Posted April 14, 2015
If you are unhappy with the size or shape of your body, it may be time to discuss your body contouring options with board-certified Los Angeles plastic surgeon Dr. Martin O’Toole. Paying close attention to your concerns and listening carefully to your desires, Dr. O’Toole can customize your body contouring treatments to produce a look you will love. Please call (626) 689-7800 today to schedule your free consultation and let us get started on helping you reach your cosmetic goals.
Posted March 17, 2014
Board-certified Los Angeles plastic surgeon Dr. Martin O’Toole provides customized mommy makeover procedures to women living throughout Southern California. This procedure addresses the areas of the body most impacted by pregnancy and often includes treatments such as:
Posted August 19, 2013
Pregnancy and nursing can change your body in ways that diet and exercise will never fully address. Physical postpartum changes can impact your clothing options, make daily activities less pleasurable, and even contribute to emotional duress, and these issues may even continue to present challenges well into the future. For these reasons and more, many women in Los Angeles look to the mommy makeover procedure for a full physical transformation.
Posted November 30, 2011
Temptation is something we all struggle with. Avoiding temptation seems more difficult when it is happening to you.
Posted November 27, 2011
Snacking has become an American pastime as common as the meal. It is a multibillion dollar industry that relies on consumers to need an extra boost between meals. According to NBC Today Health online roughly a quarter of the calories in the American diet come from snacks, according to a study published in The Journal of Nutrition.
Posted November 13, 2011
People who suffer from migraine headaches not only find them painful, but in some cases debilitating. For some it is impossible to continue everyday activities until the migraine has subsided.
Posted August 15, 2011
Many people are guilty of eating when they are not hungry. This results in consuming unnecessary calories, which leads to weight gain. Often people are distracted and are not conscious about how much they have eaten. Patients who have successfully lost weight and kept it off have generally become disciplined eaters. Dr.
Posted May 09, 2011
According to The Los Angeles Times gastric bypass surgery for weight loss is as safe for the elderly as it is for younger patients, researchers said Monday.