2081 San Joaquin Hills Road
Newport Beach, CA 92660
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601 South Figueroa Street, Suite 4050
Los Angeles, CA 90017
Many of Dr. Cruise’s gynecomastia patients reside in Los Angeles and the surrounding areas. When you want the best gynecomastia surgeon, travel is of little concern, this is why patients travel to LA Gynecomastia’s surgery center located just 40 miles South of Los Angeles. As the premier gynecomastia practice in all of Los Angeles, you can rest assured you will receive the best male breast reduction care available. The easy commute from Los Angeles to our Orange County surgical center, is well worth the trip. There are also many hotels and restaurants in the area making it a convenient place to stay one or two nights.
The City of Los Angeles spans 472 sq. miles.
The County of Los Angeles is 4,084 sq. miles, while the Five-County area which includes Los Angeles, Ventura, Riverside, Orange County and San Bernardino is 34,135 sq. miles.
There are 88 incorporated cities in LA County.
Source: LACity.org, LACounty.org, California State Association of Counties – counties.org
City of Los Angeles: 4.0 Million
County of Los Angeles: 10.1 Million
Los Angeles Five-County Area: 18.6 Million
Los Angeles County holds the record of the first in the nation to reach 10 million residents.
The diverse ethnic population of Los Angeles has become a cultural hub of the Pacific Rim. People from more than 180 countries, speaking 140 different identified languages reside in Los Angeles.
Los Angeles does not have a majority population.
Hispanic or Latino (of any race): 47.9 percent
White, non-Hispanic: 27.5 percent
Asian/Pacific Islander: 13.7 percent
African-American: 8.1 percent
American Indian/Others: 2.8 percent
Los Angeles County has 75 miles of coastline with some of the best beaches in Southern California. Malibu, Venice, Santa Monica, and Manhattan beach are some of the more popular beach cities in Los Angeles. They offer plenty of amazing restaurants, trendy shops, and outdoor activities.
In 2015 there were 45.5 million visitors to Los Angeles. An estimated 19.6 billion dollars was spent while visiting the area.
Source: Discover Los Angeles