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Top New Jersey Cosmetic Surgeon Dr. Michael Macri Introduces First and Only Liposuction Center to the New Jersey & New York area
Date:12/11/2012

Westwood, New Jersey (PRWEB) December 11, 2012

Dr Michael Macri of Macri MD Liposuction & Laser Center of NJ & NY is proud to announce the opening of the first and only dedicated Liposuction Center in the NJ / NY area.
Dr. Michael Macri specializes in all forms of liposuction, but with a particular focus on Tumescent Anesthesia which allows the patient to be in a relaxed but awake state. The procedure is done with the use of local anesthesia only. This type of local anesthesia allows for optimal positioning to sculpt both large and small areas to a perfect proportion. Dr. Macri states, “I strongly believe that the patient being conscious during liposuction is essential to achieving optimal results.” Tumescent Liposuction is a highly safe and effective method that offers short recovery time and very low risk. Since Dr. Macri has chosen Liposuction to be the only major cosmetic procedure he performs, it was a logical step to rename the practice Macri MD Liposuction & Laser Center of NJ & NY. Dr. Macri is a liposuction expert not only from his surgical background, but by the sheer number of cases he performs.

Liposuction is all about balancing a person’s proportions and removing genetically disproportionate areas of fat storage. Dr. Macri will determine where these disproportionate areas are, and then target them to create balance and an overall aesthetically pleasing look.

Liposuction has become the #1 cosmetic procedure in the United States. Dr. Macri identified a need to establish a Liposuction Center in NJ and set his goals high to meet those needs of such an “in-demand” procedure. “A true specialist can’t be all things to all people,
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