Board Certified Plastic Surgeon, Dr. Verne Weisberg Warns Mentor Gummy Bear Implants with Level III Gel Require Greater Surgical Skill.

Dr. Verne Weisberg, founder and owner of The Plastic Surgery Center encourages greater diligence in selecting the surgeon for those wanting Mentor Gummy Bear Implants with Level III Gel.

Portland, ME, December 11, 2014: Owner and Founder of The Plastic Surgery Center, Dr. Verne Weisberg posted a new blog on his website entitled, “The Beauty of Mentor Anatomical Gummy Bear Implants.”  They may be beautiful, but according to Dr. Weisberg, the patient’s focus needs to be on the skill level of the surgeon.

As Dr. Weisberg states in his blog, “Whether you are making a decision upon breast implants for cosmetic or medical reasons, the knowledge and skill of the surgeon you choose to work with is of utmost importance. In fact, the surgeon is more important than the specific implant. You want to make certain the surgeon is comfortable working with specific implants due to the nature of the surgery and its aesthetic requirements.”

Referring to the Mentor Anatomical Gummy Bear Implants as, “The most stable breast implants ever”, Dr. Weisberg states that, “Level III Gel offers greater longevity and predictability of outcome. They are often referred to as highly cohesive implants.” To the layperson he explains, “What that means is that the gel is more stable and less likely to redistribute or change its shape. In addition, the likelihood of the implant folding once in place is minimal to non-existent and there is much less of a chance of leakage. All of this adds up to greater longevity and peace of mind for you.”

The entire blog can be found here.

About Dr. Weisberg

Dr. Verne Weisberg is board certified with two surgical specialties. His first board certification is in otolaryngology (ENT), after three years of training at the prestigious Mount Sinai Medical Center in New York City. Dr. Weisberg was then privileged to complete his plastic surgical residency at Yale University, after which he was invited to join the faculty. While a resident at Yale, Dr. Weisberg spent several months at New York University Medical Center and Manhattan Eye and Ear Hospital where he studied aesthetic surgery. In 1987, Dr. Weisberg was appointed Assistant Professor of Surgery (Plastic) by Yale University, where he taught the general surgery and plastic surgery residents. During that time, he developed a love for clinical practice and cosmetic surgery, especially after having developed the first university-based aesthetic surgery practice on his own.

For more than 26 years, Dr. Weisberg has developed the premier Aesthetic Surgical Practice in northern New England. As a double-boarded surgeon, he is uniquely trained in all aspects of facial plastic surgery with a special interest in rhinoplasty, both primary and revisional, as well as face-lifting. Dr. Weisberg enjoys performing the full variety of aesthetic plastic surgery, especially body contouring after weight loss as well as breast augmentation and lifting. Dr. Weisberg has been a pioneer in limited incisional surgery

for reducing breasts, and has introduced cutting edge procedures and has written many articles on advanced techniques in aesthetic and cosmetic surgery.

About The Plastic Surgery Center

The Plastic Surgery Center is a certified surgical facility, AAAASF (American Association for Accreditation of Ambulatory Surgery Facilities, Inc.) where we offer you a comfortable and relaxed setting with state-of-the-art technology in cosmetic surgery

We have a highly experienced and professional staff who will help make your time with us a positive experience from the initial consult with Dr. Weisberg and our Patient Care Coordinator, to surgery and then after care. We believe that each person is an individual with unique needs. To meet those needs we are committed to providing and maintaining unparalleled standards of care, excellence, quality, and above all, compassion. Our goal is to help people feel good about themselves by bringing out the beauty that’s been there all along.

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