Offers Women Information and a Sense of Empowerment

Share Article, a full-featured website based in San Jose, California offering information and news about the most commonly performed plastic surgery in the United States, has gone live, providing internet users with a non-threatening source for articles and news about the procedure itself, as well as the process of choosing to undergo this surgery.

Over twenty thousand women undergo breast enhancement surgery every year offering specific articles and news about types of implants, benefits of having breast enhancement surgery, and speaking plainly about the risks involved, uses clear, non-technical language, and wraps it in an interface that is both inviting and user-friendly.

"Over twenty thousand women undergo breast enhancement surgery every year," says CEO Julie Anne Smith. "This plastic surgery has come out of the closet and become part of normal dinner table conversation. It's not just for women who want a self esteem boost, but also for women who have had mastectomies, or lost significant amounts of weight, and want to reclaim their sense of self. By providing information in a non-threatening, non-judgmental format, we're helping women considering this surgery go into their consultation appointments knowing what to expect."

Knowing what not to expect is also on the menu. The site also cautions that not all women are good breast enlargement candidates, citing allergies to silicone as a possible contraindication. As well, news files offer up-to-date information on studies of post-surgical results from around the country, and share new trends in cosmetic surgery, with items like "Same-Day Breast Reconstruction Improves Self Esteem," which suggests that cancer patients have a plastic surgeon present during their mastectomy consultations.

The, CEO Julie Anne Smith, added, "We see ourselves as being a source of help and encouragement to women who are considering breast implants, but feel insecure about the end results, or the reactions from friends and family. We want to assist surgical candidates in identifying their strengths, and diminishing their uncertainty. For most women who have this procedure, the benefits far outweigh any initial concerns."

To access the articles at, simply visit the site, and use the menu-bars across the top. No registration is required.

Corporate Summary:, based in San Jose, California, works with medical professionals to provide the most up to date breast surgery information. Since its launch in 2003, has expanded its database of news, articles.


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