The first question you ask yourself when considering breast augmentation is often: What will I look like after surgery? The New You Visualizer is an interactive tool designed to help you find out –in the privacy of your own home.
Mentor Worldwide LLC, a leading saline and silicone breast implants manufacturer, has launched a new educational campaign for women featuring actress and model, Brooke Burke-Charvet as their new spokesperson.
“If cosmetic surgery is something you’re considering it’s important to make an informed, healthy decision. In truth, I think the decision-making process is as important as the procedure itself,” said Burke-Charvet.
How the New You Visualizer can work for you
The New You Visualizer, which was developed by Mentor, can be found at LoveYourLook.com. The website allows you to securely upload a photo of yourself and make modifications based on implant size, shape and position. You’re also able to design customized before and after plastic surgery images that you can print or save online for later.
“Women are bombarded with information about breast augmentation, but don’t get the answer they really want, specifically ‘How will I look afterward?’. I love that the New You Visualizer empowers women to inform themselves,” Burke-Charvet said.
Mentor recommends bringing these simulated images with you to your first plastic surgery consultation. This will help eliminate some of the ambiguity that can arise when discussing your cosmetic goals and expectations
“Our goal with this campaign is to enable a better conversation between a woman and her doctor so she can achieve the best results possible,” said David Wilson, Worldwide President, Mentor Worldwide LLC.
Set-up a consultation for breast augmentation
Once you’ve done at-home research on breast augmentation surgery, the next step is to set-up a consultation with a qualified cosmetic surgeon. Dr. Collins is a leading plastic surgeon in New Haven with years of experience performing breast augmentation. Contact our office to schedule your consultation today.
Source: PR Newswire