Dr. William Takes NYC: Making Beautiful Breast, Bodies and Booties Conference
Renowned American Board Certified plastic surgeon and creator of Ogee Lipo™, Dr. William Miami, will be braving the cold to host a conference at the New York Marriott at the Brooklyn Bridge (333 Adams St. Brooklyn, NY 11201) on February 18 at 11:00 am.
The conference will cover Dr. William’s most specialized surgeries, like the BBL, liposuction, tummy tuck and breast surgeries, and provide attendees with an opportunity to ask in-depth questions, and a chance to get a deduction on their surgery.
As the founder of Ogee Recovery, Dr. William will also introduce and discuss his innovative new faja taking the post-surgical compression garment industry by storm – The Ogee Faja.
The Ogee Faja is the first compression garment created by a board-certified plastic surgeon and provides varied levels of compression – more in areas that receive liposuction and less where new, delicate fat is placed. The functional fitting post-surgical compression girdle is made to perfectly compliment BBL, tummy tuck and liposuction procedures. New York conference attendees can purchase The Ogee Faja during the event.
“I’m excited to meet New York City and surrounding area residents who are interested in learning about plastic surgery and to help educate them before going under the knife,” said Dr. William. “Despite whether they visit me or another board-certified plastic surgeon for a procedure, I think the most important thing that any potential patient can be armed with is knowledge. I hope to share as much as I can during my time in New York.”
Follow the link to register: Register Here
About Dr. William
Dr. William is American Board Certified with nearly three decades of experience in the plastic surgery arena. He’s studied in Michigan, Canada and spent the last three years of training specializing in plastic surgery at Duke University. He’s coined Ogee Lipo, a type of liposuction that follows the idea of the Ogee line, a naturally occurring line in nature and architecture that connects a concaved and convex line – creating a natural hourglass silhouette that’s custom to each body.