Chicago, IL, December 24, 2009 --(PR.com
)-- Chicago plastic surgeon Dr. Kenneth Stein was interviewed for Fox Chicago News on Thursday, December 17, 2009. The Chicago butt lift expert was interviewed about the new Bo-tax bill.
Congress is considering a new bill that will put a 5 percent tax on all elective surgeries. The Brazilian butt augmentation doctor believes the tax is unfair to patients who do not have lots of disposable income. Most of the Brazilian butt lift expert’s patients are interested in butt implants or butt augmentation and earn between $30,000 and $90,000 a year. “They are saving up their hard earned dollars to have these procedures done,” Dr. Stein says.
The butt augmentation procedure requires donor fat from various parts of the body to be injected into the buttock. The Brazilian butt lift not only gives the patient a bigger butt, it shapes the areas used for donor fat (usually the thighs, lower back and stomach). Since Dr. Stein’s office is a joint commission accredited surgical facility, the butt lifts can be done in the office.
Dr. Stein is a Chicago board certified plastic surgeon and a member of the American Society of Plastic Surgeons. Though Stein is a butt lift expert, he does a variety of other cosmetic surgeries and worries about the privacy of his clients. Doctor-patient confidentiality could be breached when the government audits all the information and looks at all the cosmetic surgery files.
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