I am a 40-years old woman ready for a life changing experience. I have nursed 3 children with very small breast. Also, I've gained and lost weight in multiple stages of my life (I've gained and lost up to 100 pounds). Therefore, my breasts were small, deflated, and with extra skin. I decided to ask a good friend of mine, who I admire for her ability to research and find quality products and services. She recommended me to Dr. Patronella. It has been the best decision of my life. Aside the fact that Dr. Patronella is an expert and artist in his field, it is easy to perceive his passion and joy for the work he does. He had my best interest in mind. At the consultation, he listened to my concerns and gave me suggestions. He's accompanied by a very lovely lady, Eva. Eva was very nurturing and supportive. I remember that this day they made feel like I could achieve all of my dreams.Then, the day of the pre-op, which I was filled with excitement and anticipation, Dr. Patronella listened to my concerns, answered all of my questions, and made me feel secured in achieving my dream.Finally, the day of surgery came and what an amazing group of professionals! I felt totally pampered! The anesthesiologist was very professional & knowledgeable (I didn't even feel the needle for the IV when he put it in! That was surprising to me!) The nurses were absolutely caring and patient. Guess what? at the end of surgery i was surprised with a beautiful bouquet of personality pink roses and a get well card from Dr. Patronella! They really know how to make you feel loved and special! The next day after surgery I received a visit from one of his nurses to teach me how to massage, sleep, and answer any questions that I had. Also, yesterday I went for my first post-op appointment. He verified how did the massages. Also, he recommended s band to be placed around my breast to allow them to drop. Every time I see Dr. Patronella, I know that I will be pampered and feel like a gem. It has been one of the most positive experiences that I've had in my life.