Look who Dr. Evans is rubbing shoulders with! It is skincare guru Dr. Zein Obagi! Together with Dr. Obagi, UCI Plastic Surgery hosted an event at Pelican Hill to educate patients on the importance of skin health. As the founder of both Obagi Skin Health and ZO Skin Health, Dr. Obagi was the perfect co-host. Over cocktails and tasty snacks, Dr. Evans and Dr. Obagi discussed the importance of skin health and the role that (read more)
Brachial plexus surgery is a procedure performed to repair injury to the cluster of nerves in the neck portion of the spinal cord (known as the brachial plexus). Injury to the brachial plexus can be caused by various factors, including complications at birth, repeated collisions from contact sports, or car accidents. When damaged, this can negatively impact motor functions of the shoulders, arms, or hands and make it difficult to perform ordinary tasks.
Ready to rejuvenate the appearance of your aging eyes, you have made the decision to undergo blepharoplasty. Wonderfully restorative, blepharoplasty, more commonly known as eyelid surgery, corrects a droopy upper lid and minimizes puffy bags below the eyes by removing excess fat and skin, and, when necessary, tightens weakened muscles. As you go about scheduling and planning your blepharoplasty surgery, you are bound to wonder: what is recovery like? And, is there anything I can (read more)
A clear, bright, and vibrant complexion is enviable. Unfortunately, for many of us, our skin does not have the desired natural glow. To remedy this, many turn to microdermabrasion, a gentle treatment that renews and refreshes dull, tired-looking skin. At Pacific Coast Plastic Surgery we are proud to offer Dermasweep, a microdermabrasion treatment. Lightly buffing the skin, Dermasweep clears away the top layer of dead skin cells, leaving you with a dewy complexion. What Can (read more)
It should come as no surprise that eyes are one of the first features that others notice about you. Unfortunately, eyes are also one of the first places to age. As the years pass, both the shape and form of our eyes change. Aging affects both the upper and lower lids. Just as upper eyelid droop, so does the lower lid. A sagging lower lid can make one appear tired and even sad. Blepharoplasty can (read more)