Dr. Teitelbaum was interviewed by the New York Times for a controversial piece about some surgeons using saline injections to temporarily enlarge the breasts for 24 hours.
Dr. Steven Teitelbaum, a plastic surgeon in Santa Monica, Calif., and an associate clinical professor of plastic surgery at the U.C.L.A. School of Medicine, called the saline solution unnecessary. “Between good bras and chicken cutlets, you can always look good in clothes,” he said.
Read the full article in the New York Times: What a Difference a Day Makes, August 21, 2014