Beverly Hills Physician Dr Hassid migrated to U.S. in 1984, at the age of 17. He currently resides with his wife and 2 children in Beverly Hills, CA.
He graduated with honors from UCLA in 1989, earning his bachelor’s degree in Biology. He attended medical school at UC-Davis in northern California and graduated in 1993. He then continued his medical training in General Surgery at UC-Davis medical center and later at Los Angeles County, USC medical center.
After practicing General Surgery for many years, he developed an interest in the field of cosmetic surgery. He then started training with some of the country’s most respected surgeons in the field of cosmetic surgery and currently trains other Plastic surgeons in this field.
Dr. Hassid has been exclusively practicing cosmetic surgery in Beverly Hills, California for the past 10 years and he is dedicated to restoring appearance, self-esteem, function, and quality of life to his patients.
Dr. Hassid continues to stay abreast of innovations in the field of cosmetic surgery with many hours of advanced training each year, making sure you get the very latest in care. He strives in providing the latest in non-surgical cosmetic procedures in ways that you can effectively maintain your youth and vitality with minimal downtime.
An approachable doctor, Dr. Hassid is always happy to explain procedures in detail and work out a plan of action with his patients.
In short, Dr. Hassid is a qualified surgeon who puts your needs first and is dedicated to helping you get the best cosmetic procedure results.
Beverly Hills-Wilshire Cosmetic Institute8920 Wilshire BoulevardBeverly Hills, CA 90211
- Chemical Peels
- Laser Skin Resurfacing
Education & Training
- Undergraduate School: University of California-Los Angeles
- Graduate School: University of California-Davis
- Residency: University of Southern California - LAC+USC Medical Center
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