Shape Magazine Interviews Top Seattle Plastic Surgeon About Using Patients’ Own Fat to Naturally Enhance Breasts
Seattle, WA –- Dr. Shahram Salemy, a leading Pacific Northwest plastic surgeon, was featured in the March 2012, issue of popular women’s health and beauty magazine, Shape. The “Mind and Body” feature looks at five non-traditional breast enhancement options of which readers are probably not aware.
In the feature, Dr. Salemy comments on natural breast enhancement using a relatively new form of fat transfer technology. Dr. Salemy performs this procedure in his private operating room in Seattle, WA, and recommends it for women looking for a more natural alternative to gel implants. “This is a good option for women who are not interested in having implants, have some excess fat in other areas of their body, and want a fuller look to their breasts,” Dr. Salemy says.
Dr. Salemy is a board certified plastic surgeon specializing in all aspects of plastic surgery using state-of-the-art technology. He has built his practice on providing safe, natural, and lasting results for patients. Satisfied patients rave about Dr. Salemy’s work again and again in online testimonials.
Recently voted Seattle’s Best Plastic Surgeon in Seattle Magazine’s 2011 “Reader’s Choice Awards,” Dr. Salemy is also a featured breast augmentation expert on RealSelf.com, the most popular web forum for people researching and undergoing plastic surgery, with over twelve million viewers annually. In 2007, 2008 and 2010, he was named one of “America’s Top Plastic Surgeons” by the Consumers’ Research Council of America.
Read the Shape article and Dr. Salemy’s comments online at: http://www.drsalemy.com/blog/breast-augmentation/breast-augmentation-using-your-own-fat-why-fat-transfer-is-becoming-a-great-option-for-select-patients
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