Dr. James Shamloo, MD, DMD, FACC
Dr. Shamloo is the first double qualified facial and cosmetic surgeon practicing in California. He received his M.D and D.M.D from Oregon Health Sciences University, one of the top 5 medical schools in the country.
Dr. James Shamloo, MD, DMD, FACC
When I got to his office, I had to wait 20 minutes before seeing him. But he spent so much with me explaining about the breast implant that although this was my third consultation,the other doctors never gave me so much info as Dr. Shamloo did. so I chose him and am very happy with my new breast size and the fact that they look so natural. Just to say 3 of my friends went to him for biobjob. Thanks doc!
Wow.I was so nervous but when i talked to him I had no more concerns.He answered all my questions to my satisfaction and with such a patience like he has all the time in the world.After my surgery I believed in him even more.I promised myself to go to him for all my medical concerns. awesome awesome Dr. He spent more than 45 minutes with me on the first consultation and find another problem with my stomach and referred me to a stomach doctor. It turned out that his knowledge and caring is more than my own Internist.
Dr. Shamloo is brilliant in his vision.He looks at you and tells you what exactly you need. I had a face and necklift so natural.I look 10 years younger without looking fake.I recommand him to everyone. He is a real artist in what he envisioned how I should look before surgery.
Things to ask yourself:
Make sure you disclose your entire medical history to your plastic surgeon. Your plastic surgeon can’t give an accurate assessment if you hide health problems. And you won’t have a leg to stand on if something goes wrong! Lying to your surgeon excuses them from responsibility if there are complications.
Knowing the name of the procedure is different from knowing what it actually entails. This does not mean that you need to know the particulars, such as the type of scalpel your plastic surgeon is using, but you should know if the procedure is going to achieve the result you want.
Things usually go well with plastic surgery. However, you need to know the possible complications that come with the particular procedure(s) you are having.
Obviously, an improvement in the contour of a particular body part is expected. Perhaps you may even gain a boost in self-esteem. If you are expecting anything more than that, you should know the limitations of your procedure.
Your plastic surgeon can only control what happens inside the operating room. No matter how great a job your plastic surgeon does, it will not guarantee a job promotion, a relationship, or an improved social life or social status. Plastic surgery will not cure depression or eating disorders.
This is important to know because plastic surgery is not without risks. Could you improve your diet? Could you move your body a little bit more and get more exercise? If you’ve given other alternatives an honest try, then plastic surgery may be a good alternative for you. Not having surgery at all is also an alternative.
Plastic surgery is not cheap! Whether you are paying cash or you are financing your surgery, you have to really determine if you can afford plastic surgery. Are there other things in your life that will take a big hit if you put money toward plastic surgery? This is especially true if you are financing your surgery.
Depending on your procedure, you may need days or even weeks to recover. You will need the time off to recover after your procedure. And it isn’t just the initial aches, pains, and bruising, that you will experience, but after those have faded you may still have restrictions ordered by your plastic surgeon.
16661 Ventura blvd # 703
Encino CA 91436
Phone: (818) 574-0600 Fax: (818) 914-2752
1023 S. Mt Vernon Ave
Colton CA, 92324