Graduating from University of Miami's School of Medicine, Dr. Arabitg was first board certified in general surgery and completed his residency at the University of Florida. After completing his residency at UF, he was granted a plastic surgery and reconstructive surgery fellowship at the University of South Carolina, where he became board certified in Orlando plastic surgery. Dr. Arabitg is originally from the Orlando area and wanted to stay close to his roots when it came to establishing his own practice. He believes in, and promotes continuous education and fellowship of surgeons throughout the industry. In one video, Dr. Arabitg states, “A lot of plastic surgeons get stuck in their ways and I don’t like to do that. I always try to change it up a little bit just to keep myself new. Technology does change…but the body hasn’t changed that much.” This testimonial is just one example of how Dr. Arabitg is very knowledgeable about the plastic surgery industry and is concerned for his patients' well-being. Dr. Arabitg is a surgeon you can trust to have your best interests at heart and will be there for your every concern. He also speaks Spanish fluently and has patients from many different Orlando communities. Dr. Arabitg has staffing privileges at all Orlando Regional Healthcare facilities, Health Centers, and many other surgical centers, as well as runs his own private practice.
One of the services that Plastic Surgery Central Florida provides is a chin implant. Chin implants, also known as mentoplasty or genioplasty, are performed to make the chin longer or bigger to balance the face when comparing it to other facial features. There are different reasons for a patient to want a chin implant, but there are certain qualities that make up the perfect candidate to receive one.
Although there are many patients who may desire a chin implant, not every patient will be able to receive one. A patient must have a normal dental bite and teeth function in order to be considered a candidate for a chin implant. The candidate must have a small or receding chin, a chin that may seem disproportional to other facial features, or a desire to increase chin prominence. It is also important for a candidate to have a well-functioning immune system so that there is low risk of infection after the surgery. If a patient meets all three of these requirements, they may be the perfect candidate for a chin implant.