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  • Breast Augmentation Surgery Today - Back in the Office Tomorrow

    What surgeon would allow a breast augmentation patient to return to normal activities the first day post-surgery? It’s the question you’re probably asking yourself right now. 

    Women considering a breast augmentation are usually looking to enhance their appearance or restore balance to their overall figure. With a long track record of satisfactory results to that end, it is no surprise that breast augmentation continues to be one of the most popular plastic surgery procedures women have done.  

  • Uplifting: Gravity-Defying Breasts with a Little Help

    Do you ever have those mornings, when you look at your reflection in the mirror, and it’s as if you have two deflated balloons hanging from your chest and you wonder if your bra can even pull them all the way up? You are not the only one. Unfortunately, the sag comes with age and as a result of weight loss, heredity, pregnancy and breastfeeding.  

  • Things Every Woman Considering Breast Augmentation Should Know But Probably Doesn't

    Most women who visit our practice for a breast augmentation consultation have definite ideas, usually involving what they don’t want. They don’t want their breasts to be disproportionate to the rest of their body. They don’t come in seeking to please anyone but themselves. And, they most emphatically don’t want a result that looks unnatural. Clearly, they’ve given the procedure quite a bit of thought, but there are aspects of breast augmentation procedures that even the most informed patients probably haven’t given much, if any thought to. 

  • Form stable breast implants: What you need to know 

    For years, women interested in breast augmentation have had only two options: saline implants or traditional silicone implants. But a third option is now available, and it’s designed to be safer and more natural-looking than its predecessors. It's called a form stable implant, but due to its consistency, it’s also often known as a “gummy bear” implant.  

  • Aesthetic surgeons save lives 

    In the past year, I've diagnosed six patients with breast cancer. That might not sound like a lot for a doctor, but I am a plastic surgeon. This isn't supposed to happen. My patients see me voluntarily and our interactions are full of happiness and optimism. It is wrenching to tell just one patient they have cancer, so this cluster has overwhelmed me. 

  • 4 ways to get fuller looking, lifted boobs

    OK ladies, I did this research on breast enhancements for those of us whose breasts started pointing south due to gravity, breastfeeding, pregnancy ... or the ones who never had them first place. I fall into all of those categories. 

    Yes, I'm a member of the IBTC. (Oh, you remember, the Itty Bitty Titty Committee?) Sure, I was inducted in the 7th grade, but sadly, I've kept my status and my card for the last 27 years. I was never able to cancel that membership, no matter how many times I grabbed my wrists and crunched my chest while repeating: 

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