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New Mommy Makeover Service at Inland Empire's Plastic Surgery So Cal Garners Rave Reviews - Mommy Makeover, Tummy Tuck and Breast Augmentation by Dev Wali, MD
Date:11/7/2013

The most recent praise offered at RealSelf was written by a patient on whom Dr. Wali performed the Mommy Makeover. This patient posted a detailed report on her recovery from the procedure, and was extremely pleased with the results. Over a ten-week period, beginning on the day following her procedure, the patient posted her post-op experiences, even including pre- and post-op photos of her progress.

Praising Dr. Wali, she wrote, “Dr. Wali will take the time to explain everything even when he's busy and his waiting room is filled. He will never make you feel rushed.” RealSelf members rank their plastic surgeons in several categories, and this patient gave Dr. Wali five stars in every available category. “If I could add stars to this page I would give it all to Dr.Wali,” she added. “He has every right to be proud of his work. It is very important to choose a good doctor but Dr. Wali is more that. He truly cares about his patients and you feel that as soon as he starts talking. He made me very comfortable and made sure all my questions were answered.”

She also offered advice to other women planning on having the same Mommy Makeover procedure. “Be patient,” she advises, “You've waited years to get a flat tummy, don't ruin it by going crazy at the gym.”

Upon completing her recovery period, she wrote “I am loving my new body. I always loved shopping but I love it even more now. Happy happy happy me!”

A blend of science and the artistic understanding of beauty

Dr. Wali, a board-certified plastic surgeon in Los Angeles, California, performs many cosmetic surgery procedures. Dr. Wali integrates his experience and knowledge to provide minimally invasive techniques that bring youth and beauty to the face and body. He is on the cutting edge of cosmetic surgery, presenting research on surgical techniques at national plastic surgery symposiums and teaching plastic surgery residents at the University of Southern California
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