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Dr. Patricia Faraz is an OB/GYN and Medical Aesthetics Specialist who serves patients at Pacific Women's Center in Ladera Ranch, CA. Dr. Faraz is a board certified physician and a fellow of American Congress of Obstetricians and Gynecologists. She earned her medical degree from University of Illinois School of Medicine in Chicago. She completed her internship and residency at Saint Joseph’s Hospital in Chicago. She has also trained extensively in medical aesthetics procedures and techniques for injectables and dermal fillers as well as aesthetics laser treatments. Dr. Faraz is one of the first physicians in Orange County to perform non-invasive permanent fat reduction, lipolysis procedure using SculpSure. She is also the first physician in Orange County, CA to offer Lumenis FemTouch vaginal rejuvenation treatment, significantly improving the vaginal health of her post-partum patients as well as patients with menopausal or stress urinary incontinence issues.
Her OB/GYN practice is focused on personal attention and care for each patient. Dr. Faraz believes that every woman should be well and healthy and very importantly, feel good about herself. Therefore, she caters to women’s OB/GYN health as well as medical aesthetics. She specializes her OB/GYN practice to general and high-risk obstetrics care and delivery as well as routine gynecologic exams and hormonal management of post-menopausal women, gynecological procedures such as endometrial ablations and laparoscopic hysterectomies. Dr. Faraz is an excellent surgeon and a proponent of minimally-invasive surgical techniques for the treatment of gynecological disorders.
Dr. Faraz has been offering medical aesthetics treatments since 2006.
Obstetrics & Gynecology
University of Illinois College of Medicine
Saint Joseph Mercy Hospital
30492 Gateway Place
Rancho Mission Viejo, CA
Office: (877) 696-3622
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