Brian Novack, MD
Brian Novack, MD practices as a Cosmetic Surgeon in Beverly Hills, CA.Brian Novack, MD graduated from Mc Gill Univ, Fac Of Med, Montreal, Que, Canada.
Beverly Hills Med Ctr
Mc Gill Univ, Fac Of Med, Montreal, Que, Canada
Brian Novack, MD offers cosmetic surgery at 414 N Camden Dr Ste 1010, Beverly Hills, CA 90210. Cosmetic Surgeons and plastic surgeons enhance or improve parts of the human body through surgery.
Cosmetic surgery or plastic surgery in Beverly Hills, CA may be able to improve or refine physical features through a combination of surgical or minimally invasive cosmetic enhancement procedures.
The most common procedures typically offered by cosmetic surgeons in Beverly Hills, CA are: breast augmentation, breast lift, breast implants, liposucton, abdominoplasty (tummy tuck), botox injections, breast reduction, nose job, face lift, brow lift, neck lift, lunch time procedures, chemical peels, eyelid surgery, laser skin resurfacing and microdermabrasion.
To make an appointment with Beverly Hills Med Ctr in Beverly Hills, CA, Please call (310) 888-8818 for more information.
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How come there is nothing in this feedback on Dr. Brian Novack about the report in the press of a 53 year old woman who died on Wednesday, January 22nd 2014 after jumping from the roof of the clinic building in Camden Drive while under the supervision of his staff, following a facelift performed by this doctor the day before? Is there something questionnable about what happened?
January 29, 2014
Are you satisfied with your results?
Yes! I couldn't be happier!
January 26, 2014
I have very little body fat and have maintained a stable weight over my 40 years. I have never smoked, do not drink alcohol, do not use prescription medications and do not sun bathe. I maintain a low fat diet and do not eat meat other than fish. I jog and do calisthenics six days a week. I have been jogging regularly since I was nine. After explaining these things to the doctor, I asked if plastic surgery procedures would be any more beneficial than diet and exercise in maintaining my appearance. The doctor indicated that he was unable to answer this question. I next asked the doctor whether all patients respond the same psychologically to having foreign objects implanted in their bodies and whether this gives them an unnatural feeling and how it impacts vigorous exercise. I was also interested in knowing whether implants in the face and breast areas cause some patients to feel like they are trapped into coming back for more surgery. The doctor then indicated to me that the consultation was over and asked that I please leave.
January 25, 2014