MIAMI, Aug. 20, 2018 /PRNewswire-PRWeb/ -- Dr. Thomas A. Pane, a prestigious surgeon at
Out of the 137 patients analyzed in the study, aged 19-56 years, one hundred eighteen (86.1%) are satisfied with the results. They didn't complain about the size of the buttocks being too large, and only twelve patients (8.8%) had minor cosmetic issues following surgery. Nineteen patients (13.9%) wanted larger buttocks, and another ten patients (7.3%) had minor medical complications. No patient suffered major complications such as fat embolism, venous thromboembolism, infection or skin loss. The study concludes that the high volume of buttock fat grafting is effective in buttock augmentation procedures and complications are rare with surgical expertise.
Dr. Pane graduated from the University Of Connecticut School Of Medicine and completed a five-year general surgical residency at the Baystate Medical Center in Springfield, Massachusetts with training in Plastic Surgery at the Detroit Medical Center. He began his practice in Newport, Rhode Island and later moved to South Florida in 2006. Pane specializes in cosmetic and plastic surgery of the face, chest, and body.
SOURCE Jolie Plastic Surgery
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