In a recent story on Allure magazine’s website, Dr. Andrew Cohen was featured explaining the topic of breast implant illness. The article focuses on celebrity Ashley Tisdale’s decision to get her breast implants removed, after feeling symptoms of what she thought might be breast implant illness. Her unexplained digestive issues and food sensitivities led to her seeking explant surgery, in hopes of it relieving her minor health concerns. Dr. Cohen is quoted in the article, saying: "’[Breast implants] have been ... Continue Reading
With a passion for helping patients look and feel beautiful, Dr. Andrew Cohen was recently featured in Ventura Blvd for helping a patient, Linda, through a custom mommy makeover. The article, titled, “Making Over Mommy,” details how Linda suffered from low self-esteem due to the body changes caused by her two pregnancies. Although she had wanted surgery for a while, she hadn’t committed until she consulted with Dr. Cohen, which is when she knew she had found the right fit. ... Continue Reading
Breasts gradually evolve throughout one’s lifetime. Due to factors like pregnancy, weight loss, and the natural aging process, many women may notice their breasts starting to sag. This is a common concern that can be caused by depleted breast volume, loose ligaments, lax skin, or a combination of all of these. Since these concerns gradually occur over time, they cannot easily be reversed without surgery. Our board-certified plastic surgeon, Dr. Andrew Cohen, helps women who are unhappy with their sagging ... Continue Reading
Dr. Cohen Featured in RealSelf Article – 7 Plastic Surgeons Reveal the Biggest Misconceptions Patients Have About Liposuction
Dr. Cohen was featured in a recent RealSelf article discussing the biggest misconceptions patients have about liposuction Read more about it HERE.
Minimally invasive cosmetic procedures have become increasingly common among patients wanting to enhance their appearance. As the medical specialty has continued to evolve with state-of-the-art technologies, men and women are able to achieve noticeable results without the invasiveness or recovery time associated with traditional surgeries. Dr. Andrew Cohen was interviewed by Cosmetic Town Journal to provide his perspective on how these technologies are changing the area of cosmetic surgery. In the article, the author highlights three areas, in particular, that ... Continue Reading
Dr. Cohen performs High Def Liposculpture in a male for contour and shape.
Non-surgical aesthetic treatments are a popular way to rejuvenate one’s appearance, due to their lower cost and shorter recovery period. While these treatments are more convenient than cosmetic surgery in many ways, they often require multiple sessions since they don’t usually provide dramatic improvement right away. As a result, people still have to find time in their schedule to attend follow-up treatment sessions. Dr. Cohen discusses this in a recent RealSelf article, which highlights non-invasive procedures that offer longer-lasting results. ... Continue Reading
Many procedures that plastic surgeons do can be done under local anesthesia. Dr. Cohen was featured in a recent RealSelf article discussing various types of surgery that can be done under local anesthesia. Read more about it HERE
As a long-time plastic surgeon in the Encino and Beverly Hills areas, Dr. Andrew Cohen was recently interviewed on the Beverly Hills Plastic Surgery Podcast, hosted by fellow plastic surgeons Drs. Jay Calvert and Millicent Rovelo. This digital series covers all areas of plastic surgery, and in Dr. Cohen’s episode that aired in December, the trio focused on one procedure in particular: breast reduction. In the podcast interview, Dr. Cohen reveals breast reduction has become the top procedure he performs ... Continue Reading
Dr. Cohen is asked frequently to help patients with interesting and unique surgical problems. He brings unique and creative solutions to a difficult problem in this recent surgery of a young woman who had piercings on her cheeks. She had piercings done when she was younger and now is a professional who would like to have them removed. Unfortunately, facial plastic surgery is the only answer. Once the piercing is removed, the skin on the cheek and the tunnel to ... Continue Reading