Hurting Less: Dr. Paul Wigoda’s Breast Implants are Painless, Patients Say

Bargain basement-priced breast implants can be painful, dangerous and in the long run cost more time, money and risk, says Board certified plastic surgeon Dr. Paul Wigoda. Dr. Wigoda blends surgical technique, experience and precision to eliminate pain, promote recovery and produce lasting Fort Lauderdale breast augmentation results


Fort Lauderdale, FL – March 16, 2010 – Dr. Paul Wigoda’s plastic surgery patients are hurting less. Even as plastic surgery spending slumped again in 2009, breast augmentation remained the most popular surgical procedure for American women with over 300,000 procedures nationwide.

And as the tough economic times persist, price conscious consumers and patients are shopping for the best surgical techniques and least amount of pain, according to board certified plastic surgeon Dr. Wigoda.

“Combining knowledge, skill and personal care is vital to reducing post-surgical inflammation, promoting fast recovery and ensuring patients’ happiness with every Fort Lauderdale breast augmentation procedure,” Dr. Wigoda said.

In a market where many other surgeons are offering bargain breast augmentation procedures, these surgeries are often accompanied by a prolonged and painful recovery, additional missed time from work and poor results.

“Patients who choose a surgeon based purely on price without considering certification, training and experience may be making a costly mistake,” Wigoda said. “The first operation is the patient’s best opportunity for a quality result. Placing yourself in the capable hands of an experienced, board certified plastic surgeon is the first step to the quality you deserve.”

The Aesthetics Institute continues to give South Florida patients what they are looking for as Dr. Wigoda has developed a technique to eliminate pain from breast augmentation procedures.

“Breast augmentation was a dream that I always had,” said recent Dr. Wigoda patient Karen Vidal. “The same day of the procedure I was able to go home and move around without pain. On a scale of one to ten, I rate my level of pain at one and Dr. Wigoda at ten and a half!”

Dr. Wigoda uses over a decade of South Florida plastic surgery experience to blend the methods of other top cosmetic surgeons, perfect his own technique and match the correct incision, implant and procedure to every individual patient.

“The most uncomfortable experience of my procedure was having to sleep on my back for a couple of days,”  Vidal said. “Other than that, I was pain free.”

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About Dr. Wigoda
Dr. Paul Wigoda is a Fort Lauderdale plastic surgeon and owner of The Aesthetics Institute. He is a board certified plastic surgeon and is a member of the American Society of Plastic Surgeons, the Florida Medical Association, and the Broward County Medical Association. Dr. Wigoda specializes in Fort Lauderdale breast augmentation, breast reduction, breast lift, liposuction, rhinoplasty, tummy tuck, facelift, brow lift, eyelid surgery, Juvederm, Radiesse, Restylane, Botox, laser hair removal, and spider vein treatments.

The Aesthetics Institute Location:
1404 E Broward Blvd.
Fort Lauderdale, Florida 33301
(954) 463-7088

Is Your Plastic Surgeon Board Certified? Questions To Ask Before Plastic Surgery

Making the choice to undergo cosmetic surgery is not one that should be taken lightly. Even the most famous and experienced plastic surgeons have less than-stellar results with patients from time to time, and occasionally have patients that experience complications during plastic surgery.

Consider the following questions when researching plastic surgeons. Keep in mind that the final choice of surgeon is yours and should depend on whom you feel the most comfortable with, not who is the cheapest or most well known.

1.    Is the surgeon a fully trained plastic surgeon?

In order to become a plastic surgeon, a physician must complete 4 years of medical school, at least 3 years of a general surgery residency, and at least 2 years of a plastic surgery residency. Fellowships are often done for additional training. All of these must be done at fully accredited programs.

2.    Is the plastic surgeon board certified by the American Board of Plastic Surgery?

In order to become a board certified plastic surgeon, a doctor must meet the requirements in question one and then pass a written exam. After being in practice for approximately one year, the plastic surgeon then must pass a three-day oral exam given by many of the national leaders of plastic surgery around the country. This is the only board that is important for a plastic surgeon.

3.    Where is the surgery being performed? Have there been any serious complications at the surgery site?

You should always ask if there have been any problems at the practice or surgery center where you will be having your cosmetic procedure There are some well known cosmetic surgery centers in South Florida where more than one death has occurred. Patients may not realize that the cosmetic surgery centers are businesses often owned, not by physicians, but by businessmen.

For more information and questions to ask your plastic surgeon before having a cosmetic surgery procedure, call Dr. Wigoda at (954) 463-7088.