Welcome To Our Blog

With the launch of Sasaki Advanced Aesthetic Medical Center’s revamped website, we’re excited to create this blog where patients curious about our Pasadena cosmetic plastic surgery practice can find information about the latest treatments and devices. We’ll also occasionally examine new aesthetic trends, many of which get their start in the Los Angeles area.

Dr. Gordon H. Sasaki is among the leading innovators in the field of plastic surgery and nonsurgical aesthetic procedures. He’s been instrumental in advancing the use of lasers for a range of cosmetic treatments, including skin resurfacing, tattoo removal, and liposuction.

In this blog, we’ll address aesthetic concerns that go beyond plastic surgery, although that topic will certainly be addressed as well. Our facilities include the Advanced Aesthetic Surgical Medical Center, the Advanced Nurse Injection and Device Center, and InnoVessence Medical Skin Care Center. In this blog, we’ll discuss topics relevant to each of these areas, such as the latest breakthroughs in nonsurgical skin rejuvenation, innovative body contouring options, and the advances being made in injectable treatments.

We invite you to check back in often on this blog to get the latest news, and we look forward to meeting with you. If you’re considering a cosmetic procedure, you can contact us using the online form or call our office at (626) 268-4524 to schedule an appointment.

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