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ATLANTA, GA, March 09, 2013 /24-7PressRelease/ -- Knowledge is power. Before you go in for a breast augmentation, you should know as much about the procedure as possible. Even before your initial consultation you should be as informed as you can. You should be able to engage your plastic surgeon in a serious discussion of the breast augmentation procedure, including its risks. Information will enable you to ask intelligent questions of your plastic surgeon.
Being a breast augmentation patient should not be a passive experience. You should be engaged and involved at every step of the process. If you're going to undergo breast augmentation, you should know what the procedure and recovery process will look like. Here are a few places you can go for more information.
Your Breast Augmentation Doctor
Your best source of information will certainly be the doctor who is going to be performing your breast augmentation. He or she has experience in the procedure and will be able to answer all of your questions.
Your cosmetic surgeon isn't the only person at the office who will be able to answer your questions. Speak to the staff and nurses as well. They'll have lots of information about the entire process and what you can expect to experience during your breast augmentation.
The American Society of Plastic Surgeons
The ASPS was founded in 1931 and is an excellent resource for breast augmentation patients looking for more information. With an accessible, easily navigated website, the American Society of Plastic Surgeons can tell you all you need to know about your breast augmentation.
Included within the ASPS' breast augmentation section are photo galleries, a 3D animation of the procedure, reviews from former patients and a dozen different pages covering various aspects of the procedure.
The Mayo Clinic
One of the finest hospitals in the world, the Mayo Clinic also runs an outstanding website offering information on countless procedures, including breast augmentation. The Mayo Clinic provides short, simple insights into the breast augmentation procedure that any patient can appreciate.
The American Society for Aesthetic Plastic Surgery
The ASAPS, founded in 1967, has more than 2,600 members across the world. It's a leading professional organization for plastic surgeons. Its website allows you to search for surgeons in your area and ask questions of expert doctors.
It also includes a thorough, extensive walkthrough of the breast augmentation procedure, complete with as much information as you could want. It is an excellent resource if you're planning on undergoing breast augmentation.
If you're a resident of the Atlanta, Georgia area and you want more information on the breast augmentation procedure, please visit the website of Dr. Mark E. Crispin, MD, PC today at www.crispinplasticsurgery.com.
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