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Dr. J Generally Believes in Brazilian Butt Lift over Traditional Silicone Implants

Both procedures are gaining popularity, but double board certified plastic surgeon Dr. J has his favorite.

LOS ANGELES, Jan. 9, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Double board certified plastic surgeon working in Beverly Hills, Payam Jarrah-Nejad, M.D. F.A.C.S. often meets with women trying to achieve feminine, attractive, and fuller buttocks through plastic surgery. These women desire to have a feminine hourglass shape that they've had difficulty achieving through exercise and genetics. During their first consultation in his prestigious penthouse office, these women will ask Dr. J—as his patients affectionately name him—about the possibilities of a butt augmentation. Many have heard of silicone butt implants and will ask about them; however, Dr. J will often propose the Brazilian butt lift as a more effective alternative.

Primarily, Dr. J thinks the Brazilian butt lift generally gets better, safer results than an implant. A silicone butt implant involves the insertion of a foreign object into the patient's body, which can lead to complications down the road. It also can feel unnatural to the touch and look rigid. Whereas, a Brazilian butt lift uses the body's own fat to enhance the woman's buttock. Because the Brazilian butt lift uses the patient's fat, there's less chance for complications and it feels completely natural (because the fat cells are the same). The Brazilian butt lift is also less invasive; due to this and Dr. J's experience with the surgery, there is a shorter recovery period and minimal scarring during the Brazilian butt lift. Finally, buttocks implants really only do one thing: add mass. The Brazilian butt lift, on the other hand, targets the woman's body as a whole, using liposculpture to reshape the woman's body as a whole.

Another perk of the Brazilian butt lift is that it truly allows the doctor to show his craftsmanship. Fat must skillfully be removed from unwelcome places in order to give the body a supple curve. That fat must then be carefully added to the butt in a way that promotes symmetry and cohesion with the rest of the body. This is where Dr. J shines; he has the eye of an artist and the delicate hand of a sculptor. His knack for proportion and aesthetics means that he'll always add just the right amount of fat to augment the buttocks. He'll also remove fat from troubling areas in order to give an incredible, feminine physique. Dr. J has performed hundreds of liposculpture procedures, and has developed an extensive understanding of Brazilian butt lift and fat transfer operations, perfecting the procedure with every woman transformed.

Although Dr. J generally recommends this procedure, he would never push a patient into getting a surgery unless he feels they are a great candidate as well as 100% interested in it and ready for it. If Dr. J notices hesitation on the patient's part or if he feels like butt implants might actually be preferable, then he won't push for it to be done. After all, his patients have noted time and time again how comfortable they feel with Dr. J throughout the whole process. From the first meeting to the day of surgery and during the recovery period, Dr. J is with his patients the whole time, answering questions and offering a calming presence when needed most.

Dr. J offers a free consultation to any person interested in the Brazilian butt lift or another procedure. His Rodeo Drive office in Beverly Hills welcomes out of town patients and will help with arrangements during their stay. Call 310-228-3151 or go to www.drjplasticsurgery.com to learn more.

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