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December 04th 2010:Melt fat, natural fillers and stem cell facelifts

The world of plastic surgery and aesthetic treatments is constantly changing. This week we will discuss some of the latest advances in reducing fat without surgery. Two newly FDA approved treatments promise great things. Our featured guests this week highlight natural options in the world of fillers. Rather than using something that comes out of a box our guests will talk about ways to use your own tissue to get great results. Dr. Sanjay Batra, president and CEO of Aesthetic Factors, is an expert in a new natural treatment called Selphyl. This process uses natural elements of your own blood t

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Sanjay Batra, PhD, FACC

Sanjay Batra, PhD, FACC, is President and CEO of Aesthetic Factors, LLC, a company focused on autologous therapies to enhance rejuvention in dermatology and plastic surgery. Previously he was SVP at Garnet BioTherapeutics, Inc., a regenerative medicine company. Dr. Batra has held positions within the Johnson & Johnson family of companies for 9 years, most recently as Vice President, R&D Pharmaceuticals, Asia-Pacific and Japan, where he was responsible for ensuring global connectivity across all therapeutic areas. Prior to J&J, Dr. Batra was in clinical development at Bracco Diagnostics in Princeton NJ, and in preclinical and clinical development at Alliance Pharmaceutical in San Diego CA.
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Dr. Richard Ellenbogen

Dr. Richard Ellenbogen began his medical career at the University of Florida, where he showed advanced skills in both pre-medicine and art courses. After receiving an undergraduate degree, he completed a medical degree at the University of Miami Leonard M. Miller School of Medicine in 1968; general surgery training in New York City; and a plastic, maxillofacial and reconstructive surgery residency at the State University of New York (SUNY). Because of an interest in correcting birth defects with plastic surgery procedures, Dr. Ellenbogen served a fellowship at the Red Cross Hospital in The Hague, Netherlands. Returning to the United States, Dr. Ellenbogen performed an additional fellowship p
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