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He graduated in Plastic, Reconstructive and Aesthetic Surgery at the European level (EPOBRAS) and Switzerland (FMH) and since 2012 he is the President of the Group of Plastic Surgeons of Geneva at the Association of Doctors of the Canton of Geneva (AMG).
Well-versed in the traditional techniques, he is also adept in new and evolving techniques in aesthetic surgery. He is known for being approachable and very 'hands-on' in the care of his patients, seeing to it that their surgical options are clearly explained and well understood.
They address principles, techniques, and basic science, then plastic surgery of various body regions and organs, as well as congenital anomalies and pediatric plastic surgery, aesthetic surgery, and body contouring.
Aesthetica Clinic -- one of the leaders in Dubai in its segment with latest innovations in aesthetic medicine and Aesthetic surgery -- uses premium and FDA-approved equipment and devices.
'As many as 200 cases of [breast implant-associated ALCL] have been described worldwide, with a majority in the context of cosmetic primary breast augmentation or cancer-related breast reconstruction with the use of a textured implant (57% of all cases)," the investigators wrote in Aesthetic Surgery Journal.
DUBAI: Dubai is all set to launch the region's first cosmetic and aesthetic surgery hospital.
Zemmel co-authored a Journal of Plastic, Reconstructive & Aesthetic Surgery article about his patient diagnosed with ALCL of the breast.
NEW YORK, N.Y., March 12,2019 -- The FDA should expedite its oversight of companies and clinics offering stem cell-based products and therapies, two cosmetic surgeons wrote in an article recently published in the Aesthetic Surgery Journal, published by the American Society for Aesthetic Plastic Surgery (ASAPS).
NEW YORK, N.Y., March 12, 2019 -- The FDA should expedite its oversight of companies and clinics offering stem cell-based products and therapies, two cosmetic surgeons wrote in an article recently published in the Aesthetic Surgery Journal, published by the American Society for Aesthetic Plastic Surgery (ASAPS).
There were also two sessions held on aesthetic surgery, which focused on modifying the nose and liposuction of the face.
For nearly 40 years now, Lucero has been doing head-to-toe aesthetic surgery, from the most visible parts of the face up to the removal of unnecessary fats in the body, all because Filipinos want to look and feel better.