Beverly Hills Physicians receives ALLERGAN PARTNER PRIVILEGES Top 50 award

Throughout Southern California, Beverly Hills Physicians has long been the ideal option for cosmetic procedures like breast augmentation. With BHP's various facilities throughout the region (each approved by the American Association for Accreditation of Ambulatory Surgery, Inc.), their plastic surgery patients always know they're receiving the safest and most effective surgery. Further still, their experience, skill and dedication to cost-effective treatment means that every patient can achieve the same level of quality you'd expect to see among breast implants in Beverly Hills. That's why it is such a pleasure to announce that BHP was recently presented with the prestigious ALLERGAN PARTNER PRIVILEGES® (APP) Top 50 award – for the second year in a row!

Allergan is a global, technology-driven multi-specialty health care company that is pursuing therapeutic advances to help patients to live their life to the fullest and achieve their potential. In 2006, Allergan added breast aesthetics to its business portfolio. Their recognition of Beverly Hills Physicians for their achievement in this field, as well as for their use of Lap Band, Botox and Juvederm is a testament to the network's unparalleled level of insight into their patients' wants and needs.

No matter what inspires one's decision to receive breast augmentation or other aesthetic treatment, the choice is never reached without significant contemplation. For many, the thought of undergoing surgery can lead to understandable concern and even anxiety. For these patients, the impressive accolades achieved by BHP serve to significantly relieve anxiety and ensure their experience is comfortable and stress-free. As well as breast aesthetics, Allergan awarded BHP again this year for their effective use of Botox, Juvederm and Lap Band. Impressively, the acclaimed health network rose in ranking from #19 to #12.

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