff as well. Thank you so much.
From the bottom of my heart, I want to thank Dr. Ardeshirpour, for helping my husband. Thank you to all the staff as well.
Thank you for making me feel at ease before surgery and for the great post-operative care! Please enjoy these Corinne’s Waffle Cookies. Thanks again.
How to choose your facial plastic surgeon
As a patient, you want a facial plastic surgeon who has achieved specialty certification in facial plastic and reconstructive procedures. While many medical professionals advertise themselves as “cosmetic surgeons,” only two plastic surgery boards are recognized by the American Medical Association: The American Board of Plastic Surgery (ABPS) and the American Board of Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery (ABFPRS).
To attain board certification from the ABFPRS, the surgeon must first be board certified by the American Board of Plastic Surgery or the American Board of Otolaryngology/Head and Neck Surgery. Verify that your surgeon has completed a facial plastic fellowship and is board-certified by the American Board of Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery. This specialty certification requires many years of education and experience beyond the requirements to achieve a medical degree.
After reviewing a surgeon's board certification, find out which, if any, hospitals have granted admitting/operative privileges. Attaining hospital privileges requires a professional evaluation of the surgeon’s quality of work and consistent performance. If a surgeon does not have hospital privileges, it is a red flag.
Communication and comfort
You should feel that you have established a trusting relationship with your facial plastic surgeon. You want to know you are being heard, not brushed off, or spoken to in medical terms that you do not understand, and that the interchange of ideas has resulted in a full understanding of your personal goals for the surgery.
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