All Breast Surgery News

  • Breast Lift: Do's and Don'ts For A Successful Recovery

    If today’s post seems a wee-bit bossy… that’s because, it is. But if you’re one of the 150,000+ patients per year who decide to combat deflated and/or sagging breasts through a surgical breast lift, you’re going to thank us for it. We’ve harped on before about the importance of the recovery period after a surgical procedure, and recovery from a breast lift is no different. 

  • Breast Reduction: How New Techniques In Liposuction Can Power Up Your Mammoplasty

    It’s hard not to admire a successful partnership, no? When two things work together seamlessly, like salt and pepper, pizza and pineapple (arguing with me on this is fruitless), and liposuction and breast reduction  

    You: Well, that’s a odd transition.  

    Me: Yes, yes it is. But new advances are making it nonetheless true.  

  • Repairing Inverted Nipples

    How do you "fix" inverted nipples? ASAPS member Dr. Luis Macias reveals how this common occurrence condition can be repaired with a quick and easy in-office procedure. This video was filmed during The Aesthetic Meeting 2018 - the largest meeting of board-certified aesthetic plastic surgeons learning about the latest advancements for facial rejuvenation, breast augmentation, breast revision, breast reduction, and liposuction, among other topics. 

  • Breast Augmentation

    Breast augmentation continues to be one of the most popular surgical procedures today and with a variety of options available, plastic surgeons can customize the procedure to meet individual patient needs selecting from implant size, shape, and type that meets their aesthetic goals.  

    In this video, ASAPS members and board-certified plastic surgeons, Drs. Steven Camp and Mahlon Kerr discuss patients’ options when it comes to breast implants and what they should know before surgery. 

  • Tubular Breast: Causes and treatment

    Tubular breasts are a developmental abnormality that occurs when normal breast growth is restricted by the surrounding tissue in the chest wall, and can result in either minor or severe cases. 

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