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Mybreast `Girls Night Out`

A chance to ask questions of those who know the most about breast enhancement: The surgeons and the patients

Women from across London and the UK are being offered the chance to attend an event specially designed for those interested in finding out more about breast enhancement surgery.

The first such event, nicknamed ‘Girls Night Out,’ is being held by MyBreast.org, the UK’s only breast enhancement specialist, at The Renaissance Chancery Court Hotel in Holborn on Wednesday 23rd January at 7pm.

Similar ‘Girls Night Out’ events will follow in Birmingham (28 Jan), Liverpool (30 Jan), Leeds (4 Feb), Newcastle (5 Feb), Manchester (7 Feb), Plymouth (12 Feb) and Cheltenham & Gloucester (19 Feb).

The Mybreast ‘Girls Night Out’ evenings will be invite-only, relaxed, intimate and private events to ensure everyone feels at ease, and conversations with experts will be informal, offering a chance for everyone to have all their questions answered.  The event is designed for any woman thinking about having breast enhancement surgery, offering her a chance to ask questions to surgeons and previous patients. 

There is no hard sell and no obligation to book. The aim is for everyone to enjoy themselves whilst finding out everything they want to know about breast enhancement and mybreast.org.

Those attending will:
  • Meet Mybreast.org BAAPS Consultant Plastic Surgeons such as Mr Stephen Hamilton, Mr Patrick Mallucci and Mr Adam Topping (Local surgeons attending each event).
  • Have the chance to view and feel the premium Inspira Soft Touch implants from the world’s leading producer, Allergan and to speak to a Mybreast implant expert.
  • Learn about Mybreast.org’s unique aftercare programme including the Indulgence Day and homecare pack including a Le Mystere No.9 bra, specially designed for augmented women.
  • Meet previous patients of Mybreast.org, to discuss their experience.

Many women are interested in breast augmentation surgery (still the most popular cosmetic surgery procedure in the UK, according to recent figures from the British Association of Aesthetic Plastic Surgeons) but don’t know where to go for advice and information. The Mybreast Girls Night Out event gives them the opportunity to ask questions in a relaxed, non-pressured and non-clinical environment, allowing them to make educated decisions about any future breast surgery.

All those attending will receive a goody bag including a Mybreast tshirt, a voucher from lingerie experts Le Mystere, a special non-surgical treatment voucher for an exclusive London private clinic and much more. They will also have priority booking for a consultation with a BAAPS Consultant Plastic Surgeon if they decide to look more closely at having breast enhancement.

Mybreast.org have been working in London and across the UK since early 2007 and already have hundreds of satisfied customers. London-based Mybreast surgeon Stephen Hamilton says that interest in breast augmentation continues to grow:

”Increasing numbers of women are seeking information about breast enhancement. What is especially encouraging is that women want to make educated decisions about breast surgery, exploring all the options, checking out the qualifications of the surgeon and the quality of care. That’s what the ‘Girls Night Out’ event is all about, allowing people to have all their questions answered by those best qualified to answer – the Mybreast surgeons and previous patients.”

To secure one of the limited places at the event, email invitationsrsvp@mybreast.org or call 0870 780 2002 ext 3, and specify the number of invites you would like for yourself, friends or family.
 
SOURCE: MyBreast.org

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