The Scoop on Breasts: A Plastic Surgeon Busts the Myths/Women's Health and Humor by Dr. Ted Eisenberg and Joyce K. Eisenberg

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At a party or at the gym, it is invariably the men who ask Dr. Ted Eisenberg what he does for a living. When he replies “cosmetic breast surgery,” the questions follow: Do you get a lot of exotic dancers? Does your wife mind that you look at other women’s breasts all day? Can I be your assistant? Does your wife have implants?
In brief: No. No. No. None of your business.
Women are not as public with their questions. But on the phone with one of his staff members or in the privacy of a consultation, they ask what they want to know: Am I too old for breast augmentation? Will implants boil in a hot tub? Do they need to be replaced every 10 years? Does your wife have implants?
In brief: No. No. No. None of your business.
When his staff members joined his team, working in a cosmetic breast surgery practice was new for all of them. They were surprised by what they learned on the job: “I thought that only dancers and women who wanted new boyfriends or husbands got breast implants, but this is not the case at all. Women tell me that their partners love them exactly how they are, and they are having surgery to make themselves look and feel better,” said Eileen Ricciutti.
Her colleague Pat Smith added, “Before I started to work here, I had seen very few breasts. I didn’t have any sisters. We didn’t get undressed in front of each other in gym class; we didn’t talk about our breasts or look at each other’s. I never knew that girls had concerns – that one breast might be smaller than the other, or that one might point down and the other up. I didn’t know why women would get breast implants; I thought it might be a fad. Now I understand.”
In The Scoop on Breasts: A Plastic Surgeon Busts the Myths, Dr. Eisenberg and his wife and co-author, Joyce K. Eisenberg, take you into the exam room for a peek into the lives of the 300,000 plus women in the U.S. who have a breast augmentation surgery each year.

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