Mentor Launches New Breast Augmentation Visualizer Tool

Brooke Burke-CharvetIf you’ve ever wondered what you would look like with breast implants, now you can use a new online breast augmentation simulator to see.

The New You Visualizer tool is part of a new educational campaign launched by breast implant maker Mentor that features former Dancing With the Stars winner and host Brooke Burke-Charvet. It is available on the Love Your Look website and allows you to:

• Securely upload your own photo and make adjustments for implant size, shape and lift.
• Create personalized before and after images that show your new look with breast implants.
• Save your results to review or adjust later.
• Share your simulated breast augmentation results with friends and your surgeon.

Burke-Charvet, who is a mom of four, had her breast augmentation in her 20s. Through the campaign, she says she’s promoting the education of women to make a healthy choice. “All of the information you’ll find at Love Your Look is designed to help women in that decision-making process, encouraging them to have a great relationship with their doctor and ask a lot of questions and really educate themselves,” she says.

If you’re considering cosmetic surgery it’s important to make an informed decision, stresses Burke-Charvet. “Women are bombarded with information about breast augmentation, but don’t get the answer they really want, specifically ‘How will I look afterward?’ I love that the New You Visualizer empowers women to inform themselves,” she says.

Mentor’s goal for the campaign, according to president David Wilson, is to “enable a better conversation between a woman and her doctor so she can achieve the best results possible.”

You can share the images with your surgeon at your breast augmentation consultation, where you’ll discuss all aspects of the procedure, including implant type and size.

If you’re interested in breast augmentation in Las Vegas, contact Dr. Pancholi’s office to set up a consultation.

Source: PR Newswire, BabyCenter

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