From facial rejuvenation procedures to breast augmentation surgery, physician Dr. Hadi Michael Rassael is a leader in the Washington, D.C., area cosmetic procedures and services field. With more than two decades of experience as a cosmetic surgeon, Dr. Rassael provides a closer look at several procedures most common among patients in their 30s.
“At Millennium Medical, we take great care in ensuring that patients receive precisely the treatment which they need to look their very best, whether surgical or non-surgical,” reveals Dr. Rassael.
Of the most common surgical and non-surgical cosmetic procedures for patients, Dr. Rassael mentions so-called ‘mommy makeovers,’ plus dermal fillers and Botox injections. “After having a child and breastfeeding, a woman’s body undergoes a number of changes,” he explains. “A mommy makeover is a combination of surgeries which are designed to address the different body contouring and sculpting needs of women after they’ve had a child,” adds Dr. Rassael.
“Dermal fillers and Botox injections, meanwhile,” he continues, “are an ideal option to consider when individual wishes to have the benefits of facial cosmetic surgery, but without the side effects or surgical downtime.”
Wrinkles and lines will disappear, according to the expert, resulting in a years-younger appearance which will last for several months.
Next, Dr. Hadi Rassael focuses on facial rejuvenation surgeries. “For patients, brow lifts, also known as the forehead lift, and cosmetic eyelid surgeries are popular,” he reveals. The upper eyelids, Dr. Rassael says, can start to droop in the 30s, while the lower eyelids become baggy or puffy. “Eyelid surgery will help to eliminate wrinkles and sagging, allowing patients to look years younger in the process,” adds the expert.
Dr. Rassael also highlights breast augmentation as a commonly sought treatment among those of a similar age. “Breast lift and augmentation surgeries are also popular among patients,” he explains. “Enhancing perkiness and increasing cup size respectively, the two surgeries can be combined for patients interested in both benefits,” adds the physician and cosmetic surgeon.
Liposuction and tummy tuck, or abdominoplasty, surgeries are also similarly popular, he reveals.
“Laser skincare treatments, however,” adds Dr. Rassael, “continue to remain among some of the most popular procedures among patients in their 30s.”
An excellent, non-surgical option for lines, wrinkles, and pigmentation issues, according to the Millennium Medical founder, laser skin resurfacing, for example, he says, can help a patient’s skin to look years younger, and much more refreshed.
“As with cosmetic injections,” Dr. Rassael adds, wrapping up, “no surgical downtime is required for recovery, which makes laser skincare treatments perfect for the busy lives enjoyed by many of those in their 30s.”
A well-respected physician and cosmetic surgeon for more than 20 years, Dr. Hadi Michael Rassael is the founder of Millennium Medical, based in Montgomery County, Maryland. The practice boasts an extensive array of treatment options, including cosmetic surgery, Botox, fillers, laser treatments, and cosmetic dermatology. To learn more about Dr. Hadi Rassael and Millennium Medical, visit https://www.anythingcosmetic.com/.
Cosmetic surgeon Dr. Hadi Rassael provides professional insight into the latest hair transplant methods and techniques.
From strip excision harvesting to follicular unit extraction, hair transplantation methods have progressed extensively since modern techniques were established in Japan in the 1930s. Further evolving in the United States in the 1950s and, again, in the late 1980s with the introduction of stereo-microscope use and micrografts, Dr. Hadi Rassael provides a closer professional look at the latest advances in the field.
“Well into the 2000s and, indeed, even in the most recent years, new advances are still being made in hair transplantation,” reveals Dr. Rassael, himself an expert in the field.
The surgeon is also an authority on liposuction, abdominoplasty, breast augmentation, facial cosmetic surgeries, non-surgical rejuvenation, laser treatments, dermal fillers, Botox and other neuromodulators, and various anti-aging treatments.
Turning attention back to hair transplants, Dr. Rassael explains that established, so-called lateral slit and sagittal incision techniques remain the go-to methods for the majority of today’s hair transplant procedures. Most surgeons, he says, will employ a combination of both methods to ensure the best results.
“Once sufficient donor hair has been harvested, either by strip harvesting, or newer follicular unit extraction techniques, the transplantation process itself can begin,” Dr. Rassael reveals. While less-invasive, the latest follicular unit extraction techniques are more time-consuming and, thus, more costly. “Accordingly, strip harvesting remains the most common method used today,” he adds.
Most commonly employed to treat male pattern baldness, hair transplantation may also be used to address lost or lacking eyebrows, eyelashes, and facial or body hair, as well as to fill in hair loss caused by scarring as the result of accidental injury or surgery.
Asked about the future of hair transplant techniques and technology, Dr. Rassael points toward the possibility of what has been referred to as hair multiplication by researchers.
“Research into dermal papilla cells and stem cells,” he adds, wrapping up, “suggests that, in coming years, we may see successes in treating baldness via hair multiplication, or ‘hair cloning,’ in addition to current, well-established hair transplantation techniques.”
A well-respected physician and cosmetic surgeon for more than 20 years, Dr. Hadi Rassael is the founder of Millennium Medical, based in Montgomery County, Maryland. The practice boasts an extensive array of treatment options, including cosmetic surgery, Botox, fillers, laser treatments, and cosmetic dermatology. To learn more about Dr. Hadi Rassael and Millennium Medical, visit https://www.anythingcosmetic.com/.
Physician Dr. Hadi Michael Rassael offers a closer look at his medical training and decades of subsequent experience in the field of medicine.
Focused on both surgical and non-surgical cosmetic medical procedures primarily in and around the northwest Washington, D.C., neighborhood of Chevy Chase, Dr. Hadi Michael Rassael provides a closer look at his career, now spanning several decades and fully dedicated to his passion for only the most detailed and meticulous surgeries and procedures.
Following years of intensive, hands-on training, passionate physician, surgeon, and cosmetic medicine specialist Dr. Hadi Michael Rassael boasts a 15 year long career in the field and is today at the helm of Millennium Medical, located in Montgomery County, Maryland. “I’ve always harbored a deep desire to become a surgeon,” he reveals, “even well prior to first qualifying as a physician.”
While completing his graduate work at Georgetown University, one of the world’s leading academic and research institutions, Dr. Hadi Michael Rassael quickly became involved in research projects surrounding so-called microsurgical techniques. He would shortly turn to focus, particularly, on those tied to ENT, a medical specialty dealing with complaints of the ear, nose, and throat.
This, following his general surgery training, would lead Dr. Hadi Michael Rassael to undertake a fellowship at the Armed Forces Institute of Pathology where he would focus on conditions of the head and neck. Located in the grounds of the Walter Reed Army Medical Center, the Armed Forces Institute of Pathology is a United States government institution concerned with pathology, diagnostic consultation, medical research, and education.
An ever-growing passion for especially detailed, most meticulous surgery, however, would see the doctor’s focus switch to cosmetic medicine. “Driven by my artistic tendencies and thanks in no small part to the American Academy of Cosmetic Surgery, I was able to lend my surgical know-how to the field of cosmetic medicine,” explains Dr. Hadi Michael Rassael.
More than two decades later, today, the cosmetic surgeon is founder and head of Millennium Medical, based in Friendship Village, Maryland, close to the town of Chevy Chase. Combining modern technology and true expertise, Dr. Rassael and his team offer cutting-edge breast augmentation, face-lift surgeries, abdominoplasty, hair restoration procedures, liposuction, and more.
Dr. Hadi Michael Rassael also bears a thorough knowledge and many years of experience in cosmetic fillers, so-called neuromodulators, non-surgical and surgical rejuvenation procedures, and a whole host of further anti-aging, radiofrequency, and laser treatments.
To learn more about Dr. Hadi Rassael and Millennium Medical, please visit https://www.anythingcosmetic.com/about-the-practice/.
Cosmetic surgeon Dr. Hadi Michael Rassael offers a closer professional look at recent advances within the plastic surgery field in the United States.
With numerous revolutionary advances in facial plastic surgeries taking places in the last decade, Dr. Hadi Michael Rassael, a respected cosmetic surgeon and founder of Millennium Medical, based in Montgomery County, Maryland, offers a closer professional look at some of the most recent advances within the ever-evolving field of cosmetic medicine.
“In the last five or so years alone, surgical techniques utilized in procedures such as face-lifts have seen a number of changes, some of which have been truly revolutionary,” suggests Dr. Hadi Michael Rassael, an experienced cosmetic surgeon and physician in practice for more than two decades, “as evinced by the Journal of the American Medical Association’s Advances in Face-lift Techniques, 2013-2018: A Systematic Review, published earlier this year.”
The Journal of the American Medical Association is a peer-reviewed medical journal published by the American Medical Association. It publishes original research, reviews, and editorials covering all aspects of the biomedical sciences.
Many such advances, he says, have been borrowed from developments within the mainstream surgical field, while others, developed directly within the plastic surgery sector itself, have trickled back down to colleagues in the non-cosmetic medical profession.
“Face-lift surgeries are a mainstay of the cosmetic surgery industry,” explains Dr. Hadi Michael Rassael, “and techniques, surrounding both resulting appearances and efficacy, and safety and reduced recovery times, are constantly evolving.”
Continuous research, such as that published by the Journal of the American Medical Association, he reveals, is poured into improving outcomes and minimizing complications of this and other forms of predominantly facial plastic surgery. “Advances in anesthetic techniques, for example, as well as innovation surrounding less invasive procedures, have been a primary focus of those involved in further revolutionizing the field,” says Dr. Hadi Michael Rassael. The same, he also points out, is true of adjunctive procedures often performed alongside face-lifts and other similar cosmetic surgeries.
According to Dr. hadi Michael Rassael, the Journal of the American Medical Association’s Advances in Face-lift Techniques, 2013-2018: A Systematic Review’s research into facial plastic surgeries points toward more than 60 percent of such procedures involving only soft-tissue techniques. Around 18 percent, meanwhile, pertain to implants and adjunctive procedures.
“A further 12 percent, approximately, related to techniques such as resurfacing, fat grafting, and liposuction,” he adds. No further information was offered by the systematic review for the remaining 10 percent of cases and procedures.
“The same research also found that, during these five years,” Dr. Hadi Michael Rassael adds, wrapping up, “all techniques reported upon were demonstrated to be highly effective, and with fewer complications compared to both literature, and the preceding five years’ worth of surgeries which had been studied previously.”
A well-respected physician in practice for more than 20 years, Dr. Hadi Michael Rassael is the founder of Millennium Medical, based in Montgomery County, Maryland. An expert on cosmetic surgical procedures including face-lift surgeries, liposuction, breast augmentation, and abdominoplasty, Dr. Rassael also carries an industry-leading knowledge of hair transplantation and non-surgical rejuvenation procedures including anti-aging, laser, and radiofrequency treatments, fillers, neuromodulators, and microdermabrasion. To find out more about Dr. Hadi Michael Rassael and Millennium Medical, please visit https://www.anythingcosmetic.com/.
Chevy Chase area physician Dr. Hadi Michael Rassael takes a closer look at the latest cutting-edge non-surgical cosmetic rejuvenation procedures and treatments.
From microdermabrasion to radiofrequency and platelet-rich plasma treatments, non-surgical cosmetic rejuvenation procedures are now used as an entirely viable alternative to more traditional surgical cosmetic procedures. Founder of Millennium Medical, based in Montgomery County, Maryland, and a physician for more than two decades, Dr. Hadi Michael Rassael provides a closer, professional look at the benefits of so-called non-surgical rejuvenation treatments.
“Costly traditional cosmetic surgical procedures now have a huge number of non-surgical alternatives,” explains Dr. Rassael, a well-respected physician and an expert on both surgical and non-surgical cosmetic procedures catering predominantly to patients in and around Chevy Chase and DC metropolitan area.
Around for decades, more traditional surgical procedures, he says, include facelifts, upper and lower eyelid surgeries, endoscopic brow lifts, and facial implants. “Traditional surgery, whether cosmetic or otherwise, always poses an inherent risk, and a lengthy aftercare period is often called for,” explains Dr. Rassael. Some degree of scarring, he says, is also typical with many of the more traditional cosmetic surgical procedures regularly offered.
More modern alternatives often called non-surgical rejuvenation procedures or non-surgical cosmetic procedures, however, are, according to Dr. Rassael, as a rule, much less risky, and require little or no aftercare or downtime.
“More cost-effective and non-invasive, aftercare and recovery times are minimal, and most such procedures pose zero risk of scarring or serious pain,” he explains. The result, much like with traditional surgery, is a rejuvenated appearance, but with many fewer risks and less inconvenience involved, expert Dr. Rassael suggests.
“Non-surgical rejuvenation procedures include so-called non-surgical facelifts which utilize dermal fillers, ultrasound, laser lifts, and the application of intense pulsed light, for example,” Dr. Rassael explains. Other non-surgical cosmetic procedures highlighted by the expert include platelet-rich plasma treatments, radiofrequency treatments, and what’s known as microdermabrasion.
“Microdermabrasion is a truly non-invasive treatment,” he reveals, “which deeply but gently exfoliates the skin to reveal a smoother, brighter, and more even complexion.”
“Perfect for modern, busy lives,” Dr. Rassael adds, wrapping up, “from intense pulsed light treatments to microdermabrasion, the growing range of cutting-edge non-surgical rejuvenation procedures on offer today represent an ideal solution for those seeking a rejuvenated appearance without the risks and inconvenience of traditional cosmetic surgery.”
A well-respected physician in practice for more than 20 years, Dr. Hadi Michael Rassael is the founder of Millennium Medical, based in Montgomery County, Maryland. An expert on non-surgical rejuvenation procedures including anti-aging, laser, and radiofrequency treatments, fillers, neuromodulators, and microdermabrasion, Dr. Rassael also enjoys an industry-leading knowledge of hair transplantation and traditional cosmetic surgical procedures including liposuction, breast augmentation, and abdominoplasty. To find out more about Dr. Hadi Rassael and Millennium Medical, please visit https://www.anythingcosmetic.com/.
Physician Dr. Hadi Michael Rassael shares details of the latest laser skin resurfacing procedures.
Cosmetic laser treatments and laser skin resurfacing, also known as laser vaporization, lasabrasion, or laser peels, are designed and developed to reduce the appearance of facial wrinkles, scars, and other blemishes. With the latest cosmetic laser treatment procedures now more effective than ever, well-respected physician Dr. Hadi Michael Rassael looks at the benefits afforded to both patients and practitioners as the technology continues to evolve.
“The latest technologies offer entirely new levels of both efficacy and control in laser skin resurfacing, with this increased control, in particular, allowing previously impossible degrees of precision, essential when working in more delicate areas,” explains Dr. Rassael, who’s based in Montgomery County, Maryland, and caters to patients in and around the Chevy Chase area and entire DC metropolitan region.
Using beams of concentrated, pulsating light, practitioners such as Dr. Rassael use specialized laser devices to precisely remove individual, microscopic layers of damaged skin—called the epidermis—one at a time. “Further to removing visible damage, the process also stimulates the production of collagen fibers by the body,” Dr. Rassael explains, “which results in a smoother, firmer appearance of the skin in the area or areas undergoing treatment.”
Cosmetic laser skin resurfacing, laser vaporization, lasabrasion, or laser peels are intended to improve facial lines and wrinkles, particularly around the eyes and mouth, acne or chickenpox scars, liver spots, birthmarks, and sun-damaged and generally aging skin. “Cosmetic laser skin resurfacing may also be utilized to address so-called ‘non-responsive’ skin following a facelift procedure,” adds Dr. Hadi Michael Rassael.
Between ablative and non-ablative cosmetic laser skin resurfacing procedures, two modern varieties of laser are commonly used, known as pulsing or continuous light beam carbon dioxide lasers, and erbium lasers, which may also be used on the neck, chest, and hands, as well as the face.
While treatment with carbon dioxide lasers may result in a total recovery time of more than one week, those undergoing less invasive erbium laser treatments should be fully healed within one week, according to Dr. Rassael, although, he points out, this may vary from one patient to patient.
“The latest cosmetic laser treatments are typically and most commonly carried out on an outpatient basis,” he adds, wrapping up, “taking between 30 minutes and two hours to complete in most instances.”
In practice for more than two decades, Dr. Hadi Michael Rassael is the founder of Millennium Medical, located in Friendship Village, Maryland. A particular expert on laser treatments, fillers, neuromodulators, non-surgical rejuvenation, and anti-aging treatments, Dr. Rassael also bears an industry-leading knowledge of liposuction, breast augmentation, abdominoplasty, hair transplantation, and facial plastic surgeries. To find out more, please visit https://www.anythingcosmetic.com/.
Physician Dr. Hadi Rassael explains more about so-called ‘fillers’ employed within the cosmetic medicine field and wider beauty industry.
From Juvéderm to Restylane and Belotero Balance, cosmetic fillers are becoming increasingly popular in the United States, today representing a multi-billion dollar industry. That’s according to established and well-respected physician Dr. Hadi Rassael, based in Friendship Village, Maryland, as he reveals more about cosmetic fillers and other, similar products and procedures.
Most fillers today, says Dr. Hadi Rassael, utilize hyaluronic acid, a naturally occurring substance found in the skin. “Most of the best-known and most effective fillers consist of hyaluronic acid, including Juvéderm and Restylane products—such as Juvéderm XC and Restylane Silk, Lyft, Refyne, and Defyne—as well as Belotero Balance,” explains the highly experienced physician, who routinely caters to patients in and around the Chevy Chase area and further afield.
Other filler brands, meanwhile, he says, employ substances including calcium hydroxylapatite, another naturally occurring substance, as well as poly-l-lactic acid—a biodegradable synthetic substance—and polymethylmethacrylate, another synthetic, biocompatible material which also includes collagen for structure and firmness.
“Fillers, or dermal fillers, as they’re known more formally, are injected under the skin to restore volume, smooth lines, and soften deeper wrinkles, among other benefits,” Dr. Hadi Rassael explains, further sharing a professional insight into the subject. “Fillers are capable of facilitating everything from smoothing out so-called smile lines and restoring volume in sunken cheeks, for example, to plumping and enhancing the lips and improving symmetry in an individual’s facial features,” adds the physician.
Fillers are often employed in combination with so-called neuromodulators, such as Botox, with these and other similar treatments accounting for more than 10 million cosmetic procedures last year in the United States, according to figures published by the American Society of Plastic Surgeons.
“It’s important that, when looking for fillers, neuromodulators, or other surgical or non-surgical cosmetic procedures,” Dr. Rassael adds, wrapping up, “an individual seeks the advice of a qualified and experienced professional in order to ascertain the safest, best, and most effective approach for their personal requirements.”
In practice for more than 20 years, Dr. Hadi Rassael is the founder of Millennium Medical, based in Friendship Village, Maryland. A particular expert on fillers, neuromodulators, laser treatments, non-surgical rejuvenation, and anti-aging treatments, Dr. Rassael also bears an industry-leading knowledge of hair transplantation, liposuction, breast augmentation, abdominoplasty, and facial plastic surgeries. To find out more, please visit https://www.anythingcosmetic.com/about-the-practice/.
Dr. Hadi Michael Rassael Explains Benefits of Cosmetic Neuromodulators
Physician Dr. Hadi Rassael shares an insight into the benefits of Botox and other neuromodulators.
Offering a variety of cosmetic procedures and surgeries, established and well-respected physician Dr. Hadi Michael Rassael is based in Friendship Heights Village, Chevy Chase, Maryland and serves individuals in and around the Chevy Chase area and further afield. Here, Dr. Rassael offers his professional insight into the application and benefits of Botox and other cosmetic neuromodulators.
“Neuromodulators, such as Botox, and other forms of injectable cosmetic treatment, including dermal fillers, continue to grow in popularity in the United States,” explains Dr. Rassael.
Indeed, such treatments accounted for more than 10 million cosmetic procedures last year in the U.S. according to figures published by the American Society of Plastic Surgeons. “Botox and other, similar neuromodulators contain a scientifically developed substance formulated to paralyze muscles,” Dr. Rassael continues, “which can help to significantly minimize the appearance of wrinkles and fine lines, predominantly caused by facial expressions, often referred to as ‘laughter lines,’ ‘expression lines,’ or, more formally, ‘dynamic wrinkles.'”
By blocking nerve signals in the muscles into which the treatment is injected, lines and wrinkles are softened, reduced, or—quite often, according to Dr. Rassael—completely eliminated. “By temporarily paralyzing the muscle or muscles responsible for causing obvious lines or wrinkles, those same perceived imperfections are effectively banished,” he adds, pointing out that, while highly effective, Botox and other neuromodulators only affect lines caused by muscle movement, and not solely by aging.
“Botox and similar solutions are most widely used to treat the forehead, the area between the brows, and so-called ‘crow’s feet’ around the eyes,” Dr. Rassael reveals, “all of which are most commonly caused by normal, day-to-day facial expressions.”
Static Wrinkles with Dr. Rassael
For ‘static wrinkles,’ however, neuromodulators are largely ineffective, according to the expert, with lines or wrinkles caused by the normal aging process calling for dermal fillers instead. “Unlike with Botox, lines and wrinkles on the cheeks, neck, and around the mouth should be addressed using dermal fillers to restore a look of fullness,” adds Dr. Rassael, “although, again, these are largely ineffective in the areas where neuromodulators are best used.”
It’s important, therefore, he says, that patients seek the advice of a qualified and experienced professional in order to ascertain the best and most effective cosmetic procedure or procedures for their own individual circumstances.
“The effects of Botox and other cosmetic neuromodulators typically last for around four months,” Dr. Rassael adds, wrapping up, “after which time, the process may be repeated as the patient wishes.”
In practice for more than two decades, Dr. Hadi Rassael is the founder of Millennium Medical, based in Friendship heights village, Maryland. A particular expert on Botox and other neuromodulators, laser treatments, fillers, non-surgical rejuvenation, and anti-aging treatments, Dr. Rassael also bears an industry-leading knowledge of hair transplantation, liposuction, breast augmentation, abdominoplasty, and facial plastic surgeries. To learn more, please visit https://www.anythingcosmetic.com/about-the-practice/.
Dr. Hadi Rassael Shares the Story of His Route into Cosmetic Medicine
Physician Dr. Hadi Rassael looks back on his decades of medical training and experience, and his route into surgical and non-surgical cosmetic medicine.
CHEVY CHASE, MARYLAND, UNITED STATES, March 7, 2019,/EbizNewswire/ — An established and well-respected physician today focused on both surgical and non-surgical cosmetic procedures in the community surrounding Chevy Chase, Maryland, Dr. Hadi Rassael reflects on his years of training, passion for meticulous surgery, and subsequent decades-long career in cosmetic medicine, today at the helm of Millennium Medical.
“Prior to first pursuing the goal to be a physician, I’d always harbored a desire to become a surgeon,” reveals Dr. Rassael.
During his graduate work at Georgetown University—a private research university in the Georgetown neighborhood of Washington, D.C.—Dr. Rassael became extensively involved in research projects involving microsurgical techniques. “As my understanding of medicine, anatomy, and surgery grew,” he continues, “I became particularly interested in the specifics of ENT, a medical specialty which deals with conditions and disorders of the ear, nose, and throat, and also covers problems tied to other parts of the head and neck.”
This interest drove Dr. Rassael to pursue research into more ENT-focused medicine, and, ultimately, after his general surgery training, to undertake ahead and neck fellowship at the Armed Forces Institute of Pathology. Located in the grounds of the Walter Reed Army Medical Center, also in Washington, D.C., the Armed Forces Institute of Pathology is a U.S. government institution concerned with diagnostic consultation, education, pathology, and medical research.
“During my two years of fellowship, I completed extensive research in the fields of head and neck surgery and pathology,” reveals Dr. Rassael.
However, as a result of his growing passion for detailed, meticulous surgery, he says, his focus switched to cosmetic medicine where he took it upon himself to become involved in further training both in facial and body cosmetic surgeries. “Here, through independent training, fueled by my own artistic tendencies, and later via my affiliation with the American Academy of Cosmetic Surgery, I was able to fine-tune both my surgical and non-surgical techniques in the field of cosmetic medicine,” Dr. Rassael explains.
Today in practice for more than 20 years, Dr. Rassael is the founder of Millennium Medical. Based in Friendship Village, Maryland, close to the town of Chevy Chase, cosmetic surgeon Dr. Rassael’s primary focus combines modern technologies and procedures with true expertise to provide cutting-edge breast augmentation, liposuction, facial plastic, hair restoration treatments, and more.
A Physician Member of the American Academy of Cosmetic Surgery and several other similarly prestigious organizations, patient feedback for Dr. Rassael is overwhelmingly positive. “Dr. Hadi Rassael is the best!” says one recent patient. “Not only is he a doctor, but he’s also an artist,” she adds. A second recent patient, meanwhile, continues, “Dr. Hadi Rassael and his staff are top notches for all manner of cosmetic procedures, and I highly recommend him and his team; Millennium Medical is the best cosmetic surgery practice in Chevy Chase.”
A particular expert on hair transplantation, liposuction, breast augmentation, abdominoplasty, and facial plastic surgeries, Dr. Rassael also bears an in-depth knowledge of Botox and other neuromodulators, laser treatments, fillers, non-surgical rejuvenation, and anti-aging treatments.
Dr. Hadi Rassael Explains Why Customer Service Comes First
In a field oversaturated with generic surgeons, Dr. Hadi Michael Rassael stands above the rest offering world renown customer service.
When you first step into Dr. Hadi Rassael’s office, you instantly know that you’re going to be well taken care of. “When I decided to become a cosmetic surgeon, I knew that the most important thing to me was always going to be putting the patient first,” explained Dr. Hadi Rassaell. “I’m so proud and grateful to say that over twenty years later putting the patient first is still my number one priority.”
The first thing Dr. Hadi Rassael recommends a new patient is to meet with him and his incredible team for a private one-on-one consultation. Dr. Hadi Rassael has a reputation for never overbooking patients, and always making sure that there is ample time to conduct a proper evaluation to cover every aspect of the specific procedure that the patient is looking to receive.
“I tell patients constantly that the most important part about whatever procedure they decide to get is that they are 100% committed to living a healthy lifestyle,” explained Dr. Hadi Rassael. “I’m committed at my practice to providing the best care, and also making sure that my patients are living their best life.”
There are so many surgeons that provide generic services that yield awful results.
Dr. Hadi Rassael has been performing cosmetic surgery for over twenty years and recommends that all of his prospective patients do their homework before picking a cosmetic surgeon. It’s so easy to find yourself in a precarious relationship with an underqualified doctor who cannot adequately perform the specific procedure that you are looking to receive.
Getting cosmetic surgery is one of the most important decisions that you are going to make in your lifetime, and Dr. Rassael reminds all of his patients that you need to be committed to being the very best version of yourself, and you also need to make sure that you have a great relationship with your surgeon before you get started.
“I’ve had many patients come to me after having a horrible experience with a previous doctor and it is very disappointing,” explained Dr. Hadi Rassael. “I became a cosmetic surgeon to help transform people’s lives, and I encourage all of my patients to find the right surgeon to help change their lives.”
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