NEW YORK, NY--(Marketwire - February 16, 2010) - Dr. Sherrill Sellman is worried that reality TV star Heidi Montag's obsession with plastic surgery and her recent statement about wanting H-Cup breasts when she gets her next round of implants might be lulling women into a false sense of security about implant surgery.

"Hundreds or thousands of women every year are having risky elective surgery because of that cultural eccentricity, and magazine cover stories and hype about Montag's obsession with larger implants are only pouring fuel on a very dangerous fire," said Dr. Sellman. "According to the National Institute of Medicine, 25 to 40 percent of people who get implants end up needing another operation to correct something wrong with the first one, adding to that risk."

Dr. Sellman said that natural methods of breast enhancement are possible, with the focus being on either fat deposits or the lobes that regulate lactation.

"Mother Nature made breasts on women and all other female mammals to feed its infants," she said. "During pregnancy the lobes grow and get ready to produce milk, but usually it isn't until the baby is born and milk is being demanded that milk production occurs. This natural phenomenon has been dissected and it has been determined how to mimic it without having to get pregnant, without using pills, hormones, creams or surgery."

One such process Dr. Sellman is aware of is the Grow Yours system ( which focuses on exercises that stimulate the lobes to grow in the same way they grow during pregnancy, without actually lactating.

"The process works best on women who have been previously pregnant, and has been proven in private testing to produce results of bustline increases of two inches or more in as little as 30 days," she said. "Since the process does not involve fat retention, it enables women to maintain a healthy lifestyle and exercise all they want while achieving their goals to quick breast size increase in a safer, natural way."

About Dr. Sherrill Sellman

Dr. Sellman holds a Doctorate of Naturopathy and a Bachelor of Arts Degree (magna cum laud) - Sociology. Her healing, natural health care and professional credentials extend over a thirty year period that include those of Doctor of Naturopathy, author and associate health magazine editor, lecturer, corporate, and personal development trainer.

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