Beverly Hills Facial Plastic Surgeon
120 S. Spalding Drive, Suite 340
Beverly Hills, California 90212 US
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After My AQUAMID Disaster...- Beverly Hills, CA

As you can read at my profile i went to hell because of aquamid now about 4 years passed and im looking for the best plastic surgeon to fix my right cheek, I was wondering if someone had cheek implants or revision with dr: Binder from Beverlly Hills...Im seriouslly thinking to have this procedure done sometime soon :))

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Board Certifications

Board-certified by the American Board of Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery and American Board of Otolaryngology


American Academy of Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery (AAFPRS)
Fellow, American College of Surgeons (FACS)

Consultation Fee

A consulation fee may apply.

Hospital Privileges

Dr. Binder has hospital affiliations at UCLA School of Medicine, Cedars Sinai Medical Center.


  • Undergraduate & Medical School

    B.A., Biology, Syracuse University
    Syracuse, NY, 1969

    Medical School:
    M.D., University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey
    Newark, NJ, 1973

  • Post-Medical School Training

    Medicine and Surgery; Mt. Zion Hospital and Medical Center
    San Francisco, CA, 1974

    General Surgery, St. Mary's Hospital and Medical Center, 1974-1975
    St Francis Hospital Burn Center
    San Francisco, CA, 1975
    Chief Resident, Head and Neck Surgery/Otolaryngology, Mt. Sinai Medical Center/School of Medicine
    New York, NY, 1978

    Advanced Training Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery; The American Academy of Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery
    Los Angeles, CA 1979

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Is Swelling Post-rhinoplasty Hard to the Touch?

The hard peritip nasal swelling is usually what patients feel postoperatively.  The hard feel to the nasal tip and peritip area of the nose is... READ MORE

Genioplasty to Increase Chin Vertical Height?

Genioplasty is a procedure that moves the bone forward and will increase projection. However, a chin implant, which is simpler and a much smaller... READ MORE

Do Bones Swell After Rhinoplasty?

After a rhinoplasty procedure, the thickness is a result of the swelling of the skin overlying the bone. The bone itself does not swell. It usually... READ MORE

How Can I Tell if my Bulbous Tip is Able to Be Reduced?

Skin thickness will have an effect on the long term outcome of rhinoplasty.  Thicker skin will have a tendency to retain swelling longer and... READ MORE

Is It Possible to Remove Botox from Unwanted Areas?

There is no way to remove Botox from any area once it has been injected.  Depending on the dose used, it usually takes 2 - 3 months for the... READ MORE

Callous on Nose After Rhinoplasty?

There is a significant amount of swelling 6 weeks after rhinopoplasty.  The callus formation or lump under the skin may also be swelling due... READ MORE

Septoplasty Vs Rhinoplasty for Crooked Nose?

Septoplasty alone will not fix a crooked nose. This will require rhinoplasty as well to either straighten the bones and or cartilagenous structures of... READ MORE

Difficulty Closing Left Eyelid After Botox

Botox was most likely was injected into the frown muscle, but spread into the upper eyelid. If it spreads into the upper eyelid, it probably paralyzed... READ MORE

Can a Facial Implant Move Around in Your Face?

If a cheek implant is placed in the right plane (i.e. the subperiosteal plane), it will not move. It is usually fixed in place by the surrounding... READ MORE

Above Vs Under Eyelid Stitches for Upper Blepharoplasty?

The upper blepharoplasty, by definition, is the excision of the excess upper eyelid skin.  Therefore, the incision must be placed over the... READ MORE

Before and After Photos by Dr. Binder

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