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Dan Mills, M.D.
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Dedicated to meeting your surgical and non-surgical aesthetic enhancement goals

Welcome to Aesthetic Plastic Surgical Institute, a comprehensive practice dedicated to meeting your surgical and non-surgical aesthetic enhancement goals with beautiful, natural-looking results. Since opening our doors in 1988, board-certified plastic surgeon Daniel C. Mills, MD has served the Laguna Beach, Dana Point, and Orange County, California area with an array of advanced plastic surgery procedures designed to bring out your natural beauty and help you look more youthful and vibrant.

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I can confidently look people right in the eye and feel great about it... He gave me a new lease on life in every respect. He’s the greatest. Thank you, Dr. Mills.
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