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Tucson Plastic Surgery Helps Breast Cancer Patients Regain Confidence Through Restorative Procedures

Plastic surgery is not just for beauty enhancements. Indeed, the biggest thing it brings people is a life-changing boost in confidence. In particular, Tucson Plastic Surgery helps breast cancer patients regain their confidence through plastic surgery, bringing a more holistic face to what is commonly known as merely the act of changing people’s physical attributes.

Tucson Plastic Surgery is one a plastic surgery practice in the southwest US, catering to parties who fly in from various parts of the United States and Canada. The plastic surgery destination is home to some of the most seasoned doctors and medical practitioners in the field, ensuring that patients are given nothing but the complete care in their recovery and journey to healing.

Tucson Plastic Surgery caters to patients who are looking for cosmetic surgery to be done on their breast, including breast augmentation, breast implant exchange, breast implant removal, complex breast revision, breast reduction, restorative surgery, tuberous breast, and more. Besides that, the practice also offers more services, such as tummy tucks, liposuction, eyelid surgery, facelift, neck lift, and laser skin resurfacing, to name a few. 

The practice is led by two of the best names in the field of plastic surgery: Dr. Raman Mahabir and Dr. Silvia Kurtovic, both of which are incredibly passionate about helping breast cancer patients regain a sense of wholeness through plastic surgery.

Dr. Mahabir is board certified by both the American Board of Plastic Surgery and the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada. He was one of the proponents of the Breast Cancer Patient Education Act signed into law in 2015. Recently, Dr. Mahabir shared his expertise by writing and supporting the Breast Implant Illness bill, which has passed through the Senate and is on its way to becoming a law.

On the other hand, Dr. Kurtovic is renowned for her contributions in the areas of plastic and reconstructive surgery. Inspired by her mother’s breast cancer journey, Dr. Kurtovic uses a holistic and empathetic approach to breast reconstruction, microsurgery, and cosmetic surgery. 

“We are committed to delivering an unparalleled patient experience as one of the most trusted names in plastic surgery to rebuild, restore, and rejuvenate your authentic self,” explained the doctors. “Our mission is to provide you with unparalleled experience by taking time to listen and understand your individual needs and concerns. We believe creating a custom-tailored plan based on your goals, and unique anatomy is essential to achieving good possible results,” he added.

The practice is located in the beautiful Tucson area, surrounded by championship golf courses, peaceful spas, world-class resorts, and trend-setting restaurants, making the entire experience that much more relaxing for patients. 

Complimenting the warm welcome Tucson provides, Tucson Plastic Surgery also aims to match the same standards. First, patients come in for a consultation to give them time to explain and highlight their areas of concern. The consultation can also be done through the practice’s online communication portal. Next, the patients will be scheduled for their visit to the state-certified surgery center, where they will have concrete dates for pre-op appointments, the actual date of the surgery, and post-op appointments.

Knowing that many of their patients come from abroad, the team at Tucson Plastic Surgery provides them with packets through the mail to fully equip their patients before traveling.

Lastly, the recovery stage. If needed, Tucson Plastic Surgery allows their patients to stay in their aftercare facility to fully regenerate and be professionally tended to with everything they need for their post-op needs.

Learn more about Tucson Plastic Surgery on its website.

Company: Tucson Plastic Surgery

Media Contact: Ace Pacific 


Phone number: 520-389-6113

Country: United States

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