Liposuction and Brazilian Butt Lift Doctor Recommendations in New York?

I am considering Liposuction and a Brazilian Butt Lift. I reside in New York City. I can't find any doctors that can do both Brazilian Butt Lift AND liposuction in New York City. I know that people often travel but there are other people who just aren't in the position to travel.

Any recommendations for doctors that do both procedures?

Doctor Answers (5)

My recommendation is shop around

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The most important things to look for when you are looking for a surgeon is that they can give you the results you are looking for and that they can do it safely!

Be sure you shop around and check out several surgeons before you make a choice. This procedure has been around for a long time. I have been performing the Brazilian Butt Lift procedure for about 12 years and have done hundreds of cases. But recently, it has gotten very popular. Many docs are starting to do this procedure, and some are not plastic surgeons. Be sure you find a Board Certified Plastic Surgeon in your area who has a lot of experience with this procedure. Be sure they can show you a Lot of pictures of their patients who have had this procedure. And make sure they have the type of results you are looking for. Good Luck
 


Baltimore Plastic Surgeon
5.0 out of 5 stars 69 reviews

How to pick a plastic surgeon for liposuction and Brazilian butt lift.

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Tips on picking a Plastic Surgeon for liposuction and Brazilian butt lift.

Answer by George J. Beraka, MD
Manhattan Plastic Surgeon
1) Is the surgeon a member of the American Society for Aesthetic Plastic Surgery? Members usually do a lot of cosmetic surgery.

2) Did you sense a commitment to excellence in the office. Did the surgeon spend a lot of time with you? Someone who rushes through the consultation may rush through the surgery.

3) Were you treated as an individual? Did the surgeon present you with a surgical plan tailor made for you?

4) Plastic surgeons have to have a good eye and meticulous technique. Did the surgeon show you A LOT of before and after pictures, and did you love the results?

5) Talk to other doctors you know. Established plastic surgeons have a reputation in the community, good or bad.

6) Ask to speak to a patient who has had the procedure you want. You are looking for a surgeon who does a lot of what you want. Many patients are eager to share their experience. Privacy is preserved by having the patient call you.

7) If you are having breast augmentation, ask if the surgeon has a large inventory of different size and shape breast implants available in the operating room. A surgeon who does a lot of breast surgery will have an inventory. This way, the final implant choice does not have to be made in advance.

8) With office surgery, make sure the surgical facility is ACCREDITED. Very important safety assurance.

9) Make sure the anesthesia is given by a BOARD CERTIFIED ANESTHESIOLOGIST. Another very important safety factor.

10) Make sure the office has trained nurses available for hands-on post operative care. This can really speed recovery.

George J. Beraka, MD (retired)
Manhattan Plastic Surgeon
5.0 out of 5 stars 9 reviews

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If you post pictures, we may be able to offer you specific advice on the Brazilian Butt Lift and liposuction. I perform the procedure, but am very selective to ensure that you are an appropriate candidate for the procedure. We need to make sure that your expectations are compatible with what is surgically possible. Good luck.

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