The winter season is notorious for wreaking havoc on your body. As we navigate the world during this rough time of year, stress and weather can invite wrinkles to make themselves at home above your brows. And even if you’ve kept the weather from showing on your face, chances are it’s made a mark on your midsection — along with all of those holiday feasts and after-hours cocktail parties — lending an unfortunate softness to the physique you worked so hard to maintain during the rest of the year.
For those of you who find yourself sighing in the mirror or looking forlornly at your beloved summer tanks thinking, “I’ll never be able to get into shape to wear those again,” we’ve turned to a top surgeon to discuss what can be done to smooth what has creased and reshape what has increased.
Named one of America’s top plastic surgeons by the Consumer’s Research Council of America and the “go-to surgeon for men” by Forbes magazine, Dr. Douglas S. Steinbrech M.D., F.A.C.S., is a master of aesthetics. Following eight years of intensive training at the NYU Institute of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery, Dr. Steinbrech developed a thoughtful philosophy rooted in the application of minimally invasive procedures. His customized treatment plans promise patients unmatched results and swift recovery periods. He currently operates out of his Male Plastic Surgery offices located in both NYC and Los Angeles, providing even more opportunities for those who enjoy the bi-coastal lifestyle to look and feel great.
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“We use minimally invasive alternatives, such as injectables to impart dramatic results to our patients, without requiring any additional downtime,” Steinbrech says. “A patient who gets the Male Model Makeover will learn that the injectables used mimic results similar to those who opt for jawline, chin and cheek implants. The same effect can be achieved in about 10 minutes, and then the patient can go right back to work.”
Dr. Steinbrech pairs innovation with expertise to deliver confidence to every patient under his career — whether they elect for one of his head-turning brow lifts and jaw contouring procedures to his revolutionary BodyBanking technique.
So what is BodyBanking, anyway?
Consider it a strategic reorganization of the body’s structure, achieved through a process known as “Selective Fat Transfer”. Fat stores from problem areas are injected into targeted zones like the pectorals, glutes, triceps, biceps, shoulders and calves to create the kind of attractive, contoured physique usually reserved for those who spend endless hours on bench presses and squat. It’s a liposuction strategy that turns fat to fit. As an added bonus — in addition to facilitating a perfectly-proportioned and sculpted look, Steinbrech’s BodyBanking technique allows for fat cell numbers to remain fairly constant. This minimizes the potential risk of the body responding with disproportionate fat growth, should those pesky pounds come home for the holidays next year or any time in the future, for that matter.
“BodyBanking is effective because it is NOT your grandma’s liposuction,” Steinbrech explains. “Because the fat stored is transferred to new muscle areas, you can keep a slim waist and strategically add extra bulk to areas like your chest and biceps. So now when you have dessert, it’s your upper body that fills out, not your midsection.”
While Dr. Steinbrech’s lengthy list of high-profile clients and return patients keep him in-demand, he is always eager to shape and improve the lives of newcomers. Take the first steps toward a tantalizing new you by scheduling a personal consultation today.
For more information, contact:
In New York – 646-480-7740, maleplasticsurgerynewyork.com
In Los Angeles – 310-570-2402, maleplasticsurgeryLA.com
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Last modified: September 24, 2019