Non Invasive Breast Lift Technique Now Available in the United States

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After a year of development and clinical trial, on March 31 and April 1, 2007, aesthetic pioneer Dr. Virginia Stevens will introduce her innovative new non invasive breast lift technique to an elite group of medical professionals at a training seminar in Seattle. Her findings with this non surgical technique show great promise for women of all ages who wish to improve the appearance of their breasts without undergoing painful surgery, deciding where to hide scars, or taking time away from life to recover.

Seattle physician Virginia Stevens, MD, is known internationally as a pioneer in aesthetic and non invasive cosmetic treatments. Her innovations have changed the face of aesthetic medicine and brought great benefit to the patient who does not wish to undergo traditional plastic surgery or forfeit great amounts of time to recovery.

Dr. Stevens was among the first to offer combinations of Thermage, Rhytec Portrait, and Contour Threads for non surgical face lift and has now completed clinical trials for non surgical breast lift using the same techniques. Dr. Stevens is the first aesthetic specialist to perfect this non surgical breast lift in the United States and offer her valuable techniques in a training seminar to other physicians.

Women with small to medium cup sizes and mild to moderate laxity are ideal candidates for this technique. The age of the trial participants ranged from 35 to 53, but candidacy is not limited by age. Treatment time for the procedure is typically under two hours

Of the 30 women treated in long term study, most have had children or suffer from age related sagging. Results of the non surgical breast lift appear immediately due to the strength of the sutures, and then continue to improve over time as the collagen surrounding the threads regenerates. Those who have had the treatment are pleased to say they have great, younger-looking cleavage and much perkier breasts.

Physicians interested in attending the seminar in Seattle on March 31-April 1, 2007, can contact Michelle Swanson at Hypatia Clinic in Woodinville, Washington, for information about last-minute registration or future one-on-one preceptorships at 425-424-3416.


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