Sometimes we look tired, but we don’t feel that way.
We feel young inside, but Father Time doesn’t always allow us to present our best face to the world.
Now is the time to LOOK THE WAY YOU FEEL
Having cosmetic surgery is a big decision. If you’re like most people, you’ve been weighing this decision for quite some time and you’re all-but-ready to make an improvement.
We understand the weight of this decision as well as the stress that comes with it. That’s why we’ve built our office as not only a hospital-caliber surgical center, but as a day-spa level beauty center. Burbank Plastic Surgery has two of the best cosmetic surgeons in the region and the most welcoming staff on the planet. Every one of them wants to make your experience as pleasant and painless as possible.
Which Plastic Surgeon is Right for Me?
The plastic surgeon who is right for you is one who cares about you and wants to make an improvement, who wants to make you look like you feel, who works with what you have and enhance it.
Dr. Orloff and Dr. Swistun are both highly regarded surgeons. Depending on what part of your body you are looking to address, you may work with one of both of our doctors.
The best plastic surgeon for you will not only have extensive experience with the type of surgery that you are interested in, but will also make you feel comfortable through every step of the process. Our doctors will answer all of your questions directly and without pretense – before and after your procedure.
In addition to becoming certified, and to be considered one of the best cosmetic surgeons in the region, our doctors must adhere to a strict code of ethics and participate in continuing education throughout their careers. Our surgeons are not only ASPS certified but are widely respected in their fields.
The American Society of Plastic Surgeons, the ASPS, is the foremost authority on plastic surgery in the world. After completing four years of medical school, plastic surgeons will have a residency of between 6 and 8 years of training in surgery, and in plastic surgery specifically. After completing residency, a plastic surgeon is considered “board eligible.” For them to become “board certified,” comprehensive written and oral exams must be taken, and actual cases performed by the surgeon must be reviewed.