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Plastic Surgeon in New Jersey Offers Innovative Breast Surgery Technique

VERONA, NJ -- (Marketwire) -- 02/12/13 -- At The LoVerme Center for Plastic Surgery, Dr. Paul LoVerme, a board-certified New Jersey plastic surgeon, focuses on the art and science of natural aesthetics. Creating and maintaining a natural look for patients is a vital component to Dr. LoVerme's mission. He believes cosmetic surgery should adhere to the guidelines of a natural aesthetic and avoid results that look blatantly artificial. This belief has led Dr. LoVerme to offer his Internal Bra technique -- a breast procedure designed to provide patients better, longer-lasting support following a breast reduction or breast lift.

The Internal Bra technique offers patients a more proportionate and elevated bust line while using their own tissues to create results they can see but not feel. During the procedure, the patients' breasts are contoured to give a more pleasing shape. They are lifted and supported by the Internal Bra construction, which is secured to the patient's chest wall. Dr. LoVerme also avoids any nipple separation during the procedure which will generally allow patients to maintain sensation in their nipples, as well as their ability to breastfeed.

Dr. LoVerme highlights that with the Internal Bra technique, patients at his New Jersey plastic surgery center experience both a more natural feel and function when compared to traditional outcomes following a breast lift or breast reduction. Additionally, he says the results are also longer-lasting. The Internal Bra procedure takes approximately three hours to complete, and patients can usually resume their normal routines within two weeks after surgery.

About Paul LoVerme, MD

Dr. Paul LoVerme is dual board-certified in Surgery and Plastic Surgery and a second-generation plastic surgeon. Following twelve years of accredited training in medicine, surgery, and plastic surgery, he joined his father, Stephen R. LoVerme, M.D., in the private practice of cosmetic surgery and reconstructive plastic surgery. As the founder and medical director of The LoVerme Center for Plastic Surgery, Dr. LoVerme is dedicated to providing the New Jersey community with the highest degree of patient care possible. He is a member of prestigious medical organizations including the American Society of Plastic Surgeons and the American Society for Aesthetic Plastic Surgery. Dr. LoVerme is a past-president of the New Jersey Society of Plastic Surgeons, and he is also the former president of the New Jersey Chapter of the American College of Surgeons and a past Governor from New Jersey to the American College of Surgeons at their national headquarters in Chicago.

To contact The LoVerme Center for Plastic Surgery, visit the center's website at lovermecenter.com, facebook.com/TheLoVermeCenterforPlasticSurgery or call 973-559-5231. The center's office is located at 825 Bloomfield Ave., Fells Plaza, Suite 205, Verona, NJ 07044.

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