The increasing demand cosmetic surgery throughout Southern California is a phenomenon fueled by the popularity of televised cosmetic makeover shows. Cosmetic Plastic Surgery Institute ( CPSI ), based in Laguna Beach, CA is devoted to nurturing this growing interest by promoting patient education in cosmetic surgery and delivering the highest standard in surgical care. Founded by Arian Mowlavi, M.D., Cosmetic Plastic Surgery Institute ( CPSI ) offers innovative and individually tailored treatment options for patients wanting to enhance their look. All surgical procedures are performed in our in-house state of the art, accredited surgical facility. We have noticed an expanding patient age range over the last few years, notes Dr. Mowlavi. People are becoming more accustomed to living longer and healthier lives. It is no longer a rarity to surgically treat patients in their sixties, seventies, and into their eighties and, we are receptive to this. In addition, we are able to offer younger patients recently developed and less invasive surgical options that will help delay the aging process. If your goal is to look your best and get the most improvement from your cosmetic surgery, then CPSI can help. The success of CPSI stems from its soothing ambiance, knowledgeable and cordial staff, and state-of-the-art surgical and laser equipment. What sets CPSI apart is their dedication to thorough and objective evaluation of all procedures that are performed. This attention to detail has allowed CPSI to be regarded as a premier research center cosmetic surgery procedures. Due to his attention to detail, Dr. Mowlavi has published over 50 nationally distinguished articles in plastic cosmetic surgery journals. Dr. Mowlavi's interest in ensuring patient satisfaction with better surgical outcomes has enabled him to present his findings at over fourteen cosmetic and plastic surgery national meetings. He has been honored with five national awards for his work from various surgical societies including the prestigious Gaspar Anastasi award by the American Society for Aesthetic Plastic Surgery at their annual meeting in 2004.