Breast-Enlargement.net Re-launches with Expanded Content, Improved Design

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Since 2003, Breast-Enlargement.net has provided women with comprehensive and reliable information on all aspects of breast surgery as well as up-to-date news bulletins on research and development in the field. Re-launched for 2008 with expanded content and a new, user-friendly design, Breast-Enlargement.net continues its dedication to amassing and delivering the best and most accurate data to its readers.

We strive to answer a woman's questions in both a practical and an emotional sense, helping her to prepare physically, psychologically and even financially for the surgery and even helping her to find the right surgeon.

Breast-Enlargement.net has undergone a surgical procedure of its own, returning to the web for 2008 with a new design and expanded content covering all aspects of breast surgeries from augmentations to reductions. The San Jose, California-based site is both attractive and easily navigated, giving readers ready access to a full library of well-researched, informative articles as well as up-to-date news bulletins.

"A decision to undergo breast surgery, whether as a matter of personal choice or out of medical necessity is a major step for a woman," said Julie Anne Smith, CEO and President of Breast-Enlargement.net. "We strive to answer a woman's questions in both a practical and an emotional sense, helping her to prepare physically, psychologically and even financially for the surgery and even helping her to find the right surgeon."

Recent articles added to the site's impressive database include a piece on understanding and preventing the complication of capsular contracture from breast implants, while the news section provocatively reported on the case of a transgendered patient refused enhancement surgery at a California hospital.

"We're not shy around here," said Smith. "This is a serious business, a matter of self-esteem and personal choice. Well-informed patients are good patients -- and healthy ones. You can't always count on a doctor to tell you everything you need to know. We give you the understanding and the vocabulary to be an active participant in your own cosmetic procedure."

Articles in major topic areas like breast augmentation, enlargement, enhancement and implants as well as the form to request assistance with finding a doctor are now arranged in a menu bar across the top of the site. News and currently featured articles are boxed to the right center of the page.

"The one thing we emphasized in re-designing the site was ease of access," said Smith. "Our readers come to us looking for a particular kind of information and we have no intention of making them have to hunt and peck around to find it. I'm especially proud of our up-front navigation and confident it will serve our visitors well."

A request for assistance in finding a doctor will match a user with qualified physicians in their area certified in the procedure in which they are interested. While working with the advisors at Breast-Enlargement.net does not create a medical relationship, the site makes every effort to provide the best consultive information available at the time the request is made.

As a user-centered website focused on a field in which new developments and articles constantly evolve, the editors at Breast-Enlargement.net welcome and invite your questions, comments, and ideas.

Corporate Summary

Breast-Enlargement.net, based in San Jose, California, provides a comprehensive library of articles and up-to-date news briefs on topics relative to all aspects of breast surgeries from enlargements to reductions. Since its initial launch in 2003, Breast-Enlargement.net has continued to expand its expert database in an effort to educate consumers and to help them choose the best professional cosmetic options available to them.

Contact Information

Julie Anne Smith, CEO and President
Breast-Enlargement.net
Santana Towers
3031 Tisch Way, 7th Floor
San Jose, CA 95128
Ph. 408-554-8990
Fax 408-554-8996

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