Inside Edition / Dr. Nicholas Nikolov Going To Great Lengths For Arms Like Michelle Obama’s May 15, 2013

Going To Great Lengths For Arms Like Michelle Obama’s

Women everywhere are clamoring to get arms just like First Lady Michelle Obama.

Nikolov_MObamaRita Badawe loves to shop, but the flabby skin under her arms makes her uncomfortable when trying on clothes. We went to Debra C in Beverly Hills where the 30-year-old administrative assistant tried on sleeveless clothes.

She said, “When I look at Michelle Obama’s arms I feel like, ‘Wow, I wish I could get that look, how could I get it?’ I feel like I have ham hocks. It’s sad.”

She is getting married in a few months and wants to have taut arms like Michelle Obama for her wedding day. So she went to board certified plastic surgeon Nicholas Nikolov to have liposuction on her upper arms.

He said, “What we want to take away is some of this fat here, and also make sure it’s not hanging. And get a little bit of a tighter look.”

An excited Rita was wheeled into the operating room. The doctor makes a small incision, then sucks out the excess fat from her arms. After the fat is removed, a laser is inserted. A laser is used to firm up the skin. The entire procedure took one hour.

Now, Rita is on her way to having arms exactly like the first lady.

 

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KTLA / Dr. Nicholas Nikolov New Smart Lipo Procedure Promises Less Scarring, Better Results June 25, 2012

July 22, 2012

New Smart Lipo Procedure Promises Less Scarring, Better Results

LOS ANGELES (KTLA) — There’s a new alternative to traditional liposuction that promises less down time, minimal scarring and better results.

“Smart Lipo” is a procedure that uses a laser fiber enclosed in a thin tube that is inserted through a small incision in the skin to remove unwanted fat.

It only takes 45 minutes and most people can return to work the following day.

“The beauty of this procedure is the fact that we can do it under local anesthesia,” said Beverly Hills plastic surgeon Nicholas Nikolov.

Smart Lipo costs about $5,000 per area of the body.

Patient Seana Ryan said she was happy with the procedure.

“I’m not really interested in doing anything with the knife per se,” Ryan said. “I just want to do little things that will make me look natural.”

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The Doctors / Dr. Nicholas Nikolov Smartlipo with Dr. Nikolov on The Doctors May 23, 2012

May 23, 2012

Smartlipo with Dr. Nikolov on The Doctors


April recently lost 25 pounds but cannot seem get rid of what she refers to as her “genetic curse” – her chubby knees. Watch as board-certified plastic surgeon Dr. Nicholas Nikolov uses SmartLipo to shape and smooth April’s knees. Plus, see the results of April’s procedure!

 


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KTLA / Dr. Nicholas Nikolov Dr. Nikolov Discusses the New Cellulaze Cellulite Treatment on KTLA! May 8, 2012

May 8, 2012

Dr. Nikolov Discusses the New Cellulaze Cellulite Treatment on KTLA!

 

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KTLA.com / Dr. Nicholas Nikolov New Cellulaze Treatment Proves Effective Against Cellulite May 7, 2012

May 7, 2012

New Cellulaze Treatment Proves Effective Against Cellulite

LOS ANGELES (KTLA) — It’s been called “cottage cheese skin,” and “the orange peel syndrome.” Cellulite is a condition that has women hiding under their clothes or their beach towels.

But now, a new technology can permanently reduce cellulite by 50 to 70 percent.

It’s called Cellulaze, and it’s an FDA-approved surgical laser therapy that attacks the structure of cellulite.

Doctors conduct the procedure under local anesthesia in one to two hours. It costs between $5,000 and $7,000.

“Nothing really gets rid of cellulite 100 percent,” Dr. Nicholas Nikolov says. “However, with Cellulase, we can improve cellulite by 50-70 percent depending on the cause and the amount of cellulite. And this is permanent; it’s not a temporary treatment.”

“Some of the results you see immediately,” Nikolov says. “Two months later, you see a bigger improvement. But the final improvement is finalized after about two years.”

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Monsters and Critics / Dr. Nicholas Nikolov Eyebrow Love: The fuller brow makes its comeback, expert advice March 19, 2012

March 19, 2012

Eyebrow Love: The fuller brow makes its comeback, expert advice

 

Eyebrows frame the eye and create a powerful balance on the face.

For women, their is no better ally to a pretty eye makeup than a perfectly turned out brow, groomed and highlighted in the right shade that does not conflict with her coloring.

“Eyebrows are back and full again,” says Emmy Award winning makeup artist Melanie Mills, who spoke to me on the phone today from Style Fashion Week LA, where she has spent the last week designing the makeup for fashion stars Anh Volcek, MILA, Skingraft, Ina Soltani and more.

“They frame the eye and set the mood for a makeup, and the more natural fuller, groomed brow is what we are seeing most this season. I love it.” Mills is also sponsoring the Fashion Event with her own line of cosmetics.

To achieve a fuller eyebrow is easier said than actually doing for many women. A lifetime of overtweezing or waxing can destroy the opportunity.

“I use Anastasia’s Brow colors and pencils, and Benefit’s Brow Zings too, along with MAC’s staple ‘Lingering’ brow pencil,” says Mills. “A good rule of thumb is to always feather the color from the top line of the brow, versus filling in from the bottom up.”

“The best thing to do when grooming is follow your natural brow shape. A full brow really does frame your face and emphasise your eyes in a classic way,” says Mills.

There are several ways to effect this look, some surgical, some topical and some cosmetic.

Surgical restoration

For those who have absolutely no eyebrow hair or sparse brows, there is some exciting new techniques that plastic surgeons can do to fill in and fix the issue.

According to the New York Times report – there is a new method for doctors to replace thinning eyebrows: transplanting nape of the neck or leg hair.

Originally developed to help burn victims, the procedure is now growing in popularity with women looking to regain fuller brows, after years of tweezing or even injury or illness.

Hair transplant surgery is the only way to restore eyebrows permanently and it’s also the solution for those who naturally have very fair or sparse brows

Board certified plastic surgeon Dr. Nicholas Nikolov is an expert at restoring beauty and symmetry to the face, and spoke with me yesterday from his office in Beverly Hills, CA. about his NeoGraft procedure that has worked very well.

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Monsters and Critics / Dr. Nicholas Nikolov Cellulite treatment Cellulaze delivers results, according to top Plastic Surgeon February 21, 2012

February 21, 2012

Cellulite treatment Cellulaze delivers results, according to top Plastic Surgeon

 

Cellulite. You know it, you hate it, and some people are plagued with the sub-dermal adipose (fat) tissue irregularity more than others.

Asians are rarely afflicted with it, ever.

This uneven and dimpled fat layer is a non life-threatening condition that affects almost 90 percent of women and 10 percent of men, and almost always in Westernized nations.

Blame the Industrial revolution, but as people physically worked less in a day and either sat for work or became more sedentary, human bodies began to store fat differently.

No one likes cellulite, and people have been massaging, rolling, beating it and sweating for years trying to make it go away.  Because women carry more subcutaneous fat, the propensity to develop cellulite worsens in their prime childbearing years and especially closer to the menopause stage of life. Women (and some men) often see cellulite build around knees, flanks, thighs and gluteal area during this time in life.

Now the FDA has approved a new technique (used for years overseas) based on some existing liposuction technology, but done in a way that is less invasive and is proven to last with immediate results.

Cellulaze is heralded as the real deal, not the false promise or temporary results of mandatory weekly “packages” of other office visit treatments sold to smooth out cottage cheese thighs.

Common misconceptions about cellulite abound, as large asset-blessed types like Jennifer Lopez can have a smooth deposit of gluteal fat that is pleasing to the eye, but skinny teenagers can be afflicted with “hail damage” on highly visible areas like thighs, hips and buttocks.

Despite the vast amounts of time and money that have gone into trying to find ways to dissolve and smooth out these uneven fat nodules–from lasers to caffeine-laced creams–Cellulaze offers safe FDA approved results in the 50-75% permanent improvement range.

Monsters and Critics spoke to one of the first Cellulaze pioneers in the United States, Board-certified plastic surgeon Dr. Nicholas Nikolov, who illuminated a bit on this new treatment.

Dr. Nikolov told M&C that Cellulaze was far superior and clinically proven compared to existing cellulite fall-back fixes like Mesotherapy, “Subcision” surgery, Endermologieor some liposuction procedures that could not address the compartmentalized, fibrous nature of these “trapped” fat cells.

 


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Monsters and Critics / Dr. Nicholas Nikolov Face 2.0: Updating the face to go with the resume; top plastic surgeon weighs in January 11, 2012

January 11, 2012

Face 2.0: Updating the face to go with the resume; top plastic surgeon weighs in


It is no secret that beautiful people are revered. It may not be considered politically correct, but it is factual!

We are all painfully aware that each A-list celebrity can be described as beautiful, or drop-dead gorgeous.

A recent study proves that human beings are hard wired to actually prefer beautiful people. Couple that with the legion of books which all hail the science of beauty, including “Survival of the Prettiest” by Nancy Etcoff. This lead us to conclude that beauty is not quite as “skin deep” as stipulated by the popular expression.

A recent study conducted by ABC’s 20/20 shows that human beings react more warmly to a person in distress if they are beautiful.

Which begs the question, are people really that shallow?

The answer to this is based in scientific fact, and lends some much needed insight as human beings are reacting to their own genetic instinct when they appreciate and are drawn to beautiful people.

But when you combine the symptoms of “coveting beauty” to what can best be described as a rocky economy, you get an outcome that few could have predicted:  A spike in what many are labeling “survivalist” plastic surgery.

Of course, “beauty is in the eye of the beholder,” so what is beautiful to one might not be beautiful to another.

Beverly Hills board certified plastic surgeon Dr. Nicholas Nikolov notes how “ego driven plastic surgery” has taken a back seat to “survivalist” surgery.

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Entertainment Tonight / Dr. Nicholas Nikolov Red Carpet Ready January 9, 2012

January 9, 2012

Red Carpet Ready

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Monsters and Critics / Dr. Nicholas Nikolov Do your ears hang low? You may be old – Top plastic surgeon talks lobes December 13, 2011

December 13, 2011

Do your ears hang low? You may be old – Top plastic surgeon talks lobes


Dr. Nicholas Nikolov is a BeverlyHills, California board-certified plastic surgeon. As a top surgeonin his field, Dr. Nikolov blogsregularly about the latest in plastic surgery understands the subtle details that make a truly life-changing difference in a person’s looks.

One of the ways he does this is by recommending that all face-lift patients consider the ear lobe surgery in addition to their face work to create the most natural looking enhancement.

Dr. Nikolov tells Monsters and Critics that gravity takes its toll on earlobes, but is easily remedied: “Over time, earlobes can elongate and droop very similar to breasts, under upper arms (bat wings) and chins, aging you immediately. This is of course exacerbated by heavy earrings and hoops that are so popular now.”

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Bodychecklist.com / Dr. Nicholas Nikolov Tighten Your Face Before The Holidays December 5, 2011

December 5, 2011

Tighten Your Face Before The Holidays

It’s the time of year when you see family and friends that you only see once a year. We all want to look our best so we get our hair and nails done and buy new dresses. But what about those new wrinkles? There are some simple plastic surgery procedures you can do to “tweak” your look just in time to see that third cousin who always looks perfect.

Here’s 5 procedures that Nicholas R. Nikolov, M.D., F.A.C.S. recommends to do before the holidays since they require minimal or no recovery time:
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FrontiersWeb.com / Dr. Nicholas Nikolov Lift Off! March 10, 2011

March 10, 2011

Lift Off!

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The new face of anti-aging procedures

Once upon a time, it was easy. You arrived at a certain age and–if you had the funds and gumption–you got a facelift. Today, the range of elective anti-aging procedures has never been wider. Baffled? You’re not alone. We debunk the anti-aging myths and present the best new procedures from SoCal’s top docs.

Selecting a Specialty

First, define your terms. Cosmetic surgery is concerned with improving the aesthetic appearance of a person, while plastic surgery may include this, or just the reconstruction angle.

Second, find out what a doc does best. Some are known for lifts, others for Botox brilliance and one is a master of butts.

Third, ascertain the doctor’s level of training and expertise. Michael Niccole, M.D., founder and medical director of CosmetiCare Plastic Surgery Center & Med Spa in Newport Beach, advises, “Determine a surgeon’s board certification and be sure which board she or he is certified by. There are a number of pseudo-boards, which provide a false sense of security to consumers; in fact, these boards are not monitored by the government, as one would expect.”

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RTL German TV / Dr. Nicholas Nikolov Dr. Nicholas Nikolov discusses Oscar Beauty with RTL German TV March 2, 2011

March 2, 2011

Dr. Nicholas Nikolov discusses Oscar Beauty with RTL German TV

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KABC / Dr. Nicholas Nikolov Dr. Nicholas Nikolov showcases Neograft Hair Restoration on KABC-TV Los Angeles! July 30, 2010

July 27, 2010

Dr. Nicholas Nikolov showcases Neograft Hair Restoration on KABC-TV Los Angeles!

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EdgeLosAngeles.com / Dr. Nicholas Nikolov Bullockproof Best July 21, 2010

July 20, 2010

Bullockproof Best

We love our Sandy, but we rue what it appears she’s done to
her once lovely face. Partly as a reaction to the Best Actress winner’s
masklike presence at the Oscars, image-conscious Angelenos are asking
for a kinder, gentler touch when it comes to anti-aging injectibles.
Beverly Hills plastic surgeon Dr. Nicholas Nikolov is known for his
less-is-more approach to Botox and Juviderm-used, respectively, to ease
lines and plump up depressions in the skin. “I prefer to treat new
patients conservatively,” he advises. “It’s much wiser to underdo than
overdo injectibles the first time I see someone, then touch up as
required when they return to see me about two weeks later. An
experienced plastic surgeon can determine the most effective initial
treatment in way that less experienced health professionals do, given
our knowledge of facial musculature and anatomy.

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TherapyTimes.com / Dr. Nicholas Nikolov Banding Together June 3, 2010

June 3, 2010

Banding Together

Clinicians take a multi-disciplinary
approach to fighting obesity

By Frank Fraiser

A lot can change at high altitudes. For David G. Davtyan, MD, FACS,
FICS, the thin air at the 2001 Minimally Invasive Surgery Symposium
(MISS) in Snowbird, Utah, caused him to become short of breath. He
called his wife and gasped, “My fat is taking over my lungs!”

Davtyan had gradually reached a size that was causing him to tire
easily, but because he was successful in his career and personal life,
he wasn’t ashamed of his weight. It wasn’t until he attended an MISS
presentation given by Guy-Bernard Cadiere, MD, PhD, on laparoscopic
adjustable gastric banding that Davtyan considered undergoing the
procedure.

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The OC Register / Dr. Nicholas Nikolov Trade in breast implants like an old car? May 10, 2010

May 10, 2010

Trade in breast implants like an old car?

Women shouldn’t get the idea that changing breast sizes is as simple
as trading in a used car.

Dr. Nicholas Nikolov

But some Hollywood celebrities are acting that way.

“Stars are treating breast surgery like getting a new car,” says
Beverly Hills cosmetic surgeon Dr. Nicholas Nikolov. Celebrities decide
that their implants “are too big, too small, or they are uncomfortable.
So they trade them
in for a different model.”

He cites TV personality Sharon Osbourne, singer/designer Victoria
Beckham and actress Denise Richards among the stars
who have had their breast implants removed or plan to do so.

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AmericanHealthAndBeauty.com / Dr. Nicholas Nikolov Cosmetic Surgery Isn’t Vain – It’s Survival April 13, 2010

April 09, 2010

Cosmetic Surgery Isn’t Vain – It’s Survival

When does cosmetic surgery stop being about looking better
and start being about survival? 

It is no secret that beautiful people are revered.

We are all
painfully aware that each A-list celeb can be described as beautiful…if
not drop-dead gorgeous. Just take a look at George Clooney, Angelina
Jolie and Brad Pitt…

And now a recent study proves that human
beings are hard wired to actually prefer beautiful people. Couple that
with the legion of books which all hail the science of beauty, including
“Survival of the Prettiest” by Nancy Etcoff… all which lead us to
conclude that beauty is not quite as “skin deep” as stipulated by the
popular expression. A recent study conducted by ABC’s 20/20 shows that
human beings react more warmly to a person in distress if they are
beautiful. Which begs the question, are people really that shallow?

The answer, which is based in scientific fact, lends some much needed
insight…human beings are simply reacting to their own genetic instinct
when they appreciate and are drawn to beautiful people. But when you
combine the symptoms of “coveting beauty” to what can best be described
as a rocky economy you get an outcome that few could have predicted, a
spike in what many are labeling “survivalist” plastic surgery.

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Los Angeles Business Journal / Dr. Nicholas Nikolov Some Docs Find Lap-Band Ads Tough to Stomach April 12, 2010

April 12, 2010

Some Docs Find Lap-Band Ads Tough to Stomach

HEALTH CARE & BIOTECH: Beverly Hills
practitioners fear treatment is pushed as a quick fix.

By Deborah Crowe

The thousands of dollars that a controversial Beverly Hills surgery
center spent promoting its Lap-Band weight-loss procedure on billboards
around Los Angeles has been a mixed blessing for some lower-key
competitors in the 90210 ZIP code.

Dr. David Davtyan and Dr. Nicholas Nikolov appreciate the benefit
their own practices have received from the free publicity given to the
Lap-Band as a less invasive alternative to gastric bypass surgery.

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GMTV Oscar Beauty / Dr. Nicholas Nikolov Dr. Nikolov talks with GMTV April 5, 2010

Dr. Nikolov talks with GMTV

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Pasadena Weekly / Dr. Nicholas Nikolov Men under the knife March 29, 2010

Men under the knife

Plastic surgery is becoming more attractive to
men looking to recapture their youth

By Sara Cardine

When it comes to looks, Bruce is on top of things. The
58-year-old SoCal professional has lived a good life, maintained his
physique and is pleased with his overall appearance. But, until
recently, underneath the veneer of attractiveness was something Bruce
felt self-conscious about — scars left over from an accident he’d had as
a teenager. 
 
At the time, he said, doctors were
more concerned with saving his life than preserving his skin. He was
left with noticeable surgery scars that went through several layers of
tissue on his chest and back. For 40 years he kept them covered whenever
possible, though the gruesome reminders of his childhood misfortune
were always with him. 
 
“When I was out at the
beach, it looked that much more grotesque,” he recalled.
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The Doctors / Dr. Nicholas Nikolov  Dr. Nicholas Nikolov appears on “The Doctors” March 25, 2010

 Dr. Nicholas Nikolov appears on “The Doctors”

Dr. Nicholas Nikolov has
developed what he calls a Nick-Tuck procedure. This facelift is
performed while the patient is awake, with only local sedation.

*The following video contains images of an actual surgical procedure. These images are graphic and may be disturbing.* 

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AmericanHealthAndBeauty.com / Dr. Nicholas Nikolov Facelift Performed While You’re Awake – Today on “The Doctors” March 24, 2010

March 23, 2010

Facelift Performed While You’re Awake – Today on “The Doctors”

Non-surgical procedures have seen a boost in recent years largely
because many fear the long recovery period associated with cosmetic
surgery procedures. There are some physicians who have found a
happy medium for their patients that balances the more dramatic effects
of surgery while minimizing pain and downtime.

Facelift
is a very popular surgery amongst those looking to remove fine lines
and wrinkles and restore skin’s youthful tightness. However,
traditional facelift procedures involve some uncomfortable recovery and
significant swelling and bruising. Often several weeks pass before a
patient is really able to see the full results. New advances in
facelift technique are minimizing that recovery period and patients are
seeing their results sooner than ever.

Recently featured on The
Doctors,
Beverly Hills cosmetic surgeon Dr. Nicholas Nikolov has
developed what he calls a Nick-Tuck procedure. This facelift is
performed while the patient is awake, with only local sedation.
Additionally, Dr. Nikolov uses a fibrin glue to help adhere the skin
flap back to the underlying tissues. He says that this technique helps
reduce some of the signs of surgery such as bruising, swelling, and
discomfort. Dr. Nikolov also uses a smaller incision than with
classical facelift, so that the patient has less scarring as well.

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SMH.com.au / Dr. Nicholas Nikolov March 2, 2010 March 16, 2010

March 2, 2010

Who would have thought that in an age of excess and in a place where
the mantra seems to be “big is always better”, Hollywood’s leading
ladies would begin to downsize?

And I’m not talking about the size of their swish
mansions, length of their manicured fingernails or amount of hair
extensions glued to their scalp.

Oh no. Instead I’m talking about two distinct assets in
their lives: the age of their men and the size of their breasts.

Less is more ... Drew Barrymore reportedly has opted for smaller<br />
breasts.Less is more … Drew Barrymore reportedly has opted
for smaller breasts.

Let’s start with the men.

Last year, it was Newsweek magazine that boldly
declared 2009 was “the year of the cougar”.

And who could blame them? After all, it seemed everyone
from Jennifer Aniston to Ivana Trump to Madonna was dating a younger
man, effectively morphing the May/December relationship into the trend
du jour among the glam set.

In fact, ever since my serial singleton friend Andrew
introduced me to a sport he called “cougar
hunting
” when I started my blog, I’d long been fascinated by
this type of romantic union.

And it seems I’m not the only one. According to the
Australian Bureau of Statistics, relationships in which the woman is 10
years older than her partner have risen by 23 per cent since 1996, the
statistics making it quite clear it’s not only the celebrities who are
doing it.

Of course having a celebrity figurehead at the helm of a
dating trend helps loosen traditional dating conventions and encourages
the rest to follow suit.

And thanks to the likes of cougar It-girl Demi Moore and
pin-up toy boy Ashton Kutcher hooking up, getting hitched and flirting
with each other via their Twitter accounts, the trend has spread like
hot wax.

And the marketers have quickly cottoned on. Popping up on
the singles scene are speed dating events for cougars; online dating
sites for toy boys, “cougar cruises” and reality TV shows exploring the
theme.

Yet as with with all trends, it was inevitable that a
younger, swankier brand would soon emerge.

Yep, there are now a new brand of man hunters on the
block: the “pumas”.

These women are a little younger (in their 20s or 30s), a
little hotter and a little more vicious than their older counterparts.

And with Jennifer Aniston set to play a role in a new
film titled Pumas, one can only imagine what will happen to
relationships in the near future.

But on to another topical favourite: Hollywood breast
sizes. At the same time as leading ladies are downsizing when it comes
to their choices in men, many are also downsizing in another area of
their lives: their breasts.

It’s hard to believe that a cup of cleavage would ever go
out of fashion but it seems celebrities such as Denise Richards,
Victoria Beckham, Drew Barrymore and Jordan have all allegedly reduced
their cup sizes, all in the name of fashion.

Beverly Hills plastic surgeon Dr Nicholas Nikolov says that
he’s noticed the trend among his celebrity clients and says that, while
men will always be attracted to bigger breasts, things are slowly
starting to change.

“Men no longer appreciate larger breasts alone,” he said.
“They appreciate beauty of women with good proportions overall.”

My 28-year-old cameraman friend Joe concurs. He told me a
story about spotting a woman out on the street who had “the tiniest
legs and the tiniest waste, but the largest ‘rack’ I’d ever seen. She
should have tipped over. Physics doesn’t say she should operate that
way”.

While Joe admits he’s more of a “boob” man than a “butt”
guy, he says he’s more attracted to women who are “in proportion for
their height and who hold themselves with confidence”, rather than
someone who’s simply got large breasts for the sake of a bit of
cleavage.

Oh, and he also prefers to date older women too … just
in case you were wondering …

- http://www.smh.com.au/lifestyle/lifematters/keeping-abreast-of-hollywood-20100302-pfo1.html

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Australia Channel Ten / Dr. Nicholas Nikolov Dr. Nikolov Interviewed on Austrialia Channel Ten February 18, 2010

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The Galveston Daily News / Dr. Nicholas Nikolov Women have more help aging naturally February 1, 2010

January 31, 2010

Women have more help aging naturally

by Laura Elder

Victoria Homann is a firm believer in aging
gracefully. She exercises, eats nutritious foods and makes regular
visits to the League City practice of Dr. Elena Geppert, a plastic
surgeon.

But Homann, 48, isn’t ready for anything as drastic as a full face-lift. She hopes to avoid that for some time.

So
Homann, a grandmother who sells nutraceutical supplements for a living,
visits Geppert’s Harbour Plastic Surgery, 3033 Marina Bay Drive, for
minor procedures. Those include laser skin resurfacing and injectables
such as Botox, and hyaluronic acid fillers that help plump her face and
fill in lines. Homann said her favorite procedure is Sculptra
Aesthetic, a polylactic acid approved last year for cosmetic use, to
correct lines and folds. Sculptra is commonly referred to as the
“liquid face-lift.”

The recession hasn’t stopped U.S. consumers
from seeking professional help to turn back time. In 2008, doctors
performed 12 million plastic surgery procedures. But the economy has
changed the type of procedures in demand, observers say.

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EXTRA!! / Dr. Nicholas Nikolov Dr. Nicholas Nikolov talks about the “IDEAL IMPLANT” December 22, 2009

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to the Stars, on Channel 10 Sydney / Dr. Nicholas Nikolov Watch the video here! December 10, 2009
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Chats with the O.C. Register about plastic surgery trends / Dr. Nicholas Nikolov Dr. Nicholas Nikolov discusses plastic surgery trends with Colin Stewart! December 3, 2009
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The Look of Silicone with the Safety of Saline: The Ideal Implant / Dr. Nicholas Nikolov The Look of Silicone with the Safety of Saline: The Ideal Implant November 25, 2009

November 24, 2009

There are many options in breast augmentation
to consider such as what type of implant, whether to place it above or
below the muscle, and where to place the incision. Traditionally women
had only two options in their implants – saline or silicone. Several
doctors around the country are participating in an FDA investigation
into a new implant called The Ideal Implant.

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AmericaHealthAndBeauty.com / Dr. Nicholas Nikolov The Nikolov Center for Plastic Surgery is featured on AmericanHealthAndBeauty.com. November 17, 2009

November 12, 2009

The Nikolov Center for Plastic Surgery is featured on AmericanHealthAndBeauty.com.

Photo of Dr. Nicholas R. NikolovOur Philosophy

Plastic surgery is an important personal decision and event in your
life. Enhancing and improving your natural assets are the objective of
plastic surgery, so procedures are designed specifically around your
needs and desires, keeping in mind what is appropriate for you.

We
welcome you to come to our office for a consultation and to spend as
much time as you need discussing your expectations and desires. We are
committed to helping you understand all of your options before you
decide what is best for you

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AmericanHealthAndBeauty.com / Dr. Nicholas Nikolov Dr. Nicholas Nikolov shares his thoughts about the economy and aesthetic November 13, 2009

November 12, 2009

Dr. Nicholas Nikolov shares his thoughts about the economy and aesthetic

Plastic surgery
is a commonality in our society now as has an increasing desire for
youth. In this economy, people are still getting procedures done,
though perhaps differently than before. Board certified plastic surgeon
Dr. Nicholas Nikolov
of The Nikolov Center for Plastic Surgery recently spoke with the
Beverly Hills Courier about his views on the economy and its effect on
plastic surgery. Appearing young is no longer just about vanity, it’s
about getting or keeping employment.

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Beverly Hills Courier / Dr. Nicholas Nikolov Plastic Surgery Can Often Gauge The Economy, Says Dr. Nikolov October 23, 2009

October 23, 2009

Plastic Surgery Can Often Gauge The Economy, Says Dr. Nikolov

Plastic surgery is on a huge surge in
American culture where more than $10
billion was expended on it in 2008, a figure
expected to quadruple by 2015.

The old saying “youth is wasted on
the young” rings with a high shrill these
days. The advent of modern technology
and the Internet has gone the fastest period
of modernization ever to the business
environment. Looking savvy and vibrant
often means the difference between
becoming employed or staying employed.
One must have experience and a youthful
fresh appearance to stay competitive
whether in the executive suite or in the
general workforce.

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/ Dr. Nicholas Nikolov Dr. Nikolov Discusses Male Plastic Surgery October 12, 2009

October 7, 2009

 ”It’s a cultural change,” says Dr.
Nicholas Nikolov, a Beverly Hills plastic surgeon who has recorded a 30
per cent increase in male clients over the past three years. “The
perception is that people who are energetic and capable look youthful.
Patients want to look younger so that the outside matches their
enthusiasm and vigour inside.” – Dr. Nicholas Nikolov

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American Health & Beauty / Dr. Nicholas Nikolov How to Score a 10: Plastic Surgery for Men September 16, 2009

September 15, 2008 

How to Score a 10: Plastic Surgery for Men

According to movies, television shows and best selling
novels, the ideal look for a man must include 6 pack abs, a chiseled
jaw line, perfect pecs and oh, flawless skin… a tall order for even the
macho-est of the species.

So, more and more…men are turning to NIPS/ tucks and implants to achieve perfection.

In
a recent phenomenon, men now represent a growing segment of the
aesthetic surgery market. According to a February, 2008 consumer
survey, 57% of men approve of cosmetic surgery, with 20% saying they
would consider plastic surgery. Surprisingly, seventy-nine percent
(79%) of American men surveyed say they would not be embarrassed if
people, in addition to their family and close friends knew they had
undergone cosmetic surgery. Renowned plastic surgeon, Dr. Nicholas
Nikolov of The Nilolov Center in Beverly Hills, states “approximately
20% of my facelift patients are men.”

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KCAL fixing dogbite patient / Dr. Nicholas Nikolov KCAL fixing dogbite patient July 6, 2009

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