Breast Augmentation… Not Just About SIZE!
May 28, 2011
Dr. Scott E Newman Prominent New York Cosmetic Surgeon Emphasizes There Are Many Motivating Factors for Breast Surgery
New York City, April 14, 2011 – When the topic of breast augmentation or cosmetic breast surgery is approached, many immediately conjure stripper, Vegas cocktail waitress, Heidi Montag, oversized, mountainous, cleavage bearing breasts that defy gravity and the clothing wrapped around them. But prominent New York Cosmetic Surgeon Dr. Scott Newman who specializes in cosmetic and reconstructive breast surgery notes the majority of women who opt for cosmetic breast surgery are more interested in finding the right size for themselves rather than obtaining overpowering breasts that enter the room before their body does.
There are many reasons women seek enhancements, centerfold boobs are a small portion,” explains Dr. Newman. “Most of my patients are average women who want to look great in a bathing suit, as well as in a business suit,” he added. “Other motivating factors include asymmetrical breasts, post-surgery reconstruction, post-pregnancy sagging, underdevelopment and body proportioning.”
Many of Dr Newman’s patients are asymmetrical where one breast is significantly larger or different in shape than the other, in some cases as much as a cup size in difference. For these women, simply finding a bra to fit comfortably and properly is impossible, and they are forced to add padding to create a uniform appearance in clothing. Dr. Newman’s symmetrical breast enhancement procedures bring balance and proportion to a patient’s form, allowing her to feel more comfortable in and out of clothing.
Another common augmentation procedure is breast reconstruction, especially with breast cancer patients. The devastation of going thru a mastectomy or double mastectomy is softened with a reconstruction procedure.
Pregnancy and nursing can have an adverse effect on a woman’s breast shape and size causing sagging and, in some cases, a change in the amount of breast tissue. These are women who simply want to return to their pre-baby size and shape.
And, for some women whose breasts are underdeveloped or disproportionate, augmentation can produce complementary body symmetry.
The latest annual report released early in February 2011, from the American Society of Plastic Surgeons (ASPS), of which Dr Newman is a prominent member, notes an increase in cosmetic surgical procedures for 2010 by 2 percent with breast augmentation as the number one selected procedure.
Dr. Newman of Advanced Plastic Surgery Center in New York City has performed over 4000 surgeries including 57 doctors, four of whom are Plastic Surgeons themselves. His in-depth personalized one-on-one consultations guide him in determining the “best” procedure for each patient.
About Dr. Newman
In private practice since 1993, Dr. Newman served as Chief Resident at Mount Sinai Medical Center. He is an Assistant Clinical Professor of Plastic Surgery at the Albert Einstein College of Medicine and Chief of Plastic Surgery at St. John’s Riverside Hospital. Dr. Newman is certified by the ABPS and is a member of the ASPS and the ASAPS. Visitwww.psurgery.com or call 800-873-9614.
For more information about Dr. Newman, or to arrange an interview, please contact Mary Vail at email@example.com or at 702-289-2225.
American Society of Plastic Surgeons (ASPS) report link