Dr. Michael F. Chiaramonte is the Medical Director of Bella Cosmetic Surgery in National Harbor, Maryland. He specializes in cosmetic surgery of the face, breasts and body. He also specializes in non-surgical techniques, which minimize down-time. He is an active member at Southern Maryland Hospital Center where he is the chairman of the Department of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery. He is on staff at Southern Maryland Hospital Center, Inova Mount Vernon, and Harbor Surgery Center.
Dr. Chiaramonte's office is located in National Harbor, Maryland.
Michael F. Chiaramonte, MD
120 Waterfront Street
National Harbor, Maryland 20745
About Dr. Chiaramonte
Dr. Michael Chiaramonte graduated with a Bachelor of Science Degree from the University of Maryland and received his Doctor of Medicine Degree from the University of Maryland School of Medicine. After the completion of his training in General Surgery, he completed his Fellowship in Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery at the prestigious Johns Hopkins Hospital under the tutelage of highly experienced plastic surgeons. He is a Board Certified Diplomate of The American Board of Plastic Surgery and a Fellow of The American College of Surgeons. As an instructor of Plastic Surgery at Johns Hopkins, he has taught plastic surgeons, performed surgery and lectured on liposuction and abdominoplasties.
Dr. Chiaramonte has authored several publications that have appeared in professional journals. He has also lectured at numerous national and regional meetings.
Dr. Chiaramonte is a member of many medical societies including The American Society of Plastic Surgery and serves as an Executive member for the National Capital Society of Plastic Surgeons.
His television appearances include: NBC, FOX, 9 News, Hopkins 24/7.
About Maryland Breast Reduction
Women with an oversized or pendulous breasts may have an array of medical problems, such as back and neck discomfort, skin inflammation, spine and skeleton problems, painful irritation from bra straps, and even respiratory problems.
Breast reduction is a surgery that has been specially formulated for women with this problem. The surgery excises fat, glandular tissue, and skin from the breast area, making the resulting breasts smaller and firmer. The procedure can also shrink the areola, the darkened area of skin that surrounds the nipple. The procedure's ultimate goal is to grant the patient more pleasingly shaped breasts that are proportionate to the rest of the body.
Dr. Chiaramonte encourages you to request a free consultation if you are considering Maryland breast reduction so that you can learn more about this procedure and receive a professional opinion about your cosmetic needs.
Your New Look
Although much of the swelling and discoloration will be relieved during the first few weeks, full healing may take six months to a year. Your breasts' new form may change in accordance with hormonal shifts, weight changes, and childbearing.
Dr. Chiaramonte will apply all his skill to making your scars as unnoticeable as possible. Still, it is vital to keep in mind that the procedural scars are there forever. They often stay bumpy and red for months, eventually weakening to white lines.
Of all the cosmetic surgeries Maryland and Northern Virginia women choose to undergo, breast reduction has the unique effect of the quickest change of body image. The physical discomfort of oversized breasts will disappear, your body's proportions will improve, and new fashions will hang more easily.
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