California is now a plastic surgery destination for both celebrities and the everyday consumer.
The state is home to some of the most famous plastic surgeons in the world.
Here are the top five: 1.
Dr. John Lister, who is the head of plastic surgery at the renowned Lister Center for the Performing Arts in Hollywood, California.
Lister is known for his work on James Bond, the Oscar-winning The Avengers and the film Beauty and the Beast.
Michael Dorsch, Dr. Joseph Fink and Dr. Richard Burchfield, the world-renowned surgeons of facial reconstruction.
Dr Paul Rabinowitz, who has performed more than 2,500 facial surgeries in Los Angeles, including on Tom Cruise and Leonardo DiCaprio.
Dr Martin Schofield, who specializes in facial reconstruction for celebrities including Michael Jackson and David Bowie.
Dr Thomas Ahern, who treats celebrities like Carrie Fisher and Michael J. Fox.
Dr. Dorshofer is known as the leading authority on face and body reconstruction, and has done extensive facial reconstructions for Hollywood luminaries including Tom Cruise, Michael Jackson, Jennifer Aniston and Michael Douglas.
He is also one of the leading face surgeons in Southern California, where his surgical team has worked with celebrities including Tom Hanks, Tom Cruise’s wife, Scarlett Johansson and many others.
He was named the 2016 American Academy of Facial Plastic Surgery and the 2014 Los Angeles Times Best Plastic Surgeon.
In recent years, Lister has become a household name for his plastic surgery services in Hollywood.
His surgical team is the top-ranked in the nation.
The Los Angeles-based Lister Clinic has performed about 8,000 face and mouth surgeries in its history.
The center’s flagship surgery facility in Los Feliz, where Lister’s surgery team performs face and neck surgeries, has an average wait time of about a year.
The Los Angeles area is also home to a slew of specialty clinics that specialize in face and throat reconstructions.
In Los Angeles alone, there are five medical specialty clinics, including the Lister Plastic Surgery Center, which specializes in face reconstruction, nose and throat surgery, face reconstruction and breast and face surgery.
Dr Lister says he has seen demand for his services grow since he opened his Lister clinic in Hollywood in the late 1990s.
“It’s just crazy,” Lister said.
“You can’t get a good surgeon anywhere else.”
Dr. Fink said that in his opinion, the reason the region is in the top 10 is because of the amount of celebrities that have gone to Lister clinics for face and jaw reconstruction.
“I think that’s what made it to the top,” Fink explained.
“People have a lot of money.
They can afford to go to one of these clinics, which is why it’s so popular in L.A. It’s not a lot, but it’s enough to get you through the year.”
Fink also said that he believes that the demand for face reconstruction in the Los Angeles region is a result of the Hollywood film industry.
“We’re in a very, very lucrative industry,” he said.
“In fact, the industry is bigger than ever.
You can go to the Hollywood Studios, which has over 1,000 theaters, and you can see a lot more stars in person than you would normally see in Hollywood,” Finks added.
Dr Burchfields face and lip surgery is a popular practice in Los Angles, as it has been for decades.
The L. A. surgeon has performed over 6,000 facial surgeries and performed more facial reconstruction surgeries in the area than any other plastic surgeon in the state.
The procedure is a specialty procedure for celebrities like Jennifer Lopez and Alicia Keys.
In fact the top facial reconstruction surgeon in Los Angels is Dr. Paul R. Rabinow.
The surgery center has had a steady supply of plastic surgeons since he started in the 1990s and has been able to maintain a stable business.
“Rabinow is a very good surgeon.
He is very good at what he does, and he is very, really, very professional,” Dr. Raby said.
The top plastic surgeon is the same doctor who is credited with performing the first face surgery on Carrie Fisher, who became one of Hollywood’s biggest stars in the 1980s.
Fisher underwent face and lips reconstruction for the first time in 1986 and went on to star in such films as The Princess Bride, Star Wars, A Christmas Carol, Carrie, Bride of the Crystal Skull and Carrie.
Dr Raby was also able to reconstruct her nose in 1999.
As for Lister and his colleagues, they are just as passionate about face and head reconstructions as Fisher and Leland.
In fact, Dr Landon, a longtime friend of Fisher, says he believes the celebrity culture in the United States has changed in recent years.
“There are more people looking for plastic surgery, and