Dr. Lavinia Chong is a second-generation cosmetic surgeon practicing in Newport Beach, California. She is dedicated to providing the highest quality patient-centric care to her patients. Her caring manner, attentiveness, and outgoing personality make her practice one of the most popular in the area. Her skills as a surgeon are supported by an experienced staff that has been well-trained to recognize and respect the rights of her patients while providing a pleasant, safe and caring environment.
Our facility is accredited by the institute of Medical Quality, a division of the California Medical Association and has passed surveys successfully, since 1996. Chong Plastic Surgery (CPS) maintains vigorous Quality Assurance program to ensure that all equipment, personnel, and protocols are regularly inspected, trained and formatted to the highest standard of excellence.
“I am so impressed with Dr. Chong. She is kind, professional and very knowledgeable. I went in to have a previous procedure removed and she was so comforting and reassuring. They got me in very quick after my first consultation and the staff was all amazing. I highly recommend anyone to go to her.” – Jennie R.
“The best of the best! Dr. Chong is amazing. She and her staff provide excellent care to their patients! They are prompt responsive and caring. They go above and beyond to meet your needs. I highly recommend her!” – Laurie W.
“Dr. Chong is #1 by far, the best I’ve encountered. Her attention to detail and follow-up care she provides is exemplary. She is professional, honest and encourages patient input. Her team is amazing; they reflect her sense of style & dedication. I can highly recommend Dr. Chong to anyone considering x-plantation. She did a fantastic job, I couldn’t be happier!” – Client from Palm Desert, CA
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