Dr. Sameer Jejurikar: Providing Exceptional Plastic Surgery

There has been a lot of commotion over plastic surgery in previous months. It is highly important that someone considers all factors when considering such surgery. One of the most important things to consider is who will be doing your procedure. Cosmetic surgery safety depends on what experience your surgeon has. They must be highly vigilant and understand where injections and/or sculpting can and will be performed. If you or someone you know is considering plastic surgery in the Dallas, Texas area, Dr. Sam Jejurikar is a top choice for most.

Dr. Sameer Jejurikar is a member of the Dallas Plastic Surgery Institute and is a board-certified plastic surgeon. He has a large amount of training and experience in the art of plastic surgery. He is also known by his patients to be very sensitive, showing them complete honesty and warmth. He understands each patients needs and that everyone is different in their own way.

Dr. Jejurikar performs an entire range of plastic surgery. Emphasis is made on cosmetic procedures that include tummy tucks, liposuctions, mommy makeovers, reconstructive surgeries, microsurgeries, hand surgeries, and breast augmentations. He provides his patients the highest innovations to their reconstructive and aesthetic needs. His passion and particular attention to detail allows him to create noninvasive and surgical solutions for each patient’s desires.

Dr. Sameer Jejurikar has taken part in many medical missions throughout his career. One such mission was that of the organization Smile Bangladesh. Here, he gave to the less fortunate and helped as needed. To learn more or to request a free cosmetic consultation, call his office at 214-827-2814.

Dr. Mark Holterman, Savior to Children

Dr. Mark Holterman is an M.D./Ph.D. professor at the University of Illinois College of Medicine since 2011. Dr. Holterman got his bachelors degree in biology from Yale University, graduating cum laude before earning his Ph.D./M.D. He is also a pediatric surgeon at the Advocate Christ Children’s Hospital as well as the Children’s Hospital of Illinois. As a doctor with 29 years of experience, his specialties are the following: Pediatric Surgery, and General Surgery (https://www.osfhealthcare.org/physicians/profile/2358/mark-j-holterman-md-phd/). Dr. Mark Holterman’s memberships include Advocate Illinois Masonic Medical Center, Loyola University Medical Center, and St. Alexius Medical Center. He has a board certification in pediatric surgery from the American Board of Surgery. His clinical interests include anorectal malformation, chronic abdominal pain, and airway issues.

 

His professional memberships include the American Diabetes Association, American Association of Clinical Anatomy, and the Association of Academic Surgeons. More memberships include the Federation of Clinical Immunology Societies and the Pacific Association of Pediatric Surgeons. His prior educational background was the University of Virginia (Charlottesville) (Twitter). Dr. Mark Holterman’s internship was at the University of Virginia from 1988-1989. His residency at the University of Virginia was from 1989-1993. His fellowship was pediatric surgery, 1993-1995. Awards he has received include Top Doctors in the Nation, (Castle-Connelly). Other awards include the National Merit Scholar, Yale University, Medical Scientist Training Program, National Institutes of Health, Innovative Research Award, and American Diabetes Association. Professional interests also include regenerative medicine and stem cell therapies as well as obesity and new cancer treatments.

 

A pediatric surgeon is qualified to perform surgery on young patients including fetuses, or infants, children, adolescents, and teenagers. Surgical specialists have additional training in a specific area of surgery. Conditions that require the need for pediatric surgery are the following: congenital malformations such as cleft palate and lip, abdominal wall defects like hernias, deformities of the chest wall, childhood tumors such as neuroblastomas, and separation of conjoined twins.

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