Doctor Profile

Perry Liu

Perry Liu

Perry Liu, MD
8929 WIlshire Blvd., Suite 400
Beverly Hills, CA 90211

Beverly Hills

California (CA)

Contact Contact Perry Liu
T: 310-855-3960
F: 310-382-2422

Plastic Surgery
Doctor's practice offers cosmetic/reconstructive procedures

Plastic Surgery


Dr. Liu is a Beverly Hills plastic surgeon, in private practice since 2009, who has built his practice around performing life-changing restorative breast reconstruction surgeries. He is also one of the few surgeons performing calf reduction surgery along with eyelid rejuvenation, Asian Rhinoplasty, transgender plastic surgery & feminization procedures, and advanced high definition liposuction and non-surgical face lifts. Dr. Liu’s cosmetic and reconstructive surgery skills incorporate a multitude of disciplines acquired throughout his ten years of advanced training, prior to starting his own practice. Additionally, throughout his career, he has trained with a multitude of world renowned cosmetic and reconstructive plastic surgeons, all known for their outstanding accomplishments in the field of reconstructive plastic surgery.

For those who have experienced devastating disfigurement from breast cancer, accidents or natural causes, Perry Liu, MD provides transformative cosmetic surgery that changes lives every day, helping to restore patients’ self - esteem and self – confidence by giving them a better perception of themselves. Dr. Liu specializes in One Stage, nipple-sparing, direct-to-implant breast reconstructions. By providing patients full reconstruction, at the actual time of their mastectomy, they can avoid the post-surgery discomfort of implants and weekly tissue expansion procedures. In many cases, this procedure also eliminates disfiguring scarring.

In the world of breast reconstruction surgery, Dr. Liu has refined the Pectoralis - Sparing Breast Reconstruction procedure, which gives patients natural - looking reconstructed breasts that duplicate healthy breast tissue, are soft, and fall to the side with positional changes. This technique is able to eliminate motion artifacts, post-breast reconstruction and other related deformities, restoring the natural appearance and behavior of women’s breasts. Another benefit of this surgery is that it can restore Pectoralis Major function and improve post-reconstruction arm weakness that many women experience.

In addition to performing complex breast reconstruction techniques, Dr. Liu is one of the few surgeons in the country who have expertise in calf reduction procedures. Patients, worldwide, seek out Dr. Liu for this unique procedure which minimizes musculature in the calf and removes unwanted adipose tissue that makes the calves look fat and results in “cankles”. Post-surgery, many of his patients are able to enjoy wearing shorts for the first time in their life or no longer have to spend half an hour squeezing into each knee-high boot.

In 2015, Dr. Liu began performing transgender plastic surgery and feminization procedures for those who are seeking a unified image of their body and soul. With his advanced surgical skills, he is able to perform precise and delicate transformative surgeries, whether for aesthetic reasons or life-changing reconstructive surgery, that produce great results with minimal scarring. Procedures include breast - related Top Surgery, Hip and Buttock Augmentation, High-Definition Liposculpting, and Calf Feminization and Mascularizing surgery. This combination of surgical skills is one of the reasons Dr. Liu is in high demand and consistently receiving high ratings from his patients.

Dr. Liu recently took the practice of advanced liposuction to a new height by training with Dr. Alfredo Hoyos, one the world leaders in High Definition Vaser Liposuction. These revolutionary techniques have changed the way liposuction is performed to produce the best aesthetic results. Dr. Liu’s High Definition Liposuction practice offers High Definition Arm and Calf Sculpting surgeries and lipo-sculpting of the torso to either enhance a patient’s masculinity or femininity.  He simultaneously balances out each patient’s figure with fat grafting to the pectoralis major muscle, deltoids, and buttocks to complete a well-crafted look.

Dr. Liu is also knowledgeable in Advanced Thread Lifting techniques, training with Korean Physician Dr. Han-Jin Kwon, who developed the Supra-V Thread Lifting technique for non-surgical face-lifting. This technique allows patients who don’t need surgery yet, another a way to improve their appearance and rejuvenate their facial features, which may be in the early stages of aging and sagging.

Dr. Liu’s professional background encompasses training with accomplished surgeons who have have been pioneers in plastic surgery. After graduating from Duke University with high honors, and Emory University Medical School in Atlanta, he completed seven years of General Surgery training at New York Medical College in NYC, of which two years was spent on a Plastic Surgery Research Fellowship at Harvard Medical School/Brigham & Women’s Hospital in Boston with Dr. Dennis Orgill.

His initial course of advanced study took him to Taiwan, where he completed a Microsurgical Fellowship at Chang-gung Memorial Hospital under world - leading microsurgeon Dr. Fu-Chan Wei. This experience gave Dr. Liu experience in performing advanced aesthetic and reconstructive techniques, including the most advanced Asian eyelid and nose procedures. 

He then began a Plastic Surgery Fellowship at Tulane University in New Orleans, training with Dr. Gustavo Colon, a preeminent aesthetic surgeon and former president of the American Society for Aesthetic Plastic Surgery. Through this Fellowship, he acquired extensive experience in breast cosmetic and reconstructive procedures, eyelid surgery, abdominal contouring, and advanced liposuction techniques. 

During his plastic surgery fellowship, Dr. Liu also trained with Dr. Robert Allen, the world - leading Microsurgical Autologous Breast Reconstruction expert and developer of the DIEP Breast Construction procedure that all reconstructive plastic surgeons now use. With his wide range of experience as a plastic surgeon, he opened his private cosmetic and reconstructive plastic surgery practice in Beverly Hills, California in 2009.

Over the course of his career, Dr. Liu has received multiple honors and awards. In 2017, he was named one of the “Top Ten Plastic Surgeons in Beverly Hills” while Los Angeles Magazine included him on their list of Top L.A. Doctors. Dr. Liu was also selected by Castle Connolly for their list of “Top Plastic Surgeons.” 

In 2013, Dr. Liu experienced a life-changing event when he was asked to join “Mission Ayacucho” (, a week-long humanitarian surgical project in Ayachuho, Peru. As part of a team of surgical experts, Dr. Liu has performed many reconstructive surgeries on indigent children and adults with cleft palates and serious burn scarring, while correcting other disfiguring deformities. Since then, he has returned to Ayacucho each summer to provide his expertise to those in need. 

Fluent in Mandarin and practiced in the art of Chinese painting, Dr. Liu understands the balance and harmony required at all stages of painting and utilizes this same  philosophy in his surgery to produce the best, most natural results for his patients.

Dr. Liu is a member of the American Society of Plastic Surgery and a Fellow of the American College of Surgeons. For more information, please visit:

Published In:

Southern California Super Doctors 2018
Southern California Super Doctors 2017
Top Doctors and Dentists for Women 2017
Southern California Super Doctors 2016

About Perry Liu

Medical School: Emory University School of Medicine

Graduation Year: 1999

Professional Webpage:

Honors and Awards:

• Phi Eta Sigma Honor Society (Duke University) - 1991

• Golden Key Honor Society (Duke University) - 1992

• Sigma Gamma Delta Honor Society (Duke University) - 1994

• Sirena WuDunn Memorial Scholarship in Asian Studies (Duke University) - 1994

• Poster of Distinction Award (Brigham and Women’s Hospital Research Exhibition) - October 8,       2003   (1st Prize $300)

• 2008 Stephen Mathes Research Award (Louisiana Society of Plastic Surgeons) - January 20,         2008     ($200 Prize)

• 2007-2008 Best Resident Research Presentation Award (Tulane/LSU Plastic Surgery)

Special Licenses/Certifications:

Professional Career

Private Practice (Pacific Aesthetic Institute) Aug ’09 to Present
      Board Certified Plastic Surgeon (American Board of Plastic Surgery)


• General Surgery

• Aesthetic Plastic Surgery

• Reconstructive Plastic Surgery

• Microsurgery

• Wound Healing

• Anti-aging & Cosmeceutical Skin Care

• Stem Cell Therapy & Anti-Aging Treatments

Professional Memberships

• American Medical Association

• American Society for Plastic Surgeons

• American College of Surgeons

Professional Activity:

Wound Healing & Stem Cell Research Fellowship (Harvard Medical School/Brigham &
Women’s Hospital) July ’02 - June ‘04

Completed a two year wound healing research fellowship at Brigham & Women’s Hospital
and Harvard Medical School. Investigated and published on the use of micro-mechanical
forces, bone marrow stem cells, and plate rich plasma on wound healing. Also investigated
and published on using hair follicle stem cells for skin re-pigmentation. Received multiple
research grants for these research efforts.

General Surgery Residency (New York Medical College) July ’99 – June ‘06

Completed General Surgery Residency at New York Medical College (Lincoln Hosp./Our Lady of Mercy Hosp.) in the Bronx, NY.

Microsurgical Fellowship (Chang-gung Memorial Hospital) July ’06 – June ‘07

Completed a microsurgical fellowship with Fu-Chan Wei at Chang-gung Memorial Hospital in Taipei, Taiwan. He is one of the world’s leading micro-surgeon. Training included Hand, Lower Extremity Reconstruction, Head and Neck Oncological Reconstruction, Breast Reconstruction, Brachial Plexus injuries, Nerve Tumor Resection/Reconstruction, Facial and extremity reanimation using functional free muscle transfers and nerve grafts.

Plastic Surgery Fellowship (Tulane University) July ’07 – June ‘09

Completed plastic surgery training at Tulane University Medical School. Comprehensive
training which encompasses all types of microsurgical oncological reconstructions, facial
trauma, pediatric plastic surgery, burn care and reconstruction, and wound care. Traned
with Robert Allen, world leader in free flap breast reconstruction, Calvin Johnson, world
leader in Rhinoplaties, and Gutavo Colon, world famous cosmetic surgeon. Major emphasis
was placed on cosmetic aspects of plastic surgery through the resident aesthetics clinic
under the supervision of Gustav Colon. Cases performed included both facial and body
aesthetic procedures. Training also included a mini-breast fellowship in all types of breast
reconstructions, reductions, and augmentations.

Publications, Lectures and Presentations:


2004 American Burn Association Meeting Abstract
Liu P, R. Chan, DH Lew, SI Ibrahim, CR Valeri, HB Hechtman, DP Orgill.Recombinant
Platelet Derived Growth Factor (Regranex) Has Modest Effect on Wound Closure in
Genetically Diabetic Mice. Supplement to Journal of Burn Care & Rehabilitation
March/April 2004, Vol. 25, No.2

• 2004 American Burn Association Meeting Abstract
Liu P, Lew D, Chan R; Mayer H, Ingber D; Mentzer SJ; Orgill DP. Micro-mechanical Force
Stimulation of Angiogenesis. Supplement to Journal of Burn Care & Rehabilitation
March/April 2004, Vol. 25, No.

• 2004 American Burn Association Meeting Abstract
Chan, R, E Garfein, PR Gigante, PH Liu, DP Orgill. Side Population Hematopoietic Stem
Cells Promote wound Healing. Supplement to Journal of Burn Care & Rehabilitation
March/April 2004, Vol. 25, No.2

• 2004 American Burn Association Meeting Abstract
Lew, DH, PH Liu, DP Orgill. Optimization of U-V Cross-linking Density for Durable &
Nontoxic Collagen GAG Dermal Substitute. Supplement to Journal of Burn Care &
Rehabilitation March/April 2004, Vol. 25, No.2

• 2004 American Burn Association Meeting Abstract
Kwon, H, EK Nishimura, DH Lew, PH Liu, DE Fisher, DP Orgill. Renewable Source of
Melanocytes for Transplantation and Pigment Manipulation. Supplement to Journal of
Burn Care & Rehabilitation March/April 2004, Vol. 25, No.2

• 2003 Experimental Biology Meeting AbstractChan, R, R Srey, P Liu, DH Lew, N Verna, SI Ibrahim, S Oakes, CR Valeri, HB Hechtman,DP Orgill. Expired liquid preserved platelet releasates retain proliferative activity. Supplement to Federation of American Societies For Experimental Biology

• Pietramaggiori G, Liu P, Scherer SS, Kaipainen A, Prsa MJ, Mayer H, Newalder J,
Alperovich M, Mentzer SJ, Konerding MA, Huang S, Ingber DE, Orgill DP.Tensile forces
stimulate vascular remodeling and epidermal cell proliferation in living skin. Ann Surg.
2007 Nov;246(5):896-902.

• Chan RK, Garfein E, Gigante PR, Liu P, Agha RA, Mulligan R, Orgill DP. Side population
hematopoietic stem cells promote wound healing in diabetic mice. Plast Reconstr
Surg. 2007 Aug;120(2):407-11; discussion 412-3.

• Lew DH, Liu PH, Orgill DP.Optimization of UV cross-linking density for durable and
nontoxic collagen GAG dermal substitute. J Biomed Mater Res B Appl Biomater. 2007

• Chan RK, Liu PH, Pietramaggiori G, Ibrahim SI, Hechtman HB, Orgill DP. Effect of
recombinant platelet-derived growth factor (Regranex) on wound closure in
genetically diabetic mice. J Burn Care Res. 2006 Mar-Apr;27(2):202-5.

• Chan RK, Liu P, Lew DH, Ibrahim SI, Srey R, Valeri CR, Hechtman HB, Orgill DP. Expired
liquid preserved platelet releasates retain proliferative activity. J Surg Res. 2005 Jun

• 2008 Aesthetic Facial Reconstruction in Adults and Children Symposium Abstract
Ernest S. Chiu, Perry H. Liu, Paul L. Friedlander. Head and Neck Oncologic
Reconstruction using Supraclavicular Artery Flap.

• Book Chapter: Chan, Rodney, Liu, Perry Hsien-Tsung, Orgill, Dennis P. "Wound Healing:
An Orchestration of Humoral and Cellular Forces" in Encyclopedia of the
Microvasculature. Shepro, D. (editor), Elsevier Academic Press.

• article: Liu PH, E Chiu. Flaps, Muscle and Musculocutaneous Flaps.

• Kwon H, Liu P, Lew DH, Nishimura EK, Orgill DP. Hair Follicle Melanocyte Cells as a
Renewable Source of Melanocytes for Culture and Transplantation. Eplasty. 2008 Jan;
8: e7

• Liu PH, ES Chiu. Supraclavicular Artery Island Flap: A New Technique for Pharyngeal
Reconstruction. Annals of Plastic Surgery. Ann Plast Surg. 2009 May;62(5):497-501.

• Chiu ES, Liu PH, Friedlander PL. Supraclavicular artery island flap for head and neck
oncologic reconstruction: indications, complications, and outcomes. Plast Reconstr
Surg. 2009 Jul; 124(1):115-23.

• Commentary Sections: Oxley, PJ. Classifications in Facial Plastic Surgery. Plural
Publishing. 2009.

• Chiu, ES, Liu, PH, Baratelli, R, Lee, MY, Chaffin, A, Friedlander, PL. Circumferential
Pharyngoesophageal Reconstruction with a Supraclavicular Artery Island Flap. Plast
Reconstr Surg. 2010 Jan; 125(1):161-166.

Pending Publications

• Book Chapter: Liu, PH, FC Wei. Anterolateral Thigh Flap in Lower Extremity Reconstruction.
• Liu, PH, FC Wei. Radial Forearm Flap.


• Micro-mechanical Force Stimulation of Angiogenesis. Brigham & Women’s Hospital
Research Poster Presentation; October 14, 2003.

• Micro-mechanical Force Stimulation of Angiogenesis, American Burn Association,
Vancouver, BC; March 25, 2004.

• Micro-mechanical Force Stimulation of Wound Healing - American College of
Surgeons Clinical Congress, New Orleans, LA; October 22, 2004

• Micro-mechanical Force Stimulation of Wound Healing - Surgical Grand Rounds, Our
Lady of Mercy Hospital; November 18, 2004

• Supraclavicular Artery Flap: A versatile local-regional fasciocutaneous flap for
head and neck reconstruction - Louisiana Society of Plastic Surgery 2008

Other Outstanding Achievements:

Research Grants

• CIMIT New Concept Award (2003) Tension Induced Angiogenesis in Wound Healing Funding: $25,000

• CIMIT Proof of Principle Award (2004) Application of Micro-Mechanical Forces to Accelerate Wound Healing Funding: $75,000

Research Experience

Duke University (Beaufort, NC) Fall 1993

 • The Effects of Nitric Oxide on Invertebrate Marine Larvae (Bugula Neritina, Artemia salina, and Balanus amphitrite)

Duke University Medical Center (Durham, NC) June’94 – June‘95

 • The Purification of Guanylate Cyclase
 • Nitric Oxide Regulation of Guanylate Cyclase During Intercellular Signal Transduction
 • Nitric Oxide Mediated Gene Induction in E. coli

National Taiwan University (Taipei, Taiwan) Summer ’96

 • Aracadonic Acid Mediated Anti-oxidant Responses in Endothelial Cells

Brigham & Women’s Hospital/Harvard (Boston, MA) June’02 – June‘04

 • Micromechanical Force Stimulation of Angiogenesis/Wound Healing
 • Platelet Releasates and Wound Healing
 • Stem Cells and Wound Healing
 • Optimization of UV Cross-linked Collagen-GAG Matrices
 • Melanocyte transplantation using plucked hair follic

Educational Background:

Emory Medical School (Atlanta, Ga) July ’95 – May ‘99
Medical Doctor degree from Emory University.

Duke University (Durham, NC) July ’91 – May ‘95
Bachelor of Science with a double major in Biology and History. Spent a semester at the
Duke Marine Lab in Beaufort, NC.

Westminster Schools (Atlanta, Ga) August ’86 – May ‘91
High School

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