Phoenix-Based Dr. Kotoske Has One of the Highest Volume for Breast Augmentations, One of the Top in the U.S.

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Nationally recognized cosmetic surgeon combines innovative treatments with patient education and participation

It is essential my patients completely understand their treatment and have realistic expectations for positive results.

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With a recent survey citing that one in five Americans are interested in receiving some kind of cosmetic surgery, breast augmentation continues to top the list for women all over the U.S. Dr. Thomas Kotoske, a board-certified Arizona plastic surgeon, continues to perform breast augmentation surgeries in top numbers for patients in the Phoenix/Scottsdale area as well as for patients traveling from as far as Chicago.

Using the latest techniques and procedures, Dr. Kotoske also takes into account the individual goals and concerns of each patient.

“Cosmetic procedures should be natural looking and give people a feeling of confidence,” said Dr. Kotoske, owner of the JCAHO approved, private clinic Cosmetic Surgery Institute, based in Phoenix. “It is essential my patients completely understand their treatment and have realistic expectations for positive results.”

Breast augmentation surgeries were performed for over 300,000 women in the U.S. alone last year, and the surgery increases in popularity every year. Since its beginning in 1962, nearly 2.5 million women have had breast implant surgery.

In Dr. Kotoske’s office, only the safest, approved methods and implants are used. Whether seeking cosmetic breast enlargement or breast reconstruction after cancer, Dr. Kotoske and his staff assess each patient and tailor the implants to contour to each individual’s body for a natural look. As breast implants are continually improved and refined, the Cosmetic Surgery Institute stays current with advancing trends. In fact, Dr. Kotoske is presently on a national study team working on approval of a new implant that is very light, causes no rippling and is more suitable for thin women with little breast tissue.

Dr. Kotoske and the Cosmetic Surgery Institute also provide total body cosmetic surgery services. These include entire facial cosmetic surgeries, including the only Quicklift performed in Arizona, a “weekend” facelift using the latest laser technology that reduces bruising and swelling so patients can have the surgery Friday and return to work on Monday. Facial surgery also includes nose reshaping (rhinoplasty); lifts to eyelids, brows and forehead; implants for the chin and cheeks; and ear reshaping. Skin enhancements include Botox injections, chemical peels, microdermabrasion, laser resurfacing, hair removal, photo facial, Hylaform, Sculptra, Restylane and Radiesse. Dr. Kotoske also performs liposuction and tummy tucks for better overall body proportion.

For more information about breast augmentation and other cosmetic surgeries in Phoenix or Scottsdale, please call 623-516-2639 or visit http://www.bodybykotoske.com.

About Dr. Kotoske, Private Surgeon at Cosmetic Surgery Institute

Dr. Thomas G. Kotoske is an honor graduate of Kirksville College of Osteopathic Medicine (KCOM), and he completed his residency at Mount Clemens General Hospital, a Level 1 Trauma Center, in Michigan. Later he was Fellowship trained at the Graduate Hospital in Philadelphia, learning groundbreaking techniques from world-renowned surgeon Julius Newman, M.D.

Dr. Kotoske is board-certified in facial plastic and reconstructive surgery; total body cosmetic surgery; otolaryngology (ear, nose and throat); and head and neck surgery. He has been featured as a medical expert on television a number of times and has published several articles and research projects in esteemed medical journals. Currently, Dr. Kotoske serves as Chairman of the Department of Surgery at John C. Lincoln Hospital Deer Valley. He is an adjunct professor for Midwestern University and KCOM, and tours the nation giving lectures on various topics of plastic surgery.

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