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Juventus Cosmetic Surgery

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Our board-certified surgeons are experts in the cosmetic field and industry leaders. Our goal is to bring high-quality cosmetic care to Miami so that you feel comfortable and confident in your skin. Undergoing cosmetic enhancement is one of the most important decisions you will make, and we want to ensure that you are in the hands of some of Miami’s most distinguished surgeons.
Dr. Kyrenia Sánchez Rodríguez is a Doctor of Medicine, a Plastic Surgeon practicing in Miami, Florida. Of Cuban origin, she graduated as a Doctor of Medicine from the Higher Institute of Medical Sciences in Havana, Cuba in 1998. Dr. Sánchez completed her residency in Plastic Surgery and Burn Reconstruction at the ‘Hermanos Ameijeira’ Hospital of the Higher Institute of Medical Sciences in Havana, Cuba in 2003.

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In 2010, he obtained his degree as a Plastic Surgeon in Spain and his privileges were extended throughout the European Union since 2013.

At the end of 2016, she moved to the United States and successfully passed all the exams required by the United States Medical Licensing Examination (USMLE). In 2018, she was accepted and completed a one-year internship at HIMA San Pablo in Caguas, Puerto Rico. Currently, she is licensed in the state of Florida since January/2020.

Dr. Sanchez has been awarded numerous academic honors throughout her extensive medical career. She has published several articles in important international scientific journals and has participated in numerous courses and trainings in Plastic Surgery in Latin America, Europe, and the USA.

Currently she belongs to the Spanish Society of Plastic, Reconstructive and Aesthetic Surgery and the American Board of Aesthetic Medicine and Surgery.

Practicing as part of Juventus Cosmetic Surgery Inc in Miami, FL, Dr. Ernesto Torres is a diligent and detail-oriented cosmetic and general surgeon. In addition to offering surgical consultations, he has the ability to perform a variety of aesthetic surgical procedures.

After obtaining his medical degree from the Faculty of Medicine San Fernando of the National University Mayor of San Marcos, Dr. Torres completed his internship in general surgery at Huron Hospital.

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He completed his residency in general surgery at Western Reserve Health Education, the National Hospital Daniel Alcides Carrión and the University of Tennessee, Memphis, where he also completed his research fellowship in pediatric surgery.

Dr. Torres is a member of the American College of Surgeons, the Association of American Medical Colleges, and the American Society of Gastrointestinal and Endoscopic Surgeons. He speaks English and Spanish fluently, making him widely accessible to a diverse clientele. Dr. Torres routinely takes a thorough and precise approach in his consultations to ensure that he always provides accurate information.

Practicing as part of Juventus Cosmetic Surgery Inc in Miami, FL, Dr. Julio L. Arronte is a diligent and detail-oriented general and cosmetic surgeon. In addition to offering surgical consultations, he has the ability to perform a variety of aesthetic surgical procedures.

After obtaining his medical degree from the University of Havana, Cuba, Dr. Arronte completed his internship in general surgery at the General Hospital of Pinar del Rio.

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He completed his residency in general surgery at Methodist Hospital in New York. Dr. Arronte is a member of the American Society of Abdominal Surgeons and the American Academy of Cosmetic Surgery. He speaks English and Spanish fluently, making him widely accessible to a diverse clientele. Dr. Arronte routinely takes a thorough and precise approach in his consultations to ensure that he always provides accurate diagnoses.

Dr. Lawrence A. Schiffman is a board-certified general, surgical, and cosmetic dermatologist practicing in Miami, Florida. Dr. Schiffman graduated with honors in microbiology from the University of Miami, Florida in May 1996. Born in New Jersey, he received his medical degree from the University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey’s School of Osteopathic Medicine in May 2000.

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In 2001, Dr. Schiffman completed his internship at the Kennedy Health System and Our Lady of Lourdes Medical Center in Camden, New Jersey. He later completed his dermatology residency at St. John’s Episcopal Hospital in Far Rockaway, New York.

During his academic studies, Dr. Schiffman volunteered as the national director of AIDS awareness to promote greater awareness of sexually transmitted diseases and AIDS. Through this experience, he was nationally recognized as a public speaker and educator. He has published numerous articles in various medical journals throughout his career and frequently gives lectures.

Before his residency, Dr. Schiffman completed a 4-year combined Dermatology/Teledermatology fellowship at Derm Dx Centers for Dermatology in northeastern Pennsylvania. During that time, he utilized teledermatology to provide dermatological services to the inmate population of the federal prison system. Currently, Dr. Schiffman is at the forefront of international teledermatology initiatives, providing services to the cruise line industry.

Finally, Dr. Schiffman is an active member of numerous state and national medical associations, including the American Osteopathic Association and the American Medical Association, as well as many dermatological societies. He is board-certified in dermatology through the American Osteopathic Board of Dermatology. He is a clinical instructor in dermatology for both students and residents in the South Florida region. He maintains affiliations with Baptist Hospital, South Miami Hospital, Westchester General Hospital, and Larkin Community Hospital. Dr. Schiffman has a private practice in Doral, Florida, a bustling community in the heart of Miami. His practice, Miami Skin Dr., provides dermatological care to the diverse and growing residents of this thriving city.

Employment
President/CEO Eduardo Careaga, MD, PA
Miami, FL. January, 2016 — Present.

Cosmetic Surgeon Eduardo Careaga, MD, PA
Miami, FL. January, 2016 — Present.

Medical Director & Kennedy Comprehensive Breast Center
Breast Surgical Oncologist Sewell, NJ. October, 2009 – December, 2015.

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Hospital Affiliations
Cosmetic Surgeon & Westchester General Hospital
Breast Surgical Oncologist Miami, FL. April, 2017 — Present.

Breast Surgical Oncologist Kennedy Health Systems
Voorhees, NJ. October, 2009 — December, 2015.

Training
Fellowship Breast Surgical Oncology
Bryn Mawr Hospital Comprehensive Breast Center
Bryn Mawr, PA. July 1st, 2008 – June 30th, 2009.

Residency/Internship – General Surgery
UMDNJ – Robert Wood Johnson Medical School
Cooper University Hospital Department of Surgery
Camden, NJ. July 1st, 2002 – June 30th, 2008.

Education
Doctor of Medicine – UMDNJ – Robert Wood Johnson Medical School
Camden, NJ. August, 1995 – May, 2002.

Bachelor of Science – Florida International University – Honors College
Department of Biological Sciences
Miami, FL. August, 1990 – May, 1995.

Medical Licensure – Florida, Pennsylvania, New Jersey, Federal DEA

Certifications – BLS, ACLS

Languages Fluent in English and Spanish

Publications
Is there a Role for MRI in the Preoperative Assessment of Patients with DCIS? Allen LR, Lago-
Toro CE, Hughes JH, Careaga E, Brown AT, Chernick M, Barrio AV, Frazier TG. Annals of
Surgical Oncology (March, 2010) 17:2395-2400.

Infrared Technology as a Predictor of Pathologic Outcome in Patients with Suspicious Imaging.
Hughes JH, Careaga E, Collett A, Frazier TG. Manuscript submitted to The Breast Journal
(April, 2009).

A Preliminary Comparison of Targeted Risk Assessment to the Gail Model: Is There a Better
Way to Assess the High-Risk Patient? Hughes JH, Careaga E, Collett A, Frazier TG. Manuscript
submitted to American Journal of Surgery (April, 2009).
Preoperative MRI Does Not Provide an Accurate Assessment of Residual DCIS. Allen, LR,
Hughes JH, Careaga E, Frazier TG. Manuscript submitted to Annals of Surgical Oncology
(March, 2009).

Poster Presentations
Age and Methodological Limitations of the United States Preventive Services Task Force Breast
Cancer Screening Guidelines.Campo C, Careaga E, Presented at the BC3 Breast Cancer
Coordinated Care Conference, Washington DC, July 20-22, 2012.
Is accelerated partial breast irradiation appropriate adjuvant therapy for patients with ductal
carcinoma in-situ? Careaga E, Hughes JH, Allen LR, Carella RJ, Frazier TG. Presented at the
San Antonio Breast Cancer Symposium, San Antonio, TX, December 9-13, 2009.
Is Accelerated Partial Breast Irradiation a Superior Technique in the Adjuvant Treatment of Early
Breast Cancer? Careaga E, Hughes JH, Allen LR, Carella RJ, Frazier TG. Presented as a
“Poster of Exceptional Merit” at the American College of Surgeons Annual Clinical Congress,
Chicago, IL, October 11-15, 2009.
Infrared Technology as a Predictor of Pathologic Outcome in Patients with Suspicious Imaging.
Hughes JH, Careaga E, Collett A, Frazier TG. Abstract presented at the Society of Surgical
Oncology Annual Meeting, Phoenix, AZ, March 6, 2009.
A Preliminary Comparison of Targeted Risk Assessment to the Gail Model: Is There a Better
Way to Assess the High-Risk Patient? Hughes JH, Careaga E, Collett A, Frazier TG. Abstract
presented at The American Society of Breast Surgeons Annual Meeting, San Diego, CA, April,
2009.
Preoperative MRI Does Not Provide an Accurate Assessment of Residual DCIS. Allen, LR,
Hughes JH, Careaga E, Frazier TG. Abstract presented at the Society of Surgical Oncology
Annual Meeting, Phoenix, AZ, March 6, 2009.
Concurrent Use of Metformin in Diabetic Breast Cancer Patients Receiving Chemotherapy. Allen
L, Hughes JH, Careaga E, Frazier TG. Abstract presented at The American Society of Breast
Disease Annual Meeting, Chicago, IL, April, 2009.
A Comparison of Diagnosis and Treatment of Breast Cancer at an Urban Teaching Hospital and
Suburban Affiliated Hospital. Allen L, Hughes JH, Careaga E, Brooks A, Frazier TG. Abstract
presented at The American Society of Breast Disease Annual Meeting, Chicago, IL,April, 2009.

Oral Presentations
Breast Cancer Awareness. American Cancer Society Relay for Life Cancer Survivor Social.
Sewell, NJ, Dec 9th, 2010.
Breast Cancer Screening. Gloucester County Community College. New Jersey, Oct 7th, 2010.
In vitro infiltration and differentiation into an endothelial cell line of human cord blood
mesenchymal stem cells (HCBMSC) on a scaffold of acellular dermal matrix. Careaga E,
Markov V, Strande L, Kumar M, Eydelman R, Marra S, Saitta B, Hewitt C, 1st Prize for Basic
Science Paper, American College of Surgeons – New Jersey Chapter 55th Annual Meeting,
Parsippany, NJ, Dec 2nd, 2006.
In vitro infiltration and potential differentiation of human cord blood mesenchymal stem cells
(HCBMSC) in an acellular dermal matrix. Careaga E, Markov V, Strande L, Kumar M, Gordon
C, Eydelman R, Marra S, Saitta B, Hewitt C, XXXV International Congress of Physiological
Sciences, American Association of Anatomists, Experiment Biology, San Diego, CA, April 3rd,
2005.

Abstracts
Elevated CA 27-29 Level as an Independent Predictor of Positive Axillary Lymph Node Status in
Stage II and Stage III Breast Carcinoma. Careaga E, Hughes JH, Frazier TG.
Correlation of Preoperative CA 27-29 and the Presence of Circulating and Disseminated Tumor
Cells. Hughes JH, Careaga E, Frazier TG.
Awards/Achievements
NAPBC Re-Accreditation. Achieved full 3-year re-accreditation. 2014.
NAPBC Accreditation. Spearheaded and gained national accreditation for the Kennedy
Comprehensive Breast Center by the National Accreditation Program for Breast Centers, 2011.
South Jersey Magazine Best Physicians for Women 2013: Surgical Oncology
South Jersey Magazine Top Physicians for Women 2012: Reader’s Choice – Surgical Oncology
South Jersey Magazine Top Physicians for Women 2011: Reader’s Choice – Surgical Oncology
Teaching
Breast Cancer clinical scenarios, presentation, workup and treatment – General Surgery
Residents, Department of Surgery, Kennedy University Hospital/UMDNJ-School of Osteopathic
Medicine.
Breast Cancer Screening Lecture – Ob/Gyn Residents, Department of Obstetrics and
Gynecology, Kennedy University Hospital/UMDNJ-School of Osteopathic Medicine.
Rotating Outpatient Preceptorship for third-year and fourth-year Ob/Gyn residents. Kennedy
Comprehensive Breast Center.
Breast Cancer Lecture / Benign Breast Disease Lectures – Second-year and Third-year medical
students on General Surgery clerkship at UMDNJ School of Osteopathic Medicine.

Dr. Alixier Gonzales is a prominent specialist in the field of aesthetic medicine, with a particular focus on the administration of botox and fillers. Her dedication and experience in this area have made her a highly sought-after and respected professional in the industry. With a solid medical background and years of practical experience, Dr. Gonzales has perfected her skills in advanced botox and fillers techniques to provide exceptional results to her patients. Her focus is on enhancing the natural beauty of each individual, tailoring her treatments to the specific needs and goals of each client.

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Dr. Gonzales is not only known for her technical skill, but also for her personalized and warm care. Before each procedure, she takes the necessary time to understand her patients’ expectations and provide detailed information about the process, ensuring they feel comfortable and confident. In addition to being an expert in botox and fillers, Dr. Gonzales stays updated on the latest trends and advancements in aesthetic medicine. Her commitment to continuous education and the adoption of innovative technologies ensures that her patients receive the most advanced and safe treatments available. The reputation of Dr. Alixier Gonzales has been earned thanks to the remarkable results she has achieved and the satisfaction of her patients. Her professional ethics and patient-centered approach have made her an influential figure in the field of aesthetic medicine, where her passion for enhancing beauty and boosting the confidence of her patients shines through in every treatment she administers.
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Enrique L. Rosario Aloma
Dr. Enrique L. Rosario-Aloma, DPM, PhD, is a distinguished Assistant Professor with a solid background in podiatric medicine and an extensive focus on research and education. Dr. Rosario-Aloma earned his Doctor of Podiatric Medicine (DPM) at the Barry University School of Podiatric Medicine, where he laid the groundwork for his outstanding career. In addition to his clinical experience, he pursued a Doctorate in Biochemistry and Molecular Biology at Georgetown University, demonstrating his commitment to advancing the scientific understanding of podiatric medicine.

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Specialized in Foot and Ankle Surgery, Dr. Rosario-Aloma has developed a particular interest in Microbiology, Orthopedic Oncology, and the Biochemical Regulation of Tissue Regeneration. His dedication to expanding knowledge in these areas reflects a passion for improving outcomes for patients and contributing to the medical community at large.

During his residency in Podiatric Medicine and Reconstructive Ankle and Foot Surgery at BUSPM-Mercy Hospital, Dr. Rosario-Aloma honed his surgical skills, especially in the fields of Musculoskeletal Tumors, Podiatric Oncology, and Limb Salvage. His commitment to excellence in patient care is evident in his hospital affiliations, which include Mercy Hospital, Hialeah Hospital, Kendall Regional Medical Center, Hialeah Hospital Wound Care, and the Hyperbaric Center.

Dr. Rosario-Aloma is actively involved in professional associations and is a member of prestigious organizations such as the American Podiatric Medical Association, the American Board of Foot and Ankle Surgery, and the Pediatric Limb Nerve Surgeons Association. His dual experience as a podiatric surgeon and biochemist uniquely positions him at the intersection of clinical practice and cutting-edge research.

In addition to his clinical responsibilities, Dr. Rosario-Aloma contributes to the academic field through his role as an Assistant Professor. His commitment to education aligns with his desire to inspire the next generation of podiatric professionals, ensuring a legacy of excellence in patient care, research, and academic pursuit.

Dr. Enrique L. Rosario-Aloma’s multifaceted approach, combining clinical skills with a strong foundation in biochemistry and molecular biology, exemplifies his dedication to advancing the field of podiatric medicine, especially in critical areas for patient well-being and scientific progress.

Procedures:

Thigh Lift Procedure: A thigh lift (thighplasty) is a cosmetic procedure that can enhance the contours and tone of the thighs by removing excess fat and loose skin. This procedure is suitable for those who have lost a significant amount of weight, and full results can be seen after six months.

Knee Lift: Aging is a normal process that affects all parts of the body. Wrinkles and sagging skin around the knees can be noticeable and, although not as popular as other procedures, there are minimally invasive techniques to tighten the knees without significant loss of skin elasticity.

Calf Implant: Calf implants give the calf muscles a more defined and contoured shape. These implants can make the calf muscles appear fuller and more muscular. Typically, they are placed through small incisions in the back of the knees.

Fat Injection in Hip Dips: Fat grafting is a procedure that uses fat from the body itself to enhance shape and appearance. In the case of “hip dips”, fat is injected to add more volume to the lower part of the legs.

Phlebectomy/Vein Removal: Phlebectomy is a minimally invasive procedure to remove varicose veins just below the skin’s surface. It uses small incisions to extract the varicose vein in sections, with minimal discomfort and recovery time.

These procedures offer various options to enhance appearance and comfort, from thigh lift to calf implant surgery and advanced techniques such as AirSculpt® on the knees. Dr. Rosario-Aloma aims to provide effective and personalized solutions for his patients.

Dr. Frank T. Lansden, learned a lot from his father, including how to pilot planes, and when the time came, he decided he wanted to be a doctor like him. He earned his medical degree from the University of Cincinnati College of Medicine and then did his first surgery internship at the Medical University of South Carolina in Charleston. He stayed there for four more years to complete his first surgical residency and then completed a second one at the Tulane University School of Medicine in New Orleans. Since then, he has strived to make the greatest positive impact possible in his field. He joined the Southeastern Society of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgeons and also taught at the Medical University of South Carolina and Florida State University.

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No matter where you go, you always feel inexorably drawn to the beauty and serenity of the Keys. So he thought, why not bring his family there and move to practice? It was the best decision he could have made. The best part about this location is that he can also work in other areas of South Florida like Miami, where he recently decided to practice regularly. Dr. True Lansden is the medical director of Juventus Cosmetic Surgery Inc. Regardless of where he practices, he always adheres to the professional principles he has long believed in. He puts the patient and their experience first. Many do not understand plastic surgery as well as they should, and every positively transformative experience they can provide as plastic surgeons helps promote their field and its reach. He also always strives to understand his patients and their unique situations. Plastic surgeons need to know what kind of environment the patient comes from, what they want to achieve for themselves, and what problem they are facing. In this way, they can provide truly personalized care that each patient can feel confident and reassured about.
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