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BOSTON, MA, February 01, 2014 /24-7PressRelease/ -- Dr. Daniel Del Vecchio is a featured guest lecturer at the 30th Annual Atlanta Breast Surgery Symposium.
In Atlanta Dr. Del Vecchio will be lecturing on "The Role of Fat in Breast Augmentation", "Complications of Large Volume Fat Transplantation", and "The Role of Fat in Breast Reconstruction", as well as sitting on several discussion panels.
With book chapters, international and national exposure, Dr. Del Vecchio holds one of the largest experiences in the world in the field of large volume fat grafting to the breast and buttock. Not only is Dr. Del Vecchio a Key Note speaker at many Plastic Surgery Events around the globe, but he also performs live surgery in front of his audiences. The technique of fat grafting to the breast is a relatively new procedure, one that yields natural, long term results of breast augmentation and buttock augmentation through a very minimally-invasive route. It is a very appealing procedure to patients who wish to have a significant increase in breast or buttock size, without the use of artificial implants.
Recently lauded at a conference in San Diego for winning "Best U.S. Paper" is an article featuring Dr. Del Vecchio titled "Sief- Simultaneous Implant Exchange with Fat", an article describing methods used to replace old implants with fat.
Check out the article featured on their website: "SIEF"--Simultaneous Implant Exchange with Fat: A New Option in Revision Breast Implant Surgery.
Dr. Del Vecchio has established himself in Boston as one of the most influential Cosmetic Surgeons. With his extensive work before building his own practice he has put in the time and effort to learn what makes a great surgeon. Dr. Del Vecchio has also been involved in the training of surgical residents at Tufts New England Medical Center, where he was an Assistant Professor of Surgery, and at Harvard's Massachusetts General Hospital where he is currently a member of the Consulting Staff in the Division of Plastic Surgery.
For more information please contact Gia Veglia, (617) 262-8528.
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