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Denver Breast Implants Plastic Surgeon Recommendation?

I am considering Breast augmentation. How do I find the best doctor to go to in Denver, CO? I don't want to be big. I exercise all the time and my breasts are tiny now.

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Denver Breast Implants Plastic Surgeon Recommendation

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The ASPS website is a good starting point for qualified board certified plastic surgeons. Dr. Frank Campanile and Dr. Stacey Folk are possibilities. Consult 3 - 4 surgeons to understand your options.

West Palm Beach Plastic Surgeon
4.5 out of 5 stars 14 reviews

Denver breast surgeon

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The best place to start to find a surgeon in Denver is to go to the ASPS or ASAPS website and locate someone in your community.

Manhattan Plastic Surgeon
4.5 out of 5 stars 14 reviews

Drs. John Grossman and Philippe Capraro

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Dear NP,

Go to the web site for the American Society of Plastic Surgeons. Go to the "Find a Doctor" function. Fill in your ZIP code. Wallah! You'll have a list of qualified names.

Let me plug 2 great plastic surgeons in Denver. Drs. John Grossman and Philippe Capraro are outstanding breast surgeons. They taught me most everything that I know about cosmetic breast surgery, and I'm certain that you would have a high-quality experience with them.

Good luck!

Ventura Plastic Surgeon
5.0 out of 5 stars 2 reviews

Best advice is to find a skilled and talented 'breast augmentation' plastic surgeon

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I would encourage you to make a consultation with a board certified plastic surgeon who is experienced in breast augmentation. Do your homework and thoroughly investigate your prospective plastic surgeon…check references, look at postoperative results, and ask to speak to former patients.

The experience, wisdom, skills, and talents of your surgeon are essential to your successful outcome. Your aesthetic surgeon should be compassionate and cognizant of your individual needs.

I hope this helps!

Englewood Plastic Surgeon

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