Reading List -Cosmetic Plastic Surgery Books - Breast Augmentation
Nicole's Reading List
When I was researching breast augmentation
- way back before I had a consultation with a plastic surgeon, and long before I started this breast implant information web site, I read everything I could find about breast enlargement. The books below are some of the better ones, in my opinion.
The hyperlinked book titles link you to each book's page on Amazon.com. I have been unable to find these titles in my local bookstore, so to get them, I either had to place special orders at my local store or buy them over the 'net. (Disclaimer: If you buy any of the books below using the links provided, I will get a small referral commission from Amazon. I won't be able to retire from it, but I might be able to buy a nice lunch ;-).
Recommended Books on Cosmetic Plastic Surgery
The Best Breast 2 - John B. Tebbetts, M.D. Breast Surgery Today – Out to Dinner Tonight! The Best Breast 2 tells you how you too can have this amazing recovery!
Redefining patient outcomes is the mission of the author duo consisting of John B. Tebbetts, M.D.—an internationally acclaimed plastic surgeon—and his wife, Terrye B. Tebbetts, a patient educator. Among the many topics covered in the book are the various medical issues, implant choices, available surgical options and how to prepare for and recover from surgery, as well as how to live with your new breasts. Featured throughout the book are checklists and tear-out flash cards that women can use during surgical consultations. The Best Breast 2 arms women with information based on the realities—not the myths—of breast augmentation to help them make the right decisions and avoid complications.
There really are some more affordable, less invasive ways to enhance your beauty. You just need to be able to separate the sound from the noise! Learn from some of the best-of-the-best: eleven nationally renowned experts and outstanding practitioners, dedicated to bringing you accurate, hype free information. Trust your face and body to the professional advice found within the pages of this book.
Sex, Lies and Cosmetic Surgery - by Lois W. Stern
Foreword by David B. Sarwer, Ph.D.
Cosmetic Surgery might enhance your sex life along with your appearance! But despite all the hoopla, it's not for everyone. Use this book of how-to's and anecdotes to help you answer important questions as: “What can I expect?” "Is it for me?" "How do I choose?" "Will I get a good result?” As a bonus for anyone considering cosmetic surgery, ten invaluable reproducible forms are included.
* This book is now available with a CD enclosure and on Kindle
Hilarious! Columnist Susan Reinhardt (and regular on Nicole's website!) takes every topic on men's and women's minds and blows them wide open with a never-before-seen candor. The humor is explosive. Topics range from bodies that have gone to pot, to grandmothers taking up smoking at age 80 and hiding lit cigarettes in bras and aprons. Once, the author had to "marry" her best friend when the minister (also the bride's yard man) blew a gasket in his colostomy bag.
There are three chapters that deal with breast augmentation issues and some discussion about the author meeting women in the ImplantInfo chat room. She was able to relate to so many women as part of her own experience.
There’s no such thing as truly "perfect breasts," but their appearance can dramatically affect how you feel about yourself and how others perceive you. In Cosmetic Breast Surgery, Dr. Robert Freund--a distinguished plastic surgeon who has worked on the breasts of thousands of women in his private and public practices--helps you decide if cosmetic breast surgery is right for you.
Dr. Engler's book, now updated, discusses many plastic surgery procedures, focusing on the most commonly performed ones. The book covers breast augmentation, breast lifts, breast reduction, liposuction,and abdominoplasty (tummy tucks). The book includes information on procedures, actual photos of before and after results and sections on the psychological and emotional issues associated with plastic surgery.
Nancy Bruning is a breast cancer survivor who has a silicone breast implant. This book provides practical advice for women considering implants and tells you what to do if something goes wrong, such as a leak or rupture. The book also features extensive coverage of topics pertaining to breast reconstruction.
A book focusing on breast implants, designed to clear up confusion and anxiety about them. Contains actual case studies. Note: Dr. Guthrie favors over-the-muscle implants and his book reflects his views.
A fully revised edition of the definitive guide to breast care reflects new developments in screening and diagnostic techniques, cancer treatment and research, genetics and diet,implants, hormone use, and many other topics. 100,000 first printing.
Dr. Copeland provides great insight to cosmetic enhancements through plastic surgery. Her Manhattan practice and best-selling books make her an authority on the subject of facial rejuvenation and skin care.