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Fort Lauderdale Plastic Surgery Practice and Dr. Robert Rothfield Reaching Out to Patients with Expansive New Website
Date:7/28/2009

Dr. Robert Rothfield at Weston Plastic Surgery is providing a new virtual doorway into his Fort Lauderdale-area cosmetic plastic surgery practice, reaching out to patients in a new way with a state-of-the-art website and useful educational tools.

(Vocus) July 28, 2009 -- A recent study by the American Society of Aesthetic Plastic Surgery indicated a 162 percent jump in surgical and non-surgical cosmetic enhancement procedures since 1997, and one prominent Weston and Fort Lauderdale cosmetic plastic surgeon is launching a brand new website to give patients the information they need regarding an array of aesthetic enhancement procedures.

Serving patients from his main office in Weston at Broward Health Weston, as well as a satellite office in Pembroke Pines, Dr. Robert Rothfield oversees Weston Plastic Surgery Inc., a practice offering procedures from minor skin rejuvenation to major cosmetic surgery such as facelift and breast augmentation. The new site is designed to provide web visitors with not only an introduction to Dr. Rothfield’s practice, but also a comprehensive and detailed guide to what procedures entail and how they can actually benefit patients. Working in collaboration with Rosemont Media®, a plastic surgery website design firm, Dr. Rothfield aims to give those interested in aesthetic enhancement a streamlined, easy-to-read, and educational view of their options to
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