Know what’s out there, know what’s available and don’t settle for less!
Park City, UT (PRWEB) January 19, 2012
There’s more to breast augmentation than meets the eye. Just ask Terrye Tebbetts, co-author of The Best Breast.
While breast augmentation can improve the size, shape and appearance of a woman’s contours by redefining sagging breasts and restoring lost volume, there are aspects of the surgery which consumers sometimes neglect to consider.
“Know what’s out there, know what’s available and don’t settle for less,” says Tebbetts. “Go beyond one Google search, one forum or one book. You’re about to change your body forever. Educating yourself will help you make the best decisions.”
The website is keen on promoting preparation as a key ingredient to success with plastic surgery. Tebbetts’ insights punctuate a recent ImplantInfo.com article outlining the steps consumers should take to prepare – both physically and emotionally – for breast augmentation.
“Heredity, pregnancy, mastectomies and other surgeries impact women’s bodies,” says Shawn Miele of ImplantInfo.com. “Yet, they still want to live life to the fullest and should. Terrye has helped us deliver critical information in a way that’s highly relatable.”
With topics from “Anesthesia, etc.” to “Should I Make This Decision Alone,” the article provides breast augmentation candidates with a realistic set of tools they can use to make an informed decision before scheduling surgery.
“We always want consumers to put their health, safety and well being first. We do that by encouraging them to think outside the box, fully educate themselves and seek out plastic surgeons who understand their unique needs, risks and benefits,” says Miele.
Miele adds that, “Teaming up with Terrye was a no-brainer. She has a tremendous amount of clinical experience and currently serves as patient educator for Dr. John B. Tebbetts. She is passionate about educating others and passionate about meeting patients’ needs.”
“Knowledge gives you power,” explains Tebbetts.
A sampling of the down-to-earth, breast augmentation advice Terrye dishes out in this ImplantInfo.com article includes:
-“If a surgeon says yes to everything you want, run the other way.”
-“The best advice for a loved one is to be supportive and ask questions.”
-“Going to consults without knowledge is a waste of time and money.”
To read the full article or get more information about Breast Augmentation and related plastic surgery procedures, visit ImplantInfo.com.
About ImplantInfo.com: A women’s guide to breast augmentation and breast implants since 1999, ImplantInfo.com gives consumers free, 24/7 access to information related to implants, surgery and breast health. As a full-service online resource, we make it easy for them to conduct research, search our board-certified surgeon database and join live discussions with women who’ve had or are contemplating breast augmentation.