Los Altos Plastic Surgeon
715 Altos Oaks Drive
Los Altos, California 94024 US
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5 out of 5 stars Sientra Breast Implants

24 Years Old, No Kids, 36a -600 Cc Sientra Smooth Round Silicone Unders - Palo Alto, CA

Dr. Maser is very down to earth and personable. I was extremely comfortable with him and his staff from the time of my consultation through the end of my surgery and I am very happy with my choice. It was an easy, no pressure situation and his ability to help make decisions based on aesthetically pleasing outcomes was amazing. We agreed on everything from the incision, implant placement and size from the start and my recovery has been relatively easy. Very very pleased!

43 and Want to Be Free - Palo Alto, CA

Dr Maser in Palo Alto is performing removal

5 out of 5 stars Breast Augmentation

Puberty Was Disappointing to Say the Least. Finally Taking the Plunge and Getting the Bewbies I've Always Wanted - Palo Alto, CA

I was referred to him by a friend of a friend. He was my third doctor I had consulted with. He was very personable, and professional. I truly feel like he has my goals and best interest in mind. Dr. Maser was never in a rush to talk to me. He truly cares about his patients, their feelings and concerns.

*Your results may vary. Any specific claims or permanence length of results vary for each patient and are not guaranteed.

Board Certifications

Board-certified by the American Board of Plastic Surgery

Memberships

American Society of Plastic Surgeons (ASPS)

Education

  • Undergraduate & Medical School

    Undergraduate: University of California, Berkeley
    Medical: Jefferson Medical College Philadelphia, PA
  • Post-Medical School Training

    Residencies:
    General Surgery, University of Washington
    Plastic Surgery, University of Washington

Treatments offered at Palo Alto Medical Foundation

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Can I fly after a breast augmentation?

If you are 6 weeks out from the hematoma drainage, and everything is going well, you should have no problem flying. Make sure you get up and walk... READ MORE

Deformed and mutilated . What to do? Please help! (photos)

You are only a few days postop. For now, it is best to be patient.Your implants are riding high, as many do after surgery. Likely they will come down,... READ MORE

Is it OK to mow the grass after breast augmentation? (photos)

As long as you are feeling fine, at 6 weeks it is safe to mow the lawn, or do any activities that don't cause discomfort. If you do overdo it, listen... READ MORE

Facelift six-hour surgery with local and oral sedation?

Everyone is different. Some people do really well with local and sedation, others do not. That said, 6 hours is an awfully long time for local... READ MORE

Can someone who has Incisional hernia get it repaired and have a tummy tuck at the same time?

Incisional hernias can absolutely be repaired at the time of a tummy tuck. Combining these procedures makes good sense for a number of reasons and... READ MORE

Which one has lower capsular contractor rate? Periareola or inframammary?

Good question-a study from Plastic And Reconstructive Surgery in November of 2013 sighted periareolar incision placement as a risk factor for capsular... READ MORE

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