Mommy Makeover Patient Raves About Dr. Cohen in Ventura Blvd

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

Dr. Cohen Reflects on Cosmetic Surgery Advancements in Cosmetic Town Journal

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 Shares Non-surgical Treatments That Last in RealSelf Article

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

Dr. Cohen Discusses Breast Reduction on Beverly Hills Podcast

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 at his practice. In addition, he says the surgery produces an extremely high satisfaction rate among his patients, due to the combination of cosmetic and functional benefits. Throughout the episode, Dr. Cohen discusses all areas of breast reduction with Drs. Calvert and Rovelo, including candidates, surgical techniques, and the importance of post-operative care. 

To listen to this conversation, which includes Dr. Cohen’s tips for patients seeking breast reduction surgery, watch the “Breast Reduction – What You Need to Know” video below.

Dr. Cohen Featured on KTLA 5 News for Implant Recall

Allergan®, one of the leading breast implant manufacturers, has recently issued a global recall for its BIOCELL® textured breast implants and expanders. These products have been linked to a rare form of cancer known as Breast Implant-Associated Anaplastic Large Cell Lymphoma (BIA-ALCL). This has been a popular news story lately, as numerous women already have these implants, while others may be considering them for an upcoming procedure. Our board-certified plastic surgeon, Dr. Andrew Cohen, had the opportunity to educate the ... Continue Reading

Dr. Cohen Featured in Ventura Blvd Magazine

Our very own plastic surgeon, Dr. Andrew Cohen, was recently featured in Ventura Blvd magazine as part of its list of 2019 Top Doctors. In his profile, Dr. Cohen was interviewed about his specialty and what makes his role as a plastic surgeon so rewarding. Take a look at the article to read what Dr. Cohen had to say about his passion for changing people’s lives through plastic surgery. Dr. Cohen in Ventura Blvd Magazine

Cosmetic Town News Interviews Dr. Cohen on Surgical Technology

The cosmetic surgery industry has continued to advance over the years, with new technologies making procedures safer and more effective. From people using social media to show off their results, to lasers and microsurgery creating beautiful results with shorter recovery times, there’s no doubt cosmetic treatments have become more convenient and more appealing for men and women. In a recent article on Cosmetic Town—an online resource featuring medical journals, patient reviews, and news—our plastic surgeon, Dr. Andrew Cohen, was interviewed ... Continue Reading

Dr. Cohen Gives Thoughts on Breast Augmentation for Connect With Life

FAQ Breast Augmentation

Our own Dr. Andrew Cohen recently sat down for an interview with health and lifestyle website ConnectWithLife.com to offer interesting insights into some of the things individuals should be aware of before having breast augmentation surgery. Dr. Cohen answered a number of frequently asked questions about the procedure, from how to choose the right implant to how he determines whether a patient is a good candidate for breast augmentation. In the article, Dr. Cohen explained the consultation process and the ... Continue Reading

Now Trending: Aesthetic Cell Therapy Using LAVIV

“Dr. Cohen, what can I do about lip lines?” Many of my patients have been asking about the latest fillers for lip lines, and I have some news about a promising new treatment. LAVIV is an FDA approved therapy that uses your own collagen-producing cells (called Fibroblasts) to improve the appearance of moderate to severe smile lines. As you age, collagen, which provides firmness and structure to the skin, breaks down and wrinkles develop. LAVIV Therapy uses your own cells ... Continue Reading

FDA Approved EXPAREL Now Available For Extended Pain Relief After Surgery

I am excited to be using a new product designed to provide up to 72 hours of pain relief after surgery called EXPAREL. EXPAREL, which is Bupivacaine, is a local anesthesia which has been around for many years. What’s different is the way the product is delivered to the surgical site. I inject the medication directly into the surgical site while my patient is still asleep in the OR. The medication is packaged into little soap bubbles, allowing extended distribution ... Continue Reading