Monsters & Critics / Dr. Constantino Mendieta Tush Talk: Dr. Mendieta Talks Proper Buttocks-Enhancement Proceedure November 29, 2011

?Nov 28, 2011

Tush Talk: Dr. Mendieta Talks Proper Buttocks-Enhancement Proceedure

The desire to have a bodacious bottom in Miami is bigger than other American cities, as the climate allows for little clothes and is known for sexy bodies, gorgeous beaches and beautiful people, all celebrated in numerous rap videos and TV shows like Showtime’s “Dexter” and USA’s “Burn Notice.”

Style icons like Sophia Vergara, J-Lo and Kim Kardashian also have elevated the tush as a focal point, with rounder and bigger being better.

Dr. Constantino Mendieta has perfected a procedure where he lifts and plumps your buttocks through an incision in the gluteal crease. It rejuvenates the buttocks without major incisions. The result is a perfect Bikini bottom.

Born in Los Angeles, California, Dr. Mendieta moved to his parents homeland in Nicaragua. His uncle – a plastic surgeon – reconstruct the disfigured faces of war victims, restoring them to near-normal appearance. Dr. Mendieta made his career path early in life as he was deeply affected by his Uncle’s reconstructive skills. He returned to the United States to complete his secondary education and build his practice.

Dr. Mendieta’s practice is in Miami, Florida, where he has perfected his own method of butt enhancement.

As we age so many unfortunate things occur, one of them being the effects of gravity on your largest muscle group covered in fat: The Gluteus Maximus.

Similar to how fillers are pumped into faces to rebuild lost volume from age, so can your bottom be plumped up with fat.  Not just any fat, but your own fat, which makes it a win-win of asset redistribution, according to Dr. Mendieta.


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Fox News / SignatureMD 24/7 Access to Your Docor Becoming More Common Practice November 16, 2011

November 16, 2011

24/7 Access to Your Docor Becoming More Common Practice

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Sick and tired of never being able to actually talk to your doctor?  What if there was a way to turn back the clock, to establish a personal relationship with a physician that was common years ago.
Now there, but it comes at a price.  It’s commonly called “concierge medicine,” though don’t let the name fool you: Having 24/7 access to your doctor through cell phone and email, and having longer, more personal appointment times, isn’t just for the super wealthy.
For about $1800 a year, the woman you’re about to meet in the accompanying video to this story has access to her doctor whenever she needs it.  How does the doctor feel about that?  He says he didn’t convert his practice to make more money; rather he did it to spend more quality time with his patients.


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Malaya Business Insight / Dr. Constantino Mendieta Brazilian butt lift now in the Philippines November 8, 2011

November 8, 2011

Brazilian butt lift now in the Philippines

OVER the last few years, the rear has come up front, literally. The buttocks have picked up more attention than ever before. Women, even some men alike, have learned to whine – “I want a firmer butt,” or worse, “Your rear is too flat!”

Clarity Aesthetic Medical and Dental Center now offers all rear-conscious individuals out there yet another breakthrough solution to their bodily woes. “The Brazilian butt lift is a type of butt augmentation procedure that transfers patient’s fats to their rear end, resulting to a naturally youthful, more perky-looking buttocks, and ultimately, a more sensual body profile,” according to Dr. Alfredo V. Callanta.

This breakthrough procedure initially removes fat from selected areas of the patient’s body, purifies the fat, then re-injects selected donor fat cells into your buttocks – which eliminates possibility of rejection of the body. The Brazilian butt lift also looks more natural than the regular buttock implants, without the unwanted incisions and stitches which cause scars.

With his expertise in using fat graft to the face for facial rejuvenation as the Philippines’ premier FAMI (Fat Autologous Muscular Injection) practitioner, Dr. Callanta is now rearing the application of fat graft to the buttocks. He is using the technique of renowned Miami plastic surgeon Dr. Constantino Mendieta, who has perfected the art of body sculpting. The Mendieta technique is patient-specific, in which the doctor will remove the amount of fat necessary to provide the patient with her desired shape and size.

Fat may be extracted from several body parts, which includes the abdomen, thighs and arms, depending on the patient and where he or she carries excessive weight.

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Tim Conway Jr. Show / SignatureMD Tim Conway Jr. Show 9P 11/3 – KFI AM 640 with Signature MD November 8, 2011

November 8, 2011

Tim Conway Jr. Show 9P 11/3 – KFI AM 640 with Signature MD

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AMN Healthcare / SignatureMD Future Reimbursement Cuts Could Affect Healthcare Employment and Quality November 1, 2011

November 1, 2011

Future Reimbursement Cuts Could Affect Healthcare Employment and Quality

By Debra Wood, RN, contributor

October 24, 2011 – While technology holds promise to improve efficiencies and outcomes, healthcare remains a people business, with high-quality care dependent on having enough nurses and other staff available to pick up subtle changes in patients’ conditions, ensure best practices are followed through and provide the care patients need. Yet with unemployment hovering around 9 percent, state and federal lawmakers are considering further cuts to government reimbursements.

“Cuts exacerbate problems,” said Jim Kaufman, Ph.D., vice president of public policy at the National Association of Children’s Hospitals in Alexandria, Va. “If you keep cutting, you eliminate efforts [to improve coordination to give the patient the most cost-effective, best quality care]. You will end up driving up costs in the long run.”

Quality must remain on the radar, since reimbursement will be more greatly tied to results, but at the same time organizations must find ways to reduce operating costs. The 2011 HealthLeaders Media Industry Survey of Finance Leaders showed a shift in priorities since 2009, when 68 percent of respondents cited quality and patient safety as their top priority. That slipped to 34 percent in 2011, with cost cutting now coming out as the top priority at 39 percent.


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