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“Beverly Hills Plastic and Cosmetic Surgery continues to go global” by Beverly Hills Plastic and Cosmetic Surgeon, Dr. Francis R Palmer, III.

“Beverly Hills Plastic and Cosmetic Surgery continues to go global” by Beverly Hills Plastic and Cosmetic Surgeon, Dr. Francis R Palmer, III.

Beverly Hills has long been regarded as the mecca of Pplastic and Cosmetic Surgery and the home to some of the most beautiful people in the world. This is a reputation justly deserved as Beverly Hills has some of the most famous Plastic and Cosmetic Surgeons working on some of the richest and most influential people in the world. Hey, if it’s good enough for the celebs…can’t blame regular folk from flocking to Beverly Hills for their self-improving “Nip and Tucks”.

As a Beverly Hills Plastic and Coismetic Surgeon, for over 16 years, and having had an adittional practice in London…I have a unique perspective on the skill level of the Beverly Hills Plastic and Cosmetic Surgeons versus those from the UK, Italy and the rest of Europe. Let me say this as tactfully as I can, because it’s not my intention to insult anyone. I believe, that American in general and Beverly Hills Plastic and Cosmetic Surgeons, in particular, are the best trained and most aesthetically gifted in the world! That’s why Beverly Hills Plastic and Cosmetic Surgeons continue to be featured in magazines and TV shows all around the world.

Such was the case today, when I was interviewed for a German magazine and national radio show showcasing Beverly Hills as the hub of Plastic and Cosmetic Surgery. The interviewer asked me about my “Palmer Beauty Principles” and about the perception that beauty is becoming globalized. I said “why should that surprise anyone? Business, marketing, product branding and finaces are all being globalized, so why not our perception of what is beautiful? Don’t they show the same movies all over the world? Doesn’t the internet bring instantaneous images and information to an ever shrinkingworld.? We are a global society and that is unlikely to stop anytime soon.”