December 19, 2011

Dr. Hamori Profiled in 2011 Top Docs, Plastic & Cosmetic Surgeons

Dr. Christine A. Hamori, MD, FACS, has been selected to appear in the Plastic Surgery Practice's 2011 Top Docs - Plastic & Cosmetic Surgeons. Dr. Hamori is profiled in the issue with an article written by Sarah Russel titled, Doing What She Loves. The article cites Dr. Hamori's passion for educating the public about new aesthetic treatments (via conferences, media, and her plastic surgery blog), and her special expertise in the area of labiaplasty and vaginal rejuvenation as distinguishing characteristics that set her apart.

As stated in the article:
"... Hamori has become an expert on labiaplasty, which is a fast-growing trend in the world of cosmetic surgery. As medical societies and plastic surgeons in general have grown more comfortable with speaking openly about labiaplasty, Hamori has been there to clarify falsehoods and educate those who will listen.

The labiaplasty procedure, she says, "is more for aesthetic rather than functional [purposes]." The patient demographic is mostly 20 to 55, and most have not had children, which she says squashes a popular, misguided theory that the main customer is women who have had children but now want to repair any change that occurred during childbirth. Instead, Hamori says, "They are young women very concerned with looking good in a tight bathing suit and just not looking loose. The procedure takes about 45 minutes, and many times we just use topical aesthetic cream plus local anesthesia."

To read the entire profile, click on 2011 Top Docs - Plastic and Cosmetic Surgeons.

Plastic Surgery Practice (PSP) is the magazine that 12,000 plastic surgeons rely on for the latest information on the clinical innovations, practice-management trends, emerging products and technologies, and news stories that drive their field. With well-thought-out articles by leading practitioners, PSP gets to the core of the most complex issues in plastic surgery, including controversial new treatments, the use of highly technical equipment, and physician-patient interactions.