Plastic Surgeons Serving Lancaster & Reading, PA Offer Info in 3D

January 29, 2011

The Proserpi-Schlechter Center for Plastic Surgery has added 3D animations and information about cosmetic plastic surgery procedures like liposuction, eyelid surgery and breast augmentation to its Web site.

Wyomissing, PA (PRWEB) January 28, 2011

The Proserpi-Schlechter Center for Plastic Surgery (http://www.pscps.com) now offers 3D animation videos on its Web site for women and men considering procedures such as liposuction, face lifts and breast augmentation. This new feature allows people considering plastic surgeons in Reading and Lancaster, PA to see step-by-step animations of surgical procedures, providing a more in-depth understanding of what to expect during surgery.

“We are thrilled to offer this new technology to women and men considering cosmetic surgery,” says board-certified plastic surgeon Dr. Benjamin Schlechter. “These videos, which can be viewed free of charge on our Web site, are an important addition because they provide visitors with the information they need about the procedure or procedures they are considering, all in an easy-to-understand format.”

The engaging visual content delivers an interactive educational experience with lifelike animation models, rotating graphics, narration, and text captions describing each step of the surgical process. The videos are between 5 to 10 minutes long and are available for the full range of plastic surgery procedures offered at Dr. Schlechter’s plastic surgery practice in Reading. A brief introduction welcomes viewers to the page and includes a personalized “Doctor’s Note” from Dr. Schlechter. People can then watch the complete slide show or select specific steps that they are most interested in.

“Our main goal is to take some of the unknowns out of surgery, which helps to make the conversation during the plastic surgery consultation that much richer, while also providing peace of mind right from the start,” Dr. Schlechter explains. “The new digital content available on our Web site accomplishes this because it is both visually compelling as well as informative. People can watch, read, and listen to the procedures that interest them, including liposuction, face lifts or breast augmentation in Lancaster, PA. This is truly an innovation in healthcare.”

It comes as no surprise that the Proserpi-Schlechter Center for Plastic Surgery is once again at the forefront of advanced technology ““ the state-of-the-art facility has earned a reputation as an equal to surgery centers in major metropolitan areas. The Center’s luxurious 10,000 square foot facility includes an in-office surgical suite as well as a medical spa for non-surgical procedures. The practice is praised for using both time-honored techniques as well as the most up-to-date equipment that ensures patient safety, comfort, and results.

“Every decision we make is made in the best interests of our patients,” Dr. Schlechter says. “From our modern office and friendly staff to the new features available on our Web site, we are devoted to providing the best experience possible.”

Dr. Benjamin Schlechter is a board-certified plastic surgeon at the Proserpi-Schlechter Center for Plastic Surgery (http://www.pscps.com) serving Reading and Lancaster, Pennsylvania. He offers a full range of plastic surgery options for the face, breast, and body, as well as many non-surgical procedures like BOTOX® and laser hair removal. Dr. Schlechter received his medical degree from the University of Health Sciences/The Chicago Medical School in Chicago, Illinois, and completed his residency in General Surgery at Case Western Reserve University and Mount Sinai Medical Center in Cleveland, Ohio. He is a member of the American Society of Plastic Surgeons, American Society for Aesthetic Plastic Surgery, and American Society for Laser Medicine and Surgery. Dr. Schlechter is board-certified by the American Board of Plastic Surgery and has more than 20 years of experience.


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