Dr. Sameer Jejurikar is an award-winning plastic surgery specialist in the Dallas, Texas, area with 14 years in practice and a working affiliation with the Pine Creek Medical Center and the Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital Kaufman. Dr. Jejurikar has achieved an industry-recognized level of patient approval due to his prioritization and understanding of patient concerns. Whether it’s an enhanced or more youthful appearance the patient wants or reconstructive or restorative work after weight loss or pregnancy, his attentive manner has earned him a Patients’ Choice Compassionate Doctor Certification and a position on the Registry of Business Excellence.
Dr. Jejurikar is also known for his involvement in plastic surgery safety, specifically for the popular gluteal augmentation or Brazilian Butt Lift procedure. Due to its high potential for serious to deadly complications as a result of embolisms, Dr. Jejurikar’s experience in the field has made him an educational resource for physicians who are learning this new technique and its potential for side-effects. Dr. Jejurikar travels the U.S. and internationally as one of only a few specialists and as a representative of the Multisociety Gluteal Fat Grafting Task Force to promote a better understanding and the creation of industry-standard guidelines for gluteal augmentation.
Dr. Sameer Jejurikar is a member of a number of societies, including the American Society for Aesthetic Plastic Surgery, the American Society of Plastic Surgeons and the Dallas Society of Plastic Surgery. He has written numerous papers for such publications as Plastic & Reconstructive Surgery, the Journal of Surgical Research and the Aesthetic Surgery Journal. He also travels to Bangladesh and Sri Lanka to perform cleft augmentation procedures with Smile Bangladesh. He is educated at the University of Michigan where he earned his undergraduate and medical degrees and finished his residency. He is also an aesthetic surgery fellow with the Manhattan Eye, Ear and Throat Hospital.
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Dr. Sam Jejurikar, MD, says that when it comes to Brazilian butt lifts, the surgery itself isn’t that dangerous. However, people who are considering this surgery do need to be concerned about the competency of the surgeon performing the surgery. Not any plastic surgeon can perform this delicate procedure as it takes advanced training. Nobody should cut corners to save money on this surgery because the risks of doing so are too high. Minor risks include stretch marks and bruising.
There can be fatal complications which are almost always the result of an incompetent surgeon inserting fat too deep into the gluteus maximus. The complications include deep vein thrombosis and fat embolism. The latter results in fat getting into the bloodstream and ending up in the lungs where it can prove fatal. Dr. Jejurikar says that women should be looking for a doctor who has been trained by the American Board of Plastic Surgery. These doctors have taken specialized training in gluteal augmentation surgery, which includes Brazilian butt lifts.
The best plastic surgeons to look for are ones that have successfully performed hundreds of these surgeries. He is located in Dallas and practices at the Dallas Plastic Surgery Institute. Dr. Jejurikar graduated from one of the top 25 medical schools in the country, the University of Michigan. He is a member of the Multisociety Gluteal Fat Grafting Task Force. This is a group of plastic surgeons looking for ways to minimize the risks of women getting a Brazilian butt lift.
OSI Food Solutions has been making some significant moves around the globe, acquiring some firms and merging with others as it bolsters its strategy for rapid growth. At the same time, the company has been equally active right in its own backyard with two recent acquisitions. OSI Food Solutions recently purchased a major food processing facility from Tyson Foods. The 200,000 square foot plant is on Chicago’s southside in the Back of the Yards neighborhood. OSI is headquartered in the Chicago suburb of Aurora. Tyson had planned the close the facility and lay off its more than 400 workers. At the time of the OSI purchase, some 250 workers remained at the Tyson plant. OSI officials said many of those jobs will now be preserved.
The Tyson plant, its equipment and the way it is configured for handling value-added processed foods is a perfect fit for the OSI mission of providing superior quality prepared food products for its customers. OSI Food Solutions also acquired another Chicago-area business, the venerable Rose Packing Company. Established in 1924, this processor of pork products has a strong reputation for manufacturing an extremely high-quality line of sausages, hams, Canadian bacon, pork shoulder, chops, lions and other food preparations. Rose Packing is headquartered in Barrington and operates a facility in Chicago with 700 employees.
Nothing will change for those 700 workers and OSI and Rose finalize the acquisition deal. OSI Officials said they were thrilled that Rose Packing is joining the OSI family. Both companies are proud of their deep Chicago histories. OSI was founded in the city in 1909 by German immigrant Otto Kolschowsky. Overseas, OSI Food Solutions recently acquired Baho Food in the Netherlands. Like Rose Packing, Baho Food is an imminently complementary company for OSI. Baho Food has an established reputation as a trusted source of processed food products with an extensive customer base. The firm serves customers across 18 European nations. It also operates a facility in Germany. It has five subsidiary companies. All now will be part of the OSI Food Solutions family. OSI is operating in 17 nations with more than 65 facilities today.