Dr. Jejurikar – a plastic surgeon working to make procedures safer

Posted on August 8, 2018

“It’s exhilarating to make a positive change in someone’s life, regardless of whether it’s through an act of kindness or through performing surgery,” said Dr. Sameer Jejurikar, who’s first priority and job is all about his patients’ satisfaction.

Dr. Jejurikar, who graduated from the University of Michigan Medical School, has been working as a plastic surgeon for more than two decades and enthusiastically states how satisfying it is to help patients achieve goals they need help with. working to make medicine safer and more advanced, he has never taken his gift for granted and continues his effort to make surgeries, such as the brazilian butt lift more safer, because safety is an important factor that is keeping many patients from considering the substantial option of plastic surgery. Dr. Jejurikar’s remarkable success and reputation bring him trusting patients – both local and especially the non locals, coming from almost all over the world.

According to Health.usnews, the fact that 48 patient reviews stated their overall experience with Dr. Jejurikar as “very positive” is evident that his determination and effort to help his patients achieve their goal is paying off. He is also a member of the American society of plastic surgeons, where he likes to go occasionally because it helps him keep up with the latest information about plastic surgery along with a little bit of socializing. Besides performing surgeries, Dr. Sameer Jejurikar has also worked on various publications and presentations, including “Complication after sternal reconstruction: a 16-y experience.” He recently spoke and shared his ideas of improving the brazilian butt surgery at the Dallas cosmetic surgery meeting and the 97th annual meeting of American association of plastic surgery. Dr. Jejurikar is an incredible and hardworking doctor who spends time with his family, including three children along with working on the future of medicine.

 

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