Newport Beach, CA (PressExposure) November 06, 2011 -- Board certified plastic surgeon Dr. Kevin Sadati has been busy, even in these challenging economic times. His headquarters in the prestigious Fashion Island District in Orange County is growing beyond its boundaries as he looks to expand into adjacent Los Angeles County. A two time (2010 and 2011) recipient of the Real Self Top Doctor Award, his service area has increased exponentially to include Beverly Hills, Long Beach, Los Angeles, and Santa Monica. The diversity of clientele is a primary driver for his clinical expansion.
According to his website, "We have a very diverse clientele that includes men and women from nearby towns and patients from other parts of the country that travel to Newport Beach for our services. We pride ourselves in striving to provide the best possible treatment for every patient and will spend the time needed to make sure we clearly understand your desires to ensure you are satisfied with the results." How can a surgeon expand his or her service area without renovating expensive local buildings and clinics? Cutting edge service is the answer: "Our facilities in Newport Beach provide the most modern equipment available that allows us to handle any cosmetic concern you may have. We also employ the latest techniques for addressing your cosmetic needs and can help with any concerns you may have. Dr. Sadati has been a leader in the field of cosmetic surgery for many years and is responsible for some of the most modern techniques that are now used by other doctors all over the country. Many of the procedures first pioneered by Dr. Sadati are now standard procedures for addressing cosmetic concerns for patients worldwide."
Branching out into an expanded service area is the best way to reach his customers along the L.A. County coastal region and the data shows that demand for plastic surgeries is on the rise. In fact, a survey released in April of last year shows that interest in cosmetic procedures has been increasing. According to the survey done by Real Self, nearly seventy percent of respondents would opt for cosmetic work if money were not an issue. Thirty percent would actually opt for a surgically invasive procedure. This is a bit shocking because it illustrates increasing demand among Baby Boomers for a drastic physical change to counteract the effects of aging. Some of the highest rated procedures in the survey are the very same services that are part of the Gallery's Los Angeles target market: the Mommy Makeover, The Tummy Tuck, Facelift, and Breast Augmentation.
The Gallery's website sums up the doctor's qualifications nicely: "Because of his creative approach to many cosmetic procedures, he has been involved in creating and certifying new techniques for cosmetic surgery. In many cases this has led to clinical trials of these procedures and later adoption by other surgeons." Increasing the provider area will bring Sadati's technique to more patients and meet the rising demand patients have for quality cosmetic or functional health care.