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Dr. Evans Speaks at the London Breast Meeting

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Recently, Dr. Evans ventured across the pond to speak at the London Breast Meeting. Held at the prestigious Royal College of Physicians at Regents Park in London, The London Breast Meeting is a yearly, three day scientific symposium that unites some of the world’s most highly respected specialists in the field of aesthetic and reconstructive breast surgery.


We Made the List! UC Irvine Medical Center is one of “America’s Best Hospitals”

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What an honor! For the 16th straight year, UC Irvine Medical Center has made the U.S. News and World Report’s list of “America’s Best Hospitals”. University of California, Irvine Medical Center received the honor of ranking 5th in the greater Orange County area in addition to being the 10th ranked hospital in all of California. UCI Plastic Surgery is proud to be a part of the UC Irvine Health community—a collaboration of specialties, comprised of (read more)


Vitamin C Promotes a Radiant Complexion

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Best known as a cure for the common, Vitamin C has many benefits beyond providing immune support. In fact, when it comes to a healthy complexion and enlivened glow—Vitamin C proves itself to be a super skin supplement. A powerful antioxidant, Vitamin C nourishes, protects, and prevents further skin damage.


Why Should You Consider Male Breast Reduction Surgery

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Many men root their confidence in their strong and masculine physique. It is understandable then, that the appearance of overly large breasts can make it difficult for a man to accept and find confidence in his appearance. While men often desire a change, they are understandably hesitant to seek out professional advice and take the required steps to reduce their chest size. Here, we explore why men hold off on getting male breast reduction and (read more)


Are You Afraid to Show Off Your Legs because of Spider Veins?

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Skies out, thighs out! Nowhere is this truer than here in sunny Southern California. While many men and women cannot wait to put on their summer skivvies, for those struggling with spider veins, the thought of baring their legs is far less inviting.