LOS ANGELES, June 28, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- We've all seen rhinoplasty before and after pictures and slideshows and questioned the reality of the results they present. Some less reputable organizations have made big business out of "doctoring," or even out-and-out fabricating the results patients can achieve through their methods. But in the worst of these cases, plastic surgeons would have to eat crow if the results of their shoddy work ever caught up with them. Imagine being a patient whose nose or face were worse after surgery than before. Dr. Shervin Aminpour, facial plastic surgeon in West Hills, and now in Burbank, wants the people of Los Angeles to know that although doctors should be held responsible when they do poor work, there's someone in this city who can make it okay once it's gone wrong.
There's no mistaking a bad nose job. We've all seen them in tabloids and on TV, and we pity the people who must spend every day with those noses. Looking in the mirror can't be an easy feat when the person who looks back is sporting a prominent mistake right in the center of their face.
A recent plastic surgery patient came to Dr. Aminpour in 2011 and thought her life was ruined. As an actress, the importance of her nose could not be overestimated. And it wasn't an exaggeration to say her livelihood depended on how well her appearance could be recovered. Fortunately, Dr. Shervin Aminpour was familiar with the tragic mistakes the previous surgeon had made. Revising the work of another supposed expert gives him no joy, but the reaction of his relieved patients does.
What's more, a large percentage of Dr. Aminpour's referral business comes directly from the patients he's helped with rhinoplasty in West Hills. "Dr. Aminpour was such a huge help to me when I needed him, so I made sure my friends who wanted rhinoplasty called him first. He's the best!" said one satisfied patient.
But there's more than just revision rhinoplasty at Hills Aesthetics. Dr. Aminpour has been a longtime provider of facial reconstructive surgery to the less fortunate. His history of practicing medicine has included operations on survivors of tragic auto accidents, as well as children in the developing world born with highly treatable facial malformations.
Dr. Aminpour encounters some tough cases and says, "In this business you encounter people who think they don't have much to live for." However, the doctor is quick to emphasize that there's more to life than looks, and that sometimes more than surgery is needed to help people at times like these. "Repairing the damage is a huge part of recovery, though," he says.
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