St. Petersburg, FL (PRWEB) May 15, 2010
Dr. Jeremy Benedetti (http://www.benedetticosmeticsurgery.com), a board-certified plastic surgeon, is reaching out to the public with a free breast enhancement event for Tampa, Florida women interested in breast augmentation, breast reduction, or a breast lift. The event, to be held on May 20 at 6:30 p.m. at Dr. Benedetti's St. Petersburg office, will be a fun way to provide women with information about their breast enhancement options. If you are interested in attending this complimentary event, RSVP as soon as possible at 727-289-7119. Space is limited.
"I've discovered that Tampa plastic surgery patients who are fully educated about their procedure are the patients that are most pleased with their results – yet finding the resources to get that education isn't always easy. That's why I'm hosting this free event," explains Dr. Benedetti. "Women will be able to have their questions answered and receive sound advice from what they know is a qualified resource."
Dr. Benedetti will be joined by representatives from MENTOR, makers of MemoryGel® breast implants. The MENTOR reps will provide information about implant-related concerns such as implant size, implant type (saline or silicone), and outer shell texture. Patients will need to take all of these factors into consideration when selecting implants for their breast augmentation.
"Many women find that silicone implants such as the MENTOR MemoryGel models have a more natural look and feel compared to saline," says Dr. Benedetti. "While that's a significant attraction and many of my patients choose silicone, we'll also discuss the benefits of saline. One of the most important things women should take away from this event is that their breast enhancement procedure should completely individualized and that, by educating themselves about their options, they're helping to ensure a satisfying result."
Attendees will also have the option of trying on breast implants in a private consultation room. Many patients find the process of trying on implants invaluable in the decision making process. As Dr. Benedetti explains, they may think that they want a certain size implant, but when they actually try it on, they discover they actually want to go smaller or larger.
The May 20th event won't be "all business." Dr. Benedetti and his staff have arranged for wine and hors d' oeuvres to be served. Attendees will also receive gift bags and can participate in a raffle. It's this kind of personal attention that keeps patients returning to the practice for additional procedures – that and the beautiful results that Dr. Benedetti is able to achieve.
"The event is also a way for me to say 'thank you' to my patients," adds Dr. Benedetti. "Whether they've seen me for a tummy tuck or BOTOX® Cosmetic in Tampa, each and every one of my patients is very special to me. Fun events like this are an excellent way to show them that they're appreciated."
Dr. Jeremy Benedetti (http://www.benedetticosmeticsurgery.com) specializes in performing breast enhancement, body contouring, and facial rejuvenation procedures for men and women from St. Petersburg and Tampa Bay, Florida and patients from throughout the United States and abroad at his private practice, Benedetti Cosmetic Surgery, P.A. He is certified by both the American Board of Plastic Surgery and the American Board of Surgery. After earning his Bachelor's Degree from Miami University, Dr. Benedetti attended medical school and graduated with honors from the Medical College of Ohio. He completed his General Surgery Internship and Residency at the University of California, Davis Medical Center, and a Residency in Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery at the University of Virginia Health Sciences Center. Dr. Benedetti is a member of The American Society of Plastic Surgeons and The American Society for Aesthetic Plastic Surgery. He supervises a full service medical spa that is located in the same state-of-the-art outpatient facility as his practice. Additionally, Dr. Benedetti participates in charitable surgical missions to treat children in Asia with facial deformities.
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