New Jersey Plastic Surgeon on New Fat Grafting Breast Augmentation Technology

Share Article

Dr. Luis Zapiach, a plastic surgeon in New Jersey, has announced the introduction of a new automated fat harvesting device that allows for more efficient high volume grafting techniques during Natural Breast Augmentation or Brazilian Buttock Lift (buttock augmentation) procedures. As advancements in cosmetic enhancement techniques and technology continue to emerge, Dr. Zapiach says there are a growing number of reasons why staying on top of the latest innovations is essential for providing high quality care and aesthetically beautiful results.

plastic, surgeon, surgery, breast, butt, augmentation, lift, implants, paramus, nj

Plastic Surgeon in New Jersey Introduces New Breast Augmentation Grafting Technology

We adopt or adapt the techniques or technologies that we feel are safe and effective for our patient population.

With the introduction of new harvesting equipment for performing fat transfer breast augmentations and buttock lifts, Dr. Luis Zapiach and his New Jersey plastic surgery practice have announced their continued commitment to the latest cosmetic enhancement techniques and technology. Dr. Zapiach says the device, which allows for a more efficient high volume fat grafting technique and requires less time to perform, is just a small part of his pursuit of state-of-the-art innovations in aesthetic procedures such as buttock augmentation in New Jersey. He says the procedure is performed by taking fat from one area of the body such as the thighs or abdomen and relocating it to the breasts or buttocks through customized, targeted injections, via minimal incisions and obviating the need for implants in many patients.

Leading an upcoming clinical trial on abdominal stretch marks that utilizes two non-surgical technologies, Dr. Zapiach says he is particularly devoted to increasing the number of options available to patients for enhancing their appearance and improving self-confidence. With more procedures at the disposal of patients and surgeons, he says results can become even more personalized to each individual’s needs and the quality of patient satisfaction will ultimately improve.

“As medicine continues to evolve, we continuously evaluate new procedures and equipment. We adopt or adapt the techniques or technologies that we feel are safe and effective for our patient population. This allows us to provide our patients with more options than other practices and hopefully allows our patients to make better choices for themselves.”

Dr. Zapiach adds that he hopes the new fat grafting equipment, the upcoming abdominal stretch mark trials, and the addition of other innovative advancements to his practice will display his passion for helping develop the field of cosmetic and reconstructive surgery. He says he hopes the pursuit of advanced procedures and devices will also reaffirm his dedication to attaining the highest level of patient comfort and satisfaction, whether it be in breast augmentations or the tummy tuck in New Jersey.

Luis A. Zapiach, MD

Dr. Luis Zapiach received his undergraduate education from the Rutgers University and earned his medical degree from New York University School of Medicine with honors in Microbiology. He completed his General Surgery residency at the University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey, as well as a research fellowship concerning wound healing in the division of Vascular Surgery. Dr. Zapiach completed his Plastic Surgery fellowship at Emory University in Atlanta and additional training in Oculoplastic Surgery at Paces Plastic Surgery in Atlanta. He is double board-certified in Plastic Surgery and General Surgery, in addition to being a member of the American Society of Plastic Surgeons.

Located at 1 West Ridgewood Avenue Suite 302 in Paramus, NJ, Dr. Zapiach’s practice, Art Plastic Surgery, can be reached at (201) 345-3518. He can also be contacted online via the website artplasticsurgeons.com or facebook.com/artplasticsurgery.

###

Share article on social media or email:

View article via:

Pdf Print

Contact Author

Visit website