New Book By British Plastic Surgeon Lays Bare The Facts About Cosmetic Breast Surgery

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A new book by distinguished surgeon Mr Allen Rezai, MD takes a behind-the-scenes look at cosmetic breast surgery from the point of view of both the prospective patient and the surgeon and his team. Cutting away the glamour, the book takes a detailed look at the major breast operations, including breast augmentation, breast uplift and breast reduction, leaving the reader in no doubt what to expect both before and after surgery.

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needed guidance and advice to seekers of cosmetic breast surgery of all types. At the time of year when the thoughts of many turn naturally towards holiday-making, which for a large number implies basking on a sun-scorched beach in a state of semi-nakedness, it is at moments like this that our little imperfections often come to mind.

However, having the perfectly contoured body you always dreamed of is no longer the obstacle it used to be: help is now at hand in the form of highly advanced, safe and more affordable surgical techniques than ever before. And this little book explains all. Including several pages of full colour before and after photographs and details of the most popular procedures (not just breast enlargement), it will be a valuable resource and provide much food for thought before taking what amounts to a potentially life-changing decision.

In this day and age when most hopeful patients for any form of cosmetic surgery carry out their initial research into the subject via the internet, it is an immediate aid that the book has been initially released in downloadable digital format, and furthermore for a limited time is available free from Mr Rezai's website at

The material presented in the book, including the descriptions of the procedures for breast augmentation, breast uplift and breast reduction, and the pre-operative and post-operative guides, are based on the standards of care at Mr Rezai's London clinic which has seen thousands of patients pass through the doors. Although details will naturally differ from surgeon to surgeon, what the reader will learn can be considered as a standard of best practice of what to expect (and demand) of any cosmetic surgeon.

There is already a plethora of published material available to help the potential breast surgery patient in their decision-making and understanding of the various clinical procedures, some of it highly informative and of excellent quality. Therefore the purpose of this book is not to attempt to reproduce this literature, rather to address some more specific questions a patient might have about the operation and how to prepare for it, any potential associations and complications related to the surgery, and finally what they might expect to encounter after the operation.

This book should therefore be considered to be rather a "behind the scenes" look at breast surgery from the perspective of both the patient and the surgeon and his team, cutting away as it does all the frills and glamour, and enabling the patient to go in with their eyes wide open to what they are about to undertake. At the very least, having read it through in it's entirety, the patient will then be more aware of what the procedures entail, the risks involved, and be in a position to pose some useful and precise questions, both to themselves and to the surgical team.

About Cosmetic Surgery Specialists:

Located in the heart of London's famous Harley Street, Cosmetic Surgery Specialist's primary clinic welcomes clients from around the world. The team is lead by Mr Allen Rezai MD, an experienced surgeon and acknowledged expert in cosmetic and reconstructive plastic surgery with particular specialization in aesthetic surgery of the breasts and facial surgery. Further information, including before- and after-surgery photographs, can be found on their website at

Mr Allen Rezai MD
Cosmetic Surgery Specialists
40 Harley Street
United Kingdom

020 7580 8001 or
0870 043 4147
International callers:
+44 20 7580 8001


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