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Dr. Adam Tattelbaum Creates The Perfect Curves with Brazilian Butt Lift
Maryland Plastic Surgeon Dr. Adam Tattelbaum is considered one of the top plastic surgeons in Maryland offering body contouring procedures. The new and latest craze in body contouring is the Brazilian Butt Lift procedure according to Dr. Tattelbaum.
Dr. Tattelbaum says, “the Brazilian Butt Lift procedure is by far one of the fastest growing procedures in plastic surgery, the procedure allows a patient to extract fat from one area of the body like the stomach, hips and thighs and have the fat inserted into the buttock area creating a more attractive figure”. This procedure uses some of the most advanced technology in body sculpting, creating beautiful, desirable figures.
One of the most unique aspects of this new procedure is it doesn’t require any implants and reuses the patient’s own natural fat cells to create a fuller look where they desire it. One of the most unique aspects of this procedure is it accomplishes two goals in one procedure. By taking fat from other parts of the body the patient will be thinner and fuller where desired.
The Brazilian Butt Lift procedure starts with extracting fat from areas the patient would like to thin out using liposuction. The fat is extracted and processed through a series of syringes and centrifuges that separates the living cells from dead cells. The material is then injected into the buttocks area in a series of dozens of different injections using small cannulas that don’t leave any type of scars. The amount of fat that is injected into the buttocks is entirely up to the patients goals with their buttocks.
The Brazilian Butt Lift procedure doesn’t cause a lot of discomfort since small cannulas are used to extract and insert the fat into the buttocks. It is recommended that for three weeks following the procedure not to sit directly on the area where the injections took place. The procedure does produce a permanent long lasting result as long as the post-operative directions are followed.
Dr. Tattelbaum is a graduate of the University of Pennsylvania. He attended medical school at Columbia College of Physicians and Surgeons in New York City where he received Honors in his plastic surgical rotation. He was Chief Resident at New York’s Mount Sinai Medical Center. Dr. Tattelbaum completed his plastic surgery training at Georgetown University and Harvard University. He is currently a member of the clinical faculty at Georgetown, where he has taught. He is an attending physician at many regional hospitals.