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Unsightly Fat Beautifies Body
Date:11/6/2008

Holiday weight gain is inevitable. Now an Arizona cosmetic surgeon performs a unique procedure to harvest fat from undesired areas and redistributes fat to the chest and derriere to help women obtain shapely bodies.

Phoenix, AZ (PRWEB) November 6, 2008 -- Did you know the fat you hate can be used to create a body you'll love?

Dr. Edgardo Zavala, a leader in the most-innovative, minimally invasive cosmetic surgery techniques, is one of only a few doctors in the United States performing a procedure called Autologous Fat Transfer to enlarge female breasts.

In layman's terms, here's how the procedure works: Susie Martinez desires to increase her chest size from an A-cup to a C-cup. She opposes breast implants because of the unnatural look and follow-up surgeries every 10 years. Susie decides upon a lesser-known alternative called Autologous Fat Transfer, in which fat is delicately removed from her body using a gentle liposuction technique. The fat cells are then harvested, purified and only the best tissue stored in special conditions for future use.

Once a month, Susie returns to Dr. Zavala's office, where he meticulously layers the sensitive fat cells (no more than 60 cubic centimeters per visit) with tiny cannullas into Susie's pectoral muscles. After six months, she will have rounder, fuller breasts in her desired size.

Dr. Zavala says a fat transfer to enhance a woman's chest is a "tedious process that must be done correctly to keep the fat from being re-absorbed by the body, which is why most plastic surgeons prefer the quicker, more profitable method of breast implants. However, the look and feel of implants cannot compare to the long-lasting, natural appearance of the Autologous Fat Transfer."    
                
Fat transfers have been performed in European countries for decades, but they are relatively new to the U.S. One of the most popular fat transfers is to the derrière, and patients routinely come to Dr. Zavala desiring a "JLO butt."        
        
Also, for patients who suffer from diseases, such as cancer and HIV/AIDS which leave the hands and face gaunt, fat transfers can transform these emaciated areas and give a healthy appearance.

Dr. Zavala is readily available for interviews and speaks both English and Spanish.

Dr. Edgardo Zavala, M.D is a highly credentialed, deeply passionate cosmetic surgeon whose optimal goal is supreme patient care. He would be a wonderful addition to your contact list due to his diverse and decorated history.

Dr. Zavala is the former chief of Cardiology at both Maricopa Medical Center and Phoenix Memorial Hospital. After many years of intensive work in cardiology, he routinely battled HMOs that did not place patient health at the forefront. Ultimately, he found it impossible to provide the best possible medical care in the current managed care environment so he pursued and completed a fellowship in Cosmetic Surgery at Millennium Cosmetic and Laser Institute with extensive training in Liposuction, diverse Laser treatments and minimally invasive cosmetic surgery.                    

CIAO BELLA MEDICAL SPA & VEIN CLINIC is the premier destination for Skin Care and Cosmetic Surgery in Arizona and the family-run staff truly cares about every patient. We are dedicated to providing state of-the-art techniques and minimally invasive cosmetic surgery procedures at fair prices.

CIAO BELLA MEDICAL SPA & VEIN CLINIC
2310 W. Ray Road Suite 1
Chandler, AZ 85224
Phone: 480-686-8121
http://www.ciaobellamedicalspa.com

Contacts:
Kathleen Mascarenas
Mas Video Productions
480-415-0361
scoopkm @ aol.com

Ed Zavala
Ciao Bella Medical Spa
480-686-8121
ez @ ciaobellamedicalspa.com

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