LOS ANGELES, Dec. 12, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- Few surgeries are as deeply personal for a woman as a breast removal. Although the mastectomy is necessary to the woman's survival, the female cancer patient may experience a sorrow similar to grief. In addition to the fear that comes with sickness, the female often feels that her womanhood has been attacked and she is being robbed of her femininity. The American Society of Plastic Surgeons (ASPS) recently revealed that the majority of cancer patients requiring mastectomy wish to see the results of breast reconstruction before the breast is removed. Now more than ever, reconstructive breast surgery holds a major role in the mastectomy discussion. As this is the case, the cured female is in need of an exemplary surgeon to perform the breast reconstruction. All efforts are collaboratively geared toward the safest and most optimal recovery of the patient and thus removal and reconstruction are more closely associated.
For the cured female, choosing an expertly skilled reconstructive surgeon becomes an integral part of the recovery process. Leading plastic surgeon Dr. Payam Jarrah-Nejad, or Dr. J, as his staff and patients call him, focuses on restoring the confidence and sense of femininity for each one his female patients through his masterful breast reconstruction.
With a longstanding reputation for artfully reshaping the female breast, Dr. J is considered a premier specialist of breast augmentation in Beverly Hills. A highly esteemed and sought-after surgeon for Beverly Hills plastic surgery, Dr. J also emphasizes the importance of humanitarian efforts, offering his surgical expertise to disadvantaged people in various nations. While Dr. J's work is of impressive caliber, he and his team always work to make sure that patients are able to receive the surgeries they deserve by keeping the fees for such procedures as breast reconstruction and breast augmentation affordable and others like tummy tuck cost and rhinoplasty very reasonable.
Dr. J honors the women who bravely fought against cancer or have survived serious accidents by executing surgery with the expert dexterity that is required to perform breast reconstruction. It is possible for the reconstruction process to begin immediately following the cancer operation, but in most cases, the process takes place gradually with a series of surgeries carried out by Dr. J.