Thank you for considering Dr. Nirav Savalia and the breast reconstruction team at Newport Beach Center for Plastic Surgery. Working together with Hoag hospital, we are a highly experienced and coordinated team of oncologists, radiologists, pathologists, and a board certified plastic surgeon. Dr. Savalia has been working with the same, highly-respected, talented team members for many years, and we are all very proud of what we are able to achieve for women.
We ask that you please send the necessary patient information and photographs. Dr. Savalia will review the provided information to determine if the patient is a possible candidate and whether it is worth the patient flying out for an in-person consultation.
If approved, the patient will fly out to Newport Beach for her breast surgery and reconstruction. The patient will then return home after 1-2 weeks to continue any further cancer treatment.
If you have any questions or are interested in referring a patient, please contact our team at (949) 759-0980.
If you have questions about breast reconstruction, my staff and I are happy to help. By working with a team of Southern California's most experienced breast reconstruction surgeons, radiologists, and nurses, we are able to provide women with the best possible options for one of the most life-changing and rewarding surgeries. Please contact us online or call (949) 759-0980 for more information.
Dr. Savalia is known for the most innovative, advanced breast reconstruction techniques. He is a board certified plastic surgeon and artist who creates the most natural, elegant, personalized aesthetic results. He is as renown for his care and compassion as he is for extraordinary outcomes. This is why he was named one of Orange County’s Physicians of Excellence by his peers.
Dr. Savalia’s Breast Health Center team includes the finest oncologists, radiation specialists, geneticists, and nurse navigators. Being cared for by an established team is a great advantage for patients.
"I prefer a light-handed approach that leaves my patients looking visibly rejuvenated, not surgically enhanced."