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Dr. Dennis Hurwitz of the Hurwitz Center for Plastic Surgery to be Featured on CUTV News Radio

PITTSBURGH, PENNSYLVANIA, UNITED STATES, January 18, 2018 / -- Aesthetics are in the eye of the beholder, but every plastic surgeon has developed an aesthetic eye: an understanding of harmony, symmetry and what is considered aesthetically pleasing.

Most aesthetic plastic surgery and training focuses on the breast, abdomen, arms or thighs. Until recently, however, almost no attention had been paid to the aesthetics of a shapely waist and how to achieve it.

“As far as I'm concerned, those days are over,” says Dr. Dennis Hurwitz.

Dr. Hurwitz is the director of the Hurwitz Center for Plastic Surgery. A senior plastic surgeon of renowned international reputation, Dr. Hurwitz has published his an innovative approach to achieving the most aesthetically pleasing narrowing of the waist in Comprehensive Body Contouring. Recognized in 2017 by Marquis Who’s Who as an Industrial Leader of Preeminent Innovators and Achievers.

“It’s an exciting era we're in now in. Body contouring surgery has become more like sculpturing. We now have the ability to safely remove fat in areas that before may have been a little bit tricky. Plastic surgeons have gotten that much closer to being true sculptors of both the feminine and male form.”

According to Dr. Hurwitz, men’s waists tend to bulge out; women’s waists tends to be full, certainly not narrow. Aesthetically, for men we like to see a straight waist or slightly indented; women waists the hourglass figure. That’s the things about aesthetics; it's got to be a smooth transition, not just a narrowing.

Dr. Hurwitz is the author of Comprehensive Body Contouring: Theory and Practice, which presents an analysis of the innovative technologies and techniques he has developed over the past 15 years of clinical experience. It is both an instructional manual and surgical atlas.

As skilled and artistic as plastic surgeons are, they are generally conservative. There are only a select few who attempt to advance the field through new techniques and technology to improve results.

“You always want to either improve the aesthetic results or reduce the problems, the complications,” says Dr. Hurwitz. “You desire to always want to try to make it an easier recovery, a more reliable recovery, and hopefully a better result.”

So what makes The Hurwitz Center so innovative?

“Ideas are the outgrowths of dissatisfaction,” says Dr. Hurwitz. “We just think we can do a better job. That’s what I find most engrossing about the field and it’s what’s afforded me the opportunity to make a contribution. I make my contribution by being innovative. I consider it an adventure. Having said that, my partners in innovation are my patients. They have to go along for the ride.”

CUTV News Radio will feature Dr. Dennis Hurwitz in an interview with Doug Llewelyn on January 22nd at 1pm EST and with Jim Masters on January 29th at 3pm EST.

Listen to the show on BlogTalkRadio. If you have a question for our guest, call (347) 996-3389.

For more information on The Hurwitz Center of Plastic Surgery, visit

Lou Ceparano
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