Dr. Sameer Jejurikar Promotes A Positive Image Of Plastic Surgery

Born in Minnesota, Dr. Sameer Jejurikar attended medical school at the University of Michigan. After graduation, he relocated to New York to study at the Manhattan Eye, Ear, and Throat Hospital. A gifted surgeon and inspirational speaker, Dr. Jejurikar sought a path where could use his talents to improve people’s lives.

Dr. Sameer Jejurikar began to focus on plastic surgery early in his career. At the Dallas Plastic Surgery Institute where he now practices, Dr. Jejurikar performs primarily elective, cosmetic surgeries. However, he uses his skills and financial proceeds to give back to those less fortunate. To offer his services to those who need them, Dr. Jejurikar travels abroad. There he performs corrective and reconstructive surgeries on those with cleft palates and other disfigurements.

In another worthy endeavor, Dr. Jejurikar belongs to the International Multisociety Gluteal Fat Grafting Task Force. This association explores preventive measures surgeons can take to alleviate risky side effects caused by the augmentation procedure. Fellow doctors and patients appreciate his teaching presentations and research contributions.

In an interview, Dr. Sameer Jejurikar spoke about why he made his career choice. As early as high school, he took science classes in line with medical school prerequisites. Once in medical school, Dr. Jejurikar studied numerous surgical fields, but he felt drawn to the creative nature of plastic surgery. When his education and licensure was complete, Dr. Jejurikar joined the Dallas Plastic Surgery Institute. Not only does this alliance allow him to work with leading surgeons but also it acts as a wise business move as he shares some of his practice’s expenses with other practitioners.

Dr. Sameer Jejurikar prides himself in speaking with patients so he can understand and visual the changes they want to see in themselves. His personalized approach helps patients reach self-improvement goals.

 

Elysium Health Combining Science With Cellular Health

Elysium Health is a consumer health company that was founded in 2014 by Dr. Leonard Guarente, Daniel Alminana, and Eric Marcotulli. Elysium Health works with a team of scientists from prestigious institutions like Oxford, Cambridge, and Harvard to do research that improves our understanding of fundamental biology and to create evidence-based products for the market.

A Daily Supplement to Support Health

Elysium Health knows that putting supplements on the market is a big deal. After all, people are trusting their personal well-being to the supplements they consume. That is why Elysium Health works to ensure that their products work as advertised and seek to improve people’s well-being.

Basis is the first supplement sold by Elysium Health. It supports cellular health by boosting levels of a critical coenzyme NAD+ in our cells. The idea behind Basis is based on 25 years of prior research that Dr. Guarente and other scientists have worked with.

Why Boost NAD+ levels?

The coenzyme NAD+ is critical to many functions in the body like DNA maintenance and sleep cycles. As we age, levels of NAD+ decline naturally and those critical functions begin to break down. But Basis has been clinically proven to increase levels of NAD+ in humans by an average of 40%.

Designed for long-term use, and third-party tested for quality, Basis supports cellular well-being by keeping your NAD+ levels at optimum levels.

Subscription Plans

If you are looking to support your cellular health, then Basis may be the product you’re looking for. Different subscription plans to monthly deliveries of the supplement are available on Elysium Health’s website. The most popular option is a six-month supply of the supplement for $270 (working out to be $45 per month). A simple monthly subscription is available for $50 per month, as well as sales of individual bottles containing 30-days’ worth of Basis for $60.