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by:INGOR SPORTWEAR     2019-09-07
Plastic surgeon Gary Horndeski says he has developed \"ideal breasts\" for women \".
A former aspiring electrical engineer who studied mathematics in college and was very interested in physics said he had used engineering techniques to develop his program.
This process is described as \"reduction, Ascension and implantation of a whole \".
\"I want to build an ideal breast,\" said Dr. Horndeski . \".
\"So, what is the ideal breast ? \" Dr. Horndeski said he was able to make a cone with the patient\'s own breast tissue.
\"I can also put cones on my chest wherever I want,\" he said . \".
\"Apart from that, I also have a technology that uses straps, so I basically did an internal push --up bra.
\"By creating an incision under the folds of the breast, the technique also eliminates visible vertical scars.
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The hourly procedure is the result of a 10-year mathematical analysis of a female breast.
\"Probably not many plastic surgeons are really engineering-oriented,\" he said . \".
\"I may be three times D on the 38 th. . .
Or bigger, \"said Garna Reid, whose large breasts used to make it difficult for her to fall asleep, and her back, neck and head sustained pain five years ago before she underwent surgery.
\"It took me a long time to finish because the technology used at the time was a simplification of standard textbooks --
\"I don\'t like the result,\" she said . \".
\"The result was very unattractive, leaving a lot of scars, and they didn\'t lift the breast to a very high position --
That\'s why what Dr. Horndeski did attracted me. . .
It\'s been so long and they\'re still there. \"Read more at .
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