The Scoop On Breasts: A Plastic Surgeon Busts The Myths
By Dr. Ted Eisenberg & Joyce K. Eisenberg
To be known as the world record holding plastic surgeon for the most breast augmentations performed in a lifetime, it’s likely that surgeon will be able to answer all (and any) of your questions about breasts.
That’s what Dr. Ted Eisenberg and co-author Joyce K. Eisenberg tackle in _e Scoop on Breasts: A Plastic Surgeon Busts the Myths.
Dr. Eisenberg outlines the history of breasts from their very conception—from the history of bras and breasts through puberty, to “a bustline timeline,” which includes the history of breast implants since their creation. In a candid telling of why he is involved in cosmetic breast surgery, he entertains you with facts, answering humorous and imperative questions that he’s heard throughout his career.
In the average woman’s quest to have larger breasts, he also answers questions about various women he has operated on, often reassuring women that this choice of surgery—as it should be an educated one—shouldn’t be a hasty one. Addressing the importance of breast cancer screenings, he dispels the myth that breast implants cause breast cancer, and outlines what can be detected during these screenings when you have breast implants.
In answering questions about breasts, informally referenced as “titties,” he also takes women through their choice to have breast surgery done, the questions they deserve to ask a surgeon, what they need to know about themselves, and the aftercare they should expect. As a lifelong choice, it is not one to be taken lightly—and with this in mind, he fearlessly tackles this with respect and wit, appealing to the women he has met throughout his career.
With a clear interest in educating women about their breasts, Dr. Ted Eisenberg and Joyce Eisenberg promise to bust all the myths—a promise executed quite delightfully.
A portion of the proceeds of every book sale will be donated to the Linda Creed Breast Cancer Foundation, which provides free mammograms for women with little or no medical insurance.
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