Below is a list of links to various media coverage of Dr. Patel and his accomplishments:
Dr Patel Appears as a Guest on Jubilee Media’s: The Middle Ground
Jason Nash, Erin and Carly from the Vlog Squad visit the office
Dr. Patel discusses post-finasteride syndrome
Dr. Sagar Patel, a facial plastic and hair restoration surgeon in Beverly Hills, California, believes the Reuters findings are credible, but he isn’t too convinced that Propecia’s side effects are as alarming as these reports may suggest.
Dr. Patel discusses Buccal Fat Removal with RealSelf News
Even men are getting wise to the perks of the procedure. “Fifty percent of my buccal fat consults are guys,” says Dr. Sagar Patel, a facial plastic surgeon in Beverly Hills, California. “The majority are wanting to look more mature and masculine so [that] people at work will take them seriously.” Imagine that—getting plastic surgery because you want to look older.
Dr. Patel discusses Buccal Fat Removal with CosmeticTown TV
Beverly Hills plastic surgeon, Dr. Sagar Patel and his beautiful patient share a special case with us of Buccal Fat Pad Removal.
The Patels of Beverly Hills are interviewed by VoyageLA
In this article Dr. Patel discusses his involvement in the Patels of Beverly Hills.
Dr. Patel Wins Prestigious Ben Shuster Memorial Research Award
Former Wayne State School of Medicine Otolaryngology resident Sagar Patel MD was award the 2017-2018 Ben Shuster Memorial Research Award for best fellowship research paper.
Sagar Patel Aesthetics Announces Novel Acceptance of Cryptocurrency for Payment
Using the Coinbase Commerce platform, Sagar Patel Aesthetics, has begun accepting payments for all surgical fees. This move marks the continued integration of cryptocurrencies into industries outside e-commerce.
CNN Published Posts about the team Dr. Patel led to rural India in 2008
CNNU is following two student teams from the University of Southern California as they work to improve the quality of life in India.
Article Outlining Dr. Patel’s innovative efforts in bringing Google Glass to Healthcare
Sagar Patel, MD, a resident in the department of otolaryngology at the Barbara Ann Karmanos Cancer Insitute and Wayne State University School of Medicine in Detroit, had a feeling that Google Glass might be able to improve patient care.
Article Highlighting Dr. Patel’s landmark study on opioid use patterns after rhinoplasty
In the study of 62 patients, the vast majority – 74 percent – used only 15 or less out of the 20 to 30 pain pills their surgeons prescribed.
‘For all surgeons in the practice opioid prescribing, it’s done on an arbitrary basis,’ says Dr Sagar Patel, lead study author.
CORE Grant Recipients
Dr. Patel was awarded a prestigious CORE grant to further study facial trauma biomechanics